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Trump campaign files lawsuit to suspend counting votes in Pennsylvania
The Trump campaign filed a lawsuit on Wednesday in order to suspend vote counting in Pennsylvania, the statement by deputy campaign manager Justin Clark made public on Wednesday said.
The lawsuit was …
START renewal to be more difficult if Biden elected
It will be more difficult to negotiate extension of the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) if Joe Biden is elected as the US President, Professor Roderick Kiewiet from the California Institute of …
Polls are wrong again, Trump’s going to win
Last week this observer wrote that presidential elections come down to circumstances, ideas, and candidates. If a party has any two of these it is in great shape. If a party has three, it’s …
US election spending to hit record $14 bln
The spending on the current US election race will reach $14 bln, double the corresponding figure in the previous election cycle in 2016, according to a report released on Wednesday by non-profit …
White House’s remarks about readiness to deploy ballistic missiles incite instability
US National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien’s remarks that Washington is poised to deploy intermediate-and shorter-range missiles in Europe are not constructive as these steps might trigger a …
Biden says Russia key threat to US
US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden believes that Russia poses the biggest threat to the United States on the international arena, he said in an interview with CBS published Sunday.
US elections: with two weeks to go who’s winning
2016 was a bad year for political pollsters and predictors. At his website, FiveThirtyEight, data guru Nate Silver gave Hillary Clinton a 65% Chance of defeating Donald Trump. Silver’s prediction …
Russia to explain its stance to the West but will not put up with obnoxiousness
Russia will not tolerate the West’s obnoxious behavior and is disappointed with Germany’s reaction to the present complications in relations, but will continue to clarify its stance, …
Any US president who considers building dialogue will suit Russia
It’s not right to say that Moscow would prefer Donald Trump to be reelected US president, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Channel One’s Great Game show. He pointed out that any US …
Why does West attack Russia?
The US Justice Department has charged six Russian citizens with hacktivities across continents. The prosecution believes the hackers are employees of the Main Directorate of the General Staff of the …