Jessica Anderson

Jessica Anderson

Jessica Anderson, an esteemed Editor at ORDO News, is meticulously dedicated to the dissemination of insightful narratives and well-informed perspectives. With an unwavering commitment to journalistic integrity, Anderson navigates the intricate web of global affairs, simplifying complexities into coherent and enlightening prose. Her profound dedication to uncovering truth reverberates through each article, as she strives to shed light on the nuances shaping our world. From the corridors of power to the intricacies of societal dynamics, Anderson's editorial expertise illuminates the essence of human experience. Embark on a journey of intellectual exploration and discourse with her, where the written word serves as a beacon of enlightenment.
353 Articles

Turkey’s Erdogan: Israel’s Netanyahu solely responsible for recent Middle East tensions

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli leadership are solely responsible for the recent

Texas set to be fined $100,000 per day after failing to investigate allegations of abuse in foster care system

A federal judge is fining Texas $100,000 per day for routinely neglecting to adequately investigate

Scholz has one trump card in talks with China, but he’ll never use it

The German chancellor has a weak hand to play against Beijing, and he won’t dare

Israel calls for Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to be designated as terrorist organization

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell says there are legal hurdles preventing such a move

IMF sees slow, steady 2024 global growth; China, inflation pose risks

The global economy is set for another year of slow but steady growth, the International

Biden admin launches partnership with 50 countries to stifle future pandemics

President Joe Biden's administration will help 50 countries identify and respond to infectious diseases, with

Macron’s stance on Russia gives officials ‘unease’ – Bloomberg

The French president has been “oscillating” between war warnings and calls for peace, the news

NASA’s plan to bring Mars samples to Earth undergoes revision due to budget cuts

NASA’s plan to bring samples from Mars back to Earth is on hold until there’s

Exclusive: Ukraine man’s torture case against Russians seeks justice in Argentina

A Ukrainian man who alleges he was tortured by Russian occupying forces has filed a

Mexico presidential frontrunner pledges $13.6 billion for energy investments

The favorite to win Mexico's presidential election in June, Claudia Sheinbaum, on Monday outlined a

FBI Opens Criminal Investigation Into US Bridge Collapse: Report

The FBI has launched a criminal probe targeting the container ship that crashed into a

CENTCOM review finds no evidence Abbey Gate suicide bomber was seen by Marine snipers beforehand

Following a new supplemental review of the Abbey Gate suicide bombing that left 13 American

Mothers share stories of their lives, plus tips and inspiration, in ‘Love, Mom’ by Dr. Nicole Saphier

Long active in the health and health policy fields and passionate about those disciplines, Dr.

Israel weighing response to Iranian attack – IDF

Countermeasures could involve a “strike or no strike,” a military spokesperson had said, according to

Republicans trust Trump over the Pentagon – poll

The party’s voters see the former US president as a more reliable source of information