Unbiased headline news in 60-seconds for Thur Nov 16, 2023 – FBI Chief Christopher Wray informed Congress of several ongoing probes into individuals linked with Hamas following the group’s recent attacks in Israel. No concrete evidence of an imminent threat has been identified.

Wray highlighted immediate concerns over self-radicalized extremists and domestic terrorists targeting Jewish Americans and other religious communities. He appeared before the House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday, joined by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Christine Abizaid, the National Counterterrorism Center Director.

Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian firmly rejected any involvement of Iran in a Red Sea drone strike aimed at a U.S. missile destroyer.

Launched from Yemen, the drone was intercepted early Wednesday by the USS Thomas Hudner as it neared the ship, as reported by the Pentagon.

In his extensive dialogue with Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Joe Biden expressed concern over human rights violations in Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong, the White House revealed.

Describing the nearly four-hour-long meeting as exceptionally productive, Biden highlighted the re-establishment of military communication channels. Additionally, he addressed the issue of Americans detained in China, reiterated the U.S. stance on Taiwan, and discussed joint efforts to limit fentanyl trafficking.

In San Francisco, fervent protests emerged, both in support of and against Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit.

These demonstrations occurred near the Moscone Center, the venue for the APEC 2023 Summit, and close to the Filoli Historic House in Woodside, where a crucial meeting between Xi and President Jose Biden was held.