The Arizona Supreme Court has issued an opinion on a lawsuit concerning whether the state Senate has the authority to withhold 2020 election audit records from the public.
The U.S. Supreme Court last March rebuffed an emergency request by North Carolina Republicans to allow the use in November's congressional elections of an electoral map they drew that a lower court invalidated for unlawfully disadvantaging Democrats. It was a short-term setback for the North Carolina Republicans, but they soon will get a chance to claim a bigger legal victory. Conservative Justice Brett Kavanaugh suggested at the time that the justices take up the underlying legal dispute, one that could provide state legislators around the country the ability to enact election policies with less judicial oversight - a Republican goal.
Trump's legal team says that vendors don't want to work with them for special-master review because 'seasoned IT professionals' can't handle the government's 11,000 files and strict deadlines
Trump's team said vendors don't have a problem with them, but "seasoned IT professionals" can't get through the documents on the DOJ's timeline.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Some good news from the front should be expected in the near future, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated in his evening address on Sept. 27.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
In case of the use of nuclear weapons by Russia against Ukraine, NATO shouldn’t retaliate with the same type of weapons, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Zbigniew Rau, said in an interview with U.S. news channel NBC on Sept. 28.
An off-duty Massachusetts National Guard member aggressively confronted a tour bus full of senior citizens thinking they were migrants
In a livestream of the pursuit, the off-duty officer slammed US immigration policy and referenced DeSantis' sending migrants to Martha's Vineyard.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
IRYNA BALACHUK - WEDNESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER 2022, 19:54 The Kremlin has decided not to rush the official "accession" of the occupied territories of Ukraine to Russia, and to postpone the closing of Russia's borders.
- The Hill
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who fled the U.S. in 2013 after leaking classified information about U.S. government surveillance programs, responded on Monday to his newly granted Russian citizenship, which he received as the result of a decree from Russian President Vladimir Putin. Snowden, charged with espionage in the U.S., has been living in…
Donald Trump is raising money off a "ransacking" in Florida — but it has nothing to do with Hurricane Ian
Trump is asking his supporters for at least $25 after the FBI raid on his Palm Beach, Florida, estate, while Floridians are bearing the brunt of Hurricane Ian.
Donald Trump's daughter-in-law is facing backlash after posting a video of her son during the storm, which she called a "character building" exercise.
The DOJ is having such a hard time finding document-digitization vendors willing to work with Trump that it requested more time for the special-master review
The Justice Department asked for one more day to choose someone to digitize the 11,000 files for the special master in its Mar-a-Lago investigation.
- Business Insider
Ex-CIA officer says Putin is 'completely cornered' and the chances of his using tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine are increasing 'by the day'
"I think the chances of his deescalating are close to zero," Robert Baer, a former CIA case officer, told CNN on Tuesday.
- The Clarion Ledger
Years ago, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves claimed to have helped block money to fund water system repairs in the capital city.
- Fox News
Republican members of Florida's congressional delegation have yet to hear from President Biden about what assistance is needed as Hurricane Ian barrels towards the state.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
The first Russian reinforcements, called up as part of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin’s “partial mobilization”, have already been deployed to Ukrainian battlefields, presidential advisor Oleksiy Arestovych told former Russian lawyer Mark Feygin on his YouTube show on Sept. 27.
- Associated Press
An Arkansas state senator won't have access to Senate offices and can't participate in legislative meetings after the Senate on Tuesday ruled he made a frivolous ethics complaint against a fellow lawmaker in retaliation for sanctions he received earlier this year. The Senate earlier this month rejected a complaint Clark had filed against Democratic Sen. Stephanie Flowers accusing her of improperly receiving per diem payments for legislative meetings she attended via Zoom. The ethics panel ruled that Clark had filed the complaint as retaliation after the Senate stripped him and another lawmaker of their leadership posts after Clark sought reimbursement for a meeting he didn't attend.
- USA TODAY Opinion
The Pacific Legal Foundation filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday with the intent of putting a stop to the loan cancellation plan.
German lawmakers break Europe's silence on suspected Nord Stream pipeline saboteur to point the finger at Russia
The Kremlin said claims of Russian involvement in the Nord Stream incident were "predictably stupid and absurd."
The then-president's daughter and son-in-law were reportedly unaware of the very public way they were about to be canned from their White House roles.
The "Late Show" host dives into the revelations of a new book about the ex-president.
Former president claws his way back onto an important list, just don't tell the New York Attorney General.