Wisconsin's Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is seeking his third term in office as he faces Democratic challenger Mandela Barnes. Democrats think they can flip the seat because President Biden won the state in 2020. Adriana Diaz has the latest on the race.
Michael Steele warned about what will come next from the far-right Georgia Republican.
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Hakeem Jeffries, House Dems' new leader, said Tara Reade's Biden accusation should be 'investigated seriously'
Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries said in 2020 that Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation against then-Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should be investigated.
Obama slams Herschel Walker for musing if it's better to be a vampire or a werewolf: 'He can be anything he wants to be except for a United States senator'
"This is a debate that I must confess I once had myself when I was seven," Obama deadpanned of Walker's previous bizarre aside during a rally.
The Kremlin says the West's refusal to recognise its seizure of Ukrainian land makes talks harder.
- Business Insider
"The US has given a lot of weapons, a lot of financial aid, a lot of humanitarian aid to Ukraine and Europe isn't strong enough yet," Marin said.
DA in Trump Org closings accuses Donald Trump of 'sanctioning tax fraud' — and implies 1 witness was paid off
A Trump Org. prosecutor said his own star-witness was encouraged to "shade the truth" by his big Trump salary and potential for a $500,000 bonus.
Trump pardoned two arsonist ranchers a week after a $10,000 donation was made to the America First Action PAC, which funded his 2020 reelection bid.
The French President warned during a White House visit that the measures could “fragment the West." Biden said he would consider "tweaks."
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Russia is ready to leave the territory of the occupied Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in exchange for uninterrupted transit of oil and gas through Ukraine. Source: Latvia-based Russian media outlet Meduza, citing two sources close to the Kremlin that spoke on condition of anonymity Details: A source close to the Kremlin and an interlocutor close to the Russian government, claims that the Russian Federation is ready to quit Zaporizhzhia NPP, but does not plan to completely leave Zaporizhzhia Ob
“I was there as a spectator. I was just along for the ride,” said Jamar Montgomery, who told HuffPost he met Ye just a few days before joining him, Nick Fuentes and Donald Trump for dinner.
The House Committee Finally Has Donald Trump's Tax Returns After Massive Legal Battle — But There's a Pressing Catch
After a long court battle, the U.S. House of Representatives’ Ways and Means Committee has finally obtained Donald Trump’s tax returns. While that may seem like a green light for the investigation to continue, the timing couldn’t be worse for the Democrats. The committee now has access to six years of the former president’s tax […]
- The Hill
The family of Paul Whelan said the unjustly detained American has been transferred to a Russian prison hospital, confirming the former U.S. Marine is alive but saying they have little information about his health. David Whelan, Paul Whelan’s brother, reportedly released a statement saying the family was able to hold a phone call with Whelan…
- The Hill
A federal appeals court on Wednesday declined to shelve a lower court’s ruling blocking President Biden’s student debt relief plan as the administration’s full appeal proceeds. The decision from the New Orleans-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit marks the second appeals court to issue a setback to the policy, effectively halting the…
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Grassroots secession efforts have gained traction amid deepening cultural rifts in the country, some calling for leaving the union outright, others looking to form brand new states.
Democratic rival Adam Frisch has already conceded defeat, saying that he believes a new count will not change the election's outcome.
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The Trump Org. hopes to beat a corporate tax-fraud rap by invoking a three-word legal loophole and convincing jurors the Trump family knew nothing.
Edward Snowden, the United States’ most notorious surveillance whistleblower, now holds a Russian passport. In exchange for the document, Snowden, considered both a patriot and a traitor in the U.S. depending on who you ask, has reportedly sworn an oath of allegiance to the Russian state.
- Business Insider
Russians are angry Putin is spending billions on an unpopular war as they freeze back home, report says
Russians are complaining about poverty and poor infrastructure amid Putin's ongoing war in Ukraine, The Daily Beast reported.
- Associated Press
America’s newest nuclear stealth bomber made its debut Friday after years of secret development and as part of the Pentagon’s answer to rising concerns over a future conflict with China. The B-21 Raider is the first new American bomber aircraft in more than 30 years. As evening fell over the Air Force’s Plant 42 in Palmdale, the public got its first glimpse of the Raider in a tightly controlled ceremony.