Former President Trump's attorneys have been asked to detail any documents the Justice Department may have falsely claimed to have retrieved from Mar-A-Lago. This comes after Trump's repeated claims that the FBI "planted" evidence in a court of law. Washington Post reporter Perry Stein joins the conversation to break down Judge Dearie’s request and what's ahead in this special master review.
The Georgia Republican accused the transportation secretary of trying to “emasculate the way we drive” by supporting electric cars.
The former president's legal team “made the mistake of using a word that they have not used before," said "The Last Word” anchor.
- The Daily Beast
AFP via GettyWhile Ukraine’s military has been successfully chasing Russian troops out of one territory after another, Vladimir Putin’s foot soldiers have apparently been turning their weapons on each other as the Russian leader’s “special military operation” continues to come apart at the seams in spectacular fashion.The Kremlin’s flailing bid to get an edge on the battlefield by deploying mercenaries from the Wagner Group—which now includes hundreds of prison inmates—has reportedly backfired a
- Rolling Stone
The former president is hoping the court he stocked with conservatives can help prevent the DOJ from reviewing confidential material seized by the FBI
The MSNBC anchor had her own withering response to the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper's criticism of the former president.
- The Root
To the surprise of nobody, former President Donald Trump does not want the Department of Justice to be able to look into the full scope of classified documents seized during an FBI search at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Trump has filed an emergency request with the Supreme Court to get an independent arbiter for possibly more than 100 documents marked as classified, according to CNN.
- The Daily Beast
ShowtimeThe Lincoln Project, the super PAC created in late 2019 to help defeat Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, is one of the largest trolling operations in modern human history, designed to alter the country’s political future by getting inside—and thoroughly screwing with—the commander-in-chief’s head.Formed and led by disenfranchised big-time Republican consultants and strategists, it produced viral ads that took the fight directly to Trump. Thanks to its blistering attacks, it
Tesla CEO has proposed a controversial peace plan but explained that it aims to avoid an apocalyptic situation.
- Miami Herald
DeSantis’ white go-go boots aren’t the problem. It’s his relentless politicking amid Ian’s rubble | Opinion
No, I don’t care if Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis shows up to a disaster wearing white boots evocative of the go-go dancer footwear I adored in junior high school, now sold online as a Halloween costume.
Democrats have spent millions calling Walker a domestic abuser.
- USA TODAY
Trump's request to the nation's highest court is narrow but once again thrusts him and the justices into political controversy.
- LA Times
As Russia's military performance weakens, a notorious mercenary group, long part of the Ukraine fight, steps into spotlight
- Ukrayinska Pravda
VALENTYNA ROMANENKO - TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER 2022, 11:46 The Chief Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine says that more than 2,000 Russian soldiers have contacted them over the past few weeks asking for an opportunity to surrender.
- The Hill
Former President Trump on Tuesday backed Georgia Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker’s denial of a Daily Beast report suggesting he paid for a woman’s abortion in 2009 after they conceived a child. “Hershel Walker is being slandered and maligned by the Fake News Media and obviously, the Democrats,” Trump said in a statement. “Interestingly, I’ve…
- USA TODAY
Sen. Rick Scott avoided calling out Trump directly, instead responding vaguely: "it's never OK to be a racist."
- The Hill
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A Nobel Peace Prize for Pratik Sinha and Mohammed Zubair would be well-deserved. But denting India’s fake news problem is another matter.
Trump personally packed a stash of documents returned from Mar-a-Lago, report says. He kept hundreds more until the FBI seized them.
Trump had personal oversight of the 15 boxes returned to NARA in January, The Washington Post reported. Many sensitive documents were retained.
Germany's BKA federal police assumes explosions in the Nord Stream pipelines last week were "a targeted act of sabotage" and said it is probable that state actors were involved, the Spiegel weekly reported, citing a letter to industry representatives. The BKA said in the letter that it did not yet have any findings about who was behind the sabotage but "against the background of the high complexity of the execution of the act and corresponding preparation, the action of state actors seems probable", Spiegel reported.
Russian defence ministry maps presented on Tuesday appeared to show rapid withdrawals of Russian invasion forces from areas in eastern and southern Ukraine where they have been under severe pressure from a Ukrainian counteroffensive. The ministry's daily video briefing made no mention of any pullbacks, but on maps used to show the location of purported Russian strikes, the shaded area designating Russian military control was much smaller than the day before. In northeast Ukraine, where Russia suffered a rout last month, its forces along a frontline running some 70 km southward from Kupiansk along the River Oskil appeared to have retreated some 20 km to the east, as far as the border of Luhansk province.