The Democratic Party candidate will host a rally in Erie. His Republican Party opponent has not reached back to CBS3 for comment yet.
Panel discusses the mass majority of Hispanic voters deserting the Democratic Party and favoring the Republican Party.
- The Wall Street Journal
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres condemned the attacks as Russia prepares to stage referendums in occupied territories in a possible prelude to their annexation.
UPDATE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7: President Joe Biden tested negative for Covid on Sunday and will return to “public engagement and presidential travel,” his physician wrote in a memo. Dr. Kevin O’Connor wrote that Biden tested negative for the second consecutive day. “I’m feeling good,” Biden told reporters as he left the White House for Rehoboth […]
- CBS News Videos
In a rare Saturday session, U.S. senators met to debate the Inflation Reduction Act. Democrats tout the act as the largest single investment in climate in U.S. history. Natalie Brand has the latest.
- Austin American-Statesman
Austin American-Statesman Commentary Roundup: August 7, 2022
- The Independent
‘The sting that they did involving Gretchen Whitmer was fake, just like those who instigated January 6’
- WYFF - Greenville Videos
One person dead after house fire in Upstate, coroner says
- CBS News
The following is a transcript of an interview with Mary Daly, the president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, that aired Sunday, Aug. 7, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
- The Hill
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) clinched a victory on Wednesday when the Senate — including 48 of the chamber’s 50 Republicans — voted overwhelmingly to admit Finland and Sweden to NATO. The resolution, which cleared the chamber in a bipartisan 95-1 vote, was a top priority for the Republican leader, who wanted to send a signal…
- Rolling Stone
The latest example of the former president seeing himself as a dictator comes in a shocking excerpt from The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021
GOP strips insulin out-of-pocket cap from bill: ‘Republicans have just gone on the record in favor of expensive insulin’
The bill retains a $35 per month for out-of-pocket insulin co-pays under Medicare even through the GOP successfully removed the cap for private insurance.
Photos purport to show notes Trump tried to destroy by flushing down the toilet. He has aggressively denied ever doing it.
Trump said it is "categorically untrue" that he tried to flush documents as president. NYT reporter Maggie Haberman procedued photos to the contrary.
The 2020 election conspiracy theorist added that those criminally charged "for things they shouldn't have done" during the Capitol attack are being unfairly treated.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Florida specialty license plate that features "Don't Tread on Me" message warning of government tyranny. DeSantis says a message for out-of-state cars
- USA TODAY Opinion
The Inflation Reduction Act win shows President Joe Biden and Democrats delivering on two important promises.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Governor Greg Abbott and his GOP cronies have raised your property taxes through the roof and run the state into the ground. | Opinion
- The Hill
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) received a warning early Sunday morning to follow the Senate’s decorum rules after he accused Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) of being “deceitful” and “dishonest” and vowed “we’re going to call you out.” “This gives phony and cynical a bad name,” Graham exclaimed when Hassan introduced her amendment. Graham’s outburst at Hassan…
Donald Trump said White House doctor 'loved looking at my body' as he boasts about his health in CPAC speech
Former President Donald Trump used a speech at the CPAC in Dallas to make the case that he is a healthy and energetic 76-year-old.
- Business Insider
Liz Cheney says she favors serving with Democratic women with national security backgrounds over GOP lawmakers like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert
Cheney said she may have ideological disagreements with national security-minded Democrats, but "they love this country" and "do their homework."
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyGeorgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp says he has a problem with boycotts, particularly ones related to Georgia’s new voting restrictions law. But apparently that repulsion to boycotts only applies to Democrats and issues he favors, because Kemp has personally proposed boycotts of his own.Kemp and his campaign have recently reupped false attacks on Democratic rival Stacey Abrams, accusing her, erroneously, of promoting a 2021 Major League