It’s a controversy that erupted out of nowhere to dominate the headlines. On Monday, CBS News revealed that documents marked as classified had been discovered in an office used by President Biden after he left office as vice president. There are a number of unanswered questions. Here are five of the biggest.
Greene's amendment failed by one of the most lopsided votes you'll ever see as Democrats and Republicans alike rejected it en masse.
The Ohio Republican received a series of blunt reminders.
- ABC News
With a disclosure filing deadline approaching as questions swirl around his use of campaign funds, embattled Rep. George Santos' campaign appears to be left without a treasurer. On Wednesday, several fundraising committees associated with the freshman congressman from New York filed amendments to their statements of organizations, notifying the Federal Election Commission of a new treasurer. "On Monday, we informed the Santos campaign that Mr. Datwyler would not be serving as treasurer," Datwyler's attorney Derek Ross told ABC News.
- Business Insider
Prosecutor appointed by Trump Justice Department used claims from Russian intelligence to obtain emails from a George Soros aide: NYT
John Durham, appointed by Bill Barr, relied on claims from Russian intelligence analysts to obtain a US citizen's emails, The New York Times reported.
Donald Trump argues in wild court filing that New York can't sue the Trump Organization because it doesn't legally exist
'Trump Organization' is branding shorthand, so it can't be sued, the defendants said repeatedly in the lengthy court filing.
- Chicago Tribune
Crime takes center stage at forum as Mayor Lori Lightfoot interrupts opponents and moderator to defend record
An often-combative Mayor Lori Lightfoot once again took the offensive against her leading challengers, repeatedly interrupting rival candidates and even the moderator during a forum Thursday as she defended her mayoral record. As it has during much of the mayoral election, crime became a main focus of the discussion as Lightfoot attempted to portray herself as the one person actually ...
Trump faces a trio of tests over the next 48 hours that will signal whether he is the candidate to beat in 2024 or a deflated bully.
- The Daily Beast
Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyRussia is building up a network of fortifications and trenches along the front in Ukraine, in apparent anticipation of a new round of heavy fighting, according to satellite imagery analysis shared exclusively with The Daily Beast.The analysis from Brady Africk, an open-source intelligence analyst, shows that Russia is building up fortifications all along the front in Luhansk, from the Russian border down to Donetsk, and throughout Zaporizhzhia and Kherson.The
Charles C.W. Cooke tore into the former president in a scathing new column.
- Yahoo News
If the latest polls are to be believed, no Senate incumbent is in as much danger of losing their seat in 2024 as Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema.
- Fox News
Rep. Matt Gaetz introduces 'PENCIL' resolution barring Adam Schiff from accessing classified information
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz introduced a resolution on Thursday that would bar California Rep. Adam Schiff from accessing classified information.
Trump suggests providing tanks to Ukraine will lead to 'nukes' and says ending the war with Russia would be 'easy'
Trump, who referred to Putin as a "genius" the week Russia invaded Ukraine, was once impeached over his dealings with Kyiv.
- Associated Press
A woman who was a public official in a Michigan community admitted Wednesday that she broke a seal on a ballot box to ensure that votes could not be recounted in her 2020 race, prosecutors said. Kathy Funk, 59, pleaded no contest to misconduct in office, a felony, under an agreement that includes no time in jail. Funk, a Democrat, was the Flint Township clerk in 2020 with responsibility over elections.
Bola Tinubu, 70, will lead Nigeria's ruling APC into presidential elections next February.
- LA Times
State Bar charges John Eastman, lawyer who advised Trump on overturning the election, with ethics violations
State Bar of California files disciplinary charges against Orange County attorney John Eastman, accusing him of multiple ethics violations stemming from his actions while advising then-President Trump on how to overturn the 2020 election.
- The New York Times
WASHINGTON — It became a regular litany of grievances from President Donald Trump and his supporters: The investigation into his 2016 campaign’s ties to Russia was a witch hunt, they maintained, that had been opened without any solid basis, went on too long and found no proof of collusion. Egged on by Trump, Attorney General William Barr set out in 2019 to dig into their shared theory that the Russia investigation likely stemmed from a conspiracy by intelligence or law enforcement agencies. To l
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov unveiled Ukraine’s new, domestically-produced Bohdana 155mm self-propelled howitzer, which has already been tested in battle.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
A fire broke out on the Tusla ship, which is a Turkey-owned vessel, during an attack that Russian forces carried out on Kherson city on the evening of Tuesday, 24 January 2023. Source: Turkish media outlets, including NTV and TGRT, as reported by European Pravda; Reuters news outlet citing the maritime security company Ambrey Details: As a result of the attack on Kherson, a fire broke out in a command room of the vessel.
- The Week
John Durham's secret criminal investigation reportedly involved Trump, not Clinton or the FBI
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Let's try to consider the potential disintegration of Russia from a historical perspective