Florida and major social-media companies could be poised for a showdown at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Trump Sued For A Quarter Billion Dollars — How The Former President's Foresight In Real Estate Could Soften The Blow And Teach Us All A Lesson
222 + 45 = $250,000,000. That’s right. A 222-page civil suit outlining the alleged gross negligence, fraud and scams conducted by the 45th President of the United States could result in a loss of $250 million. Donald Trump, whose Digital World Acquisition Corp. project has failed spectacularly, is facing serious charges. On Sept. 21, 2022, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced that the State of New York was filing a lawsuit against Trump for “violating the law, as part of his efforts
(Reuters) -The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told Boeing it has not completed key work needed in order to certify the 737 MAX 7 by December, according to a letter from the FAA seen by Reuters. Lirio Liu, the FAA's executive director of aviation safety, told Boeing in the Sept. 19 letter that the agency had concerns about the planemaker's submissions and sought discussion "about realistic timeframes for receiving the remaining documents." The FAA told Boeing to turn in all remaining System Safety Assessments (SSAs) by mid-September "if the company intends to meet its project plan of completing certification work (and receiving FAA approval for this airplane) by December."
- The Recount
Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), whose phone was recently seized by the FBI, says DOJ should not get more funding.
Representative Scott Perry, a Republican from Pennsylvania, says the Department of Justice should not get more funding. You know what not one person has said to me, agree or disagree, not one person has said to me, you know what we need Perry, we need more money for the Department of Justice.
- The Daily Beast
Fox NewsJesse Watters attempted to make a wry dig at President Joe Biden on Thursday over his response to Hurricane Ian but came up empty after receiving pushback not from a Democratic-leaning guest but former George W. Bush deputy chief of staff Karl Rove.The Fox News host tried to give the impression that Biden has been dragging his feet about providing aid to storm-ravaged Florida, despite Gov. Ron DeSantis saying he is “thankful” for the help from the administration, which he has often criti
- Fox News
White House fields multiple questions on why President Biden appeared to look for deceased congresswoman
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters President Biden asking about a deceased congresswoman was because she was "top of mind" for him Wednesday.
The destruction was likened to a large tornado having barreled through, with homes and buildings "completely gone.”
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.
- The Recount
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) says President Biden granted a major disaster declaration for nine Florida counties.
While speaking at a press conference, Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican from Florida, confirmed that President Biden granted major disaster declaration for nine Florida counties. This declaration by President Biden allows the individuals from the nine counties to seek individual assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, also known as FEMA.
House Democrats have officially drafted a bill that bans politicians, judges, their spouses and children from trading stocks — but here's what they're still allowed to own and do
Is this enough to stop conflicts of interest? To a certain extent.
- Business Insider
Sen. Dianne Feinstein chides staffers as they race to prep her for stopgap government funding vote: 'I don't even know what that is'
Dianne Feinstein ripped into staff trying to debrief her ahead of a routine Senate vote, telling them she had no clue what they were talking about.
GOP oversight chief says a full-blown investigation into Hunter Biden is unavoidable if Republicans retake the House this fall: 'We believe he's compromised Joe Biden'
Examining Hunter Biden's entire existence isn't something Rep. James Comer said the GOP relishes, but it's also something they just can't drop.
- 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.
- The Hill
Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D-W.Va.) push to speed up the pace of energy infrastructure approvals faces an uncertain future after the proposal couldn’t garner enough support when attached to a must-pass government-funding bill. Democrats on Tuesday pulled the package out of the stopgap measure amid opposition from both conservatives and progressives. They’re expected to try to…
- National Review
Supreme Court justices have taken to publicly bickering over whether recent conservative majority decisions have undermined the credibility and reputation of the institution.
- The Hill
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) support for the Electoral Count Act is renewing the schism between him and former President Trump, setting up a vote likely to divide the GOP caucus. Supporters are hopeful that McConnell’s backing will lead to a majority of the Senate GOP conference backing the legislation, drafted in response to…
- Associated Press
Senior executives of JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines argued in court Wednesday over JetBlue's controversial partnership with American Airlines that the Biden administration is seeking the thwart. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes told a federal court in Boston the partnership will help his airline grow, accommodate customers whose flights gets canceled, and attract more corporate travelers.
- 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.
- Fox News
WH plays damage control yet again after Biden search for deceased Rep. Walorski adds to list of walk-backs
A White House spokesperson told Fox News Digital why President Biden's remarks have repeatedly been corrected or walked back throughout his tenure.
- The Clarion Ledger
Years ago, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves claimed to have helped block money to fund water system repairs in the capital city.