Former Republican Congresswoman Melissa Hart officially announced her campaign for Pennsylvania governor.
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- Los Angeles Times Opinion
What happened in the Oval Office on Jan. 6, 2021? And why does the Trump Organization seem to be so shady about its assets? Surely, Ivanka knows.
- The Daily Beast
Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesWe’ve been lulled into believing Donald Trump is made of Teflon. He was, after all, the guy who boasted that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose a vote.But Trump’s luck began to run out in early 2021—when he lost the White House, Air Force One, and his Twitter account inside a few weeks. His days of getting away with conduct that would sink anyone else appear to be over. He could even start losing so much that he’ll get sick of losing.Trump was met wi
MSNBC's Ari Melber shot down Trump's former trade adviser when he pretended to be clueless about the violence.
Otherwise, it could have been "absolutely a lovely day," Trump told Sean Hannity.
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
Readers share their views on higher-speed rail limits; highway traffic enforcement; rising inflation; and deconstructing DeSantis' message
The reported souring in tensions between the former president and the Florida governor gets the treatment in the anti-DeSantis spot.
The German government on Saturday distanced itself from comments made by its navy chief after video footage emerged in which the vice-admiral said Russian President Vladimir Putin deserved respect and that Kyiv would never win back annexed Crimea from Moscow. German Navy Chief Kay-Achim Schoenbach apologized for his "rash" comments, published on YouTube and widely circulated on German media, and called them a mistake. In a Twitter post, Schoenbach said his remarks at a thinktank discussion in India expressed a personal opinion and not the official position of the defence ministry.
- The Guardian
Some Trumpland observers are convinced that he is in serious legal trouble as New York’s AG investigation of Trump Organizations’s finances intensifies Donald Trump speaks at a rally on 15 January 2022 in Florence, Arizona. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images When Donald Trump announced plans in 2006 to build a golf complex on ancient sand dunes on the Aberdeenshire coast in Scotland he told reporters it was love at first sight. “As soon as I saw it there was no question about it,” he said. It w
- The Guardian
It was a terrible seven days, with major developments in investigations of his election lies and the Capitol riot reaching into his inner circle‘House of Trump is crumbling’: why the legal net is tightening The Department of Justice investigation into the deadly Capitol attack harbors the most legal peril for Donald Trump. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images The last time Donald Trump heard such hammer blows, they were from renovations at Mar-a-Lago that displeased the former president. But
479 leaked photos purporting to show Putin's secret palace, with an ice rink and pole-dancing room, published by Navalny foundation
Putin and his government have in the past strongly denied Alexei Navalny's claims that he is building an opulent palace funded by corrupt money.
- Idaho Statesman
McGeachin got really good advice from the Attorney General’s Office on June 7. She chose to ignore it. Now, she should live with the consequences. │ Opinion
Several U.S. House members from President Joe Biden's Democratic Party are threatening to block a renewed push for his Build Back Better spending bill if it does not include the expansion of a federal deduction for taxes paid to states and local entities. Expanding the deduction, known as SALT for State and Local Taxes, has been a demand of lawmakers in higher-tax states such as California, New Jersey and New York, especially in suburbs where Democrats seek to retain control in Nov. 8 elections.
- The Courier Journal
He quickly and thoroughly exposed the duplicity of his own campaign, which portrayed him as a moderate grandpa who wanted to help everyone compromise.
Republicans in 7 states submitted documents falsely certifying the election for Trump. Most State Attorneys General are investigating if it constitutes fraud.
American Oversight found that groups in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin sent in false documents to Congress.
- The News-Press
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- Associated Press
When officials in Chester, Georgia, heard that the 2020 census had pegged their small town at 525 people, their jaws dropped. Chester and two other small, rural municipalities in Georgia are the first communities in the U.S. to challenge the accuracy of their numbers from the once-a-decade head count. Successful challenges are scant, but the outcome could determine whether Chester, the city of Glennville and White County get their fair share when it comes to the distribution of $1.5 trillion in annual federal funding.
Texas AG Ken Paxton could face a lawsuit after missing a prosecutor's deadline to hand over documents tied to his appearance at Trump's rally before the Capitol riot
Last week, the Travis County District Attorney's Office gave Paxton four days to hand over records tied to his January 6 rally appearance.
After pushing back the Jan 3 date for a return to the office, the Social Security Administration has now come to an agreement with their labor unions on a cohesive reentry plan. See: How Much the...
- The Gainesville Sun
Conservatives seem inclined to slam the door on visitors, especially those with different political views.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed last year is President Joe Biden’s biggest bipartisan achievement. The $1 trillion deal […] The post Joy Reid challenges Buttigieg on Biden’s ‘white guy employment’ infrastructure bill appeared first on TheGrio.