It is unclear if there will be legal repercussions from her failure to appear.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Russian offensive in Donetsk Oblast to go down in history as example of killing own soldiers Zelenskyy
ALONA MAZURENKO - MONDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2022, 23:50 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine has said that the actions of the Russian army in Donetsk Oblast are prime examples of the most cynical murders of their own soldiers, and that the mobilisation in the Russian Federation was mainly a way to gain new cannon fodder.
- The Advocate
Buttigieg did not come to play.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyFormer President Donald Trump has learned time and again that the best way to kill legal action is to first delay it. And while Trump’s “special master” gambit initially showed promise in that regard, the tactic may have actually backfired and put him on a fast-track collision course with the federal government he once led.Two separate court decisions last week have empowered the FBI to move swiftly in its investigation against Trump for
The Florida Republican pretty much summed up what the GOP has become, said critics.
"The mobilization announced on Sept. 21 was a milestone that really divided Russian history into ‘before’ and ‘after,'" says economist Vladislav Inozemtsev.
- Business Insider
German officials reportedly believe the crucial Nord Stream natural-gas pipelines connecting Russia to Europe were sabotaged near a Danish island
Germany's economy ministry declined to comment on "speculation." The pipelines' operator said they'd suffered "unprecedented" damage in a single day.
- Business Insider
Ex-CIA officer says Putin is 'completely cornered' and the chances of him using tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine are increasing 'by the day'
"I think the chances of his deescalating are close to zero," Robert Baer, a former CIA case officer, told CNN on Tuesday.
(Bloomberg) -- Swedish scientists detected two powerful underwater explosions near enormous leaks coming from the Nord Stream pipeline system that usually transports Russian gas to the region and Germany suspects sabotage is behind the damage. Most Read from BloombergGermany Suspects Sabotage Hit Russia’s Nord Stream PipelinesEverything-Selloff on Wall Street Deepens on 98% Recession OddsStocks, Commodities Drop; US Treasury Yields Surge: Markets WrapJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: Thi
- Business Insider
Rep. Nancy Mace, who voted against impeaching Trump, says there's 'a lot of pressure' on Republicans to impeach Biden: 'I think that is something that some folks are considering'
Speaking on NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday, Rep. Nancy Mace said she will not vote to impeach any president if she thinks there wasn't due process.
- NY Daily News
Brooklyn man identified as Capitol rioter who reportedly received phone call from White House on Jan. 6
NEW YORK — A Brooklyn man who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 has been identified as the recipient of a mysterious nine-second phone call from the White House placed during the riot. Anton Lunyk, 26, of Midwood, Brooklyn, admitted joining the attack with two buddies and is the owner of the phone to which someone at the White House briefly called during the riot, CNN reported Monday. The mystery ...
Trump's claim he could declassify files with his mind doesn't "demonstrate much intelligence of any kind," the lawmaker said.
- NBC News
The Justice Department filed a revised inventory of items seized from Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, in addition to a declaration supporting the list's accuracy.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyFormer NFL quarterback Brett Favre is the biggest star in the Mississippi welfare scheme in which he and other state officials, including the state’s former Department of Human Services Director John Davis and former Republican Gov. Phil Bryant, are under investigation for funneling $77 million worth of welfare funds to their own personal projects—none of which had anything to do with where the funds needed to go. But now a former WWE wr
January 6 committee members say they believe Trump was responsible for the riot and the panel might unanimously refer him for prosecution
Reps. Adam Schiff and Liz Cheney, two of the House members investigating the events of January 6, 2021, said Trump was involved in the Capitol riot.
LONDON (Reuters) -First partial voting results from four Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine showed majorities of more than 96% in favour of becoming part of Russia after so-called referendums that Kyiv and the West have denounced as a sham. Hastily arranged votes had taken place over five days in the four areas - Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson - that make up about 15% of Ukrainian territory. Russian-installed officials took ballot boxes from house to house in what Ukraine and the West said was an illegitimate, coercive exercise to create a legal pretext for Russia to annex the four regions.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -A federal appeals court on Tuesday stopped short of declaring Donald Trump immune from author E. Jean Carroll's defamation lawsuit, saying it needed guidance on whether Trump was acting as U.S. president when he denied raping her. In a 2-1 decision, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan asked an appeals court in Washington to weigh in on whether the laws of that district shielded Trump from liability. The Manhattan court also handed Trump a victory in declaring he was a U.S. government "employee" when he allegedly defamed Carroll, a condition underlying his immunity claim.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Actions speak louder than words. That's certainly true for the select committee, which, despite its biases, has raised new info and questions.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko was on hand on Sept 26. to provide emotional support to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the wake of the mass flight of men from Russia due to mobilization.
- The Wrap
Gavin Newsom Says Democrats Are Getting ‘Crushed’ by a ‘Ruthless’ Fox News Primetime Lineup That Controls the Narrative (Video)
"Facts become secondary to narrative," the California governor said over the weekend
Thousands of Russians have fled into Mongolia across its northern frontier in a bid to evade conscription to Ukraine, putting further pressure on the government in Ulaanbaatar and its efforts to distance itself from the conflict. Russians were forced to queue for hours at the border crossing at Kyakhta in the ethnic Mongol province of Buryatia, but said they had little choice after President Vladimir Putin announced a "partial mobilisation" of 300,000 soldiers aimed at repelling a counter-offensive in Russian occupied Ukraine. "My country has started partial mobilisation and I think it is negatively affecting society," said one.