We spoke with State Representative Matt Shaheen, Republican of Plano. We discussed how Texas school districts comply with the state's safety and security standards along with the level of mental health services the state and school districts provide students.
Trump's legal team says that vendors don't want to work with them for special-master review because 'seasoned IT professionals' can't handle the government's 11,000 files and strict deadlines
Trump's team said vendors don't have a problem with them, but "seasoned IT professionals" can't get through the documents on the DOJ's timeline.
(Bloomberg) -- Donald Trump got the court-ordered review he wanted of documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago home as well as his preferred pick for a so-called special master to carry it out. But less than a month in, the former president has complaints about how that review is taking shape.Most Read from BloombergApple Ditches iPhone Production Increase After Demand FaltersMacKenzie Scott Files for Divorce From Science Teacher HusbandTrump Refuses to Delay Florida Deposition in Phone-Fraud Case D
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyA judge has warned that former President Donald Trump is building a legal shield that could block him from being held accountable for inciting the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, pointing to the bizarre move by the Department of Justice to side with Trump in a rape defamation case last year.The DOJ’s legal stance—that anything a president does is part of his official duties, and therefore makes him a federal employee immune to lawsuits—was w
The Democratic California governor was asked about his relationship with Guilfoyle, who's now engaged to Donald Trump Jr.
Donald Trump is raising money off a "ransacking" in Florida — but it has nothing to do with Hurricane Ian
Trump is asking his supporters for at least $25 after the FBI raid on his Palm Beach, Florida, estate, while Floridians are bearing the brunt of Hurricane Ian.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
German authorities suggest that both lines of the Nord Stream gas pipeline, and one of the two lines of Nord Stream-2 may be rendered unusable forever, German daily newspaper Der Tagesspiegel reported on Sept. 28.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A federal judge on Thursday ruled that former President Donald Trump does not have to provide the court with a sworn statement attesting to whether he believes the list of items seized by the FBI from his Florida estate is accurate and complete. The order from U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon came after U.S. Senior Judge Raymond Dearie, appointed as special master at Trump's request to oversee a review of the records seized from Mar-a-lago, had ordered Trump's lawyers to let him know if they disputed the accuracy of the government's property inventory list. Trump has claimed, without evidence, that the FBI may have planted evidence when it searched Mar-a-lago on Aug. 8.
Donald Trump's daughter-in-law is facing backlash after posting a video of her son during the storm, which she called a "character building" exercise.
Ukrainian troops are moving to capture the Russian-held eastern town of Lyman, threatening a new setback for Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin's campaign in the Donbas as he prepares to declare the region part of Russia. The capture of the town in the north of Donetsk region could pave the way for Ukraine to make inroads into the adjacent Luhansk province, foiling Putin's goal of seizing all of the industrial Donbas region declared after his forces failed to subdue the entire country in February, military analysts said. The regions are among four chunks of eastern and southern Ukrainian territory that Putin is expected on Friday to declare Russian-annexed land after what Kyiv and Western countries say were bogus referendums staged at gunpoint.
The DOJ is having such a hard time finding document-digitization vendors willing to work with Trump that it requested more time for the special-master review
The Justice Department asked for one more day to choose someone to digitize the 11,000 files for the special master in its Mar-a-Lago investigation.
It was one of a series of disparaging comments the then-president made about his son-in-law, according to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.
- Palm Beach Daily News
No more "Don't tread on Florida" messaging as Gov. DeSantis seeks federal aid from Biden administration in wake of Hurricane Ian
Trump blamed his supporters in 'the radical right' as the reason he didn't get the credit he thought he deserved for COVID vaccines while advising politicians not to 'make a big deal' out of the pandemic, book says
Trump told White House aides not to discuss the pandemic on TV because he thought it was "a political loser," per the book seen by The Washington Post.
The then-president's daughter and son-in-law were reportedly unaware of the very public way they were about to be canned from their White House roles.
Former president claws his way back onto an important list, just don't tell the New York Attorney General.
The "Late Show" host dives into the revelations of a new book about the ex-president.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
OLEKSANDR SHUMILIN - THURSDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER 2022, 11:42 Ukraine is already solving the problem of Iran-made drones, and the Ukrainian Air Force has learned how to jam them. Source: Minister of Defence of Ukraine Oleksii Reznikov, in an interview with [Ukrainian media outlet] Interfax-Ukraine Quote: "We are already solving it [the problem of Iranian drones - ed.
- The Daily Beast
(Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images)Ukraine’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations warned Thursday he is concerned that some men fleeing Russia to ostensibly avoid conscription might actually be Kremlin “Trojan horses” meant to wreak havoc later.“While genuine members of opposition should be considered for temporary protection in Europe and elsewhere, the army of Trojan horsemen of would-be Russian soldiers in Europe may pose a security threat, especially to neighboring cou
"It Probably Wasn't The Best Idea, But It Was So Much Fun": Adults Are Sharing What Their Teachers Did Decades Ago That Would *Not* Fly In Today's Classrooms
"My second-grade teacher would give kids a licking if they were naughty — and this meant she would lick their faces."View Entire Post ›
- The Hill
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) holds a 5 percentage point lead over Democratic challenger Mandela Barnes in the Wisconsin Senate race, according to a new poll. An AARP poll commissioned by Fabrizio Ward & Impact Research released on Thursday found Johnson receiving 51 percent support among likely Wisconsin voters, compared to Barnes with 46 percent. Johnson…