Gov. on Medicaid postpartum coverage
Gov. on Medicaid postpartum coverage
"Jim Jordan is out of moves with Alvin Bragg at the end of round one," said O'Donnell during his MSNBC program on Thursday.
Messages proving network hosts and executives knew what they were saying was false and ‘reckless’ are now on record forever
The House Oversight Committee is distancing itself from a push by Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) to bring Tara Reade, who has accused President Biden of sexually assaulting her, in for an interview after Gaetz announced the panel’s chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) had given the green light. But Greene on Wednesday…
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients might soon get bigger monthly payments if the Social Security Administration succeeds in pushing through a proposed change in how benefits are calculated....
Kato Crews, President Biden's nominee for district judge in Colorado, was stumped by questioning from Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., over a legal procedure called a "Brady motion."
California lawmakers voted on Thursday to advance a bill that would penalize oil companies for “price gouging” — a first-of-its-kind legislation pushed forward in recent months by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D). The SBX1-2 bill, sponsored by state Sen. Nancy Skinner (D), received the approval of the California State Senate in an Extraordinary Session convened to fast-track…
Political consequences of the International Criminal Court’s decision on the warrant for the arrest of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin
The leaked draft opinion stopped debate on the case between the justices, CNN's Joan Biskupic reported.
South Carolina's embattled top accountant will step down next month after a $3.5 billion error in the year-end financial report he oversaw, according to a resignation letter written Thursday that was obtained by The Associated Press. Republican Comptroller General Richard Eckstrom's decision to leave the post he has held for 20 years came after intense scrutiny of his performance following the blunder and amid rising calls for him to either quit or be removed. The Senate panel investigating the financial misstatement issued a damning report last week accusing Eckstrom of "willful neglect of duty.”
In 1999, guest columnist got a crash course in 'eminent domain' as practiced by Oklahoma's Turnpike Authority and Department of Transportation.
AUSTIN, Texas – New legislation is heating up the long-running cold war between Texas’ relatively progressive cities and its GOP-dominated legislature. Local officials across Texas are worried that far-reaching state bills could roll back their attempts to ensure construction workers get rest breaks in Texas’ searing heat, to run no-kill animal shelters and to maintain local water…
Social media posts claim documents released under a law requiring public access to information show former House speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke by phone with Ray Epps, a man frequently mentioned in conspiracies surrounding the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol. This is false; there is no evidence such records exist and only the executive branch is legally required to comply with freedom of information requests.
Announcing the news, a punchy blog post from the exchange said: "We asked the SEC for reasonable crypto rules for Americans. We got legal threats instead."
The Presidency of the Assembly of State Parties to the Rome Statute has reacted to Russian threats against the International Criminal Court (ICC) and retaliatory measures taken by Russia against the prosecutor and judges involved in the issuance of arrest warrants regarding Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
The Senate Ethics Committee is admonishing South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham for soliciting campaign contributions inside a federal building after a Nov. 2022 Fox News interview in which he asked viewers to donate to a GOP candidate. Graham violated Senate rules and standards of conduct because he was in a Senate office building when he did the interview, the leaders of the ethics panel said in a rare public letter released on Thursday. “The public must feel confident that Members use public resources only for official actions in the best interests of the United States, not for partisan political activity,” wrote Senate Ethics Committee Chairman Chris Coons, D-Del., and Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford, the panel's Republican vice chairman.
While the actual litigation has very little to do with crypto, as the case is about the use of arbitration clauses, a crypto company is resolving a broader business issue.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to respond to questioning about payments House Republicans say the Biden received from a Chinese company.
She met Thursday with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, in his Capitol office suite — steps away from where her daughter was shot.
South Africa's Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Naledi Pandor, has said that the government will have to discuss the arrest warrant for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and consult with the Russian side.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed a pair of laws restricting the bathrooms transgender students can use and banning gender-affirming medical care amid a flood of legislation nationwide targeting the trans community. Reynolds, a Republican, met with parents of transgender children to discuss the bills before signing them Wednesday, The Des Moines Register reported. “My heart breaks,” Reynolds told reporters.