Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, was denied parole after review by Governor Gavin Newsom.
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Fox News' Peter Doocy Says Joe Biden Can 'Call Me Whatever He Wants' After President Swears on Hot Mic
After muttering on camera that the Fox News correspondent was a “stupid son of a b----,” Biden called to clear the air, Doocy said
- Argus Leader
The legislature authorized nearly $8 million for the state plane, but Noem said $3 million of those dollars will revert back to the state.
- NBC News
Two days before Sarah Palin tested positive for Covid-19, she dined at a New York City restaurant that's a magnet for celebrities, the manager confirmed Monday.
- The Ledger
Government officials have a responsibility to protect all the citizens, during a pandemic mandates are needed to limit the spread of a deadly disease.
The New York State Department of Education (NYSED) issued a statement Monday telling schools to continue following Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul's mask mandate after a state Supreme Court judge struck down the rule.Why it matters: The agency pointed to a case in Albany County where a state Supreme Court judge denied a challenge from two school districts, ruling that Hochul and the state's health commissioner have the authority to enact a mask mandate in schools. Get market news worthy of your tim
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Gov. Doug Ducey is suing the federal government, insisting on the right to use federal COVID-relief funds to help spread the virus.
The former House speaker said lawmakers investigating the U.S. Capitol riot “face a real risk of jail."
- LA Times
The contentious single-payer healthcare bill, AB 1400, sailed through the Assembly Appropriations Committee on a party-line 11-3 vote without any discussion, columnist George Skelton writes.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican U.S. vice presidential candidate and former Alaska governor, has tested positive for the coronavirus, forcing a U.S. judge on Monday to delay her defamation trial against The New York Times. Jury selection and opening statements had been expected to begin on Monday, but were pushed back 10 days to Feb. 3 after test results for the 57-year-old Palin became known. Palin had been expected to testify in person as soon as Tuesday.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'I have no idea': Vos attorney did not monitor Michael Gableman's compliance with open records law in his election review
The testimony from Vos' staff attorney, Steve Fawcett, caught the attention of Dane County Circuit Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn.
- USA TODAY
An appeals court said it couldn't resolve a dispute between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy over COVID-19 proxy voting.
- Yahoo TV
Elaine Luria said that Gingrich’s comment only shows how important the January 6 investigation really is to uphold democracy.
- Miami Herald
It’s Monday, Jan. 24, and Florida’s 60-day session is on full throttle.
- The Tennessean
A man has been arrested after Robertson County Deputy Savanna Puckett was found shot and dead inside her burning home Sunday, officials said.
- State College Centre Daily Times
Pa. Republicans send doomed congressional map to Gov. Tom Wolf, likely handing the choice to state courts
The state Senate voted Monday to approve a Republican-backed plan that nonpartisan analysts say has a clear GOP advantage.
Greene is facing at least three primary challengers for her deep-red seat.
- USA TODAY
President Biden caught on hot mic calling reporter a 'stupid son of a b----' over inflation question
Biden was caught on a hot mic while responding to reporters' shouted questions before they were escorted from the East Room.
The White House and semiconductor manufacturer Intel are teaming up to pressure the House of Representatives into passing the CHIPS Act.
The lead investigator for the Jan. 6 House select committee investigating the Capitol riot has been fired from his position as the University of Virginia's counsel by the state's new Republican attorney general, per the Washington Post.Why it matters: Democrats say the removal of Tim Heaphy from his post after some three years while he's on leave from the university to investigate the insurrection is likely "retribution" for the House probe — an accusation strongly denied by the office of state
- American City Business Journals
Merck promised to pay out $750 million if the Peninsula biotech's drugs passed certain clinical and commercial milestones.