Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she's committed to leading Michigan for the next four years and will not run for President in 2024 - but that doesn't mean she's closing the door later in the decade.
Michael Steele warned about what could come next from the far-right Georgia Republican.
- National Review
Florida Republicans Expected to Reverse Decision Stripping Disney of Autonomy over Walt Disney World Property
Florida lawmakers are reportedly preparing to reverse their decision to strip Disney of its authority over the state's Reedy Creek Improvement District.
Elon Musk reminded his followers on Friday that owning Twitter now means he controls every aspect of the company — including what its employees said behind closed doors before he took over. Earlier this week, Musk teased the release of what he called "The Twitter Files," declaring that the public "deserves to know what really happened" behind the scenes during Twitter's decision to stifle a story about Hunter Biden back in 2020. On Friday evening, Musk delivered, sort of.
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The Secret Service would not say why it changed its answer to government watchdog Judicial Watch's Freedom of Information Act request regarding Hunter Biden's gun investigation.
- NY Daily News
Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell reshuffled the NYPD’s higher ranks Friday as she filled vacancies left behind by the departure of Chief of Department Kenneth Corey and the heads of three other key bureaus. The moves included promoting Chief Jeffrey Maddrey to the NYPD’s Chief of Department, making the 31-year NYPD veteran and one-time chief of patrol and Patrol Borough Brooklyn North ...
- NBC News
The police chief of Tampa, Florida, was placed on administrative leave after she flashed her badge to get out of a stop for traveling in a golf cart without a
Obama slams Herschel Walker for musing if it's better to be a vampire or a werewolf: 'He can be anything he wants to be except for a United States senator'
"This is a debate that I must confess I once had myself when I was seven," Obama deadpanned of Walker's previous bizarre aside during a rally.
- Sacramento Bee
A new report looks at what officers on patrol are doing and arrives at a troubling answer. | Commentary
Former President Barack Obama campaigned in Georgia with Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) on Thursday to remind people of several things: that Warnock helped Democrats pass impactful legislation, that winning a 51st Senate seat matters, and, most importantly, that Republican nominee Herschel Walker is a clown.
- Sacramento Bee
The CHP station at the center of an alleged overtime scandal had a room full of beds for officers to sleep off uneventful shifts.
The French President warned during a White House visit that the measures could “fragment the West." Biden said he would consider "tweaks."
- Yahoo News
Americans looking to travel by air domestically or enter federal government facilities without showing a U.S. passport will need to obtain a REAL ID, an updated driver’s license that complies with new federal standards, by May 3, 2023.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Wise County Sheriff Lane Akin said the child’s body has been found and the suspect has been arrested.
- Business Insider
Russia says the West must recognize its control over land its forces are losing before any Ukraine peace talks
"President Putin has been, is and remains open for contacts, for negotiations," a Kremlin spokesperson said.
- The Bergen Record
Melissa Rubenstein, the township's first Democrat committeewoman and second woman mayor, resigned effective immediately Friday.
U.S. Representative James Clyburn on Thursday was elected to be assistant House Democratic leader starting in January, after Representative David Cicilline dropped his bid for the job that he had hoped would raise the gay community's profile. Cicilline, an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, abandoned the race against Clyburn after receiving assurances from leadership that the gay community's interests will be represented, according to a House Democratic aide. Cicilline easily won re-election to the House on Nov. 8 and will continue representing his Rhode Island constituents for another two-year term.
- The Hill
The Senate voted on Thursday to reject a proposal to give railway workers seven days of sick leave, a benefit that was left out of a labor deal between freight rail companies and unionized workers that was brokered by the Biden administration. The proposal to give workers seven days of sick leave, which was championed by Sen.…
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A day after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments over the legality of President Joe Biden plan to cancel billions of dollars in student debt, his administration on Friday asked the justices to put on hold a judge's ruling in a separate case that found the program unlawful. Rulings by lower courts in two challenges filed against the debt relief program have put Biden's policy on ice. The administration on Friday asked the Supreme Court to pause Texas-based U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman's decision in a challenge backed by a conservative advocacy group or to hear arguments on the merits of the case at the same time that it tackles a challenge pursued by six mostly Republican-led states.
Britain's former finance minister Sajid Javid on Friday said he would not be standing at the next election, as the Conservative party faces a slump in support after 12 years in power.