Governor update on water crisis
- Florida Today
Daylight saving time 2022: U.S. Senate OK'd Sunshine Protection Act, but Florida will still fall back, for now
Love it or hate it, it's coming up: Daylight saving time. Get ready to "fall back" at 2 a.m. EST Nov. 6, when Florida residents set clocks back 1 hour
Retired Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer says he did 'everything' he could to stop the overturning of Roe v. Wade
"Did I do everything I could to persuade people? Of course, of course," Breyer said during an interview with CNN's Chris Wallace.
- USA TODAY
Denver Riggleman, a former adviser to the Jan. 6 committee told "60 Minutes" the White House switchboard called a rioter during breach.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
The wife of a Donetsk puppet authority fighter told her husband that dissatisfaction with the actions of dictator Vladimir Putin is growing in Russia, according to an intercept of their conversation published on Facebook by Ukraine’s military intelligence agency HUR on Sept. 24.
- KABC – Los Angeles
After a judge ruled the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department properly obtained warrants last week to search the homes of L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and L.A. County Civilian Oversight Commissioner Patricia "Patti" Giggans, Eyewitness News has learned what was taken.
House Republicans want to cancel Biden's push to make it easier for the IRS to go after tax cheats and send out refunds more quickly
The House GOP released their policy pitch for what they want to do if they win Congress, breaking with McConnell and Senate Republicans.
- Fresno Bee
The bill is among others Gov. Gavin Newsom signed on California Native American Day.
3 Stoughton officers had inappropriate relationships with girl who later died by suicide, chief says
Three Stoughton police officers who have since resigned from their roles with the department engaged in inappropriate relationships with a teenage girl who died suicide years later, the town’s chief said Friday.
- Wichita Eagle
The candidate for attorney general wants you to forget while he was secretary of state, he wrote and defended a law disenfranchising 35,000 Kansans.
- The Recount
President Biden announces he would veto a Republican abortion ban if they take back control of Congress.
President Biden promised he would veto a Republican abortion ban if they took back control of Congress in November. President Biden was speaking at a Democratic National Committee event to rally people to vote Democratic ahead of the midterms. Since Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court this past summer with three Trump appointed Justices on the Court, Democrats have been campaigning on the promise to codify the right to an abortion.
ROME (Reuters) -Russian President Vladimir Putin was "pushed" into invading Ukraine and wanted to put "decent people" in charge of Kyiv, former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi has said, drawing fierce criticism just ahead of Italy's election. The Italian leader, whose Forza Italia party belongs to a right-wing coalition expected to win Sunday's parliamentary election on Sunday, is a long-time friend of Putin and his comments are likely to alarm Western allies. "Putin was pushed by the Russian people, by his party, by his ministers to come up with this special operation," Berlusconi told Italian public television RAI late on Thursday, using the official Russian wording for the war.
24 GOP attorneys general warn Visa, AmEx, and Mastercard about using a code that identifies purchases at gun stores
Attorneys generals from 24 states threaten to take action against using a new merchant code they say could track purchases made in firearms stores.
- USA TODAY
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol was caught calling U.S. lawmakers “idiots” if they do not approve global health funding, according to multiple reports.
- The Hill
President Biden’s statement this week that it “remains to be seen” if he’ll run for reelection has prompted more Democratic chatter about whether they’ll have a different candidate for the White House in 2024. If Biden doesn’t run again, a number of Democrats are expected to wade into the presidential waters. But even Vice President…
- The Hill
MONONGAHELA, Pa. — The sprint to Election Day is fully underway, but House Republicans are looking past November and eyeing what they’ll do in the likely event of winning a majority in the upper chamber. They’ve hinted at parts of their agenda for months, but this week Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and other members…
- Business Insider
Arizona is using a 121-year-old law — written more than a decade before it achieved statehood — to enforce a near-total abortion ban
The law banning abortion was created years before Arizona became a state in 1912. The 1901 law only allows abortion if a woman's life is in jeopardy.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
IRYNA BALACHUK - SATURDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2022, 12:42 Aysen Nikolayev, the head of the Republic of Sakha (also known as Yakutia), demands that those men who were mobilised by mistake are brought home. Source: Nikolayev on Telegram Quote from Nikolayev at the meeting on mobilisation: "There are cases of mobilisation of citizens who should not have been drafted.
Ron DeSantis violated state spending law when he spent Florida dollars to fly Venezuelan migrants to Martha's Vineyard, a new lawsuit says
The lawsuit accuses DeSantis of improperly using the funds because the migrants didn't originate in Florida before they went to Martha's Vineyard.
- LA Times
To fight climate change and the California's housing affordability crisis, Gov. Newsom signed a bill that will bar cities from setting minimum parking requirements near transit stops.
- Raleigh News and Observer
The new Holocaust documentary was gut-wrenching in light of the antics of Trump and governors Abbott and DeSantis. | Letters to the Editor