Oklahoma lawmakers have plan to spend $1.8 billion from government
- Springfield News-Leader
The Nixa Republican, Missouri Rep. Tricia Derges, was found guilty of 22 federal charges by a jury last week.
- The Hill
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) is offering support for California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) new ad in Florida that targets Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and invites Floridians to move to California. In an appearance on CNN’s “New Day” on Tuesday, Murphy said he liked his fellow Democratic governor’s approach when asked by host Brianna Keilar about Newsom’s…
- Portsmouth Herald
That a young woman should be placed in a position where she would feel vulnerable, scared, and nervous for speaking truth to power is unforgivable.
- The Ledger
There is no Democratic nor Republican legislator trying to take your gun rights away, but having a an AR-15 is questionable.
"He saved democracy once by beating a tyrant. He's doing it again, but he doesn't do it by beating his chest," DNC adviser Cedric Richmond told CNN.
Social Security is an essential safety net for many Americans. Even if you haven't saved enough for retirement, you can still count on Social Security benefits in retirement. Read More: 5 Best...
- The Hill
Story at a glance Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed into law the Safer Streets for All Act, which decriminalizes loitering in a public place with the “intent” to engage in sex work. Newsom clarified that prostitution in California is still illegal and warned that the state must be “cautious” in how the new measure…
- CBS News Videos
Members of the Jan. 6 committee say potential new witnesses have come forward following Cassidy Hutchinson’s bombshell testimony. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane has the latest on what the panel's upcoming July hearings could focus on, and if the Justice Department is any closer to possible charges.
- Idaho Statesman
The bill would eliminate taxes on firearms, ammunition and archery gear, which one Idaho sportsmen’s group has called “a direct assault on wildlife conservation and hunters.”
The White House was caught off guard by the timing of the Supreme Court's decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, report says
The White House counsel advised that the decision wasn't expected on the day the Court issued it and a key staffer was on a coffee run, CNN reported.
At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the American economy immediately fell into recession, with unemployment spiking to 14.8%, the highest since records began in 1948. In response, the U.S....
The request comes less than two weeks after the Supreme Court justices announced their decision to overturn Roe v. Wade
- Lexington Herald-Leader
OpEd: Hopelessness has no place in the fight back. It will be a long battle to restore what has been taken from us. We need an organized movement to match the machine that stripped our right to control our own bodies.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote hit with Department of Justice lawsuit
In a complaint filed in U.S. District Court, the Justice Department said House Bill 2492 passed this year "turns back the clock" on voting rights.
- USA TODAY
Hershel "Woody" Williams fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima. His foundation helped build Gold Star Families monuments.
- USA TODAY
Supreme Court urges MD, VA officials to enforce anti-picketing laws on abortion ruling protests outside justices' homes
An armed man last month allegedly made threats against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh near the justice's suburban Washington, D.C., home.
- The Hill
The less than two weeks’ time between President Biden signing a bipartisan bill aimed at curbing gun violence and another mass shooting taking place, this time during a Fourth of July parade, has left some Democrats and allies frustrated the administration isn’t doing enough to help prevent the next attack. From the White House, Biden…
- Fox News
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is holding the United States Innovation and Competition Act hostage, in an effort to block Democrats' partisan spending bill.
- The Week
Supreme Court marshal urges states to stop protests at justices' homes
315 rioters have pleaded guilty for their role in the Capitol insurrection so far. This table is tracking them all.
More than 870 people have been charged with crimes over the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, and 315 have pleaded guilty over a year later.