According to the committee, Krasner declined to accept hand-delivered subpoenas and his office is not complying with an electronic copy accepted by his attorneys.
The Republican senator from Nebraska is the "sole finalist" to be president of the University of Florida.
- The Daily Beast
CNNPresident Joe Biden took the opportunity on Friday to tweak conservative Republicans who recently asked for grants from the infrastructure law that was passed last year, noting that these same lawmakers had previously blasted the legislation as socialism.“I didn’t know there were that many socialist Republicans!” Biden exclaimed during a speech in Maryland.Hours before the president took the podium at a Hagerstown auto plant to tout his economic policies, CNN reported that dozens of Republica
- National Review
In an interview with Margaret Hoover, Cori Bush told the story of her second abortion, which she says was performed against her will at the age of 19.
Ohio’s new “heartbeat” abortion law, outlawing the procedure after six weeks of pregnancy, remains on hold as a Hamilton County judge blocked a ban on virtually all abortions Friday.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Here's how President Biden's marijuana pardon will affect people in Ohio and Kentucky, and how local officials reacted.
- Delaware Online | The News Journal
The decision from the Delaware Supreme Court came just one day after oral arguments were heard on whether it violates the state constitution.
A federal judge strikes down another conservative lawsuit against Biden's student-debt cancellation — but says a future administration could collect on the forgiven loans
A Wisconsin group sued over student-debt cancellation because it purposely helps Black people. Two days later, a judge ruled it had no standing.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Top U.S. senators from both parties on Thursday gave momentum to a bill pressuring OPEC+ after the group this week announced a deep cut in oil production despite lobbying by President Joe Biden's administration to keep the taps open. The so-called No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels (NOPEC) bill gained interest after OPEC+, a group led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, decided on Wednesday to cut oil production by 2 million barrels per day.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone on Thursday raised serious concerns about the proposed $5.4 billion acquisition of U.S. broadcaster Tegna Inc. Last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asked investment firm Standard General to produce further information about its takeover bid for the broadcast news company that manages 64 stations in 51 U.S. markets. "We are concerned that this transaction would violate the FCC’s mandate by restricting access to local news coverage, cutting jobs at local television stations, and raising prices on consumers," the two Democrats wrote to FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel.
- Fox News
Presiden Biden blamed Republicans in a statement after the Fifth Circuit Court determined the Obama administration lacked authority to implement the DACA program.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
FRIDAY, 7 OCTOBER 2022, 10:29 Vladimir Putin no longer consults with ministers about the consequences of his decisions and does not inform them about his plans; there has been no respect for the President for several years now - only fear".
- National Review
Federal investigators believe they have gathered enough evidence to charge President Joe Biden's son Hunter "with tax crimes and a false statement related to a gun purchase," according to a bombshell new report from the Washington Post.
- LA Times
Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced that he is banning Inspector General Max Huntsman from department facilities and databases, blocking him from overseeing the Sheriff's Department.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Experts say the Marion County public health agency's request would take the 'entitlement' out of entitlement programs like Medicaid.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
It's one thing to fudge the truth, but Kari Lake is flat out lying about Katie Hobbs' voting record. Anything for a vote, I suppose.
- National Review
Busses carrying illegal immigrants arrived in NYC and Washington, D.C. on Thursday morning, including one bus that dropped its passengers off directly outside Kamala Harris's residence.
A hot mic caught President Joe Biden using an expletive during his Florida visit, and Gov. Ron DeSantis was captured looking distraught while Biden smiles in the background
- Associated Press
With Ben Sasse apparently ready to resign his Nebraska U.S. Senate seat to become president of the University of Florida, speculation is rampant that his temporary replacement could be Gov. Pete Ricketts. Ricketts, who like Sasse is a Republican, would otherwise be out of a political job due to term limits at the end of the year. Scenarios of how Ricketts would ascend to the U.S. Senate run the gamut from his presumptive successor naming him as Nebraska’s newest U.S. senator to Ricketts appointing himself to fill the seat.
- USA TODAY
The judge said the taxpayers group doesn't have standing, or the legal grounds to sue.