A Southern California sheriff's deputy was shot and killed Friday, just two weeks after another deputy in the department was slain in the line of duty.
- The Desert Sun
Daylight saving time 2022: U.S. Senate OK'd Sunshine Protection Act, but California will still fall back, for now
Love it or hate it, it's coming up: Daylight saving time. Get ready to "fall back" on Nov. 6, when California residents set clocks back 1 hour
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Four Supreme Court justices opted against attending President Biden's State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday evening.
- Miami Herald
The ordeal lasted three days.
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Speechwriting experts say Biden made a good faith effort at promoting bipartisanship in his State of the Union, but did not confront the China threat as aggressively as he should have.
There’s yet another development in the sometimes funny, mostly dark, always sketchy story of Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y,), the karaoke-singing alleged drag queen who appears to have fabricated the entirety of his resume and lied about his mom dying in 9/11. Over the weekend, Derek Myers, a prospective staffer in Santos’ congressional office, sent a letter to the House Ethics Committee and filed a police report alleging that Santos sexually assaulted him on Jan. 25. Shortly after Myers says he rej
- American City Business Journals
DeSantis said the district will remain responsible to its bond debts, while being controlled by the state. "There's a new sheriff in town and that's just the way it's going to be," he said.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., said she welcomed President Joe Biden's "support of our bipartisan successes."
- Business Insider
All 5 officers charged in Tyre Nichols' death removed or failed to activate their body-worn cameras. They were caught by a 'sky cop' camera installed to monitor crime hotspots.
An overhead "sky cop" camera offered the most thorough visual accounting of Tyre Nichols' beating; this time the criminals they stopped were cops.
- The New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden was about midway through a speech of about 7,218-words on Tuesday when a Republican lawmaker tried to shut him down with a single one: “Liar!” It was Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, whom the president had baited by accusing Republicans of wanting to threaten entitlement programs like Social Security. Later in the speech, when Biden called for an end to the fentanyl crisis in the United States, another lawmaker yelled out, “It’s your fault!” — a reference
- Business Insider
McCarthy warns Republicans not to misbehave at State of the Union, promises no 'childish games' like Pelosi's infamous speech tearing moment
"We're members of Congress. We have a code of ethics of how we should portray ourselves," McCarthy told CNN on Tuesday.
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Hunter Biden proposed his firm's office space with 'separate entrance' for new hire of Beijing-backed firm
Hunter Biden in 2015 sent a proposal to BHR Partners team about hiring a new employee who could work out of the Rosemont Seneca office space as a liaison between U.S. and China teams.
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President Biden held his annual State of the Union address on Capitol Hill on Feb. 7. Some Americans shared what they thought of the speech, what was missing and more.
- The Root
Last night’s State of the Union was one for the books, but not for the reasons one might think. Though President Biden tried to express an agenda of unity with the GOP, it predictably fell on deaf ears. “To my Republican friends, if we could work together in the last Congress, there is no reason we can’t work together and find consensus on important things in this Congress as well,” he stated.
- The Hill
The five sitting Supreme Court justices attending the State of the Union are being joined by two of their predecessors, the first time a retired justice has attended the president’s address in 26 years. Retired Justices Stephen Breyer and Anthony Kennedy, two regular attendees during their years on the bench, have again returned to the…
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WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Wednesday called out Republican lawmakers who booed when he accused them of wanting to cut Social Security and Medicare during his State of the Union address, pointing out that several of them have expressed support for those cuts.
Social Security recipients will be getting much bigger payments in 2023 thanks to an 8.7% cost-of-living adjustment that will boost the average check by more than $140 a month. But if you heard that...
Measured and focused, or divisive and demoralising - here's how Americans saw Biden's keynote speech.
“I will be leaving the Parliament today thanking all of you in advance for powerful English planes," Zelensky told a packed room of British lawmakers.
- The Week
Polling suggests Americans increasingly see the Biden administration as a do-nothing dud. Are they right?
- Sacramento Bee
The California Secretary of State authored the bill that created reparations committee.