Mail theft is on the rise, and it often involves criminals robbing mail carriers, according to testimony from a Congressional field hearing held Wednesday.
- The Daily Beast
- Rolling Stone
- Business Insider
Rep. Nancy Mace, who voted against impeaching Trump, says there's 'a lot of pressure' on Republicans to impeach Biden: 'I think that is something that some folks are considering'
Speaking on NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday, Rep. Nancy Mace said she will not vote to impeach any president if she thinks there wasn't due process.
Trump's claim he could declassify files with his mind doesn't "demonstrate much intelligence of any kind," the lawmaker said.
- The Hill
Former top Pence aide: Trump claim that presidents can declassify docs by thinking about it ‘absurd’
Former top Pence aide Marc Short on Friday rejected a recent claim from former President Trump that presidents can declassify documents by thinking about it, calling the notion “absurd.” “That’s absurd, obviously,” Short told CBS News. “I think it would make it very difficult for the intelligence community to have a classification system if that was…
Jan 6 committee members say they believe Trump was responsible for the riot, and the panel might unanimously refer him for prosecution
January 6 committee members Rep. Adam Schiff and Rep. Liz Cheney said Trump was involved in the Capitol riot.
Speaking at the Texas Tribune Festival, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney said she will do "everything I can to make sure he's not the nominee."
- Yahoo TV
Carlson recently suggested sending hundreds of thousands of migrants to the island, which Oliver believes inspired DeSantis’s “grim and deeply cynical” stunt.
Russia's call-up of troops, sham referendums and nuclear threats are "not signs of strength or confidence," the White House's national security adviser said.
"I have so many rich friends and nobody knows who they are," Trump said of his post-White House life, according to an excerpt from Maggie Haberman's upcoming book.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - SATURDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2022, 23:03 Sergei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister, said that Russia would not take the first steps in a dialogue with the West and that the longer Kyiv refuses to negotiate, the harder it will be to do so.
An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election
Denver Riggleman, a former GOP congressman, told "60 Minutes" that Mark Meadows received texts about the alternate electors plot days after the election.
- Business Insider
Putin has escaped to his secret palace in a forest amid anti-draft protests in Russian cities, report says
Journalist Farida Rusamova has claimed that Vladimir Putin is released pre-recorded videos sporadically to hide his absence from the Russian public.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Ukrainian border guards released from Russian captivity on Sept. 21, are in a poor physical and psychological condition, the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported on Sept. 25.
- The Hill
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Sunday said former President Trump is pushing himself toward a “self-inflicted indictment” with his combative public statements on his legal battle with the Justice Department. “The more you absolutely antagonize with nonsense arguments on television that your lawyers won’t make in court — because they’re afraid they’ll be sanctioned…
Kazakhstan, one of Russia's close ex-Soviet partners, will not recognise the possible annexation of Ukraine's eastern regions by Russia through referendums held there, the Central Asian nation's foreign ministry said on Monday. Voting took place in four Ukrainian regions mostly held by Russian forces, the start of a plan by President Vladimir Putin to annex a big chunk of Ukraine in what the West says is violation of international law that significantly escalates war in the country.
- Modesto Bee
Modesto Bee readers let their opinions be heard on neofascism, transporting migrants and Turlock’s race for mayor. | Letters
- The Wrap
"Good example for journalism students (and others!) to see how political journalists are failing you," Soledad O'Brien tweeted