A judge declared a mistrial Wednesday after jurors said they were hopelessly deadlocked at the trial of “That ’70s Show” actor Danny Masterson.
Month: November 2022
Twitter, Censorship, and the EU
Brussels’s censors are on the march.
Biden to welcome Macron amid turbulence in the Western alliance
Biden welcomes Macron on Thursday for his first state dinner. Beneath cordial relations, deeper questions lurk on the future of the Western alliance.
Senate conservatives press McConnell to punt on omnibus
Senate conservatives on Wednesday sent a letter to Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) urging him to skip a year-end omnibus spending package and instead insist on a short-term stopgap funding measure to punt spending negotiations into next year, when Republicans will control the House. “We believe it would be both imprudent, and a…
On The Money — House quashes rail strike threat
The House voted to block a national rail shutdown and provide rail workers with paid sick leave. We’ll also look at Powell’s newest remarks on rate hikes, who’s getting Trump’s tax returns and another round of record corporate profits. But first, learn more about Pelosi’s newly anointed successor. Welcome to On The Money, your nightly guide…
Iranian Protester Reportedly Shot to Death by Government Forces for Celebrating America’s World Cup Win
A man was reportedly shot to death in Iran by security forces after he celebrated his country’s 0-1 World Cup loss to the U.S. in Qatar on Tuesday. According to the BBC, 27-year-old Mehran Samak celebrated America’s win in the Iranian city of Bandar Anzali by honking the horn of his car. He was shot in […]
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Congress inches toward year-end government funding deal
Congressional negotiators are making a dash to scrounge together a bipartisan deal on how to fund the federal government for fiscal 2023, with just weeks on the clock until a looming shutdown deadline. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) told The Hill on Wednesday that top negotiators on both sides have begun exchanging top-line figures for a…
“I Don’t Know About That” – Joe Biden Casts Doubt on 2024 Presidential Bid (VIDEO)
They’re getting ready to throw Joe Biden in the garbage can. The Democrats are rebranding and promoting the younger generation to leadership positions. Pelosi, Hoyer and Clyburn earlier this month stepped down from their leadership positions in order to usher in the younger and more radical lawmakers. Joe Biden on Wednesday delivered remarks at the…
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DOJ will have to wait for Jan. 6 panel’s final report to access transcripts
Jan. 6 committee Chair Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) said the Justice Department (DOJ) will have to wait for the panel’s final report to review transcripts of its interviews with more than 1,000 witnesses, rebuffing an agency request lingering since May. The decision means DOJ will, like the public, have to wait until late December to access…
McCarthy Warns Jan. 6 Committee Republicans Will Investigate Its Work
The letter demanding that the panel preserve its records — a step already required — was the latest indication that the G.O.P. is planning its own counter-investigation into the Jan. 6 attack.