President Biden’s speech in Philadelphia on Thursday night was bathed in dark red lighting, which drew mockery and criticism from conservatives.
Author: Brie Stimson
California high court to review ruling saying prosecutors must follow ‘3 Strikes’ law after Gascón filing
An appellate court ruling that said California prosecutors must charge three strike cases will be reviewed by the state’s high court following a filing by LA DA Geroge Gascón.
Trump FBI raid: Ex-NJ Gov. Whitman, other former prosecutors call request for special master a ‘waste of time’
Seven ex-federal prosecutors who had served in GOP administrations filed an amicus brief Tuesday opposing Trump’s “special master” request connected to the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago raid.
FBI agents have lost confidence in Christopher Wray, lawyer representing whistleblowers says: report
Some rank-and-file FBI agents are calling for the resignation of Director Christopher Wray over accusations of bias at the top of the bureau.
Karine Jean-Pierre throws out rough $24B a year estimate for student loan handout plan: ‘We’re going to see’
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Biden’s student loan plan could cost $24 billion a year but admitted the administration still isn’t totally sure of the cost.
House committee approves first assault weapons ban bill in decades
For the first time in two decades, a congressional panel has moved to prohibit the sale, transfer and possession of assault weapons in the United States.
Jan. 6: Secret Service deleted texts requested by investigators, watchdog report says
A new watchdog report claims that the Secret Service deleted text messages from Jan. 5 and Jan 6, 2021, that were requested by officials investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Ex-Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant ordered $1.1M in payments in welfare funds to Brett Favre, court docs say
Court documents allege that ex-Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant ordered $1.1 million in payments from welfare funds to former NFL star Brett Farve. Bryant denies the allegation.
House votes to make reporting UFO sightings easier
The House moved Wednesday to make it easier for government workers and military personnel to report sightings of UFOs by passing an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act.
Biden to take executive action on abortion access following immense pressure from Democrats
President Biden will sign an executive order on Friday in an attempt to protect access to abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, according to an AP report.