“Leading antiabortion groups, fresh off their historic victory with the demise of Roe v. Wade, are drawing up plans for a new goal in the 2024 presidential election: Ensuring the […]
Author: Taegan Goddard
Pence Won’t Challenge All Aspects of Subpoena
Mike Pence indicated that he is not challenging all aspects of the subpoena issued last month by special counsel Jack Smith in his probe of the failed attempt by Donald […]
Netanyahu Urges Military Chief to Contain Protest
“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the military’s chief of staff on Sunday to contain a wave of protest from within the ranks over a contentious government plan to overhaul […]
Why Did the Hush Money Case Stick?
The Washington Post profiles Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, the embattled prosecutor who resurrected what had seemed like a cold case against Donald Trump “What still remains unclear is why Bragg […]
Bill Barr Says Trump Indictment Would Be Legitmate
Former Attorney General William Barr said that the Department of Justice probably has a “basis for legitimately indicting” former President Trump over the classified and sensitive documents law enforcement says […]
Indictment Might Be Best Thing for Trump Politically
Mark Halperin: “Saturday was a preview of what the world will be like until and after the expected indictment is brought against Donald Trump. Most everyone played their preferred roles […]
Warren Calls for Probe of Bank Failures
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) called for an investigation into the recent failures of two U.S. regional banks, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Alex Jones Transfers Wealth to Family Members
“The Infowars conspiracy broadcaster Alex Jones, who faces more than $1.4 billion in legal damages for defaming the families of the Sandy Hook shooting victims, has devised a new way […]
North Korea Claims Citizens Volunteering to Fight
North Korea claims that about 800,000 of its citizens volunteered to join or reenlist in the nation’s military to fight against the United States, Reuters reports.
Defiant Putin Visits Mariupol
“President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia traveled to Mariupol, a Ukrainian city his forces captured after a devastating siege, in a defiant and highly symbolic move that came two days […]