Chase Neill, 32, was found guilty by a federal jury on Friday after representing himself in a trial on charges of threatening Republican Rep. Jake LaTurner.
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Virginia Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine to run for re-election in 2024
Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia announced Friday that he will be running for a third six-year term in the 2024 election.
Biden classified documents: White House refuses to say if it will cooperate with House oversight inquiries
The White House shut down any discussion of the ongoing investigation into President Biden’s possession of classified documents at a press gaggle Thursday.
FBI offers $25K reward for info on pro-life pregnancy center attacks, vandalism
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering cash rewards for information on a series of violent attacks on pro-life pregnancy and health care centers.
Florida congressman spends night in ICU after falling 25 feet off ladder, injuries not life-threatening
Florida Rep. Greg Steube is in “good spirits” after falling off a ladder at his Sarasota, Florida property and being rushed to the intensive care unit.
Biden seen holding ‘classified document’ in resurfaced 2013 photo
A photo from 2013 has resurfaced of President Biden — then serving as vice president in the Obama administration — holding a classified document in front of cameras.
Democratic California Senate candidate to skip Biden visit to state amid classified document investigation
Rep. Katie Porter of California answered questions at a town hall event on Tuesday, where she said she would not be meeting with President Biden during his trip to California.
Dems ‘want answers’ on Biden documents, Rep. Porter says: ‘Classified documents belong in classified settings’
Rep. Katie Porter of California said Tuesday at a town hall event that Democrats want “honest” answers from President Biden about his storage of classified documents.
DC council softens penalties for violent crimes by overriding mayor’s veto of criminal code rewrite
The DC City Council has overruled a veto from Mayor Muriel Bowser, forcing through a revision of the criminal code that would lighten penalties for violent crimes.
Trump says evangelical leaders not yet endorsing him is ‘sign of disloyalty’
Former President Donald Trump is accusing evangelical faith leaders of “disloyalty” due to the lack of widespread endorsement for his 2024 presidential bid.