The Biden administration had “no legitimate basis” to deploy federal counterterrorism resources against parents who protested against local education officials, according to an interim report on Attorney General Merrick Garland’s 2021 school boards mem…
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Arkansas restricts school bathroom use by transgender people
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday signed a law prohibiting transgender people at public schools from using the restroom that matches their gender identity, the first of several states expected to enact such bans this year amid a flood of …
Florida lawmaker who sponsored ‘don’t say gay’ legislation pleads guilty to pandemic fraud
Joseph Harding, a former state representative in Florida, pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from his attempt to collect pandemic loans to which he wasn’t entitled.
House GOP not sold on Senate-approved repeal of U.S. war powers in Iraq
Top House Republicans said the Senate repeal of presidential authorization for use of military force in Iraq won’t get a rubber stamp from the lower chamber, but they are interested in modernizing laws granting the president the power to conduct milita…
Biden travels the world, except to East Palestine, Ohio
President Biden has made 14 trips across the U.S. and the globe over the past seven weeks, but none have been to East Palestine, Ohio — the site of a train derailment that spilled toxic chemicals into the community — despite repeated promises to do so.
Manhattan D.A. not yet coming to arrest Trump
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday anticipated making history as the first former president to be charged with a crime.
Biden stumbles over poem — twice — at humanities awards ceremony
President Biden on Tuesday struggled to get through a short poem at a White House event Tuesday, reading it twice and managing to get it wrong both times.
White House game of playing media favorites backfires on Biden’s press secretary
White House press secretaries have always played favorites when deciding which journalists to call on for questions at the daily press briefings, a subtle power play that has blown up in the face of Biden press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
Bid to recall New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell fails
The effort to recall Democratic New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell has failed, following an official count of petition signatures released by the Louisiana governor’s office Tuesday.
Military author Anthony Tata releases 16th thriller book
Just arrived from military-thriller novelist Anthony J. Tata: “Total Empire: A Garrett Sinclair Novel.” The book focuses on heroic, nimble and fictional Gen. Garrett Sinclair, who has been sent on a rogue mission in the Sahara Desert to thwart “China’s…