Government

Supreme Court Denies MyPillow CEO's Appeal Over Phone Seizure
The CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, claimed that the government had violated his First and Fourth Amendment rights when it seized his mobile phone, but the Supreme Court has decided not to hear his appe ... Read More.
Israel Drops Plans for Retaliation on Iran After Talks with U.S. President
The New York Times reported on Sunday, citing sources in Jerusalem, that Israel gave up on the idea of carrying out a retaliation assault on Iranian territory after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu an ... Read More.
Russia Seeks Support from Washington for Moscow Terror Attack Probe
Vassily Nebenzia, Russia’s ambassador to the UN, said on Friday that the country expects Washington and its partners to help with its probe into the March terror attack in Moscow that killed a number o ... Read More.
USA Today Accused of Bias in Headline Change After Biden Campaign Complaint
USA Today, a national newspaper chain, changed a story after the Biden campaign complained about how the paper was covering Trump’s views on abortion, which made it look like the paper was working with ... Read More.
Hunter Biden's Attempts to Dismiss Illegal Gun Charge Rejected by Federal Judge - AGAIN!
Hunter Biden has tried more than once to get his illegal gun charge in Delaware thrown out by a federal judge, but each time the judge has said no. His father, President Joe Biden, is running for reele ... Read More.
U.S. Deploys Warships to Deter Iran's Potential Attack on Israel and American Troops
In an effort to stop Iran from attacking directly, which could happen as soon as Friday or Saturday, the U.S. quickly sent warships to the area to protect Israel and American troops deployed there. ... Read More.
US House Keeps Government Spying Act: How Speaker Johnson Swung the Vote
The US House of Representatives decided to keep an act in place that lets the government spy on people without an order. Republicans who support Trump stopped an earlier version of the act, but House S ... Watch Now.
CCP Accuses US, Japan, and Philippines of Smearing and Attacking China Before Three-Way Meeting
China says that the US, Japan, and the Philippines are “smearing and attacking” China before the three-way meeting in Washington on Friday. The three countries said in a statement before the meeting th ... Read More.
US Senator J.D. Vance: Kiev Needs More than Soldiers to Beat Moscow
The Ohio Republican wrote, “Ukraine’s problem is not the GOP; it is math.” “Ukraine needs more soldiers than it can get, even with strict rules on conscription.” It also needs more equipment than the U ... Read More.
Zelensky Urges West to Stand Strong Against Putin: A Test of EU's Courage, Says Ukrainian President
Vladimir Zelensky said that if Western countries do not speed up Ukraine’s entry into the EU and NATO, Russian President Vladimir Putin will see them as weak. ... Read More.
Americans Criticizing Kiev Branded as Russian Propagandists by US-Funded Groups | Report
A report released on Thursday says that Americans who disagree with Kiev have been called Russian propagandists by a “sprawling constellation” of supposedly independent groups and fact-checkers that ar ... Read More.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Bars Governor Noem Amid Drug Gang Profit Claims
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s council objected to some of South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s (R) recent comments that implied tribal officials were profiting from the presence of Mexican drug gangs, the ... Read More.
House Speaker Mike Johnson Met With Party Rebellion Over FISA Changes
House Freedom Caucus members halt bill vote over FBI access to private messages. Mr. Johnson’s vote on an amendment at the center of the dispute. ... Read More.
Biden Administration Considers Cease on Assange Probe: Australian Plea Reviewed
Joe Biden said that his administration is thinking about whether to agree to the Australian government’s request to stop investigating WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after years of detention in the U ... Read More.
GOP Senators Seek Delay on Mayorkas Impeachment Articles to Rally Support for Full Trial
As planned, Speaker Mike Johnson will not send the articles of impeachment against Alejandro Mayorkas, the Secretary of Homeland Security, to the Senate this week as planned. On Tuesday, Republican sen ... Read More.

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