Politics

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.
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.
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.
Arizona GOP Blocks Bid to Amend Strict Abortion Ban, Sparking Bipartisan Outrage
According to the Arizona Supreme Court’s decision on Tuesday, nearly all abortions are illegal in the state. On Wednesday, the state senate ended its session, even though there were attempts to bring u ... 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.
Arizona's Supreme Court Backs Abortion Ban with Prison Sentences, Alerting Physicians to 1864 Law
Arizona’s Supreme Court deems a 160-year-old law restricting abortions enforceable. Ruling halts execution for 14 days for lower court review on constitutionality. ... Read More.
Soros and Open Society Foundations Are Shaping Radio's Future For Democrats
Discover how George Soros believes being present in your ears benefits business and politics. The Open Society Foundations’ recent control of Soros Fund Management has elevated its role in radio, the o ... Read More.
Fact Check: Voter ID Claims in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Arizona Debunked by Texas's Secretary of State
Online claims say that the number of people registered to vote without a picture ID is rising in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Arizona because of illegal immigrants. But Texas’s secretary of state has denie ... Read More.
Former President Trump's Lawyers Sue Judge Ahead of Hush Money Case Trial
According to court records, lawyers for former President Donald Trump sued the judge in charge of his criminal hush money case on Monday, just one week before the trial was set to start. ... Read More.
Vatican Warns Against Gender-Affirming Surgery and Surrogacy: A Threat to Human Dignity
The Vatican deems gender-affirming surgery and surrogacy as grave threats to human dignity, equating them to abortion and suicide in opposition to God’s plan for life. Pope Francis recently signed a 20 ... Read More.
NYC Settles Hijab Lawsuit: $17.5M Compensation for Women Forced to Remove Headscarves
New York City settles lawsuit with women forced to remove hijabs for mug shots. City to pay $17.5 million to affected individuals in class action case, offering payments between $7,000 and $13,000. ... Read More.
US Company Halts Egg Production Due to Bird Flu Outbreak in Texas
A US egg company halted operations at a Texas plant due to H5N1 bird flu. Cal-Maine Foods culled 1.6M egg-laying hens and 337K young hens (3.6% of total) after detecting the virus. ... Watch Now.

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