Politics

Ukraine's Bold Claim: New York Times in Kremlin's Pocket?
Russian secret services allegedly hire New York Times journalists covering the Russia-Ukraine conflict, according to Kiev’s information warfare agency. The state-run Center for Countering Disinformatio ... Read More.
Unveiled: Federal Judge Orders Release of 177 Names Linked to Jeffrey Epstein's Conviction
In 2024, as part of the unsealing of court documents, a federal judge has ordered the disclosure of the names of 177 individuals who were associated with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. ... Read More.
Rudy Giuliani Ordered to Pay $148 Million: Legal Blow for Former NYC Mayor in Georgia Election Case
In a recent legal development, Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City, has been directed to pay a substantial amount of $148 million to two former election workers from Georgia. These individ ... Read More.
Supreme Court to Review Petition: Can Former President Trump be Prosecuted for Election Involvement?
The Supreme Court has recently decided to prioritize the review of a petition submitted by special counsel Jack Smith. This petition raises the question of whether former President Donald Trump can be ... Watch Now.
Elon Musk Seeks Public Vote on Restoring Alex Jones' Account, Citing Commitment to Free Speech
Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly known as Twitter, has requested that the public vote on whether or not to restore Infowars host Alex Jones’ account. Musk stated that upholding the ban on Jones woul ... Read More.
Kevin McCarthy, Former House Speaker, to Resign from Congress by Year's End
On Wednesday, Kevin McCarthy, the former House Speaker, announced his decision to resign from Congress by the end of the year. ... Watch Now.
Rep. McHenry Decides Not to Seek Reelection, Posing Challenges for Republicans
On Tuesday, North Carolina Representative Patrick McHenry made the decision to not seek reelection to his seat next year. McHenry had previously served as the temporary presiding officer of the US Hous ... Read More.
US Fed Anticipates Prolonged Period of High Interest Rates | Report
The Federal Reserve made an announcement on November 1 regarding the decision to maintain interest rates at a 22-year high for the second consecutive meeting. This decision is part of the Fed’s strateg ... Read More.
"Squad" Democrats Seek Rep. Hakeem Jeffries' Support to Defend Against Pro-Israel Criticism
House “Squad” Democrats are seeking the support of House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) in order to defend themselves against potential criticism from pro-Israel Democrats. ... Read More.
Organization EVP Donald Trump Jr. Takes Stand in Fraud Trial Involving Trump Family
On November 13, Donald Trump Jr., who holds the position of executive vice president at the Trump Organization, appeared as the initial witness for the defense in a fraud trial. The trial involves alle ... Read More.
Prosecutors Reject Trump's Bid to Televise Trial, Cite Potential Media Circus
US prosecutors oppose Donald Trump’s request to televise his trial on charges of conspiring to overturn the 2020 election, arguing it would turn the trial into a media spectacle. Trump’s legal team rec ... Read More.
Bipartisan House Censures Representative Rashida Tlaib for Controversial Remarks on Israel-Hamas Conflict
In a significant development, the House of Representatives made the decision to censure Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib from Michigan. This action is particularly noteworthy as Tlaib is the sol ... Read More.
NY Judge's Shock Ruling: Trump's Real Estate Empire Built on Fraud
Judge Engoron ruled in a civil lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general. The former president and his company were found guilty of deceptive practices, including inflating asset values and exagge ... Read More.
McCarthy Announces Plan to Keep $300M Ukraine Aid In Pentagon Funding Bill: Find Out Why
During a press conference held in the Capitol, Speaker Kevin McCarthy informed reporters about his decision to retain the $300 million of Ukraine aid within the bill. He explained that he arrived at th ... Read More.
Senator Menendez Indicted Again: $480k Cash Found in Residence, Second Bribery Charge in Six Years
In June 2022, federal agents conducted a search on the residence of the New Jersey senator as stated in the indictment. During this search, they discovered what is being referred to as the “fruits” of ... Watch Now.

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