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21/02/2024
Fox news: Poll shows Biden's lead over Trump shrinking in 2024 matchup as concerns over physical fitness grow...
President Biden holds a slight lead in a hypothetical 2020 rematch against former President Donald Trump, as concerns continue to grow over Biden's fitness. [Read more]
17/02/2024
Voa news: Trump, Company Fined $364.9 Million, Banned From Doing Business in New York...
A ruling was delivered Friday in the New York civil fraud trial involving Donald Trump. The decision marks a major setback for the former president, whose legal battles have continued to unfold since [Read more]
21/02/2024
Huffingtonpost: Republicans Haul In President's Brother For Impeachment Questioning...
James Biden worked with the president's son, Hunter Biden, on business deals with foreign nationals, but said Joe Biden had nothing to do with that. [Read more]
21/02/2024
Cbs news: Ex-FBI informant claims Russian intelligence contacts...
Prosecutors reveal a former FBI informant, involved in providing false evidence against the Biden family, claimed liaising with Russian intelligence. Hunter Biden's legal team argues this revelation u [Read more]
21/02/2024
New York times: Haley Says ‘Embryos, to Me, Are Babies,' in Response to Alabama Court Ruling...
The former South Carolina governor has walked a fine line on reproductive medicine during the Republican presidential primary. [Read more]
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22/02/2024
Divisions in the Democrat Party's progressive wing are continuing to deepen in the wake of the Oct. 7 Hamas attacks in Israel, forcing some pro-Israel Democrats out of key factions. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Former President Donald Trump announced he's supporting California Assemblyman Vince Fong in the crowded race to replace ousted ex-Speaker Kevin McCarthy. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Democratic Gov. Tony Ever's veto on a bill to fight PFAS or "forever chemicals" means that the $125M set aside by lawmakers will remain unspent. [Read more]
22/02/2024
A federal appeals court blocked an Obama-era moratorium on federal coal leasing issued in 2016 as part of an effort to transition U.S. energy to green sources. [Read more]
22/02/2024
NEW YORK — Donald Trump won't face the “corporate death penalty,' as one of his lawyer's called the potential outcome, after all. A New York judge on Friday spared the ex-president that worst case punishment as he ruled in a civil case alleging Trump fraudulently misrepresented financial figures to get cheaper loans and other benef [Read more]
22/02/2024
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Just blocks from the shuttered Bethlehem Steel plant, the Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley was bustling on a recent day with scores of older people eating lunch. Downstairs, out of sight, a constant stream of visitors was shopping in its massive food pantry. Over the past seven months, the number of visitors to the pan [Read more]
22/02/2024
Washington — The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal from Sidney Powell and other lawyers allied with former President Donald Trump over $150,000 in sanctions they were ordered to pay for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results in Michigan.  The justices did not comment in leaving i [Read more]
22/02/2024
NEW YORK — Occupants of the White House have grumbled over news coverage practically since the place was built. Now it's U.S. President Joe Biden's turn: With a reelection campaign underway, there are signs that those behind the president are starting to more aggressively and publicly challenge how he is portrayed.  Within the past [Read more]
22/02/2024
The first round of forgiveness under the new plan will clear $1.2 billion in loans. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Haley has previously backed and proposed legislation that would restrict reproductive rights. [Read more]
22/02/2024
One employee was told if they wore "BLM" on their uniforms, then management would have to let others wear swastikas, according to trial testimony. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Pennsylvania's highest court is ruling that Republican state lawmakers can no longer try to enforce a subpoena for election records that they issued in 2021. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Attorneys for Hunter Biden called the charges part of a "selective and vindictive prosecution" compromised by politics. [Read more]
22/02/2024
The Supreme Court's conservative majority appears skeptical of the federal government's argument that the Environmental Protection Agency should be allowed to continue enforcing its anti-air-pollution rule in 11 states. [Read more]
22/02/2024
President Biden's brother told lawmakers that the president "never had any involvement" in the family's business dealings. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Rep. Ro Khanna is meeting in his personal capacity with Arab American and Muslim leaders in Michigan this week to discuss U.S. policy toward Israel. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Several conservative justices were skeptical of the administration's “good neighbor' rule on cross-state pollution, meant to protect downwind states from harmful emissions. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Nearly 10 percent of South Carolina voters were not in the state when Nikki Haley left office in 2017, and many newcomers brought with them an affection for Donald Trump. [Read more]
22/02/2024
She dismissed speculation about her motives behind staying in the race, and has encouraged supporters to stick with her until the end, whenever that may be. [Read more]
22/02/2024
With the latest round of relief, the Biden administration has canceled $138 billion of student debt for nearly 3.9 million borrowers. [Read more]