A deadlocked ruling on whether Florida Rep. Byron Donalds (R) inappropriately used money raised for a state race in his Congressional campaign may pave the way for another rising star in Florida – governor and 2024 hopeful Ron DeSantis
The personal information of every Californian who was granted or denied a concealed and carry weapons (CCW) permit between 2011 and 2021 was exposed on a new state dashboard. California Attorney General Bob Bonta said he was “deeply disturbed and angered” by the blunder.
Vote is latest action to acknowledge that theory that COVID-19 leaked from Wuhan research lab — once censored as preposterous and by news organizations, social media giants — is viable enough for government to vote with its pocketbook.
U.S. Special President Envoy for Hostage Affairs Roger Carstens was part of the delegation that visited the South American country
That members of Congress become lobbyists after leaving office is “no secret” but an increasing number have begun representing foreign interests, including those with authoritarian governments
The head of the GAESA business monopoly and one of the most powerful men of the Castro regime died of cardiorespiratory arrest
Cities and states can apply for federal aid over the next five years to help reverse the harm caused by the construction of roadways
Cheney will likely be the target of severe criticism by the four challengers in the race.
The Biden administration plans to add more bases, assets, and soldiers in Poland, Romania, the U.K., Germany, Italy, Spain, and the Baltics
President Joe Biden has said the White House will not deploy U.S. troops to Ukraine, but there may be intelligence assets and agents providing support
ABC, NBC News: U.S. Secret Service to dispute Cassidy Hutchinson Jan. 6 account, sources say Trump did not attack agent or reach for wheel
The reports surfaced quickly after Cassidy’s damning testimony and after the U.S. Secret Service released a statement saying that its agents will testify before the Jan 6. House select committee