Judge Orders Laura Loomer and Her Company to Pay More Than $120,000 in Attorneys’ Fees Over Lawsuit Against Muslim Rights Group
Ryan Mays, Sailor Accused of Starting Bonhomme Richard Ship Fire, Says He Was 'Set Up'
The Navy filed charges against a then-unnamed sailor accused of starting a blaze on the USS Bonhomme Richard, which began on July 12, 2020.
Revealed: Dems took millions from real estate developers before allowing eviction moratorium to end
"Real estate developer money unites the Democratic Party"
U.S. Weighs Requiring Vaccinations for All Foreign Visitors
The U.S. is considering a plan to require all foreign visitors to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, according to a White House official.
Media attorney: It's time to release names of Chauvin jurors
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A coalition of news media outlets has asked the judge who oversaw the trial of Derek Chauvin to release the identities of jurors who convicted him in the death of George Floyd, saying there is no known threat to juror safety that...
Cuomo impeachment process could take months, legislators warn
Biden taps Brzezinski son as Poland ambassador amid reported row
Apple's upcoming iPhone 13 is rumored have a longer battery life
Ron DeSantis Plays Disaster Politics as Florida Again Reels From Coronavirus
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Manhattan DA Vance among prosecutors seeking info on Cuomo sexual harassment claims
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Eviction moratorium: What the Supreme Court and lower courts have (and have not) said
Assailant in Pentagon police killing was booted out of Marines, recently arrested
US to require foreign travelers to be vaccinated when restrictions lift
Texas GOP Official Mocked COVID Five Days Before He Died of Virus
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Cryptocurrency tax changes spark clash between White House, key Democratic senator
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Andrew Cuomo faces near-certain impeachment if he doesn't quit, then state Senate trial
Help or 'get out of the way,' Biden says to GOP governors on combatting pandemic