GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger says a January 6 committee subpoena for Trump would become 'a circus' but remains a possibility
Judge agrees to delay sentencing of former Gaetz associate as cooperation continues
A judge has agreed to delay the sentencing of former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg as Greenberg cooperates with the probe into Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz.
MacBook Pro 2021 brings back MagSafe and more: Here's everything you can plug into Apple's new MacBooks
You can connect a lot to the new MacBook Pro. Here's what you need to know about it.
Sinclair Broadcast Group hit by ransomware attack
Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest TV station operators in the US, said Monday that a ransomware incident is disrupting some of its office and operational networks.
D.C. Pulls 60 Percent of Its Metro Fleet After Design Flaw Causes Derailment
The trains' wheels were positioned too wide on the axles, which could cause a train to slip off the tracks.
Retirements mount as House Democrats try to defend their majority in the 2022 midterms
At least seven House Democrats, compared with three Republicans, will not run for reelection in the 2022 midterms.
Trump Dodges Questions in Marathon Deposition Over Protest Violence, Lawyer Says
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A police watchdog in New York recommends discipline for 65 NYPD officers accused of misconduct during BLM protests
Trump says he wouldn't need vaccine mandates and would convince people: 'I would sell it'
State IG launches investigations into end of Afghanistan operations
'Leadership is solving problems': General Colin Powell's rules for leadership and more
Lebanon Hezbollah chief says movement has 100,000 fighters
Netflix is BACK for thousands hit by an outage
What Colin Powell's COVID-19 Death Says About the Current State of the Pandemic
Biden Admin Files Emergency Petition with SCOTUS to Stop ‘Clearly Unconstitutional’ Abortion Ban, Wants Court to Hear Arguments This Term
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LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam
Global Rule of Law Declines During Pandemic, Study Shows