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Republicans who backed Trump Jan. 6 probe face fierce backlash at the polls
Republicans who backed Trump Jan. 6 probe face fierce backlash at the polls

The votes have fueled a growing anti-incumbent mood among GOP voters that has hit other incumbents too.

Opinion | A Grand Compromise on Abortion
Opinion | A Grand Compromise on Abortion

Unless Congress steps in, a patchwork of state laws will tear the country apart.

Biden May Nominate Anti-Abortion Lawyer For Judgeship In Deal With McConnell: Reports
Biden May Nominate Anti-Abortion Lawyer For Judgeship In Deal With McConnell: Reports

The deal, first reported by the Louisville Courier-Journal, would see McConnell promise not to hold up any of Biden's future federal nominations.

Former White House chief of staff says Trump should be most worried about evidence the January 6 panel may have for obstruction of justice
Former White House chief of staff says Trump should be most worried about evidence the January 6 panel may have for obstruction of justice

Mick Mulvaney wrote an op-ed article saying Donald Trump could be the next politician to learn "it usually isn't the crime" but rather "the cover-up."

Joe Biden wraps up six-day European trip overshadowed by events back home
Joe Biden wraps up six-day European trip overshadowed by events back home

President Joe Biden will close out his trip to Spain and Germany by holding a news conference before returning to the United States.

Climate concerns grow as US helps Europe replace Russian gas
Climate concerns grow as US helps Europe replace Russian gas

Amos Hochstein, President Joe Biden's point man for global energy problems, says he knows that transitioning away from the climate-wrecking pollution of...

About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll
About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll

About half of Americans believe former President Donald Trump should be charged with a crime for his role in the U.S. Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021, a new...

Breyer Officially Retires From Supreme Court Thursday, Clearing Way For Jackson
Breyer Officially Retires From Supreme Court Thursday, Clearing Way For Jackson

"It has been my great honor to participate as a judge in the effort to maintain our Constitution and the Rule of Law," the justice wrote to President Joe...

Jon Stewart: This Is the Moment GOP Ditches Trump for DeSantis
Jon Stewart: This Is the Moment GOP Ditches Trump for DeSantis

Apple TV+On the same day that Joe Rogan endorsed Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for president in 2024, Jon Stewart convened a "special emergency session" of...

'Certainly possible': Illinois governor says Biden could face primary challenge

Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker told NBC News "it's certainly possible" that President Biden could face a primary challenge should he run for re-election in 2024.

GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger Suggests Lauren Boebert
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger Suggests Lauren Boebert's Views Akin To 'Christian Taliban'

The Colorado Republican recently suggested she believes "the church is supposed to direct the government."

Republican Party must choose between Trump and the Constitution, Liz Cheney says in California speech
Republican Party must choose between Trump and the Constitution, Liz Cheney says in California speech

Rep. Liz Cheney said at California's Reagan library that the Republican Party cannot be loyal to both Trump and the Constitution: 'We must choose.'

Senate Democrats see
Senate Democrats see 'major progress' on Biden agenda bill, hope for July vote

Senate Democrats are close to a deal to lower prescription drug costs as part of a larger party-line package to advance a number of Biden's economic...

'Domestic threat:' Liz Cheney says Republicans must abandon Donald Trump

Cheney called the former president a clear and present threat to both the Republican Party party and to American democracy at large.

This Progressive Insists He Can Beat Rand Paul. Why Are Dems Ignoring Him?
This Progressive Insists He Can Beat Rand Paul. Why Are Dems Ignoring Him?

Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/APTwo years after nearly causing a major upset in Democratic politics, it is Charles Booker's turn to be...

January 6 committee subpoenas former Trump counsel Pat Cipollone
January 6 committee subpoenas former Trump counsel Pat Cipollone

In a dramatic escalation, the panel looks to the former White House aide to testify on Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel
Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection issued a subpoena Wednesday to former White House counsel Pat Cipollone, who is said to have...

Cassidy Hutchinson
Cassidy Hutchinson's Jan. 6 testimony comes under increased scrutiny

Republicans and other sources are rebutting elements of former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before the Jan. 6 committee, handing Donald...

Is Conservative Media Breaking Up With Ex-Lover Trump?
Is Conservative Media Breaking Up With Ex-Lover Trump?

Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyFollowing the bombshell testimony of former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson at Tuesday's...

1/6 hearings fuel the question: Did Trump commit a crime?
1/6 hearings fuel the question: Did Trump commit a crime?

The House Jan. 6 committee has heard dramatic testimony from former White House aides and others about Donald Trump's relentless efforts to overturn the 2020...

Democratic Rep. Vicente Gonzalez of Texas appears to violate a federal conflict-of-interest law with late disclosure of a mining stock sale
Democratic Rep. Vicente Gonzalez of Texas appears to violate a federal conflict-of-interest law with late disclosure of a mining stock sale

Gonzalez is one of 65 members of Congress who have violated the STOCK Act, a federal conflict-of-interest law.

Donald Trump released from contempt order in New York civil probe
Donald Trump released from contempt order in New York civil probe

NEW YORK (Reuters) -Donald Trump was formally released on Wednesday from an order finding him in contempt of court for having failed to comply with a...

High court noon: Jackson to be sworn in as Breyer retires
High court noon: Jackson to be sworn in as Breyer retires

Nearly three months after she won confirmation to the Supreme Court, Ketanji Brown Jackson is officially becoming a justice. Jackson, 51, will be sworn as...

New York governor: State to limit where guns can be carried
New York governor: State to limit where guns can be carried

New York will ban people from carrying firearms into many places of business unless the owners put up a sign explicitly saying guns are welcome, Gov. Kathy...

Mark Meadows, Rudy Giuliani deny asking for pardons
Mark Meadows, Rudy Giuliani deny asking for pardons

Rudy Giuliani, a longtime ally of former President Donald Trump, and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows are denying allegations that they sought

U.S. Capitol riot panel faces questions over aide
U.S. Capitol riot panel faces questions over aide's dramatic testimony

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A congressional probe into the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol by Donald Trump supporters faced questions on Wednesday about what...

1st Native American treasurer to push economic development
1st Native American treasurer to push economic development

Mohegan Chief Marilynn "Lynn" Malerba, the nation's first Native American U.S. treasurer, comes from a line of chiefs who instilled in her the need to keep...

Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert and Miller win primaries
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert and Miller win primaries

Two of Congress' staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist challengers to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday.

Scott Pruitt, Trump
Scott Pruitt, Trump's Disgraced Former EPA Chief, Gets Crushed In Senate Primary

The Republican had a history of electoral success in Oklahoma and widespread name recognition, but didn't get out of single digits on Tuesday.

Leaders of U.S., South Korea and Japan agree closer cooperation over North Korea threat
Leaders of U.S., South Korea and Japan agree closer cooperation over North Korea threat

The leaders of the United States, South Korea and Japan on Wednesday expressed deep concern over North Korea's missile tests and said they would cooperate...

Justice Breyer says his retirement from Supreme Court effective Thursday as historic term ends
Justice Breyer says his retirement from Supreme Court effective Thursday as historic term ends

Justice Stephen Breyer announced in a letter to President Joe Biden his retirement from the high court is effective tomorrow.

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to step down Thursday
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to step down Thursday

Justice Stephen Breyer will retire from the Supreme Court on Thursday at noon, he said in a letter to President Joe Biden on Wednesday.

Environmental groups sue to block Biden administration oil and gas auctions
Environmental groups sue to block Biden administration oil and gas auctions

The legal action comes as the Department of the Interior holds auctions that were effectively compelled by a federal judge last year. The ruling a year ago ...

Biden administration holding its first onshore oil sales
Biden administration holding its first onshore oil sales

The U.S. government this week is holding its first onshore oil and gas drilling lease auctions since President Joe Biden took office after a federal court...

Secret Service: Jan. 6 committee didn
Secret Service: Jan. 6 committee didn't reach out before Hutchinson's explosive Trump testimony

The agency says it got no outreach for 10 days before the committee aired testimony about Donald Trump's behavior in the presidential vehicle on Jan. 6.

Opinion | Why Are Democrats Letting Republicans Steamroll Them?
Opinion | Why Are Democrats Letting Republicans Steamroll Them?

For too long, the GOP has busted norms with no consequences.

U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Supreme Court's Breyer will officially retire on Thursday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will officially retire on Thursday, paving the way for President Joe Biden's...

Biden unlikely to meet bold Democrat demands after abortion ruling -sources
Biden unlikely to meet bold Democrat demands after abortion ruling -sources

The White House is unlikely to take up the bold steps to protect women's right to have an abortion that Democratic lawmakers have called for in recent days, ...

Biden administration throws support behind potential F-16 sale to Turkey
Biden administration throws support behind potential F-16 sale to Turkey

The Biden administration threw its support on Wednesday behind the potential sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey, a day after Ankara lifted a veto of NATO...

Democratic Rep. Alan Lowenthal is one of Congress
Democratic Rep. Alan Lowenthal is one of Congress' most active stock traders, and he just violated a federal conflicts-of-interest law. Again.

Congress is actively debating whether to ban members of Congress from buying and selling individual stocks because of ethical and legal concerns.

Funds for climate justice flow to groups around the U.S.
Funds for climate justice flow to groups around the U.S.

Fourteen environmental justice organizations from around the United States have begun to receive money under the Justice40 initiative, a business accelerator...

A President Untethered
A President Untethered

WASHINGTON - He flung his lunch across the room, smashing the plate in a fit of anger as ketchup dripped down the wall. He appeared to endorse supporters who...

Cassidy Hutchinson
Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony Highlights Legal Risks for Trump

It was one of the most dramatic moments in a presentation filled with them: Just before President Donald Trump went onstage near the White House last year...

A former
A former 'The Apprentice' contestant who first pitched Truth Social to Trump has left the company behind the app, report says

Andy Dean Litinsky pitched Truth Social to Donald Trump in January 2021 with fellow "The Apprentice" castmember Wes Moss, reports say.

Lawyer who left Jan. 6 panel seeking Missouri US Senate seat
Lawyer who left Jan. 6 panel seeking Missouri US Senate seat

An attorney who held key roles in the George W. Bush administration and who left his post last week as a senior investigator for the U.S. House committee...

At NATO summit, Biden announces permanent U.S. troop presence in Poland, increased support for eastern Europe
At NATO summit, Biden announces permanent U.S. troop presence in Poland, increased support for eastern Europe

President Joe Biden said at a NATO summit in Madrid that the United States would send additional troops to eastern Europe.

Biden commits to more U.S. forces in Europe as NATO invites Sweden and Finland to join
Biden commits to more U.S. forces in Europe as NATO invites Sweden and Finland to join

At a NATO gathering in Madrid, Biden emphasizes that the alliance is committed to defending 'every inch' of territory under its charter.

Jan. 6 takeaways: An angry Trump pushed to go to Capitol, counsel warned of
Jan. 6 takeaways: An angry Trump pushed to go to Capitol, counsel warned of 'every charge imaginable'

Cassidy Hutchinson gave riveting testimony of Trump's rage and push to go to the Capitol after he whipped his supporters into a frenzy Jan. 6, 2021.

Citing Russia threat, Biden bolsters long-term U.S. military presence in Europe
Citing Russia threat, Biden bolsters long-term U.S. military presence in Europe

MADRID (Reuters) -The United States will create a new permanent army headquarters in Poland and increase its long-term military presence across the length...

US boosting military presence in Europe amid Russia threat
US boosting military presence in Europe amid Russia threat

President Joe Biden said Wednesday the U.S. will significantly expand its military presence in Europe, the latest example of how Russia's invasion of Ukraine...


Secret Service: 'We Were Not Asked' to Confirm Hutchinson's Story

The Secret Service's communications chief stated on Wednesday the agency was not asked to corroborate Cassidy Hutchinson's Tuesday testimony.

CNN Peddles Debunked Cassidy Hutchinson's Narrative as 'a Bombshell'

Hutchinson's testimony spun before the partisan January 6 Committee continued to be peddled by CNN on Wednesday as "a bombshell" revelation.

Watch?Washington State Church Vandalized: 'Religion of Hate'

A church in Bellevue, Washington, was recently vandalized with stones and graffiti, leading to the arrest of a 31-year-old man.

White House Promotes Website Advising Children About Hiding Abortions from Parents

The White House responded to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade by promoting a website advising children how to hide their abortions.

DHS Chief Alejandro Mayorkas Jeered for Hiding His Role in Migrant Truck Deaths

Biden's border chief is hiding his role in the deaths of 51 migrants, who climbed into a sealed truck on a dangerous journey to U.S. jobs.

CNN's Wallace Praises Cassidy Hutchinson Testimony -- 'She Was Just Brilliant'

CNN's Chris Wallace on Tuesday touted former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before the House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol. | Clips

Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

Mexico’s government issued approximately 3,000 travel permits to members of a migrant caravan that arrived over the weekend in Chiapas.

Florida's Parental Rights in Education Law Will Force Teachers to Take LGBT Propaganda Out of Classrooms

Florida's Parental Rights in Education law will force teachers to remove blatant LGBT propaganda from their classrooms.

Nolte: Disappointed NY Times Admits There Was No 'Roe v. Wade Bounce' in Tuesday Elections

The far-left New York Times was forced to admit that there was no abortion bounce for Democrats in Tuesday night's primary elections.

Poll: 78% Believe Nation on Wrong Track, Up 27 Points Under Biden

Seventy-eight percent believe President Joe Biden's America is on the wrong track, increasing over 25 points since Biden took office.

Breitbart News Daily Podcast Ep. 166: January 6 Committee Clown Show Reaches New Low; Guests: Brandon Darby and Jaco Booyens on Disorder at the Border

Filmmaker and activist Jaco Booyens discusses his fight against sex trafficking.

Nolte: How Many Strikes Before Fox News Is Out, Y'all…?

The serial lying Fox News is not only the number one cable news outlet in America; it is frequently the number one overall cable. Why?

California Bill Would Require Websites to Verify Users' IDs

The California state legislature is considering a bill that would require websites and apps to authenticate the age of every user before allowing them access, a move that lawmakers say is aimed at protecting children, but would in effect end online anonymity in the state.

California DOJ Data Leak Revealed Names, Addresses of All the State's Concealed Carry Permit Holders

A California Department of Justice data leak Monday revealed names, addresses, ages, and other information related to the state's concealed carry permit holders.

Even Worse: Economy Shrank 1.6% as Inflation Battered Consumers in First Quarter

Inflation was a much bigger drag on consumer spending than was thought. | Economy

Pollak: L.A. Times' 8 'Bombshells' from Hutchinson Testimony Are All Duds

The Times published eight "bombshells" -- some of which were soon debunked, some of which remain dubious, and some of which were old.

Polling Suggests Dobbs Decision Won't Help Democrats in November

Polling showed the Supreme Court’s Dobbs opinion would not help the Democrats win over the support of voters in the November election.

Nancy Pelosi Receives Holy Communion at Papal Mass in Vatican

Nancy Pelosi attended Mass in the Vatican Wednesday and received Communion not from the pope but from another priest assisting at the Mass. | Faith

Watch: Joe Biden Exits When Asked About 51 Migrant Deaths in Texas

President Joe Biden fled his news conference Tuesday when asked by reporters about the 51 migrants who were found dead.

After Blocking, Turkey Lifts Objections to Sweden NATO Membership

Turkey agreed Tuesday to lift its opposition to Sweden and Finland's application to join NATO, triggered by the war in Ukraine.

Never Trumpers, Ex-Staffers Fall for Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony

Never Trumpers and disgruntled former White House staffers fell hard for Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony on Capitol Hill Tuesday.

Cassidy Hutchinson Testimony: Third-hand Hearsay, Later Contradicted

The committee found out the hard way: hearsay is not a formality. It protects the rights of the accused and the credibility of the evidence.

Biden Weighs Setting Up Abortion Clinics on Federal Lands in Red States

The Biden administration is considering setting up abortion providers on federal land in red states, according to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra.

GOP Incumbent Guest Defeats Conservative Cassidy in Runoff

Rep. Michael Guest (R-MS) has defeated his conservative challenger Michael Cassidy in the Republican primary runoff election.

January 6 Committee Credibility Implodes After Hutchinson Testimony

The January 6 Committee's credibility suffered a serious blow on Tuesday when reports contradicted Hutchinson's testimony.

FNC's Bret Baier: Hutchinson's 'Stunning' Testimony Moved the Ball

Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier said Tuesday on his network's coverage of today's hearing by the House Select Committee investigating January 6, 2021 that the testimony was "stunning" and moved the ball. | Clips

*** Election Night Livewire *** Final Major Night of Primaries Before August Suggests Bigger Red Wave

Voters in several states head to the polls Tuesday in the final major primary election night before a few big elections upcoming in August.

Secret Service Agent to Testify Trump Did Not Try to Steal Suburban

The lead Secret Service agent in charge of President Trump's detail on January 6 will reportedly contradict Cassidy Hutchinson.

Trump Refutes Claim About Wanting People with Weapons at J6 Rally

Donald Trump refuted Hutchinson's claims that he wanted individuals with weapons allowed at the January 6 rally to bolster crowd size.

John Dean: Hutchinson Testimony Showed Trump's 'Criminality' - Grand Jury Next

John Dean, the ex-White House counsel for Richard Nixon, said on CNN's coverage of today’s hearing by the House Select Committee investigating January 6, 2021 that the testimony from Mark Meadows’ former aide Cassidy Hutchinson proves former President Donald Trump's criminality. | Clips

Trump Mocks Claim He Tried to Grab Steering Wheel of Limo on Jan. 6

Former President Donald Trump ridiculed testimony from a former White House aide, Cassidy Hutchison, about his actions on January 6th.

Trump Denies Hutchinson Allegations He Threw Food at White House Wall

Trump denied Cassidy Hutchinson's allegations that he threw food in the White House's dining room in response to an interview.

Hillary Clinton: Justice Thomas Has 'Been a Person of Grievance for as Long as I Have Known Him' -- 'Women Will Die'

On Tuesday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slammed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas over his opinion that the court should reconsider past rulings on contraception and same-sex marriage. | Clips

John Eastman Alleges Feds Seized his Phone as Part of Jan 6 Investigation

John Eastman accused the federal government of unlawfully seizing and searching his phone, according to a recent court filing.

White House Claims 'Border Is Closed' After 46 Migrants Found Dead in Truck Trailer in San Antonio

The White House on Tuesday claimed the Southern border was "closed" after 46 migrants were found dead in a truck trailer in San Antonio.

Government to Restart Coal Plant After Power Company Tsars' Warning

After a warning from the head of three power companies, the government has announced that it will restart a coal-fired plant this winter.

'I Call It a Hate Crime': Jane’s Revenge Strikes Michigan Pro-Life Group

Vandalism, a 1931 abortion ban, and a potential ballot measure codifying a "right to abortion" are colliding in Michigan.

PHOTOS: Historic Church in WV Burned Down in Suspected Arson

A historic church in West Virginia was destroyed recently in what may have been arson, and neighbors are deeply disturbed by the news.

South Africa Mystery: At Least 21 Children Aged 13-17 Found Dead at Pub

Government officials in South Africa's Eastern Cape province said at least 21 teenagers were "found dead" at a bar on Sunday morning.

Gavin Newsom, Democrats to Send Cash to California Residents to Buy Gas

Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) and the Democrat-run state legislature struck a deal to send cash rebates to California families to buy gas.

Watch-- Democrat Lori Lightfoot at Pride Parade: 'F*ck Clarence Thomas'

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) targeted Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas with vulgar language at a Saturday pride parade.

47 Migrants Found Dead in Abandoned Trailer in Texas Smuggling Incident

Police near San Antonio report that 42 migrants are dead and at least 18 others were transported to local hospitals after being locked inside a tractor-trailer. Officials found the tractor-trailer on the southwest side of San Antonio on a back road near Interstate 35.

Joe Leaves Hunter Biden Voicemail About Deal with Chinese Businessman

President Joe Biden left Hunter Biden a voicemail in 2018 about a business deal with Chinese energy giant CEFC.

Biden Greenlights Colorado Giving Health Insurance to Illegal Aliens

President Joe Biden's federal agencies have greenlit a plan by Colorado officials to provide subsidized health insurance to illegal aliens.

Harris: 'I Never Believed' Gorsuch, Kavanaugh Senate Testimony on Roe

Vice President Kamala Harris said Monday on CNN's "The Lead" that she never believed the testimony by then Judges Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh at their Supreme Court Senate confirmation hearings, saying they respected the precedent of Roe v. Wade as settled law. | Clips

Harris: Administration 'Looking at' Travel Vouchers for Women to Receive Abortions

Vice President Kamala Harris said Monday on CNN's "The Lead" that in response to the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the Biden administration was "looking at" giving vouchers for travel expenses to women who leave their state to receive an abortion. | Clips

VP Harris: 13 States Not Having Abortion Rape Exception 'Absolutely Unthinkable'

Vice President Kamala Harris said Monday on CNN's "The Lead" that the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade has trigger laws in 13 states banning abortion without exceptions, including cases of rape or incest, was "absolutely unthinkable." | Clips

VP Harris: 'Shocking' SCOTUS Took a 'Constitutional Right' Away from Women

Vice President Kamala Harris said Monday on CNN's "The Lead" the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade was shocking because it took away a "constitutional right that has been recognized for half a century." | Clips

The Federalist: January 6 Committee Caught Lying About Ken Klukowski

The January 6 Committee “fraudulently portrayed an innocent DOJ attorney as complicit in a conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election, and did so with malice,” The Federalist’s Margot Cleveland concludes.

Jordan: SCOTUS Dobbs Decision a 'Victory over the Intimidation Tactics of the Left'

Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Sunday touted the Supreme Court's ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, which overturned the high court's 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling. | Clips

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