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Jill Biden calls Trump ‘dangerous’ and ‘a bully’ in speech to LGBT group

First lady Jill Biden took aim at former President Donald Trump on Friday while speaking to an LGBT advocacy group. “Donald Trump is a bully,” she said at the Human Rights Campaign’s Equality in Action event. “He is dangerous to the LGBTQ community, to our families, to our country, and we cannot let him win. […]

Katie Hobbs accuses GOP of ‘political opportunism’ amid abortion law

Gov. Katie Hobbs (D-AZ) claimed the newest abortion ban in Arizona was exactly what Republican leaders wanted in their efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade. Hobbs appeared on ABC’s The View on Friday to discuss her opinion on her state making abortion illegal even in the case of rape and incest. The only exception is […]

Democrats trying to keep Trump off ballot shocked GOP would return fire

Democrats are somehow routinely shocked when their partisan power grabs are met with GOP retaliation despite the Democratic Party coming out on the worse end of these exchanges several times in the past decade. The GOP retaliation now is taking the form of Ohio and Alabama threatening to exclude President Joe Biden from the ballot […]

EcoHealth Alliance email release confirms Fauci aide used private account to discuss COVID

Private research organization EcoHealth Alliance voluntarily released private emails on Friday confirming that the top aide to then-National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci used his personal Gmail account to conduct business regarding the origins of COVID-19. The publication of the emails comes following a letter sent from the House Select Subcommittee […]

Biden administration raises cost for oil and gas drilling on public lands for first time in decades

Interior officials said the final rule is the first update to the U.S. oil and gas leasing program in decades.

Four ways Democrats can fight GOP officials warning Biden might not make it on the ballot in November

Democrats aren’t happy with warnings that the dates for their nominating convention aren’t aligning with the calendars of two red states’ top election officials. Republican secretaries of state in Ohio and Alabama warned Democrats that President Joe Biden may not appear on the ballot in November because the Democratic National Convention is scheduled for after […]

Detroit gas station owner hit with federal charges following fentanyl bust

A gas station owner in Detroit is facing myriad federal charges after more than 90 pounds of fentanyl was discovered inside his stash house, officials said. Barry Willis, 55, is facing charges including possession with the intent to distribute more than 400 grams of fentanyl, possession of a firearm in the furtherance of drug trafficking, […]

House passes FISA renewal capping months of GOP infighting

The House voted to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act on Friday, a win for national security hawks that brings an end to months of standstills and infighting in the GOP over how to reform the key surveillance tool. Lawmakers passed the newest version of the legislation, 273 to 147, that includes […]

DeSantis removes civilian review boards jurisdiction over police complaints

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has signed a bill that removed civilian review boards from overseeing complaints against law enforcement. HB 601 will affect 21 jurisdictions in Florida where civilians are currently in charge of investigations into local police officers when a complaint is filed against them. Instead, review boards such as these will require that […]

Michael Cohen drops ominous warning about Trump’s plans in a second term

Michael Cohen never thought former President Donald Trump would be able to handle losing the 2020 election, and in 2018, he correctly predicted he would rebel. For 2024, Trump’s former attorney shared a similar, yet more grave, warning that if he wins, Trump will never allow for a free election again. In an interview with […]
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