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Nov 03 2022
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Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was hospitalized after being attacked at his San Francisco home Friday. An intruder, who was reportedly looking for Nancy, broke into the home and confronted Pelosi in hisAllSides Staff
Sep 12 2023
In a letter to families, the district said a "data security incident may have resulted in unauthorized access to and acquisition of student data." However, the district says it is "unaware of any fraudulent misuse of your data." The district learned of "suspicious activity" in its network environment in February 2023, at which point it immediately worked with the FBI, Minnesota IT Services andFox9
Sep 14 2023
Anthony Bradford is the descendent of residents from the historically Black Rondo neighborhood. His great-great grandfather was one of the many residents who lost property to Interstate 94 in the 1950s. Decades later, Bradford is now the first person to buy a home using St. Paul’s Inheritance Fund, a new program aimed at rebuilding intergenerational wealth for the descendants of RondoMPR News
Sep 06 2023
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky has questioned the credibility of a doctor’s notes asserting that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is in good health, according to comments reported by Politico on Tuesday. McConnell, age 81, has faced several public health scares in 2023, the most recent being when he froze while speaking with reporters in Kentucky on Aug. 30. Paul, a physician andThe Daily Caller
Sep 14 2023
All is fair in politics and impeachment. This time, it is the Democrats’ feathers that are ruffled. As House Speaker Kevin McCarthy officially announced the House’s intention to investigate President Joe Biden, former Speaker Nancy Pelosi must have regretted her decision to forgo a House impeachment vote in 2019 in the case of President Trump. So excited was she to commence an inquiry leadingWestern Journal
Sep 06 2023
PROBABLY NEWS TO TRUMP’S LAWYERS — On HUGH HEWITT’s show today, DONALD TRUMP said he will testify at his trial: “Oh, yes, absolutely.” (h/t Philip Wegmann) HAPPENING NOW — The first televised hearing of Trump’s election interference case in Georgia is underway. Fulton County Superior Court Judge SCOTT McAFEE will hear requests filed by former Trump lawyers SIDNEY POWELL and KENNETH CHESEBRO toPolitico
Sep 11 2023
St. Paul Public Schools notified families and staff last week of a “data security incident” last winter that may have exposed students’ names and email addresses. In a letter sent out on Friday, the district said it became aware of the issue in February and flagged the FBI, Minnesota IT Services and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to investigate “an unauthorized third party” that hadKSTP
Sep 13 2023
WSJ Calls For McCarthy To ‘Ask The House to Vote’ On Impeachment Inquiry — Just Like Pelosi Eventually Did
The Wall Street Journal editorial board reacted to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) launching an impeachment inquiry on Tuesday by both warning about lowering the standard for impeachment and insisting that Hunter Biden and his alleged financial connections to his father, President Joe Biden, warranted investigation. The Journal, however, also called on McCarthy to hold a floor vote onMediaite
Jan 28 2023
David DePape, the man who allegedly attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer in October, called in to a California news station on Friday to “apologize” for not going far enough with his attack.
DePape, who allegedly broke into the Pelosi home and attacked the then-House speaker’s husband, told KTVU he had an “important message” to share during a five-and-a-half minute phone call.
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Jan 27 2023
Video and audio of the violent October attack on Paul Pelosi, the husband of then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was released to the public Friday.
It was released after San Francisco Superior Court Judge Stephen M. Murphy ruled there was no reason to keep the footage secret, especially after prosecutors played it in open court during a preliminary hearing last month.
The videoCBS News (Online)