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May 31 2022
A federal jury on Tuesday found former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann not guilty of lying to the FBI — finding special counsel John Durham did not prove his case beyond a reasonable doubt.
The verdict reached by jurors drawn from heavily Democratic-leaning DC came midway through the second day of deliberations following a two-week trial on a single count of makingNew York Post (News)
Feb 10 2023
The Florida state legislature passed a bill Friday that expands Gov. Ron DeSantis's (R-FL) migrant transportation program sending immigrants who entered the United States illegally to "sanctuary" cities and states. The new bill creates the "Unauthorized Alien Transport Program," which was passed during a special session of the legislature. The bill allows Florida to send immigrants in anyWashington Examiner
Feb 24 2023
As soon as Russia invaded Ukraine, the war became inextricably linked with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
As Russia is an authoritarian nation and Putin has been in power since 1999, this makes sense. He has pressed on with the “special military operation” ever since it began on Feb. 24, 2022, despite being warned repeatedly by the West that there would be consequences.
Jan 23 2023
Top FBI Agent Involved In Trump-Russia Probe Arrested For Allegedly Conspiring With Russian Oligarch
A former top FBI agent who was involved in the Trump-Russia probe was arrested over the weekend for alleged activities with a Russian oligarch.
The Southern District of New York unsealed the five-count indictment against Charles McGonigal, former Special Agent In Charge Of The New York FBI Counterintelligence Division, and Sergey Shestakov on Monday.The Daily Wire
Feb 07 2023
Former Alaska mental health program CEO pleads guilty to assaulting Delta attendant on Anchorage flight
The former CEO of Alaska Child & Family, an organization that provides mental health treatment for youths, was recently sentenced on federal charges he assaulted a Delta flight attendant on an Anchorage-bound flight at the end of last month. Denis McCarville, 70, was arrested on Jan. 29 when the flight landed in Anchorage. It had departed from Minneapolis earlier that day, according to anAnchorage Daily News
Feb 18 2022
John H. Durham, the Trump-era special counsel scrutinizing the investigation into Russia’s 2016 election interference, distanced himself on Thursday from false reports by right-wing news outlets that a motion he recently filed said Hillary Clinton’s campaign had paid to spy on Trump White House servers.
Citing a barrage of such reports on Fox News and elsewhere based on the prosecutor’sNew York Times (News)
Feb 15 2023
There was very little drama in it when Nikki Haley—former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, onetime two-time governor-elect of South Carolina—stepped onto a Charleston stage Wednesday morning to make a "special announcement" about her plans for 2024. The Charleston Post & Courier had broken news of her presidential campaign nearly two weeks earlier, while a Tuesday video announcement—Newsweek
Mar 17 2023
With the recent failure of two midsize banks, some Democrats have blamed deregulation championed by then-President Donald Trump in 2018. While the law did reduce oversight of small and midsize banks, experts are divided over whether deregulation in 2018 ultimately caused Signature and Silicon Valley Bank to collapse.
Silicon Valley Bank, the 16th largest bank in the U.S. by assets,FactCheck.org
Mar 03 2023
Nearly 60 years after he was recommended for the nation’s highest military award, retired Col. Paris Davis, one of the first Black officers to lead a Special Forces team in combat, received the Medal of Honor on Friday for his bravery in the Vietnam War.
After a crowded White House ceremony, a grateful Davis emphasized the positive of the honor rather than negative of the delay, sayingAssociated Press
Jan 12 2023
Classified documents found in Biden's garage bring new focus on WH refusal to release Delaware visitor logs
The discovery of a new trove of classified documents in President Biden’s Delaware home has brought renewed focus to the White House’s refusal to release visitor logs from his private residences. The White House Counsel's Office searched Biden's two residences in Rehoboth Beach and Wilmington, Delaware, this week after a collection of Obama-era classified documents was discovered at the PennFox News (Online News)