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Apr 29 2022
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.), 26, accused the “establishment” of “digging stuff up” to “smear” him on Friday after a series of controversies rocked his reelection campaign.
On April 22, Politico (Lean Left bias) published photographs of Cawthorn drinking and wearing lingerie; Cawthorn later said the photos were taken during a “game” on a cruise ship. On Tuesday, Cawthorn was cited byWashington Post The Hill National Review (News)
Feb 14 2020
The Democratic Party is quibbling over rhetoric and ignoring the real debate.
In recent weeks, several Democratic presidential contenders have been asked whether or not there is room in their party for pro-life Democrats. It’s a fair question.
Over the past several campaign seasons, the Democratic Party has shifted its official platform to reflect a growing commitment to erasingNational Review (News)
May 06 2016
Republican leaders in North Carolina on Thursday refused to back down from a law regulating which restrooms can be used by transgender people after the federal government told the state the law violated the U.S. Civil Rights Act.
The state’s leading Republican lawmaker, House Speaker Tim Moore, told reporters in Raleigh that North Carolina would not be “bullied” into meeting the U.S.HuffPost
Apr 07 2019
As Trump struggles to curb unauthorized immigration, his rhetoric gets tougher, but quick solutions are elusive
More than halfway through President Trump’s first term, unauthorized immigration has surged to the highest levels in a decade, leaving him searching for quick-fix solutions and his administration roiling with internal tensions over how to address a problem the president promised to solve.
Trump sought to project confidence and strength on a visit to a renovated section of border fencingWashington Post
Sep 11 2013
New details about what happened the night of the Benghazi terror attack one year ago may finally be made public. CIA Director John Brennan now says his agency will make survivors of the Benghazi attack available to talk to lawmakers, in a possible breakthrough for members of Congress investigating the strike. Brennan made his comments in a three-page response to a letter sent to him by HouseFox News (Online News)
Dec 23 2020
With two weeks left until the Jan. 5 Georgia Senate runoff race, the spotlight is on voters. The election for two U.S. Senate seats will determine which party will lead both chambers of Congress for the first two years of Biden's administration. Some studies highlight an increase in racial and ethnic diversity among eligible voters in the once reliably-red state of Georgia. Some say the studyYahoo News Pew Research Center Washington Examiner
Dec 11 2019
A police officer and at least five other people have died in a series of gun battles in Jersey City, in the US state of New Jersey.
Two other police officers were wounded during the incident, which ended in a shootout after two gunmen barricaded themselves in a kosher supermarket.
A motive for the incident is not yet known. But the mayor said investigators believe the locationBBC News
Aug 31 2017
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis openly differed with his commander in chief over North Korea on Wednesday, the latest example of a once-rare public display of disagreement by top U.S. aides that has become more frequent under President Donald Trump.Reuters
Nov 01 2019
US President Donald Trump has announced he will make Florida his permanent home instead of Trump Tower in New York.
He said he had been badly treated by New York's political leaders, despite having paid millions of dollars in tax.
Mr Trump was born in New York but has increasingly spent more time at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach.
The president, a Republican, has beenBBC News
Jan 14 2020
Top Senate Republicans on Monday rejected President Trump’s call for outright dismissal of the impeachment charges against him, but continued to grapple with the shape of the Senate trial that could begin as soon as this week.
Most Senate Republicans are eager to stage a trial that ends with Trump’s acquittal and vindication on charges that he abused the power of his office in hisWashington Post