Mark Meadows cooperating with January 6 investigators

“Mr. Meadows is communicating with the selection committee through his attorney,” Representative Benny Thompson of Mississippi, who chairs the committee, said in a statement. “He has submitted records to the Commission and will soon appear for preliminary testimony. The Selecting Commission expects all witnesses, including Mr. Meadows, to provide all information requested and that the … Read more

Another video shows Lauren Boebert suggesting Ilhan Omar was terrorist

In those same notes, she said she felt safe about Omar because the Democrat wasn’t wearing a backpack while they were in the elevator together. It is another case in which Poppert indicated that Omar, a hijab-wearing Muslim, was a terrorist. On Monday, lawmakers sent out two contradictory statements about a phone call between the … Read more

Marjorie Taylor Greene just called another House Republican “trash”

“NancyMace is trash at the Republican convention,” Tweeted by Georgia Republic About a colleague from South Carolina on Tuesday morning. “Democrats or RINO (same thing) have never attacked you because it’s not conservative, it’s pro-choice. You can support Mace from @laurenboebert or just stay with your real friends, jihad squad. You’re out of your league.” … Read more

Trump takes attempt to block release of his January 6 documents to court Tuesday

The arguments are likely to be an uphill battle for the former president. The Biden administration and the House of Representatives are lining up against him in their pursuit of transparency over communications in the West Wing while Trump sought to nullify the 2020 election result and his supporters raided the Capitol. Trump lost his … Read more

Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land for nearly 50 years. Will that matter?

Briar is about to find out. At the forefront of oral arguments will be a Mississippi law banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, which causes the court to consider whether a woman has a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy. But underlying the law is another question that goes into the court’s stability as … Read more

Analysis: Biden faces a familiar foe — uncertainty

Elected by voters who believed he could create a new era of stability, Biden faces volatile markets, Americans worried about the health of their families and an information void about how effective current vaccines will be at protecting against the novel coronavirus known as Omicron — putting his administration in a “wait” mode. To see” … Read more

Boebert refusing to make public apology after contentious call with Omar

The call did little to calm tensions between the two MPs, with Omar saying she hung up on the call with Boubert, after she “refused to publicly acknowledge her hurtful and dangerous comments.” “Instead, she intensified her rhetoric and decided to end the useless call,” Omar said in a statement. In social media posts, Poppert … Read more

Prosecutors ask US Supreme Court to review Bill Cosby’s overturned sexual assault conviction

The Montgomery County District Attorney, who led the high-profile court case against Cosby for sexual assault of Andrea Consand, said in a press release that the main question of the appeal is the Fourteenth Amendment and the right to a fair trial. “The question before the Court is: ‘When the Attorney General publicly declares that … Read more

Analysis: One thing Biden will not do to fight the Omicron variant

Biden was trying to find a balance, saying “this alternative is a cause for concern, not a cause for panic.” A “must” get a booster dose. This last point was particularly interesting — Biden would even mention the possibility of updating vaccine protocols. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday strengthened its … Read more

Esper says Americans deserve ‘unvarnished’ look at ‘tumultuous’ Trump administration as he sues Pentagon over book redactions

“My view is that the American people deserve a full, body-free history of the last presidency, the Trump administration,” Esper told CNN reporter Jake Tapper in his first interview since filing a lawsuit against the Department of Defense. “And what I aimed to do was provide important insights, anecdotes, and color for what is arguably … Read more