Here’s What You Need To Know About The Dominion V. Fox News Trial That Starts This Week
Already, the case has given people an unprecedented look inside Fox News and the chaos behind the coverage of the 2020 election and the Jan. 6 insurrection.
With The Start Of Dominion’s Defamation Trial, Consequences Loom For Fox News
Welcome to the “find out” stage of Fox’s 2020 election coverage.
Montana Lawmakers Have Voted To Ban TikTok
If Gov. Greg Gianforte signs the legislation into law, Montana will become the first state to ban the Chinese-owned app amid concerns about data privacy and surveillance.
If You Wondered How Ron DeSantis Looks Eating Pudding With His Fingers, Well, The Answer Is Here
The ad is ostensibly about framing DeSantis as a threat to Social Security and Medicare, but I doubt that’s the image viewers are going to leave with. 💩
Abortion Access Could Be Blocked In Much Of The South After Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signed Into Law A Six-Week Ban
Whether the six-week ban goes into effect will depend on how the state Supreme Court rules on a challenge to the existing 15-week ban.
Lady Gaga Has Been Appointed To Lead A Presidential Commission By Joe Biden
Gaga wasn’t the only big name appointed as a member to the commission, which will advise the president on cultural policy.
The Oldest Member Of Congress Is Facing Calls To Resign, But Has Agreed To Step Back From An Influential Committee
Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, 89, has been away from the Senate since February.
The Other Tennessee Democrat Who Was Expelled By His GOP Colleagues From His House Seat For Protesting Gun Violence Has Been Reinstated
"And so the message for all the people in Nashville who decided to expel us: You can't expel hope. You can't expel justice. You can't expel our voice."
One Of The Two Tennessee Lawmakers Who Were Expelled For Protesting Gun Violence Has Been Reinstated
The Metropolitan Council of Nashville and Davidson County voted to send Justin Jones back to the Tennessee House on an interim basis. Justin Pearson, the other expelled lawmaker, could also be reappointed later this week.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Lambastes Tennessee GOP For 'Naked Abuse Of Power'
The U.S. representative added to recent criticism of the state's Republican-led House following the expulsion of two Democrats.
Justice Department Files Immediate Appeal To Abortion Pill Ruling
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said that the DOJ “strongly disagrees with the decision" of a Texas judge to invalidate FDA approval of mifepristone.
Two Federal Judges Have Issued Conflicting Opinions On The FDA’s Approval Of A Medication Abortion Pill, Setting The Stage For A Supreme Court Battle
It wasn’t immediately clear what the dueling opinions will mean for access to medication abortion. The conflict “almost guarantees that the Supreme Court will have to step in immediately,” one expert told BuzzFeed News.
Advocates Say A Proposed Change To Title IX Rules Are A “Betrayal” To Trans Rights And Could Bar Trans Athletes From Competitive Sports
The proposed rules would allow high schools and colleges to bar trans athletes from competitive sports in order to preserve “fairness.”
Tennessee Republicans Expelled Two Democrats Who Protested For Gun Control After The Nashville Shooting
"The world is watching Tennessee because what is happening here today is a farce of democracy," one of the expelled Democrats told lawmakers prior to the vote.
A New Ban On Trans Girls And Women In School Sports Could Lead To “Invasive Examinations” Of Student-Athletes To Prove Their Gender, Advocates Say
The Republican lawmaker who introduced the bill said it would be enforced via student-athletes’ physical exams.
This Is How Prosecutors Say Donald Trump Committed 34 Felonies
Former president Donald Trump and his lawyer Michael Cohen allegedly made the illegal payoffs as part of a deal to "catch and kill" negative tabloid stories.
Biden Was Too Busy To Watch The News As Trump Was Arraigned, But He’ll Catch Up Later, The White House Says
“Of course, this is playing out on many of the networks here on a daily basis for hours and hours, so obviously, he will catch part of the news when he has a moment to catch up on the news of the day,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Tuesday.
This Election In Wisconsin Will Likely Determine The Future Of Abortion Rights In The State
“If you are a pro-life voter, you have waited your entire life for this chance; if you are a pro-choice voter, you are confronted by the possibility of losing essentially all rights to abortion in the state.”
Biden Celebrates Transgender Day Of Visibility, Calls Out Hateful 'MAGA Extremists'
"I want every member of the trans community to know that we see you. You’re each made in the image of God, and deserve love, dignity, and respect."
12 (Kinda Silly???) Questions We Have About Trump Getting Indicted And Arraigned
Was there a mugshot? Could he run for president from prison? We asked legal scholars all your most burning questions.
Opinion: Dangers Lurk Aboard Cruise Ships. The Cruise Passenger Protection Act Can Help.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who authored a cruise safety bill, argues that cruise passengers deserve better protection and support.
The Best Tweets About Donald Trump Getting Indicted For A Crime
"‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’ star Donald Trump has been indicted on criminal charges."
Donald Trump Has Become The First President In US History To Face Criminal Charges
Trump will now need to be formally arrested and arraigned like any other defendant — a stunning fall from grace for someone who was once one of the most powerful people on the planet.
Hakeem Jeffries Blasts GOP For Silence On Gun Control After Nashville School Shooting
The top House Democrat castigated Republicans for inaction after the Tennessee mass shooting that killed three children and three adults.
A Group Of Florida LGBTQ Kids Are Learning How To Fight Back
“Just literally for one day you can be completely unabashedly yourself and be that queer teen that Florida seems to be afraid of.”
George Santos Or Barbie: Who (Supposedly) Had This Job?
Rep. George Santos has had, according to his claims, a long career. So has Barbie. Can you tell which supposed job belongs to who?
As Criminal Charges Loom, Donald Trump Is Not Mad Online. Do Not Put In The Newspaper That He Is Mad.
The former president is attacking Manhattan’s district attorney — and his possible 2024 rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — as he faces the prospect of criminal charges.
Welcome To The Circus Outside The Court Where Trump May Be Indicted
Trump had predicted he’d be arrested on Tuesday, sending supporters, opponents, and a ton of media scrambling to the Manhattan courthouse where it may all go down.
Twice’s Chaeyoung Apologized For Her T-Shirt Bearing A Swastika But Hasn't Yet Addressed The QAnon T-Shirt She Wore
The 23-year-old idol posted a statement to her Instagram, saying she “will pay absolute attention in the future,” days after she wore a QAnon T-shirt.
The Battle For AI Supremacy Got Super Intense This Week, Risks Be Damned
“‘Move fast and break things’ seems to suddenly be in vogue again.”