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Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) made ignominious history Tuesday when he became the first Speaker ever to be ousted by a vote of the House.
The Gaetz Eight make it likely conservatives are going to hit a wall in next year's election.
Kevin McCarthy, whose only ideology had been ambition, has obtained his place in history: the only speaker in U.S. history to be ousted by his peers.
Rep. Matt Gaetz has earned the title of 'Joe Biden's favorite Republican' by ousting House Speaker Kevin McCarthy without a clue about what to do now.
I had a chance to sit down with Kevin McCarthy a few months after the last speaker debacle. Oh not that Kevin McCarthy. My conversation was with a Winnebago Co., Ill., board member whose real job is as a morning DJ.
Backing down is what bullies do when someone stands up to them
James Biden's participation shows just how much of a family affair the scandal is, with Joe Biden, the family's 'only asset,' at the top.
The appointment of Sen. Laphonza Butler (D-Calif.) to fill the vacancy left by the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) is throwing a wrench into the high-stakes California Senate battle amid questions over whether Butler will add herself to the crowded field in the coming months.
Well, this explains a lot.The Obama and now Biden Iran policies have never made much sense to me.Iran is the avowed enemy of our allies and partners in the Middle East region, but for some reason, t...
A novel ideology is haunting America. Over a stunningly brief span of time, a new set of ideas about the role that identity does-and should-play in society has taken on astonishing power.
It's not racist to talk about the crisis of integration - it's essential.
The ousted speaker had relied on his skills of working with factions and placating the GOP's radical flank. But 'his strengths ended up undoing him.'
The removal of Kevin McCarthy leaves Republicans with a week to pick chamber's new leader.
Some behavior just crosses the line - and when it does, there have to be consequences.
Back in January, when Kevin McCarthy started moving his stuff into the House speaker's office before colleagues had actually voted him into the job, Matt Gaetz accused him of being "a squatter."
A lot of politicians like to talk about bipartisanship these days. People who are running for office in purple states or swing congressional districts are quick to tell everyone how willing and able they are to work "with the other side." To "reach across the aisle."
His menacing words toward Mark Milley and Letitia James should not be shrugged off
Think hard: Why, after allowing two state and two federal indictments of Donald Trump, each transparently political, would a federal prosecutor seek the rare step of "gagging" a former president, who also happens to be the leading GOP candidate? Only one reason: fear.
The government believes the threat of violence and major civil disturbances is so great, it has quietly created a new category of extremists: MAGA.
GOP primary voters in New Hampshire want Donald Trump to participate in the next debate, and they're also clear on who shouldn't show up.
Republicans are underperforming in the same kinds of elections that predicted their disappointing midterms.
Over a million people from all over the world will cross our border this year-the same as every other year since Biden came into office.
The last time the black vs. brown tension was this thick, you could cut a chunk and fry it as the Black Lives Matter riots were tearing Chicago into pieces. Black protesters led by media protected white leftists tore up downtown to hurt Donald Trump's re-election prospects.
Even as Russian bombs rain down, Kyiv seeks to show that it's open for business.
McConnell quietly acknowledged to his colleagues that the Senate bill including the Ukraine funding was not a winning issue for the party.
"I've never seen the courthouse like this."
After having his name ruined over frivolous sexual assault allegations, former Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer's legal battle has been settled.
Judge Amit Mehta made it public which involved a Google vice president bragging about how addictive the search giant's services are, comparing them to tobacco and illicit drugs.
The three co-head writers were allegedly displeased with the actress' decision to return to air despite the writer's strike, which has since ended.
Page Six can confirm that the birthday girl invited her once-bestie to celebrate with her Monday night at the InterContinental Paris Le Grand.
A 28-year-old US citizen, who was not publicly identified, was caught trying to smuggle 41 pounds of cocaine from Mexico through Eagle Pass on Sunday.
San Diego had the third-highest payroll in Major League Baseball, but finished 82-80 and two games back of the final wild-card spot in the National League.
Former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III has a theory about what has gone wrong for Mac Jones with the Patriots this season, pointing the finger at the team's decision-maker.
Clorox said in August that the incident had disrupted portions of the company's IT infrastructure, forcing it to temporarily take certain systems offline and switch to processing orders manually.
The FDNY held an emotional street naming ceremony in Queens on Wednesday honoring Capt. Alison Russo, a beloved medic who was murdered in a random stabbing attack outside her stationhouse just over a year ago. Officials from the FDNY gathered alongside Russo’s family at Station 49 in Astoria to share stories about the “bravery, brilliance,...
If eaten raw or undercooked, the Apple Snail can transmit the brain-attacking rat lungworm.
A violent felon desperate to get away with kidnapping a stranger and stealing beer from a gas station led police on a wild chase through an orchard.
The Satanic spokesman said he 'didn’t realize necessarily how oppressive' progressive culture was' as he faced backlash.
"We have made arrests, upgraded patrols and assigned officers to that park all to no avail," police said.
Whitefeather admitted to deputies that children were left abandoned in the shed, but insisted “they like it,” WCHS reported, also citing the complaint.
WGA writers Chelsea White, Cristina Kinon and Liz Koe have decided not to return to "The Drew Barrymore Show," despite the strike coming to an end.
The U.S. women earned a record seventh consecutive team title at the gymnastics world championships on Wednesday night.
It all makes it harder to get Republicans to OK more aid to Ukraine, but “in no known universe would an opposition party not make partisan hay out of Hunter whatever peril it poses for the domestic politics of Ukraine aid.” Is Joe “essentially throwing [Ukraine] under a bus” simply because “he wants a second...
The Biden administration has denied Kyiv crucial long-range-missile systems known as the ATACMS.
The series is based on the true story of the deaths of Peter Farquhar and Ann Moore-Martin.
Scores of cisgendered men invaded the annual Grace Hopper Celebration tech job fair billed as the largest gathering of women seeking careers in STEM fields after allegedly lying about being non-binary.
Mount La Greca has erupted on Evan Neal.
To grasp the fundamental unseriousness of self-styled climate saviors, look to the catastrophic damage the Global Citizen Festival unleashed on Central Park a week and a half ago.
The now deposed speaker didn’t turn to the ex-president for help.
Trump told reporters outside a Manhattan courthouse that his sole focus is on the 2024 presidential campaign.
They called him divisive and an attention-seeker.
Kevin McCarthy's undoing underscores a bigger problem — the inability to govern itself — that risks imperiling the party's chances in 2024.
"You have to stay calm in these situations,” Rep. Henry Cuellar said.
They kept GOP backchannels open — but when the embattled speaker gave them no incentive to help save his job, they decided not to.
AIandYou is launching the public awareness campaign to educate voters on how AI could affect next year’s election.
At a caucus meeting Tuesday morning, California Rep. Pete Aguilar played a clip from Kevin McCarthy's interview Sunday with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, in which he blamed Democrats for nearly shutting down the government. Brennan and Politico columnist Jonathan Martin examine the role the interview played in McCarthy's ouster as House speaker.
On Wednesday, the popular fast-food chain announced the McRib would be back in limited supply starting in November.
The House stands in recess to allow the Republican conference and Democratic caucus to "meet and discuss the path forward" after Rep. Kevin McCarthy's historic ouster, interim Speaker Patrick McHenry announced Tuesday night. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane has the latest on what happens next.
President Biden told reporters on Wednesday that he plans to give a "major speech" on U.S. aid to Ukraine following the ouster of Rep. Kevin McCarthy as House speaker. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes has more.
Duane "Keffe D" Davis, the man charged in rapper Tupac Shakur's 1996 murder, made his first court appearance Wednesday morning in Las Vegas. CBS News correspondent Elise Preston has more.
New York City mayor Eric Adams wants to give a "true picture" of conditions migrants will face in the U.S. during his trip to Mexico, Ecuador and Colombia. CBS News contributor Enrique Acevedo has more.
60 Minutes got a peek at what will soon be the first large community of 3D-printed houses. A Texas company is printing 100 of them, calling it a "paradigm shift" in how we build our homes. Lesley Stahl reports, Sunday.
Chiefs star Travis Kelce is speaking out about the NFL's focus on his relationship with Taylor Swift.
The CDC is planning to recommend an antibiotic pill for some to take after sex to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections. The move comes after recent studies found some people who took doxycycline within three days of unprotected sex were less likely to get chlamydia, syphilis or gonorrhea. Dr. Rhoda Sperling, a professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, joined CBS News to discuss the planned guidelines.
Prosecutors say FTX co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried siphoned off billions of dollars from customers for personal use.
Learn about the new Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro and whether you should invest in these Android smartphones.
ThredUp CEO James Reinhart shifted the company to a four-day workweek after a successful experiment.
With additional interest rate activity potentially on the horizon homeowners may want to tap into their equity now.
The American team of Simone Biles, Shilese Jones, Skye Blakely and Leanne Wong won a seventh consecutive title at the gymnastics world championships on Wednesday night.
I gave the popular plant-based meal kit a test run to see how it stacks up against other meal delivery services.
A police raid in Jalisco on Wednesday uncovered a workshop for making drone-carried bombs in a house built to look like a castle.
From hotels to trains to theaters, Paris seems to be crawling with bedbugs — but experts say there are some ways to protect yourself. Here's what to know.
A day after Kevin McCarthy was removed as House speaker, President Biden discussed the turmoil in Congress as well as further actions the White House is taking on student debt relief.
In today's elevated rate environment, a 1-year CD makes sense for many savers. Here's why.
There aren't many investments that can offer the same benefits that a 6-month CD can right now.
Rep. Garret Graves, a Republican from Louisiana, voted against removing Kevin McCarthy as speaker. Graves told CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion that McCarthy's ouster threw the House into chaos and claimed it was all a campaign fundraising move.
Surf with confidence with the best internet service providers across the country.
A man trying to get the guests' attention at a Nebraska wedding by shooting into the air accidentally shot his grandson instead, police said.
The 2030 World Cup will be played in six countries across three continents, as the tournament marks its 100-year anniversary, FIFA said.
These thoughtful $20 and under Christmas and Hanukkah gift ideas won't break the bank.
The price of gold is the lowest it's been in months. Here are three benefits of investing in gold now.
Lawsuit alleging that Johnson & Johnson's talcum power caused cancer used faulty expert testimony, appeals court rules.
The casket of late Sen. Dianne Feinstein arrived at San Francisco's City Hall Wednesday to lie in state as mourners paid their respects to the trailblazing lawmaker.
Police say four of the five victims are students and none of the victims appear to have life-threatening wounds.
Knowing whether this type of insurance covers in-home care costs can help you decide if a policy makes sense for you.
Steve Scalise and Jim Jordan jump into a burgeoning race to be the next House Speaker
The debate over immigration at the southern border is raging once again, dominating discussion at the GOP debates and sparking fierce criticism from some Democrats.
While the benefits of ‘good’ HDL cholesterol have been touted by some, a new study finds that both high and low levels of HDL cholesterol can increase dementia risk.
The fight to elevate Christianity while restricting LGBTQ and transgender rights in schools is the focus of “Grapevine,” a new narrative podcast by NBC News Studios.
Trump blasts judge and legal system before leaving courthouse
Lacretia Johnson Flash was intrigued when she learned who enslaved her ancestors: the family of Kentucky congressman Brett Guthrie.
Could a deal struck 14 years ago between California officials and the suspect in the murder of Tupac Shakur jeopardize the Nevada prosecution in the death of the hip hop icon?
Transit police in Boston arrested a 16-year-old male on Monday after a group of teens was recorded harassing an Asian American woman with racist language and trying to block her from leaving a train.
Craig N. Ross Jr. man accused of kidnapping 9-year-old Charlotte Sena, was previously arrested and charged for choking someone in a 2017 domestic dispute.
Two 1-year-old girls drowned in a backyard swimming pool at a day care facility in San Jose, California, on Monday.
Simone Biles led the U.S. women’s gymnastics team to another team gold medal at the 2023 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Antwerp, Belgium, on Wednesday.
BALTIMORE — Baltimore police were searching for suspects Wednesday morning after five bystanders were wounded following gunfire during homecoming week celebrations on the campus of Morgan State University.
Surgeries were rescheduled and other procedures were postponed as tens of thousands of Kaiser Permanente healthcare workers began to strike Wednesday.
Out in force from California to Virginia, workers called for the health care employer to address staffing shortages that they say are at crisis levels.
A new study found that trans people reported experiencing discredited and harmful conversion therapy at a higher rate than gays and lesbians.
Spravato, a nasal spray esketamine, was found to work better than Seroquel for treatment-resistant depression, a study in the New England Journal of Medicine finds.
Discrimination can disrupt the gut and the brain, leading people to crave unhealthy foods and may increase risk of obesity.
President Joe Biden touted his administration's efforts to address student debt, including $9 billion more in loan relief that the White House announced.
Ron DeSantis' campaign entered this month with just $5 million in primary cash, reigniting doubts about his solvency and ability to gain on Donald Trump.
A powerful abortion-rights group is throwing its support behind Ruben Gallego in the Arizona Senate race after backing Kyrsten Sinema in her last election.
President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he would deliver a "major" speech about funding for Ukraine.
Who is going to be the next House speaker? Steve Scalise is trying to lock up the job.
The Colorado Supreme Court will decide whether a Colorado baker discriminated against a transgender woman by refusing to make a cake celebrating her transition.
The Supreme Court considers whether a disability rights advocate can sue hotels for not disclosing accessibility information if she doesn't plan to book a room.
Emmy-winning actor Julia Ormond publicly accused disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that also alleges Miramax, Disney and Creative Artists Agency acted negligently.
In the past decade, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Denver, Colo., has been the target of three LGBT-related lawsuits.
The one exception was Vivek Ramaswamy, who, in keeping with his upstart persona, cheered on Matt Gaetz’s rebellion.
The Justice Department filed its first-ever charges against Chinese fentanyl manufacturers in June.
Kevin McCarthy’s defenestration is characteristic of a party without any organizing principle beyond the former president.
While some members are concerned, Scalise’s wife and doctors ‘agree that he is more than healthy enough for this challenge,’ a source tells NR.
Though ambiguous on the pastoral care of those with same-sex attraction, Pope Francis does not advocate a reinterpretation of Catholic teaching on marriage.
However offensive the comment that prompted the order was, it was constitutionally protected.
Hillary Clinton reflected on her four-year State tenure and took a jab at Putin before the painting was revealed.
McHenry ousted Pelosi from her hideaway Tuesday night as one of his first acts as speaker pro tempore.
Plaintiff Tammy Fournier told NR she’s ‘grateful’ for the ruling, but said parents have been put in a ‘scary place’ by gender ideologues.
Roughly half of respondents said they believed Trump’s nomination was inevitable.
Trump suggested Milley should be subject to the death penalty over a call he made to his counterparts in China during Trump’s presidency.
Without a plan, Matt Gaetz’s crusade to right the House is little more than empty moralizing.
In order to gore its preferred ox, the FTC is ignoring the realities of today’s retail world in asserting that Amazon is a monopolist.
Lawmakers must swiftly pass a budget that keeps the government open and enact reforms that secure our border.
International filmmakers converge in Ghent.
Cutting off aid would give China ‘a green light to take Taiwan,’ they wrote.
A new report demonstrates the failure of central planners in Washington to reform Medicare.
Our commitment is to give you the best-informed grasp on what these investigations and legal controversies mean, but we can’t do it without your help.
Getting rid of Kevin McCarthy won’t advance Matt Gaetz’s stated goals.
Welcome to The Hill's Health Care newsletter {beacon} Health Care Health Care   The Big Story Kaiser Permanente workers go on strike In what the unions said is the largest health care strike in U.S. history, more than 75,000 employees of Kaiser Permanente have walked off the job across multiple states. © AP The strike,...
Welcome to The Hill's Business & Economy newsletter {beacon} Business & Economy Business & Economy   The Big Story Turmoil in House GOP throws wrench into markets Fears are rising that Congress could be headed for another showdown over government funding after a near shutdown last week. © Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images Concerns are already...
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) weighed in on the ousting of Rep. Kevin McCarthy, calling the eight Republicans who voted to remove McCarthy “opportunists.” Eight GOP lawmakers joined Democrats Tuesday to vote against McCarthy in a historic first-time removal of a House Speaker. In an interview with John Catsimatidis on the "Cats & Cosby" show,...
Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson (D) said Wednesday that his administration will visit the southern U.S. border to assess the migrant situation “as soon as possible.” At a press conference Wednesday, Johnson confirmed he would go visit the southern border “soon” but suggested he did not have concrete plans and was not ready to provide a...
Welcome to The Hill's Energy & Environment newsletter {beacon} Energy & Environment Energy & Environment   The Big Story EPA opens civil rights probe over Alabama sewage funds The Environmental Protection Agency has announced an investigation into whether the state of Alabama's management of sewage funds was racially discriminatory. © AP Photo/Jay Reeves In a...
Plus: Defense experts explain impact of no new Ukraine aid {beacon} Evening Report Wednesday, October 4   © The Hill, Greg Nash Republicans vie for chance to lead House HOUSE REPUBLICANS are grappling with how to fill the leadership void atop their conference following Kevin McCarthy's ouster as Speaker, with several members already launching...
Welcome to The Hill's Technology newsletter {beacon} Technology Technology   The Big Story How Hollywood writers led on AI rules As lawmakers continue to weigh artificial intelligence (AI) technology regulation, workers are starting to set their own protections. © AP Photo The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television...
NFL hall of famer Brett Favre will testify in the Mississippi case that alleges he stole welfare money from the state to use for personal projects. Court documents filed Monday show that Favre will testify on Oct. 26. He is one of more than three dozen defendants in the case, brought by the director of...
Allies of toppled former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) are fuming at Democrats for failing to back him amid his historic ejection — leaving Democrats arguing the GOP has no one to blame but themselves. Republican ire hasn’t just been centered on the eight members of their own conference who ignited and backed the vote...
A growing chorus of Republicans are demanding the House change or get rid of the rule that paved the way for former Speaker Kevin McCarthy's (R-Calif.) ouster this week. McCarthy was removed from the top spot in a 216-210 vote on what's known as a "motion to vacate," making him the first Speaker ever to...
New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) described former President Trump’s social media attacks against her as “race-baiting” on Wednesday, as Trump faces trial on business fraud charges in New York this week. Trump has repeatedly called James a “racist” in Truth Social posts about the case. He has also focused attacks against Judge Arthur...
For the first time in history, the House of Representatives just voted to remove the House Speaker. Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) fate was sealed last weekend when he opted to push through a last-minute budget compromise rather than placate his party’s hard-liners and allow the federal government to shut down. Imagine a leader facing these...
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will investigate possible racial discrimination in Alabama’s management of funds that can be used to bolster sewage infrastructure. In a notice issued Tuesday, the Biden administration said it will look into whether the state excludes residents from participating in its water infrastructure program or denies them benefits on the basis...
The war within the House GOP has thrown another wrench into financial markets. Wall Street experts say the political dysfunction behind former Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) ouster poses new risks at a time of already heightened fears as the Federal Reserve walks a careful line in its efforts to tamp down inflation. Skyrocketing bond yields...
A study shows that so-called “good cholesterol” may not be as healthy as previously believed.  The study, published Wednesday in the journal Neurology, claims that high or low levels of high-density lipoprotein, or HDL, could increase dementia risk for older people. Researchers tracked more than 180,000 California residents through health surveys for about two years...
House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) is joining the race for speaker of the House, he announced Wednesday.
Former President Donald Trump downplayed the idea of becoming speaker of the House on Wednesday while noting "a lot of people have been calling" him about the possibility.
Jim Banks endorsed Jim Jordan's bid for speaker, charging that the Ohio firebrand "knows how to fight back" against the radical Democrats.
House Republicans took revenge on their Democrat colleagues for voting to oust Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as speaker of the house.
Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will hold an online "Breaking Biden" book signing event and Q&A this Thursday moderated by Breitbart Politics Editor Emma-Jo Morris.
The loss of the U.S. dollar's global reserve status could force America into an economic collapse on par or worse than the Great Depression.
There’s now surveillance video of 32-year-old social justice activist Ryan Carson being stabbed to death in Democrat-run New York.
A judge has ruled that Elon Musk's X Corp., formerly Twitter, must pay $1.1 million for the legal fees of its former executives.
A New Jersey man who faced sexual assault accusations from six women has reportedly reached a plea deal with Mercer County prosecutors under which he will not be required to serve jail time other than the time he has already spent in custody.
El Salvador's 2024 presidential campaign began on Tuesday, with incumbent President Nayib Bukele poised to be reelected by a wide margin.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams attended Chinese government-linked festivities that included raising the red flag of China in Manhattan on Sunday.
Amazon finds itself under the FTC's microscope as the federal agency scrutinizes the e-commerce giant's business as part of its lawsuit against Jeff Bezos' company. The latest allegations include that the company used a secret algorithm, dubbed "Project Nessie," to manipulate prices and expand the company's profits.
“The Department of Energy is being weaponized to reward the political supporters of the administration,” Peter Schweizer concludes on the most recent episode of The Drill Down podcast.
Most NFL fans on social media have had enough of Taylor Swift and are sick of the NFL trying to shove the pop star down our throats. Apparently, Swift's alleged boyfriend, Travis Kelce, is sick of it, too.
The Grace Hopper Celebration, which bills itself as a the world's largest conference for women in computing, was recently swamped by men claiming to be "non-binary."
ESPN is launching a new show to explore "racism" in sports, even though the network's owner, Disney, has pledged to tone down the woke.
Hollywood star Sean Penn has turned his righteous anger toward his own side of the political spectrum, slamming fellow leftists who want to end the Ukraine war through a peace deal with Russia.
Actor Kevin Spacey was rushed to the hospital Monday amid fears that he could be suffering a heart attack after his left arm allegedly went numb during the Tashkent International Film Festival in Uzbekistan.
Nolte: Helen Mirren tore into the fascist cancel culture and uproar over her portrayal of Golda Meir in the film "Golda."
Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) will not seek to regain the Speaker’s gavel, he announced Tuesday night hours after losing a motion to vacate the chair.
During Tuesday's broadcast of FNC's Hannity, host Sean Hannity claimed some House Republicans were making an effort "draft" former President Donald Trump as a potential McCarthy replacement.
During an appearance on Tuesday's broadcast of FNC's "Hannity," former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich declared those Republicans who voted to remove Kevin McCarthy from the House Speaker's post earlier in the day to be "traitors."
House Speaker Pro Tempore Patrick McHenry booted former Speaker Nancy Pelosi from her private office in the Capitol building on Tuesday night.
Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Joel B. Pollak pushed back Wednesday against arguments that former Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) had to go, saying that Republicans had done something "monumentally stupid."
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was forced out as Speaker of the House on Tuesday after less than nine months in office -- and after accomplishments that made him the most successful Republican speaker since Newt Gingrich.
Firefighters worked until dawn Wednesday to remove the wreckage of a bus that crashed across the lagoon from its historic center.
After supplying the Ukraine war "stockpiles are looking a bit thin" and supplies of some key items have "run dry", Britain tells the world.
The Metropolitan Police said hundreds of spy cameras installed to enforce Mayor Khan's green agenda car tax have been stolen or destroyed.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has reasserted his nation’s sovereignty, standing up to “the Soros empire, the Brussels bureaucrats, and the Democrats in America.”
A Swiss court sentenced polemicist Alain Soral to sixty days in jail for defamation, discrimination and incitement to hatred.
Emad Al Swealmeen entered the UK on a temporary visa but remained in the country for years as the government failed to deport him.
Famous tattoo artist Kat Von D has been baptized into Christianity a little over a year after she announced tossing her witchcraft books.
London police raided the home of Laurence Fox in the wake of comments about the destruction Mayor Sadiq Khan's green agenda spy cameras.
Abercrombie & Fitch clothing brand's former CEO Mike Jeffries stands accused of exploiting young men at his sex parties, according to BBC.
A woman claims that she was seriously injured on a waterslide at Florida's Disney World and suffered a painful "wedgie."
Taylor Swift, Emma Watson, and Natalie Portman are quite popular on celebrity deep fake porn sites.
"The Batman" star Robert Pattinson, who has an estimated net worth of $100 million, revealed his anxiety over the lack of job security in the film industry, saying it gives actors the feeling that they're going to "spend the vast majority" of their lives "unemployed and desperate."
Conservative talk radio legend Michael Savage lavished praised on Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow's new book "Breaking Biden," describing the painstakingly-researched manuscript as a "mindblower."
The Biden administration is "scrambling" to try to assure U.S. allies that American aid to Ukraine will continue despite growing Republican opposition to it, according to a report.
Venezuela's socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro ordered top officials to open accounts on the Chinese social media platform TikTok.
A woman's ten-hour layover at the Dubai International Airport has reportedly turned into a four-month legal nightmare after an alleged altercation landed the traveler on the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) no-fly list and a year in jail in the foreign country.
The U.N. Security Council voted on Monday to authorize a multinational military intervention against the gang lords of Haiti, led by Kenya, which volunteered to take point in July.
United Nations relief personnel arrived in Nagorno-Karabakh on Sunday to discover that nearly all of the ethnic Armenian Christians who have lived in the region for centuries have fled, leaving only “ghost towns” for invading Muslim-majority Azerbaijan.
The mystery surrounding the disappearance of China Evergrande founder Hui Ka Yan deepened on Monday as another billionaire, Skyworth founder Wong Hongsheng, uncorked a WeChat video rant that essentially accused Hui of treason for trying to shelter his assets overseas.
A strong majority of swing-voting independents say the southern border is open and the border laws are unenforced, according to a Harvard Harris poll.
A sheriff in Michigan is sounding the alarm over a rise in gangs of illegal aliens getting into the United States for the sole purpose of burglarizing Americans.
At least 11 illegal alien men are accused of having been involved in a house of horrors in the small town of Bemidji, Minnesota, where at least three young girls were drugged, tied up, and gang raped, according to local law enforcement.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “José Díaz-Balart Reports,” Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) argued that we’re only deporting a small fraction of people crossing the border and “the numbers don’t add up” and you must “have real repercussions, and I mean
Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended approximately 7,000 migrants during the past four days. A migrant surge in September led to the apprehension of more than 45,000 migrants in this single Texas border sector.
House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.) has announced a bid for the House speakership.Scalise, who survived being shot in 2017, announced earlier this year that he was battling cancer. But he later provided a positive update, noting that "the cancer has dropped dramatically" due to chemotherapy."God already gave me another chance at life. I believe we were all put here for a purpose. This next chapter won't be easy, but I know what it takes to fight and I am prepared for the battles that lie ahead. I h
Rep. Kevin McCarthy was speaker of the House until yesterday. Now, he’s been ousted. The move was supported by only eight Republicans and every Democrat, with Rep. Matt Gaetz leading the charge. Now, Glenn Beck and Mark Levin are wondering if this was a smart decision. “I know many people want to get behind Matt Gaetz. I am not one of them. So, I guess I’m a neocon, RINO sellout,” Levin says to Glenn Beck. “Look, you and I have spent decades fighting these wars. This is one of the dumbest-ass war
One overarching reason explains why America is collapsing and no serious effort has arisen in recent decades to halt the uniparty-driven decline. Every Republican or even conservative leader until now has feared the image of temporary disruption, chaos, and discord more than the permanent destruction of our life, liberty, economy, sovereignty, culture, and way of life. Hence the constant clamor to avoid a government shutdown or a debt-ceiling fight. And hence the aversion to intraparty fights.We will not r
House Republicans are demanding the Capitol Police release the all security footage of Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) pulling a fire alarm in the Cannon House Office Building.After the scandal erupted last Saturday, Capitol Police released a single photo showing the moment Bowman activated the fire alarm, seemingly disproving his claim that he was attempting to open a door to exit the building. — (@) But House Republicans say more evidence needs to be released to know fully
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy did what he thought was best in order to avoid a widely feared government shutdown. He pushed forward a bill that Democrats would support — and his Republican colleagues were not happy. So unhappy that McCarthy is now the first speaker in history to have been voted out of his job. Eight Republicans joined forces with Democrats in order to oust him. Dave Rubin believes he’s “taking it like a champ.” In his first press conference since the ousting, McCarthy told the audie
On Wednesday morning, over 75,000 Kaiser Permanente employees across five states launched the largest-ever health care worker strike.Kaiser, the nation's biggest health care nonprofit, serves approximately 13 million patients at its 39 hospitals and 600 medical offices.Workers chose to walk off the job after the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions and the health care company failed to resolve a disagreement regarding the staffing crisis. The unionized employees are demanding solutions to the staffing sho
Gallup released the results of a devastating new poll Tuesday, indicating Americans are majoritively fed up with the Democratic Party. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are not well liked by the majority of Americans. The latest Economist/YouGov poll put their unfavorability at 55.4% and 54%, respectively; 57% of respondents also indicated they disapproved of the job the geriatric president is doing. Biden and Harris are not, however, the only Democrats in Washington out of favor w
The United Auto Workers' strike has entered its third week, and President Joe Biden is loving it. “The other day, Joe Biden shuffled into a UAW strike line for publicity to show he stands with the unions,” Mark Levin says disapprovingly, adding that Biden “still hasn’t found time to go to Palestine, Ohio, and spends 40% of his time in Delaware.” Not only does Levin see Biden’s actions as meaningless, but the strike itself, if successful, is harmful. “Two things will happen if that happens. Nu
A Blaze Media investigative journalist said it appears a Capitol Police officer assigned to protect then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Jan. 6, 2021, gave false testimony regarding his whereabouts during a key encounter that day with members of the Oath Keepers.Steve Baker said his investigation is based on his examination of Capitol closed-circuit TV video to which he's been given access.What's the background?Baker noted that Jan. 6 prosecutors — in their attempt to prove Oath Keepers were gui
Righteousness has never needed a majority to be heard and to win. We should not be surprised that it only took eight Republicans to bring down Kevin McCarthy, the speaker of the House and, until Tuesday afternoon, the man third in line for the presidency.Let’s call them “The Gaetzful Eight,” the small band of House Republicans whom Florida’s Matt Gaetz convinced to speak and act on behalf of the people who voted them into office rather than acquiesce to a corrupt status quo.I’m grateful for their
Steve Baker is one of only five journalists with access to the full 41,000 hours of January 6 tapes.“He has been working on the January 6th puzzle for a while now, and his efforts have been frustrated over and over again by the politics in Washington when he is just trying to find the truth,” says Glenn Beck. Today, Steve joins Glenn again to discuss a new piece of the puzzle: whether Pelosi’s head of security perjured himself in the Oath Keepers trial.On October 3rd, 2022, “Jeffrey Nestler, assist
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) isn't the only senior Democrat to lose a hideaway office in the United States Capitol.After House Democrats joined eight Republicans to remove Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as speaker of the House, Republicans evicted Pelosi from her hideaway office in the Capitol. It was one of the first decisions of House Speaker Pro Tempore Patrick McHenry (R).Republican leadership followed up that move by also evicting Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) from his hideaway office in the Capitol."Repub
Celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D was long known for her macabre style and dark designs, which often evoked the occult. However, upon recognizing in recent years that there is "a spiritual battle taking place," Von D, whose real name is Katherine von Drachenberg, began working to ensure that she was on the right side of it. Drachenberg posted a video to social media Monday revealing the culmination of her efforts. In the video, the 41-year-old Mexican-American daughter of Protestant missionaries
Establishment media are again sensationalizing the phrase “Red Caesar,” which has become a popular topic of conversation among conservatives. In the media’s telling, we have a democracy and all such discussions are dangerous fantasies, perhaps even seditious.The fundamental question, as I see it, is not whether a Red Caesar will overthrow democracy to establish a dictatorship but whether we still have a democracy in the first place. In a recent story in the far-left Guardian of London, political comm
In a surprising twist, Kevin McCarthy has been removed from his position as the speaker of the House, leaving the position completely vacant. Eight Republicans joined forces with Democrats to oust McCarthy.One of those Republicans was Rep. Matt Gaetz, who seems to have successfully persuaded his colleagues. “Chaos is Speaker McCarthy. Chaos is somebody who we cannot trust with their word,” Gates said. “The one thing that the White House, Democrats, and many of us on the conservative side of the Repub
A terrified driver said that his electric car had a mind of its own and would not brake, turn off, or allow him to change gears, resulting in a self-inflicted crash to finally stop the car.Brian Morrison said he was driving his MG ZS electric SUV between 10 and 11 p.m. when the car suddenly took control of itself, driving 30 miles per hour. The car is manufactured by SAIC Motor, a Chinese state-owned car company out of Shanghai.Morrison explained that he attempted to slow down while approaching a roundabou
Amtrak pays its employees large salaries despite never having turned a profit since its creation in 1971 and relying on taxpayers to cover its losses, according to Open the Books.Documents obtained by Open the Books via a Freedom of Information Act request revealed that the national railroad company paid its 19,000 workers an average salary of $121,000 for fiscal year 2022.The nonprofit organization noted that the exact salaries are hidden because Amtrak denied a request to release the information, claimin
Rioting and mass looting broke out across Philadelphia last week after murder charges were dismissed in the case of a white police officer who shot an armed Hispanic suspect during a routine traffic stop. The incident was ruled as a justified shooting after bodycam footage showed Eddie Irizarry producing a weapon and pointing it at officers during the stop. The weapon turned out to be a knife, not a gun.A swarm of criminals used the dismissal as a pretext to smash and loot Apple, Foot Locker, and Lululemon
Democrat Representative Jamaal Bowman of New York was caught on camera pulling the fire alarm in a Capitol Hill office building just minutes before a vote took place regarding whether or not to fund the government and avoid the looming shutdown. Although Bowman has sworn it was an accident, many are skeptical, thinking that perhaps he pulled the alarm with the intention of delaying the meeting, especially since the fire alarm was clearly marked. “He had no idea what he was doing – it was a red thing an
An 11-year-old was arrested Monday after allegedly opening fire at a Pop Warner youth football practice in Apopka, Florida. Police say that while only one shot was fired, two kids were ultimately struck — one in the back and the other in the arm. The suspect is presently facing one count of attempted second-degree murder, though Apopka Police Chief Michael McKinley indicated prosecutors may pursue additional charges. WOFL-TV reported that the APD received a report of a shooting around 8:20 p.m. n
Hunter Biden appeared "nervous" in federal court on Tuesday, a stark difference from his posture months ago when he thought a federal judge would rubber-stamp his sweetheart plea deal.Biden appeared in a Delaware federal courthouse for his arrangement on three felony gun charges. Special counsel David Weiss secured an indictment against the first son for the gun crimes last month. The indictment was particularly surprising because, just a little more than three months ago, Weiss agreed to a pretrial divers
Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio announced that he is running for speaker of the House, publishing a letter detailing his proposed focus, backed by recent accomplishments.The Republican predominantly focused on the decay of public safety and rising crime across the country. "The American people have entrusted us to lead in the House of Representatives," the congressman began. "We should be proud of what we have achieved together in these divided times. But our work is not done."Jordan is the chairman of the House J
Cleveland, Ohio: Home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the birthplace of Superman, and the best place to eat a Polish Boy sandwich. And also the place where an alarming number of children go missing, apparently, although this gruesome fact has been mostly ignored by the mainstream media. In September alone, 50 schoolchildren were reported missing in Cleveland, and “they've had over 1,000 missing so far this year,” Hilary Kennedy tells Pat Gray. She then plays a clip detailing the case of one particular
The Federal Communications Commission issued its first-ever space debris fine on Monday against satellite television company Dish Network to the tune of $150,000 over a failed deorbit.According to a press release from the FCC, it reached a settlement with Dish following an investigation into the company's "failure to properly deorbit its EchoStar-7 satellite.""This marks a first in space debris enforcement by the Commission, which has stepped up its satellite policy efforts, including establishing the Spac
Rep. Garret Graves (R-La.) unloaded on Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) Tuesday for immediately fundraising off of his campaign to oust now-former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R).Gaetz claims he initiated a motion to vacate the chair because, in his view, McCarthy made promises to the Republican conference that he failed to keep. In the end, only seven of Gaetz's Republican colleagues agreed with him, but that did not stop him from gloating about the ouster and using it to raise money.During the chaos on the Hous
The Pentagon's vaccine mandate is no longer in effect, but its repercussions continue to be felt. Of the over 8,000 service members discharged for refusing the shot, only 43 have rejoined over the past eight months. What's the background? After first rolling out a vaccination program on a voluntary basis, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced the mandate in 2021, penalizing all service members who resisted. The Military Times indicated that roughly 17,000 service members ultimately refused to t
A Missouri teen boy who believes he is a girl responded to backlash after he was crowned homecoming queen, stating that while he still had a voice in his head that others see him as a man, the award made him "feel like a woman."Oak Park High School in Kansas City, Missouri, recently named a male student homecoming queen after he beat four female competitors on his way to the crown.Tristan Young, the 17-year-old male recipient, said backlash has been rampant but so have words of praise.“As much as my life
New York Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul announced Monday that state officials have identified approximately 18,000 job openings that Venezuelan migrants can fill after the Biden administration recently granted legal work status.Last month, the United States Department of Homeland Security extended work authorization and temporary legal status to roughly 472,000 Venezuelans who arrived in the country before July 31, 2023. The DHS claimed that the asylum-seekers qualified for 18 months of Temporary Protect
Being a white, male conservative today is equivalent to putting a giant “kick me” sign on your back, or at least that’s been Ryan Spaeder’s experience. Spaeder has a long list of career achievements. Perhaps most notable are his contributions to Major League Baseball, specifically as a broadcaster and as a writer. However, despite his dedication to the sport, he claims he’s “been blackballed by Major League Baseball” due to his gender, race, and political views. “I am not welcome any more,
Target announced a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security as a result of a losing battle with organized retail crime that has caused the corporation to expect over $1 billion in losses in the last fiscal year.The company notified customers of the new DHS partnership after announcing that nine stores would be closed because of substantial losses due to theft, as well as safety concerns, TimCast reported.The company announced the closure of nine stores across four states: one in New York City's
Biden tapped an old colleague of Hunter's to lead the agency tasked with protecting whistleblowers like those who exposed Biden corruption.
John Cornyn is a snake in the grass.
The FBI denies targeting Americans based on ideology but jumpstarted investigations into Americans based on their political affiliations.
'For the first time, such groups could be so labeled because of their politics,' Newsweek reported on the new FBI effort.
Though numerous outlets contend that Kelly had 'confirmed' the stories, a closer reading tells us something different.
A lawsuit to obtain Colorado's ERIC data concerning 'registered voters identified as deceased' may proceed, a court ruled on Friday.
The case of Trevor Bauer represents a dangerous trend in which America's corrupt press is given the power of judge and jury.
Our policy leaders and the professional development gurus who alter the waves of pedagogic practice need to heed parents and teachers.
James Biden's participation shows just how much of a family affair the scandal is, with Joe Biden, the family's 'only asset,' at the top.
Eight Republicans joined Hakeem Jeffries, 'the squad,' and Adam Schiff to torpedo the GOP.
Do you think Tom Brady regrets foregoing efforts to maximize his salary so that his teams could afford to get and keep other top-quality talent?
By establishing both a law that protected precious lives and a strong material safety net for vulnerable women, Texas became a leader in responding to the needs of women post-Dobbs.
The political nature of the Jan. 6 prosecutions is illustrated by the partisan history of Matthew Graves and his wife, Fatima Goss Graves.
Matt Gaetz successfully ousted House Speaker Kevin McCarthy by a razor-thin margin (216-210) on Tuesday afternoon.
A report out last month revealed Interior Secretary Deb Haaland's family has ties to a communist Cuban solidarity group.
A preliminary injunction issued today by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that CISA is barred from censoring Americans.
Krugman penned the column after conservative Republicans successfully stopped another round of funding for Ukraine.
More theft and violence are the natural result of the Democrats' push for 'diversity, equity and inclusion.' Law enforcement can't coexist.
McConnell quietly acknowledged to his colleagues that the Senate bill including the Ukraine funding was not a winning issue for the party.
While Washington overzealously focuses on Ukraine's military, concerns affecting America's own armed forces have gone by the wayside.
More than 80% of the highest-ranking military officers who left the service over the past five years moved into jobs working for the defense industry, according to a new think tank report.
The Marine Corps kicked off a joint exercise in the Philippines this week, marking the second rotation for the service's newly formed rotational force as tensions flare in the Pacific.
The military service academies are all following the spirit of a nearly one-year-old law that allows cadets and Midshipmen who have children while enrolled to continue their education, even though the Pentagon is nearly a year behind schedule on releasing a formal policy.
President Joe Biden thanked his Kenyan counterpart in a phone call on Tuesday for agreeing to lead a multinational mission to intervene in Haiti, a day after the United Nations Security Council voted to endorse the effort.
The treatment, a monoclonal antibody, has been tested only in mice but could pave the way for curing other viral diseases of the central nervous system.
North Korea slammed the United States over a recent Pentagon report that labeled it a “persistent” threat because of weapons of mass destruction.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday that it has approved the military's plan to defuel the Navy's underground Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility, which is set to begin Oct. 16.
The future of Congress' annual defense policy bill, as well as U.S.
Scores of military veterans, service academy graduates and families are scrambling to find hotel rooms for the big Army-Navy game at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 9, 2023, because their reservations were canceled to make way for migrant families.
Facing mounting criticism for bungling the pandemic response at state-run veterans homes where 200 have died, state lawmakers and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy intend to propose a new state agency focused solely on the need of veterans.
Boston-born Dan Duggan was arrested by Australian police a year ago near his home in Orange in New South Wales state and is fighting extradition to the United States.
The much-needed ammunition has been sent at a time when continued U.S. financial support for Kyiv’s fight to defend itself remains in question.
Purported failures in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan -- even the microcosm of Kabul -- are arguably symptoms of greater problems in policymaking, rather than shortcomings in professional military education.
The Army announced Tuesday that it is overhauling recruiting and creating a new career track for recruiters after failing for years to meet its goals for bringing young Americans into the service.
Two soldiers with the 11th Airborne Division were killed and 12 were injured in a military vehicle accident Monday in Alaska, according to the division.
Whether Pvt. Travis King will face Army punishment for fleeing into North Korea in July remains an open question days after he returned to U.S. soil on Sept. 28.
Troop numbers are now at their “regular” level of some 4,500 soldiers, reduced from 8,350 in the wake of violence on Sept. 24 in northern Kosovo.
A Rand Corp. report released last month found that older veterans and disabled veterans who aren't able to work are at highest risk for going hungry.
The deadline to enroll in the military's Survivor Benefit Plan during this year's open season has just shortened -- dramatically.
The Navy is asking the National Marine Fisheries Service to “modify” its regulations to allow for more injuries to marine mammals during Pacific training.
A high-ranking Pentagon official has been involved in dogfighting since at least 2002 and is accused of executing dogs that performed "poorly" in fights, according to a federal criminal complaint.
It's been almost a year, and Michael Patton still wants justice. To him, that means seeing criminal charges filed against the driver who killed his son.
When COVID-19 hit the Veterans Memorial Homes at Menlo Park and Paramus, N.J., workers began a mass exodus, according to a state report released Tuesday.
Former Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday criticized his boss-turned-rival, Donald Trump, for calling retired Gen. Mark Milley, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a traitor.
The Air Force anticipated only 50 cases annually when it announced a new pilot program last year that would allow some applicants who drug-tested positive for THC, the active compound in marijuana, a chance to retest and possibly enlist.
A Marine from Beaufort's Marine Corps Air Station faces several felony charges of animal cruelty for reportedly neglecting five pets she was hired to watch during a Hilton Head man's vacation.
The state had argued that it was immune from lawsuits in the case.
Studies indicate that people who served in the military are 1.3 to 2 times more likely than the general population to die of ALS.
The Pentagon is warning Congress that it is running low on funding to replace weapons the U.S. has sent to Ukraine and has already been forced to slow down resupplying some troops.
An air squadron that for 50 years has been training pilots to fly F/A-18 Hornets was decommissioned at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar during a “sundowner ceremony” on Friday.
The United Nations Security Council approved a one-year deployment of a multinational armed force to Haiti to be led by Kenya, nearly a year after the crisis-ridden country appealed to the international community for help to put down the violent gangs that have taken over larger parts of the country.
Some 20 targets of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, were “destroyed” in the latest aerial operation.
Former NFL tight end Russ Francis, 70, was a passenger on an aircraft that was piloted by Richard McSpadden, a former commander with the Air Force Thunderbirds, according to the Lake Placid News.
President Joe Biden said American aid to Ukraine will keep flowing for now as he sought to reassure allies of continued U.S. financial support for the war effort.
Some of Europe’s top diplomats gathered in Kyiv in a display of support for Ukraine’s fight against Russia’s invasion as signs emerge of political strain in Europe and the United States about the 19-month-old war.
It wasn't an emergency landing, but a U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey recently experienced a mechanical issue that caused the pilot and several others onboard to land at Baldwin County Regional Airport in Georgia.
A U.S. Army lieutenant who was struck, pepper-sprayed and handcuffed during a traffic stop in Virginia asked a federal appeals court on Monday to overturn rulings by a trial judge after jurors found mostly in favor of the two police officers he sued.
The arrival of her body was not open to the public.
Associated Press reporters traveling in the border region saw several Serbian army transport vehicles driving away toward central Serbia, a sign that the military might be scaling down its presence in the region following calls from U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Ukrainian officials stressed that U.S. backing for Ukraine would continue despite the stop-gap legislation.
Around 250 defense companies from more than 30 countries gathered in Kyiv for the event.
Oleksandra Ustinova's comments come after published an article about a Pentagon report that highlighted how a Russian-led criminal ring in Ukraine was able to steal weapons sent to Kyiv for the war.
Julian Hodges, one of the last living veterans who served on the Yorktown, teared up as he watched the footage.
The West has denounced both the referendum votes carried out last year and the recent ballots as a sham.
The outcome ends, for now, the threat of a shutdown, but the reprieve may be short-lived.
House Republicans have spent more than six hours making their case for pursuing an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.
The Army and Marine Corps are set to fall on opposite sides of what has become a recruiting crisis as enlistment estimates roll in this week.
An Associated Press reporter traveled with Gen. Mark Milley as he made his last trip to Normandy to honor those who fought on D-Day and celebrate with the young American soldiers in the French town that welcomes them every year.
Army Gen. Mark Milley delivered a full-throated defense of democracy and not-so-subtle swipes at former President Donald Trump during a packed ceremony as he closed out his four, often tumultuous years as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has issued a major ruling on a preliminary injunction to stop…
In Monty Python’s film, “The Life of Brian,” the lead character hangs hopelessly on the cross when a small army…
After the initiation of the Biden impeachment inquiry, new messages are deepening concerns over the influence of Chinese figures on…
Below is my column in on the controversy involving Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., and his pulling the fire alarm…
Below is my column in The Hill on moving forward with the Biden impeachment inquiry. The column discusses four possible…
Below is my column in The Messenger on my response to Steve Bannon and others who were upset that I…
We previously discussed how Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) perfectly captured the age of rage in raving at members and the…
Below is my column in the Daily Beast responding to the attack launched by Democratic Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) during…
There have been repeated references to the ten facts that I alluded to in my congressional testimony as establishing an…
Below is my column in USA Today on what the Menendez indictment might say about the Hunter Biden investigation. From…
This morning, I will testify in the first hearing of the impeachment inquiry of President Joseph Biden. The hearing of…
Below is my column on the Menendez indictment and the curious “Mattress Defense” put forward by the senator. For most…
In a chilling message, former President Trump pledged to investigate Comcast if he is elected in 2024. Trump insisted that…
Below is my column in The Hill on the indictment of Senator Robert Menendez for bribery, again. As predicted in…
I have previously written about the near total meltdown of our public education system in some major cities. Prominent in…
It seems that we continue to struggle with a chief executive who goes on social media to personally attack judges…
We previously discussed the defunct Disinformation Governance Board and its controversial head Nina Jankowicz. After the outcry over the program,…
I have the honor of speaking today at Villanova University in Philadelphia as part of their Constitutional Day celebrations. I…
Edward Druzolowski, 78, is facing a second-degree murder charge in Florida after gunning down his neighbor over a tree cutting…
Jacinda Ardern may no longer be Prime Minister of New Zealand, but she was back at the United Nations continuing…
In torts, we discuss the “no duty to rescue” doctrine in torts. Under the common law, you are not legally…
Another pro-life display was attacked on a campus this week with little response from the university. Students who set up…
This morning, Res Ipsa passed the 75,000,000 mark in views on the blog.  We have used these moments to give…
Below is my column in The Hill on the impeachment inquiry and one striking pattern among the alleged crimes facing…
The Nation is under criticism this week for another column that appears to entirely discard the facts in advancing a…
Below is a longer version of my column in the New York Post on the gag order motion docketed Friday…
The bizarre story of Susanna Gibson and her running as a candidate for the House of Delegates has occupied much…
I recently wrote a column about five facts that justified the start of an impeachment inquiry. While I have stressed…
The Telegraph is reporting that the BBC has removed Irish singer Róisín Murphy from a prepared feature radio broadcast. The reason…
When Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson (D) ran for office, he was propelled to victory by a growing socialist movement allied…
Below is my column in The Messenger on the reason why an impeachment inquiry is warranted.  I do not believe…
Today I have the honor of speaking to the judges and lawyers in the 2023 Ohio Judicial conference on the…
I have previously written how the level of advocacy and bias has created a danger of a de facto state…
We have yet another event cancelled by students who are opposed to allowing others to hear opposing views on campus.…
J.B. may be the ultimate example of the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) pledge to give up their gun when it…
Below is my column in the Hill on release of the final report of the Special Purpose Grand Jury in…
  To paraphrase Hamlet, there is “something rotten” in the state of Delaware. Filings in the Delaware Supreme Court this…
New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday suspended laws that allow open and concealed carry of firearms in Albuquerque…
Below is my column in the New York Post in response to the attack this week by Harvard Professor Laurence…
Below is my column in The Messenger on the new ranking of colleges and universities on the protection of free…
After the spectacular collapse of his sweetheart deal with the Justice Department in court, Hunter Biden’s lawyer angrily told the…
Below is my column in USA Today on adoption of some Democrats of arguments and rationales once used against the…
New Jersey’s Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy is pushing back on a plan to fly undocumented immigrants to his state, suggesting…
Below is my column in The Hill on the growing list of aliases used by President Joe Biden in prior…
In my torts class, I often compare the different approaches and doctrines in the United States and the United Kingdom.…
We recently discussed a federal court ruling that the Texas law requiring age verification and warning for porn sites was…
I recently wrote how the Washington Post issued a statement that declared that the newspaper was “standing by” columnist Philip…
There is an interesting free speech ruling in Texas in favor of the adult entertainment site, Pornhub. Senior U.S. District…
Former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani lost a defamation lawsuit by default Wednesday in Washington, D.C. In a 57-page ruling, United…
We recently discussed a troubling decision from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Porter v.…
The former mayor’s drinking has become an investigative subplot in Donald Trump’s federal case over 2020 election interference. But long before that, friends had grown deeply concerned.
Representatives Steve Scalise of Louisiana and Jim Jordan of Ohio are both running to succeed Kevin McCarthy, who was ousted as speaker.
The move comes just three days after student loan repayments resumed following a three-year pause.
Representative Nancy Pelosi had been given a “hideaway” office suite as a courtesy — one that was rescinded after she did nothing to help Representative Kevin McCarthy.
The former Trump adviser has helped create the spectacle of G.O.P. dysfunction, using it to build his own following and those of the right-wing House rebels who took down Kevin McCarthy.
The demands would likely be met with stiff resistance from hard-line members of the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel.
Representative Patrick T. McHenry of North Carolina, who took the gavel, may oversee the election of a new speaker. But he does not have the power to run the chamber.
The No. 2 Republican and the chairman of the Judiciary Committee appear to be in the strongest positions in the early stages of the sprint to choose a new speaker.
The meeting is an opportunity to ease an increasingly tense relationship between two allies, while addressing hot-button issues in the 2024 presidential race in the United States.
The relocation caps a monthslong retooling of the campaign, which was in financial dire straits this summer. But the Florida governor still has a steep climb ahead.
Vivek Ramaswamy will end his day in Michigan with a rally opposing plans by a Chinese subsidiary to build an electric vehicle battery factory in the state.
Several Republicans in the presidential field had endorsed a government shutdown, at odds with Mr. McCarthy.
Abu Zubaydah was the first prisoner waterboarded by the C.I.A. He has never faced charges at Guantánamo Bay.
Ms. Sinema left the Democratic Party last year to become an independent, but has not confirmed whether she will run for re-election.
McCarthy’s unprecedented removal hurls the House into a state of havoc, as Republicans scramble to determine their next steps.
The Republican from North Carolina and an
The pharmaceutical companies said they would begin talks even as several of them were suing the Biden administration over a new law authorizing the negotiations.
Two top advisers to former President Donald J. Trump claimed without evidence that Democrats are working to “steal” the 2024 election.
The candidates criticized the committee for threatening to bar them from future debates if they took part in a face-off presented by Fox News.
Gov. Gavin Newsom of California’s choice of a successor to Dianne Feinstein was complicated by two television interviews that attracted political pressure from many sides.
Prosecutors said the FTX founder had lied to customers. Defense lawyers said he had just been trying to prevent his cryptocurrency exchange from melting down.
Apollo was the first to use annuities to build a major financing business. Others followed, driving the growth of the private lending market and worrying regulators.
Missed payments will be reported as a forbearance rather than as delinquencies. But your credit score could still be affected.
Liu Yiqian made global headlines in 2014 and 2015 by paying top prices for paintings and antiquities but is starting to liquidate part of his collection.
A year after adding à la carte sales of audiobooks, Spotify is offering paying subscribers 15 hours of books a month.
China’s brightest minds, including tech professionals, are emigrating, but many are not heading to America. We spoke to them to ask why.
Firestorms over Chinese investments, like a battery factory in Green Charter Township, are erupting as officials weigh the risks of taking money from an adversary.
As companies with hybrid work forces reduce square footage, universities see an opportunity to buy buildings at bargain prices.
American Airlines has apologized to David Ryan Harris, a Black musician who said he and his biracial children were confronted by an airline employee and police officers after a flight last month.
Mr. Murray, who has been at the publication since 2014, will leave his role at the end of April.
Ms. Ormond also sued Creative Artists Agency, which represented her at the time, and Disney, which owned Mr. Weinstein’s Miramax.
Especially in California, people could experience delays in appointments or test results and even have medical procedures postponed after thousands of health care workers walked out.
The move comes just three days after student loan repayments resumed following a three-year pause.
A federal judge in Brooklyn said he had not found that the fast-food chains sold burgers that were smaller than the ones they featured in advertisements.
The health system failed to reach a new contract agreement with many of its unionized employees, who walked off the job in several states.
Stocks and bonds have tumbled worldwide, with the 30-year Treasury bill hitting a 16-year high. Investors are worried about the economy’s health.
Ben Leventhal says Blackbird will give many independent restaurants the means to identify and reward regulars for the first time.
Dish, the television provider, failed to move its dead satellite into a higher orbit, where it would pose little threat to active satellites, the agency announced. The company agreed to pay a $150,000 fine.
The pharmaceutical companies said they would begin talks even as several of them were suing the Biden administration over a new law authorizing the negotiations.
The airline, which is betting big on strong travel demand, said the new planes will expand its fleet and replace older planes.
The performer worked with Mattel to create a doll in her likeness. She showed it off onstage at Madison Square Garden.
Emma McGuinness suffered “permanent bodily injury” on a visit to Disney World in Florida in 2019, according to a lawsuit that accuses Walt Disney Parks and Resorts of negligence.
The justices heard a challenge to the way Congress funded the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau but seemed persuaded that it was constitutional.
The concern, raised in a letter, signals that cable and satellite providers may push back against streaming services full of shows they’re already paying for.
The health care system provides care for 13 million people in eight states. Union officials say the job action — threatened for Wednesday — could be the largest strike by health care workers in recent U.S. history.
One U.S. company is helping Ukraine behind the scenes combat not only attacks from traditional weapons but invisible ones, too.
The trip comes at a time of heightened tensions between Beijing and Washington, as the Biden administration restricts investments in key Chinese sectors while trying to improve relations.
Despite its problems, the continent is showing positive signs for democracy. Will that lead to a new future for its 1.2 billion citizens?
The Pixar film struggled at the box office initially. It has now made $500 million, but not before prompting the studio to re-examine its release strategy.
The rapper and singer’s latest LP, “Nostalgia,” beat Rodrigo’s “Guts” to No. 1 by the equivalent of about 500 sales.
The report from the Labor Department is the latest reading on how the economy is withstanding the escalation of interest rates.
Mr. Bankman-Fried is accused of orchestrating a vast scheme to siphon billions of dollars of FTX customer money.
Matt Gaetz’s move to unseat Kevin McCarthy is adding volatility to equity and bond markets.
The session on Monday was the first in more than two months and included top industry executives.
“Going Infinite,” by Michael Lewis, offers a behind-the-scenes account of Mr. Bankman-Fried’s rise and fall.
Mr. Hanks and the CBS anchor Gayle King both said their likenesses were used in unauthorized advertisements, as worries have grown over the unregulated use of artificial intelligence.
The move, another sign of the company’s financial troubles, is intended to start negotiations with lenders, it said.
About a quarter of Black babies and toddlers in rental households face the threat of eviction in a typical year, a new study says, and all children are disproportionately at risk.
Satya Nadella, the chief executive of Microsoft, is the government’s biggest-name witness in its landmark antitrust case against Google.
Josh Kruger, 39, was shot seven times. The police said that no arrests had been made.
Hui Ka Yan, who grew up poor in the countryside, was a symbol of China’s economic rise. With Evergrande teetering, his future is uncertain, too.
Analysts expected a decline in sales for the quarter. Still, the dip may raise concerns about flagging demand.
Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of the failed crypto exchange FTX, gets his day in court on Tuesday. The trial will shine a harsh glare on the wider sector.
The FTX founder’s uphill court battle starts Tuesday, after he has come to symbolize everything that went wrong with the cryptocurrency industry.
On a first-time luxury river cruise in France, our reporter learns why this all-inclusive trip, despite its expense, was worth it.
An official with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which filed the lawsuit, said the nature of the allegations was “quite egregious.”
Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, the lead negotiator for SAG-AFTRA, will be a key player as the guild begins talks with the studios again on Monday.
Brands selling feminine care products have dropped the euphemisms to sell to younger consumers. But are they still capitalizing on old stigmas?
Rohit Chopra, who leads the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, says he is simply enforcing the law. Bankers call him reckless — a “regulator gone rogue.”
More than 80 percent of licensed child care providers in the United States received the grants, which they used to pay bills and raise wages for staff.
When Francesca Gino, a rising academic star, was accused of falsifying data — about how to stop dishonesty — it didn’t just torch her career. It inflamed a crisis in behavioral science.
As the war with Russia stretches on, so too does a contest to make more and deadlier flying machines. That means a fight over global electronics supply chains that run through China.
The Chinese property developer’s efforts to restructure more than $300 billion in debt are being complicated by criminal investigations into current and former executives.
Banks hold enormous amounts of real estate debt, and regulators are nervous. But a fast-moving crisis is unlikely because the government has extensive control of the system.
WHP Global, the parent company of Toys “R” Us, said on Friday it would open up to two dozen flagship stores starting next year, along with shops in airports and cruise ships.
The federal charges are said to involve disclosure of tax information from Donald Trump and other wealthy taxpayers.
Auto safety regulators are concerned about possible fires caused by brake fluid leaks.
An heir to an oil fortune, he built his own empire with TCW Group and was an influential California donor, including to his alma mater, Claremont McKenna College.
Prosecutors said the FTX founder had lied to customers. Defense lawyers said he had just been trying to prevent his cryptocurrency exchange from melting down.
A year after adding à la carte sales of audiobooks, Spotify is offering paying subscribers 15 hours of books a month.
Ms. Brown’s exit indicates how Meta’s priorities around news and its relationships with media companies have changed.
The right hardware and software — combined with time to learn — can improve the soundtrack in your videos, podcasts and other creative endeavors.
Paramount tried to make “Mean Girls” happen all over again for a new generation.
Nick Clegg of Meta says that they can be, with the right systems in place.
“Going Infinite,” by Michael Lewis, offers a behind-the-scenes account of Mr. Bankman-Fried’s rise and fall.
Mr. Hanks and the CBS anchor Gayle King both said their likenesses were used in unauthorized advertisements, as worries have grown over the unregulated use of artificial intelligence.
Satya Nadella, the chief executive of Microsoft, is the government’s biggest-name witness in its landmark antitrust case against Google.
Astronomers warn that BlueWalker 3, a test spacecraft with a large array of antennas, could be the first of many larger satellites in low-Earth orbit that interfere with astronomical observations.
Analysts expected a decline in sales for the quarter. Still, the dip may raise concerns about flagging demand.
Crypto insiders, who have been trying to distance themselves from the FTX founder, are united in their zeal to see Mr. Bankman-Fried held to account.
The FTX founder’s uphill court battle starts Tuesday, after he has come to symbolize everything that went wrong with the cryptocurrency industry.
In an industry where customers are slow to trust and quick to criticize, a new fee from Unity infuriated studios that use its platform.
The love affair between fashion and technology gets revived at Coperni, Anrealage and Junya Watanabe. Will it be any more successful this time around?
As the war with Russia stretches on, so too does a contest to make more and deadlier flying machines. That means a fight over global electronics supply chains that run through China.
Ranga Dias, the University of Rochester physicist who led the research, continued to defend the findings.
Su Zhu, a founder of Three Arrows Capital, a cryptocurrency hedge fund that collapsed last year, was arrested in Singapore.
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship by tech platforms, violate the First Amendment.
The momentum behind organizations that aim to combat online falsehoods has started to taper off.
Working on a remote island, scientists think they can use genetic engineering to block a malaria-carrying species of mosquito from spreading the disease — and do it in just a few months. But governments are wary.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit accusing the carmaker of mistreating Black employees at its factory in California.
OpenAI’s Sam Altman, the former Apple designer Jony Ive and SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son are teaming up to develop a device that could replace the smartphone.
The accusations reflect worry in Washington that China’s information operations pose a growing security challenge to the United States.
The Canadian government matched financial incentives available in the U.S. to attract the investment from Northvolt, a Swedish company.
Leaked internal messages detail efforts by the Chinese tech giant to court Greek officials and fight an American-led effort against its technology.
La agencia de protección a los consumidores de Estados Unidos asegura que el gigante de internet usó su poder monopólico para aumentar precios y perjudicar a sus competidores
The Univision anchor, one of three moderators, caught some candidates off-guard with questions on immigration and hate crimes.
Though “The Drew Barrymore Show” is preparing to go back on the air, its three head writers have declined to return with it. The development comes less than a month after Barrymore found herself in a firestorm of controversy for announcing a return to production before the WGA strike concluded. A source close to the talk show shared that the three writers — Chelsea White, Cristina Kinon and Liz Koe— were offered deals after the WGA strike order was lifted on Sept.
NBC’s sketch comedy drought is almost over. The network announced Wednesday that Saturday Night Live will kick off its strike-delayed 49th season on Oct. 14 with Studio 8H alum Pete Davidson as host and Ice Spice as musical guest. The following week, Bad Bunny will serve as musical guest and host.  More from TVLine The Drew Barrymore Show Sets Season 4 Return Following Strike Snafu - Get New Premiere Date It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown: The One Way to Watch for F
"We didn’t know what was wrong with me — and here I am on the big stage, competing,” the Olympic gymnast said of experiencing concerning symptoms before doctors determined her diagnosis Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Suni Lee attends Glamour's 2022 Women of the Year Awards on Nov. 1. Suni Lee is opening up about a difficult health challenge she's facing as she sets her sights on the 2024 Olympics. Earlier this year, the 2020 Olympic gymnastics all-around champion was
Ethan Miller/Getty Images; Theo Wargo/Getty Images Josh Duhamel is “grateful” for his Hollywood success, but he confessed that his time in the spotlight while married to Fergie was “a lot” to handle. “I don’t think I ever really got comfortable with all of it,” Duhamel, 50, said of the fame that came from being with Fergie, 48, during a Wednesday, October 4, clip from his In Depth With Graham Bensinger interview. “I just missed the simplicity of who I really am, you
Kevin Spacey was reportedly rushed to a medical center in Uzbekistan after he began exhibiting symptoms of a heart attack. The House of Cards alum was touring the Afrasiyab Museum on Monday, Oct. 2, when his left arm went numb, according to The Sun, leading him to seek help at a clinic in the city of Samarkand, where he underwent several tests, including an MRI. Spacey was in town for the 15th Tashkent International Film Festival, according to the
LAS VEGAS (AP) — LGPA Tour trailblazer Lexi Thompson will compete against men at the PGA Tour's upcoming event in Las Vegas. The Shriners Children’s Open announced Wednesday that Thompson received an unrestricted exemption into its tournament that begins Oct. 12 at TPC Summerlin. She will compete with 131 men for a $8.4 million purse. Thompson will become the seventh woman to compete in a PGA Tour event and the first since Brittany Lincicome did so at the 2018 Barbasol Champ
Far more people are in harm's way as they move into high flood zones across the globe, adding to an increase in watery disasters from climate change, a new study said. Since 1985, the number of the world’s settlements in the riskiest flood zones has increased 122%, compared to 80% for the safest areas, according to a study in Wednesday’s journal Nature by researchers at The World Bank. The authors looked at settlement extent and expansion using satellites instead of populati
NEW YORK (AP) — “Star Trek” actor and political activist George Takei has a picture book scheduled for next spring that draws upon his early childhood years spent in internment camps for Japanese Americans.  Crown Books for Young Readers announced Wednesday that Takei's “My Lost Freedom,” illustrated by Michelle Lee, will be published April 30, 2024. Takei, 86, spent three years in three different camps during World War II. The camps were established after Preside
Rome — Pope Francis opened a big meeting Wednesday on the future of the Catholic Church, where contentious topics will be discussed. The three-week General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops at the Vatican, sometimes called the Super Bowl of the Catholic Church, has drawn bishops from around the world to discuss hot button issues including whether priests should be allowed to get married, if divorced and remarried Catholics should receive communion, whether women should be allowed t
Lewis Pugh, a 53-year-old endurance swimmer, holds a unique distinction: he is the only person to have completed long-distance swims in all the world's oceans.  Recently, he completed an incredible 315-mile swim of the entire Hudson River, as part of his ongoing mission to make waves in conversation about ocean — and now river — preservation.  With Pugh's Hudson River swim, which started in the Adirondack Mountains in northeastern New York and finished last mon
A bus with passengers on board fell from an elevated section in Mestre, near Venice - ANDREA BUOSO/EPA-EFE/ShutterstockAt least 21 people died and more than a dozen others were injured on Tuesday night when a coach powered by methane smashed through the guard rail of an overpass near Venice and plunged 50ft to the ground, bursting into flames.The mayor of Venice described the scene of the crash as “apocalyptic”.The horrific accident happened on a stretch of road between the town
Marc Polmans was up a set, then out of the Shangai Masters. (Photo by Andy Cheung/Getty Images)Andy Cheung via Getty ImagesThere are a number of ways for tennis players to react to missing a volley on match point. Marc Polmans landed on one that got him disqualified from the match.The Australian national was bounced from a qualifier at the Shanghai Masters on Monday after slamming a ball at the net in frustration and accidentally hitting chair umpire Ben Anderson in the face. Polman
Two children died and a third was hospitalized after they fell into a pool while at a day care in San Jose Monday, investigators said.Police and fire department officials responded to the day care for a welfare check around 9:05 a.m., according to the San Jose Police Department (SJPD).The police were told that "several juveniles had fallen into a pool," the SJPD said.Three children were rushed to local hospitals in critical condition, police said. Two of the victims, who w
BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. -- Neighbors are speaking out after Craig Ross, Jr. was charged with kidnapping a 9-year-old girl from Moreau Lake State Park. A fingerprint on a ransom note led to his arrest. Police are working to see if Ross, 46, is linked to any other alleged crimes. "I've been praying for 48 hours, since I got the first Amber Alert," said Carol Brown of Ballston Spa. Brown lives just down the road from the location where police found Charlotte Sen
If you're looking to deep-clean your floors or bathroom tiling, one of the best tools to get a thorough clean is the BISSELL SteamShot Hard Surface cleaner. As far as household cleaning essentials go, it's truly a hidden gem. Here's the deal: In about 30 seconds, the BISSELL SteamShot heats up and is ready to use with just one touch of the trigger. Because the device only relies on steam to clean, you don't need to use an entire arsenal of cleaning products. Cool, right? With more t
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating the death of a preterm infant who developed sepsis and later died as the result of ingesting live bacteria, which the FDA has linked to a probiotic supplement administered during in-hospital care. The FDA did not disclose any identifying details about the infant, such as name, location, treating hospital or a timeline of events. It said in a Sept. 29 letter addressed to health care providers that the infant was born premature an
Eli! The "Wedding Crashers" impression! We want it! During ESPN's "ManningCast" broadcast of "Monday Night Football," Will Ferrell did his best to teach Eli Manning how to properly deliver his classic "meatloaf" line as Chazz Reinhold from "Wedding Crashers."  Manning hilariously fell a little short with his impression.  "Mooooom, meatloaf," Manning gargled out.  "Why did you drag it out?" Ferre
Aaron Rodgers' New Jersey home.Jeffrey Massey/Suburbs of New York City/YouTube; John Jones-USA TODAY Aaron Rodgers made a blockbuster free-agency move to join the New York Jets for the 2023 NFL season. The superstar quarterback bought himself a $9.5 million home in northeastern New Jersey to live in. The modern mansion has eight bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, and stunning views of the New York City skyline. Aaron Rodgers has a palace fit for football royalty.The four-time NFL MVP took
Sign up for CNN’s Stress, But Less newsletter. Our six-part mindfulness guide will inform and inspire you to reduce stress while learning how to harness it. Parents, teachers, coaches and other adults shouting at, denigrating or verbally threatening children can be as damaging to their development as sexual or physical abuse, a new study finds. The study, published in the journal Child Abuse & Neglect, reviewed 166 earlier studies to produce a detailed analysis of the existing
Donald Trump's legal woes aren't limited to four high-profile criminal prosecutions. The former president also faces a civil lawsuit filed last year by New York Attorney General Letitia James, which went to trial on Oct. 2. The judge in the case has already found Trump, his two adult sons, and his company, The Trump Organization, liable for fraud and ordered the cancellation of licenses that allow Trump to do business in the state.  The trial, which could last until De
The eighth victim of the notorious convicted serial killer “Happy Face” has been identified nearly three decades after a woman’s skeletal remains were found beside a Florida highway, deputies said. The woman has been identified as 34-year-old Suzanne L. Kjellenberg, according to an Oct. 3 news release from the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. Keith Jesperson was working as a long-haul truck driver in the early ‘90s when he stopped at a truck stop outside of Tampa, the she
The Cleveland Guardians announced Tuesday that Terry Francona is stepping down as manager after 11 seasons."I came here for the right reasons, and I think I'm leaving for the right reasons, but in between has been really good," Francona said in a statement. Francona, who has spent more than 40 years in baseball, was alongside president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti during the announcement. While Francona is finished managing, he will stay with the Guardians in
Dancing With the Stars pro Artem Chigvintsev has COVID and will not dance in Tuesday’s episode, the ABC competition announced via social media. Former Bachelorette Charity Lawson will perform her Latin Night number with troupe member Ezra Sosa in Chigvintsev’s absence. More from TVLinePatrick Stewart Admits He Was a 'Severe Bastard' to His Star Trek: The Next Generation Co-Stars in Season 1Valerie Bertinelli Wears 'Fat Clothes' From Jenny Craig Commercial, Slam
The ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge posted an intimate photo of her self-care and her followers, including Jessica Alba, praised her natural beauty Sofia Vergara/Instagram Sofía Vergara Instagram selfie Sofía Vergara is taking a break from all the glam to show off her natural side.  In a new Instagram selfie shared Monday, the America’s Got Talent judge, 51, decided to show off her fresh-faced beauty with a rare makeup-free selfie — taken from the bathtub!  The
An elementary school teacher, a college professor and a pair of U.S. Air Force members are among 160 people charged in a statewide human trafficking crackdown in Ohio, the state's top prosecutor said Tuesday. In addition to the arrests, "Operation Buyer’s Remorse" identified more than 100 human trafficking survivors, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced in a news release. The arrests began Sept. 25 and lasted through Saturday. They took place in "every corn
Editor’s Note: Read the latest details in the Moreau Lake State Park abduction case here. Charlotte Sena, the 9-year-old girl who went missing while on a camping trip at a New York state park two days ago, has been found safe and a suspect has been detained, authorities said Monday evening. Before she was found, Charlotte’s parents received a ransom note at their home, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday evening. At a late-night news conference, t
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Josh Kruger, a Philadelphia journalist and activist, was shot and killed inside his home in the Point Breeze neighborhood early Monday morning, police said. The shooting happened shortly before 1:30 a.m. in the 2300 block of Watkins Street.Kruger, 39, was shot seven times, according to police. He was taken to an area hospital, where he later died.Police have not made any arrests and no weapons were recovered.Jaz Brown heard the gunshots and screams of her neigh
John Kelly, the longest-serving White House chief of staff for Donald Trump, offered his harshest criticism yet of the former president in an exclusive statement to CNN. Kelly set the record straight with on-the-record confirmation of a number of damning stories about statements Trump made behind closed doors attacking US service members and veterans, listing a number of objectionable comments Kelly witnessed Trump make firsthand. “What can I add that has not already been said?”
Just above the rolling vineyards of Northern California, Sarah Ward's dream was taking flight.  "When it's calm and nice out, that's when you can't believe that this is what you get to do every day," she said, navigating a Cessna 172-S 3,000 feet above ground.  After earning her private license in October 2022, these days she's one step closer to becoming a commercial pilot. It wasn't always the plan. In fact, you could say becoming a pilo
How old is too old to go trick-or-treating on Halloween? Are teenagers too old to trick-or-treat? It's a much-buzzed-about topic every year.Kids aren’t asking — they’ll take the free candy — but some parents wonder, at what point is it developmentally appropriate for teens to hang up their Halloween baskets?"There is no age when kids 'should' stop trick-or-treating, but after graduating high school many enjoy other ways to celebrate Halloween," Sheryl Z
Pope Francis suggested it may be possible to bless same-sex unions in a newly public response to cardinals who questioned the pope's affirmation of the LGBTQ community in the Catholic Church.In the July letter, which is written in Spanish, he reaffirmed that "the Church has a very clear understanding of marriage: an exclusive, stable, and indissoluble union between a man and a woman, naturally open to procreation," according to the Vatican News.However, he advocated fo
Jim Caple worked at ESPN for close to two decades, and spent time at The Athletic, the St. Paul Pioneer-Press and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer throughout his career. (Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesLongtime ESPN and Major League Baseball writer Jim Caple died Sunday. He was 61.Caple’s wife, Vicki, announced that he had been battling both ALS and dementia.“My person, best friend and husband died on Sunday afternoon,” Vicki wrote on
A statewide crackdown on patrons of sex workers netted 160 arrests, mostly of men suspected of being "johns," Ohio's attorney general announced Monday."Operation Buyer's Remorse" reached every corner of Ohio and swept up a 17-year-old suspected of soliciting a sex worker and an 84-year-old suspected of the same, the attorney general's office said.The weeklong operation netted 149 such arrests, the office said in a statement. The 11 other people includ
LeBron James revealed Monday that his son, Bronny, had surgery this summer after he experienced cardiac arrest at a basketball workout with USC. James didn't provide details on the procedure or when it took place, but did share that Bronny was recovering well from the incident and he expects his son to play for USC this season. "Bronny's doing extremely well," James told reporters at Lakers media day. "He's begun his rehab process to get back on the floo
Twins Lisa and Louise Burns of "The Shining."Warner Bros./Splash News Some child actors who appeared in horror movies quit acting, like the twins from "The Shining." Others went on to even greater acting success, like Kirsten Dunst and Chloë Grace Moretz. Abigail Breslin got her start in "Signs" and still appears in horror films. Chloe Grace Moretz in "The Amityville Horror."Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer She has continued working on horror films, mos
WASHINGTON — Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., conceded Monday that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy “probably” can survive a conservative effort to oust him from power.But, Gaetz said, McCarthy would almost certainly need to rely on Democrats to do so, weakening the GOP speaker’s standing among House Republicans.“Kevin McCarthy’s true coalition partner on all things of substance has been the Democrats this Congress,” Gaetz told reporters on the steps of the Capitol on Monday, poin
The French government has vowed action to “reassure and protect” the public as its capital Paris reports a “widespread” rise in bedbugs. French Transport Minister Clement Beaune has said he would convene a meeting this week to “undertake further action” to “reassure and protect” the public from the reported surge in the numbers of the blood-sucking insect. French transport operators remain “vigilant” about bedbugs following reports of what was said to be sighting
For many people, enjoying a few alcoholic beverages can come at a cost — including nausea, headaches and more symptoms of morning-after hangovers. On TikTok and other social media platforms, claims are making the rounds that actions such as chugging down a sports drink, using an electrolyte powdered mix or scheduling an appointment to receive an IV with electrolytes has helped people handle hangovers. Does electrolyte supplementation really expedite the recovery of a hangover? Fox
A Black man was seen in a viral video handcuffed with swollen eyes and a bloody face after an encounter with several officers in northeast Florida, the latest case involving the use of force by law enforcement following a traffic stop.  The video, captured by a bystander on Friday, showed officers with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office taking Le'Keian Woods, 24, into custody after a traffic stop. Several officers were responding to the traffic stop and at least three we
Excuse his profanity. But he's "always f***ing open."Those were the words from All-Pro Bengals receiver Ja'Marr Chase after Cincinnati posted another offensive dud on Sunday in a 27-3 loss to the Tennessee Titans. The defeat dropped the Bengals to 1-3.Chase was a relative bright spot on a dismal day that saw the Bengals generate just 211 yards of total offense. His seven catches for 71 yards led the Bengals in yards from scrimmage. But the numbers don't resembl
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Merrick Garland said in an interview that aired Sunday that he would resign if asked by President Joe Biden to take action against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. But he doesn't think he'll be put in that position.  “I am sure that that will not happen, but I would not do anything in that regard,” he said on CBS “60 Minutes.” “And if necessary, I would resign. But there is no sense that anything like that
Former President Trump said Sunday that Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) should be jailed for the “egregious act” of pulling the fire alarm Saturday ahead of the House’s vote on a stopgap measure to keep the government open past the midnight deadline.  “Will Congressman Jamal Bowman be prosecuted and imprisoned for very dangerously pulling and setting off the main fire alarm system in order to stop a Congressional vote that was going on in D.C.,” Trump wrote in a Truth Soc