A year after the election day in 2020, concerns still linger about election integrity in many states. This does not mean the election results are deeply in question, but it does suggest a need for more secure election processes next cycle.
The Justice Department and the FBI continued defending their use of information from Christopher Steele’s main source, Igor Danchenko, even after interviews with the bureau during which special counsel John Durham says the Russian lied repeatedly.
Kyle Rittenhouse, the 18-year-old charged with killing two people and injuring another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, sobbed Wednesday as he took the stand to be questioned by his defense team.
The first lawsuits have been filed following the Astroworld Festival performance by rapper Travis Scott, in which eight people died. Scott and fellow rapper Drake have been accused of negligence and helping cause the stampede.
Dr. Albert Mohler Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the subject of political racism in relation to an editorial article accusing Virginia voters of racism and the election of Winsome Sears as lieutenant governor. Sears is regarded as a groundbreaking figure, being the first African-American woman voted to a statewide office in Virginia.