Senator Ted Cruz Hints at Possible Presidential Bid in 2024

Republican Senator Ted Cruz is no stranger to presidential campaigns: in 2015, he announced his bid, challenging then-contestant Donald Trump and even being one of his main vocal critics before becoming an ally.

DeSantis Took on Washington in 2021

While much of the country bundles up around the holidays, Floridians revel in bragging about their “T-shirt weather.”

Independents Prefer Trump Over Biden for 2024

A Politico poll finds that more independent voters want to see the former president on the 2024 ballot.

Voters blame inflation on Bidenomics

Inflation is racking the US economy, and voters blame President Biden. Twice as many people think his actions are hurting the economy as helping, and nearly half think his policies will push inflation even higher, a poll shows.

Media Outlets Tease Potential Newsom 2024 Presidential Bid

Newsweek and other observers position the California governor as an alternative to Vice President Kamala Harris.

Minneapolis City Council and mayor vote to fund police department to nearly pre-George Floyd levels

Following the tragic death of George Floyd, Minneapolis became the home of the defund the police movement, and even contemplated abolishing the police. However, the government of Minneapolis has completely reversed course after a near-record crime wave has hit the city. Now the city is voting to fund the police.

Trump-Backed Perdue Says He Wouldn’t Have Certified Georgia 2020 Presidential Election Results

"Georgia gubernatorial candidate David Perdue would not have signed the certification of the state's 2020 election results if he had been governor at the time," writes Axios.

Beto O’Rourke trails Texas Gov. Greg Abbott by 15% in head-to-head matchup

Former U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke announced a Texas gubernatorial bid last month, but a new Quinnipiac University poll of registered Texas voters appears to bode ill for the Democrat's chances of defeating incumbent GOP Gov. Greg Abbott.

Appeals court rules against Trump in Jan. 6 records case

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday against an effort by President Donald Trump to shield documents from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

Jussie Smollett Guilty of Staging Race-Baiting Hate Hoax Attack

Jury convicts on five of six counts.

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