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Rep. George Santos Sues Host Jimmy Kimmel

Former Rep. George Santos has filed a lawsuit against late-night host Jimmy Kimmel for allegedly making him film videos on the Cameo app that were used to ridicule Santos.

Trump Files Presidential Immunity Appeal with Supreme Court

Donald Trump requested that the U.S. Supreme Court block a ruling from the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which decided that he does not have presidential immunity in the January 6 case.

Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas Defends Against Impeachment Allegations

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas issued a robust defense against the impeachment articles levied against him, denouncing the allegations as "false" and urging Congress...

DeSantis Campaign Blames Iowa Loss on ‘Election Interference’

The DeSantis campaign declared that Donald Trump's victory at the Iowa Caucus was "election interference."

Art Dealer Drops Hunter Biden Over Unpaid Exhibition Expenses

Hunter Biden reportedly failed to pay his art dealer, Georges Bergès, for upscale art exhibitions, as revealed in testimony before the House Oversight and...

Pro-Palestine Demonstrators Attempt to Breach White House Fence

Thousands of pro-Palestine activists gathered outside the White House, shaking the security fence in a call for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.

Hackers Release Sensitive Data From Hundreds of U.S. Police Departments in Security Breach

A security breach has unveiled a collection of sensitive files from over 200 police departments across the United States.

Jan. 6 Protester Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Deploying Pepper Spray, Removing Ankle Monitor

The Department of Justice (DOJ) sentenced a Florida man to 10 years in prison after he deployed pepper spray on police officers at the U.S. Capitol.

Biden Admin Attempted to Hide Chinese Spy Balloon: Report

A report from NBC News explains that the Biden administration attempted to hide the Chinese spy balloon before media reports reported on the matter.

European Commission Launches Inquiry into Musk’s X Platform

The European Commission has launched an investigation into Elon Musk's social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.

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