Former Marine Daniel Penny Gives First Interview Since Jordan Neely’s Subway Death

Ex-marine Daniel Penny gave his first interview since the death of Jordan Neely in a New York City subway on Saturday.

Judiciary Committee Investigates Politicization of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies and Supreme Court Intimidation

The Judiciary Committee is investigating the politicization of federal law enforcement agencies and the intimidation of Supreme Court justices by radical left-wing groups, following the leak of a draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization in May 2022, with the Chairman Jim Jordan writing to the Director of the U.S. Marshals Service to request documents and information relating to the matter.

Federal Judge Temporarily Halts Illinois Ban on Certain Semi-Automatic Rifles and Magazines

"Can the senseless crimes of a relative few be so despicable to justify the infringement of the constitutional rights of law-abiding individuals in hopes that such crimes will then abate or, at least, not be as horrific?" Judge McGlynn asked in his ruling.

Supreme Court Justices Unite Against Proposed Ethics Oversight Following Attacks on Conservative Members

“These threats are magnified with respect to Members of the Supreme Court, given the higher profile of the matters they address. Recent episodes confirm that such dangers are not merely hypothetical," all nine justices wrote.

Former Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Says Democratic Mayors Have To Recognize About Violent Crime

After being voted out earlier this year, former far-left Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said that other liberal mayors have to be honest about violent crime that is coming to the cities.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Responds to Improper Gift Allegations

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas defended luxury trips funded by a Republican donor, stating he sought guidance and was advised that such "personal hospitality" was not reportable under federal rules.

Rep. Jordan Subpoenas Former Assistant DA Mark Pomerantz in Investigation into Indictment of Former President Trump

Jim Jordan, Chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary, has issued a subpoena compelling former New York County Special Assistant District Attorney Mark F. Pomerantz to appear for a deposition regarding his role in the investigation of former President Trump's finances, in light of the Committee's oversight of the New York County District Attorney's indictment of the former President and current declared candidate for that office.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Admits He Used Federal Funds in Trump Probe

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg confirmed he used federal funds in his investigation into former President Trump’s 'hush money' scandal to porn star Stormy Daniels.

Kentucky GOP Override Veto of Bill Restricting Transgender Medical Interventions and Public Bathrooms

Kentucky GOP lawmakers have successfully overturned the Democratic governor's veto of a bill that prohibits gender-related medical treatments, restricts transgender children's bathroom use and prevents schools from discussing gender identity or sexual orientation with students, with doctors required to provide a timeline for "detransitioning" for children already taking hormone therapy or puberty blockers.

U.S. ‘Strongly Urges’ Compromise As Protests Grow Across Israel

The United States has urged Israel to come to a compromise as soon as possible after protests continue to spread across the nation.

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