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Hunter Biden’s Tax Trial Delayed to September Amid Legal Conflicts

Hunter Biden’s federal tax trial in Los Angeles has been rescheduled to Sept. 5 after a judge secured a promise from his defense team...

Democrats Oppose Resolution Condemning Violence Against Police

Sixty-one House Democrats opposed a resolution condemning violence against law enforcement.

Trump Compares Biden Team to Nazi Secret Police in Golf Club Speech

Former President Donald Trump compared the Biden administration to Nazi Germany’s secret police force during remarks to donors at his golf club on Saturday,...

Police Disperse UCLA Protest as Biden Calls for Lawful Demonstrations

President Joe Biden has called for pro-Palestinian demonstrators on college campuses to respect the rule of law, emphasizing civil society and the need for...

Attorneys General Accuse Merrick Garland of ‘Sowing Seeds of Distrust Among American Electorate’

Sixteen attorneys general wrote a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, stating the Justice Department has been weaponized against U.S. states.

MSNBC Anchor Nicole Wallace Throws Script on Air, Denouncing Trump’s Latest “Attack”

MSNBC anchor Nicole Wallace made a bold move during her Friday broadcast, discarding her prepared script on-air as she addressed breaking news regarding a...

Attorneys General File Lawsuit Against Biden’s Student Loan Plan

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach and 10 other attorneys general have filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.

Mayorkas Impeachment Articles to Be Delivered to Senate April 10

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) sent a letter to Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), stating that the articles of impeachment against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas will be presented to the Senate on April 10.

Gun Legislation Potentially Criminalizes Firearm Ranges, Safety Training, Security Teams

A recently introduced bill, called Preventing Private Paramilitary Activity Act of 2024, regulates private paramilitary actions.

Biometric Surveillance Bill Passes in Europe

The European Parliament (EP) passed the AI Act, which many believe allows "law enforcement the introduction of error-prone facial surveillance and facial recognition camera software in public spaces," as Member of Parliament Patrick Breyer said.

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