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Trump Wins Ruling in Rape Accuser Carroll’s Defamation Lawsuit

A federal appeals court in Manhattan handed former President Donald Trump a procedural victory Tuesday in a defamation lawsuit, after famed columnist E. Jean Carroll claimed that Trump had raped her in the 1990s.

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Husband Files for Divorce

Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's husband filed for divorce this week.

Judicial Watch Sues Secret Service for Records on Hunter Biden’s Handgun Dumped Into Public Trashcan

Judicial Watch recently filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security, which includes the Secret Service, seeking all records related to a gun owned by Hunter Biden that was thrown into a Delaware dumpster in 2018.

Court Gives Trump Partial Victory in Rape Accuser’s Defamation Lawsuit, Citing Immunity

A federal appeals court in New York gave former President Trump a partial win on Tuesday in a defamation lawsuit in which a woman has accused him of raping her in the 1990s, ruling that presidents have by federal law the broad legal immunity given to government employees.

Ukrainian Territories Could Be Absorbed Into Russia By End of Week

With four occupied regions of Ukraine currently in the midst of a five-day referendum on whether to join the Russian Federation, a Kremlin lawmaker told state media over the weekend that the territories are likely to be absorbed by Russia on September 30.

Green Group Influencing Biden Admin Has Deep Ties to Chinese Government

Green groups' ties to China will be 'top priority' for House Republicans after midterms, GOP spokesperson says.

Trump Supporters Launching MAGA Inc. Super PAC Amid Mainstream Vilification

Allies of former President Donald Trump are creating a new super political action committee (PAC), MAGA Inc., that is expected to act as the key vehicle for his midterm spending on candidates he endorses.

China Reacts to Putin Speech, Urges Immediate Ceasefire & Dialogue

Earlier on Wednesday Russian President Vladimir Putin announced what he dubbed a "partial mobilization" of national forces while vowing to use all means necessary to defend Russia and pledged to annex the territories already occupied by Russia, as we detailed, significantly raising the stakes in the seven-month-old conflict.

Biden Declares ‘Pandemic Is Over,’ Prompting Calls for End to ‘Absurd’ Vaccine Mandates, Federal Health Emergency

In an interview aired Sept. 18 on “60 Minutes,” President Joe Biden declared the COVID-19 “pandemic is over,” in the first such statement by a prominent political figure in the U.S.

Federal Court Deals Major Blow to Big Tech and Sets up SCOTUS to Restore Free Speech

A Texas law prohibiting social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, from discriminating against users based on their speech does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appellate court held on Friday.

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