FBI Arrests Man Who Stole Capitol Police Helmet

Over 1,000 people have been arrested in relation to the January 6, 2021, Capitol incursion. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia announced that they have…

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Former President Trump Indicted on Federal Charges

The allegations stem from federal documents probe.  Former President Donald J. Trump has been told to appear next Tuesday in Miami, Florida for arraignment on federal criminal charges.…

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House Judiciary Committee Calls Manhattan DA to Testify

Allegations have been made against Former President Trump regarding campaign finances. Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, has called for the Manhattan District…

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Federal Court Calls for SC Voting Map Redraw

Judges rule that Charleston’s first voting district should not be split. The District Court of South Carolina ruled that legislators split up minority neighborhoods in Charleston’s 1st voting…

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Supreme Court Considers Judicial Power over Legislatures

Majority of justices lean toward emphasizing congressional authority. The Supreme Court heard arguments for an appeal made by North Carolina legislators this week. The legislature had devised a…

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Incoming Legislators Arrive at Capitol

Some House seat races have not yet been decided. The freshman class of the 118th Congress arrived in Washington Sunday for a week of orientation. They met with…

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Many Split Decisions Occur in Midterm Elections

Close races in several states highlight partisan divisions. Tuesday’s midterm election results depict the political chasm in the United States. Tight races in several states remain undecided, and…

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CISA Director Voices Election Security Concerns

She called the current voting climate a “complex threat environment.” Director Jen Easterly of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), recently expressed concerns about the security of…

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9 Million Americans Cast Early Votes

California and Florida lead with the most early voting. On Tuesday, the United States Election Project published data showing that 9.3 million early voting ballots have been cast…

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Voters Express Concerns Over Intimidation

Two-thirds of voters are apprehensive about violent extremists.  A new Reuters/Ipsos poll completed Monday shows two in five voters across America say they are concerned about threats of…

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