Jim Jordan requests interviews with 16 FBI staff

CNN  —  House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan on Friday despatched FBI Director Christopher Wray a letter requesting interviews with 16 bureau staff, whose testimony he mentioned is “vital for carrying out our oversight.” The Ohio Republican, who’s searching for to show that the federal authorities has been “weaponized” in opposition to conservatives, mentioned he desires … Read more

Fact test: Republicans at CPAC make false claims about Biden, Zelensky, the FBI and kids

Washington CNN  —  The Conservative Political Action Conference is underway in Maryland. And the members of Congress, former authorities officers and conservative personalities who spoke on the convention on Thursday and Friday made false claims about a wide range of matters. Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio uttered two false claims about President Joe Biden. Rep. … Read more

Donald Trump hits the trail in New Hampshire and South Carolina as he seeks to rejuvenate the 2024 campaign

Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail in New Hampshire and South Carolina as he seeks to rejuvenate his 2024 presidential campaign. The former president has been holding rallies in both states, drawing large crowds of supporters and garnering positive media coverage. Trump has been making the rounds in both states, speaking to enthusiastic … Read more

Peter Navarro’s Congressional Contempt Trial Delayed Months Over Executive Privilege Issues

On Friday, a federal judge delayed the contempt trial of White House trade adviser Peter Navarro for months over executive privilege issues. The trial was set to begin on April 28th, but Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., granted a motion by the White House to delay the trial … Read more

Jan. 6 rioter who assaulted Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick sentenced to more than 6 years in prison

On April 14, 2021, a federal judge sentenced the first person to be convicted of assaulting a Capitol Police officer during the insurrection on January 6, 2021, to more than six years in prison. The man, George Pierre Tanios, of Morgantown, West Virginia, admitted to assaulting Officer Brian Sicknick with a chemical spray during the … Read more

Peter Navarro’s Congressional Contempt Trial Delayed Months Over Executive Privilege Issues

The trial of Peter Navarro, a top White House economic adviser, has been delayed for several months due to a dispute over executive privilege. Navarro is facing a congressional contempt charge for refusing to testify before the House Oversight Committee in 2019. The committee was investigating the White House’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Navarro … Read more

Masih Alinejad: Justice Department announces new arrests in plot to kill New York-based journalist directed from Iran

The United States Justice Department recently announced the arrest of three individuals in connection with a plot to assassinate a New York-based journalist, Masih Alinejad. The suspects were allegedly directed by Iran-based agents to carry out the attack. Masih Alinejad is a prominent Iranian journalist and human rights activist. She is known for her outspoken … Read more

Trump will follow suit as he seeks to reinvigorate his campaign

As the 2020 US Presidential Election draws closer, President Donald Trump is seeking to reinvigorate his campaign by following in the footsteps of other successful candidates. From an increased focus on digital outreach to the adoption of new strategies, Trump is making sure he is not left behind in the race for the White House. … Read more

New York City Bike Path Terror Suspect Found Guilty on All Counts

CNN — Sayfullo Saipov was convicted of murder by a federal jury for using a rented truck to fatally beat eight people on a New York City bike path on Halloween in 2017. Jurors deliberated about six hours over two days in the case involving New York’s deadliest terror attack since 9/11 – which left … Read more

CNN Exclusive: Classified Pence documents included briefing notes for overseas travel

Washington CNN — The approximately 12 classified documents found at the home of former Vice President Mike Pence in Indiana included documents described as background briefing notes prepared for Pence’s foreign trips, multiple sources told CNN . A source said some of these classified documents were likely used to prepare Pence for meetings abroad while … Read more