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

Ronna McDaniel: Chair of the Republican National Committee elected for a fourth consecutive term

Ronna McDaniel has been re-elected for a fourth consecutive term as Chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC). She is the first woman to hold the position for four consecutive terms and is the longest-serving RNC Chair in history. McDaniel was originally elected to the position in January 2017 and has since been a driving … Read more

Biden picks Zients as next White House chief of staff

President-elect Joe Biden has selected former Obama official and business executive Ron Klain as his next White House chief of staff. Klain, who served as Biden’s chief of staff during his vice presidency, will be the first White House chief of staff in history to have previously held the position. Klain, who currently serves as … 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

Why desalination won’t save states dependent on Colorado River water

Water scarcity is a major problem in many parts of the world, and the American Southwest is no exception. The states of Arizona, Nevada, California, and New Mexico all depend heavily on the Colorado River for their water supply. But with the river’s water levels dropping due to overuse and prolonged drought, these states are … 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

House Republicans pass bill to limit Strategic Petroleum Reserve movements

On Wednesday, House Republicans passed a bill that would limit the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) from being used to move oil around the country. The bill, which was passed by a vote of 224-189, would restrict the use of the SPR to only be used in cases of emergency or national security. The SPR … Read more

Biden officially announces that Ron Klain is stepping down as White House chief of staff and will be replaced by Jeff Zients

On Thursday, President Joe Biden announced that Ron Klain, his White House chief of staff, will be stepping down and will be replaced by Jeff Zients. Klain, who was the first chief of staff to Biden, has been in the role since the beginning of the Biden administration in January 2021. He was the architect … 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

5 women, immense power: Can they prevent the United States from being on the brink of the budget?

The United States is currently on the brink of a budget crisis, with a looming debt ceiling and potential government shutdown looming. But, could five women of immense power prevent the United States from being on the brink of the budget? The five women in question are House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck … Read more