Today's Conservative News
Biden attempted to explain away recent price increases as a temporary phenomenon related to the economy’s resurgence and growth.
The Republican-controlled Louisiana House secured 68 votes, falling two short of the 70 needed to overturn the veto and enact the legislation.
Elder joins a long list of Republican contenders, including former Olympian and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner, looking to unseat Newsom in the fall.
McCarthy Vows to ‘Run Our Own Investigation’ after Pelosi Drops Republicans from January 6 Committee
The committee was supposed to have representation from both parties and was scheduled to convene for a first hearing on July 27.
The administration would not react to the actions of a private company, but condemned the BDS movement for singling out Israel.
The bill, once triggered, would deem abortion a criminal offense for those who attempt to enable or perform the procedure, not for the recipient.
The first hearing of the committee on July 27 will feature witnesses from the U.S. Capitol Police Department and Metropolitan Police Department.
In response to a reporter’s question, she said the federal government has ramped up its disinformation research and tracking.
Former Obama Ethics Chief: Hunter Biden Art-Selling Arrangement ‘Perfect Mechanism for Funneling Bribes’
Ethics experts say Hunter Biden’s artwork wouldn’t have had such enormous price tags if not for his connection to a sitting president.
The organization voted last week to conduct opposition research on groups that oppose integrating CRT into academic frameworks.
Jewish members and others voiced their opposition and lobbied against the NEA resolution, and the item was defeated in the chamber by a significant margin.
Some of the infrastructure conversations have happened in virtual briefings, while some individuals said the White House contacted them directly.
The president said recently that the country could enjoy a ‘more normal Fourth of July’ if a large majority of people received both doses by Independence Day.