Election officials in New York finally declared winners late Tuesday in two congressional elections that were held on July 23, but were mired by thousands of missing and uncounted mail-in ballots..
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President Trump announced Sunday that the U.S. government will again pursue the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, after a federal appeals court Friday threw out the death sentence because the judge who oversaw the case did not adequately screen jurors for potential biases.
Joe Biden is preemptively doubting whether a coronavirus vaccine will be “real,” and has cast doubt on whether the vaccine would be distributed “any degree of equity and realization” — contradicting public health experts even as the White House touts vaccine progress.
Barr to come out swinging on violent crime, Russia probe in first House Judiciary Committee appearance
In his first-ever appearance before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Attorney General Bill Barr will condemn the “grave abuses” in the “bogus Russiagate scandal,” while also highlighting Black-on-Black violence and defending law enforcement officers in no uncertain terms, according to a transcript of his prepared remarks obtained by Fox News.
Bureau of Prisons denies judge’s ‘false’ claim Michael Cohen’s imprisonment was ‘retaliatory’ over planned book
The Bureau of Prisons sharply rejected a judge’s justification for releasing former Trump attorney Michael Cohen back to home confinement on Thursday, saying the decision was based on “patently false” assertions.
The Chinese consulate in San Francisco is harboring a biology researcher who falsely denied connections to the Chinese military to obtain a visa, according to court documents.
Hillary Clinton said on MSNBC’s “Reidout” Monday night that President Trump had commuted ex-adviser Roger Stone’s sentence “to basically shut up Roger Stone so that Roger Stone would not spill any more beans about what actually happened and what Donald Trump actually knew.
Georgia Gov. Kemp sues Atlanta to block mandatory mask rule, saying local leaders want to ‘undermine economic growth’
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is suing Atlanta to block the city from enforcing its mandate to wear a mask in public and other rules related to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying in a court filing that the city’s leadership was illegally circumventing state executive orders with their own edicts.
President Trump is replacing campaign manager Brad Parscale with veteran GOP operative Bill Stepien, as more polls show rival Joe Biden opening up a big lead.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders predicted Wednesday that Biden could become the “most progressive president” since Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Hundreds of students at the University of California — Berkeley are discussing a plan to create an in-person course solely to help international students on F-1 student visas avoid deportation under new U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) regulations — and they say at least one faculty member is on board, Fox News has learned.
A prominent Delaware law firm founded by Joe Biden received a Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan for between $150,000 and $350,000, records reviewed by Fox News show.
Atlanta mayor calls for citizens to stop ‘shooting each other’ after murder of 8-year-old near BLM protest site
In an impassioned press conference Sunday night, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued a full-throated call for citizens to stop “shooting each other up on our streets,” after an 8-year-old girl was shot and killed on the Fourth of July near a Wendy’s that became a flashpoint of recent anti-police protests in the city.
Trump, in fiery Mount Rushmore address, decries rise of ‘far-left fascism,’ calls on Americans to rise up
Speaking after the legendary U.S. Navy Blue Angels roared overhead, President Trump ushered in the July 4th weekend Friday night at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota with a full-throated condemnation of “far-left fascism” and a defense of “Judeo-Christian principles.
A top Republican lawmaker said Monday that The New York Times has “blood” on its hands, after the paper reported that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing American troops in Afghanistan.
Engel falls behind insurgent left-wing challenger in preliminary results, as Ocasio-Cortez wins primary
Longtime New York Rep. Eliot Engel, who was first elected in 1988 and rose to become one of the most powerful Democrats in the House, is substantially trailing middle school principal Jamaal Bowman in Tuesday’s primary — which could mark the second major upset of a veteran New York City Democratic congressman in just two years.
Former national security adviser John Bolton warned in an interview airing Sunday night that President Trump’s White House poses a “danger for the republic” — but cautioned that congressional Democrats were “almost as bad” in their efforts to unseat him from office, which Bolton called a “partisan catfight.
Joe Biden is stepping up his attacks on the Trump administration’s handling of coronavirus stimulus funds — and as a result, the former vice president, whom Barack Obama once called the White House’s “sheriff” of taxpayer funds, is now under renewed scrutiny for his own oversight of federal dollars in the wake of the 2008 finacial crisis.
A recently resurfaced video clip shows Joe Biden calling members of a Confederate heritage group “fine people” in 1993 — nearly mirroring President Trump’s 2017 remarks that some protesters opposing the removal of Confederate statues in Charlottesville, Va. were “very fine people.
EXCLUSIVE: The Republican National Committee (RNC) and Trump campaign posted their largest online fundraising day ever on Sunday, bringing in $14 million across three entities on the president’s birthday — smashing their previous online fundraising record of $10 million on Oct. 19, 2016.
Top Democrats who cheered on “Black Lives Matter” crowds across the U.S. are now criticizing President Trump for planning to restart his campaign rallies, saying the events — which are scheduled to kick off June 19 in Tulsa, Okla. — could help spread the coronavirus.
A newly resurfaced November 2015 memo from a senior Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) official calls the Black Lives Movement “radical,” and offers Democratic House candidates suggestions for how to handle activists who attempt to approach their campaigns.
Joe Biden is set to attend a high-roller fundraiser Thursday evening headlined by anti-police activist John Legend, who has openly promised that he’ll try to push the former vice president towards totally defunding law enforcement and adopting other far-left positions.
Messy Georgia primary raises alarms for November, as Ossoff edges closer to clinching Senate nomination
The Democratic Senate primary in Georgia was too early to call Wednesday, as Jon Ossoff held onto approximately 49 percent of the vote with more ballots coming in — amid widespread reports of hourslong lines, voting machine malfunctions, provisional ballot shortages and absentee ballots failing to arrive in time.
Paul Krugman, professors seek top economist’s removal from influential job for criticizing Black Lives Matter
University of Michigan professor Justin Wolfers and dozens of other academics are leading a massive effort to have an senior faculty member at the University of Chicago removed from his position at the world’s preeminent economics journal — all because he criticized Black Lives Matter’s push to defund police departments.
Barr, in FNC interview, confirms ‘focused investigations’ of Antifa, hammers ‘dangerous’ push to defund police
Speaking exclusively to Fox News’ Bret Baier on Monday outside the Department of Justice, Attorney General Bill Barr confirmed that “focused investigations” are underway that “relate to Antifa,” the far-left group that President Trump has sought to designate as a terrorist organization.