The state appealed the suspension of its highly restrictive abortion ban, which a judge called an "offensive deprivation of such an important right."
"There is a towering cloud of suspicion hanging over this iconic Scottish property," said Nick Flynn, legal director at campaign group Avaaz.
And a federal judge temporarily blocked Texas' abortion law.
Whistleblower Frances Haugen may speak to the committee as early as Thursday on how Facebook was used to facilitate violence in the Capitol attack, sources told CNN.
Jan. 6 was, he said, a 'day of protesting' the election results. He allso swung out at the House committee investigating the Capitol riot.
Sen. Joe Manchin said that he and Sen. Bernie Sanders "share very different policy and political beliefs."
In his ruling Judge Robert Pitman said, "this Court will not sanction one more day of this offensive deprivation of such an important right."
The Vermont Senator quietly shepherded Biden's bill for months. Now he's pissed about two moderates holding up the will of 250 Democrats.
The rare 'keyword warrant' ordered Google to identify anyone who searched a kidnapping victim's name, address, or number, Forbes reported.
"The staff would get Gaetz on the line and he'd sing for his supper," former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham wrote in her new memoir.
Court documents show an internal Trump campaign memo found no evidence to back up Sidney Powell's conspiracy theories about Dominion and Smartmatic.
AT&T reportedly funneled tens of millions of dollars into the far-right TV network popular among Trump loyalists and election deniers, per Reuters.
"This will moot Democrats' excuses about the time crunch they created," the Republican senator wrote in a statement.
Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin put the new order in place on Tuesday while the governor was at the US-Mexico border.
The new poll by Quinnipiac University also found that President Joe Biden's approval ratings have fallen to an all-time low of 38%.
The mandate would take effect on November 4 and apply to restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, museums, spas, and other businesses, per the Los Angeles Times.
"Oh my God...have I just killed his nomination?" Schiff says he wondered after telling Trump he admired then-Defense Secretary nominee Mark Esper.
The expulsion of the eight Russians comes at a time of historic tensions between Moscow and the West.
Seventy schools, including the University of Phoenix, could face fines of $43,792 per violation if found to be misleading and defrauding students.
The case concerns the government's 9/11 response, when the CIA set up a program to gather intelligence using methods later concluded to be torture.
After watching the first part of Mueller's testimony, Schiff reportedly overhauled his committee's strategy and told lawmakers to keep their questions short.
A new analysis shows that, in every state, the bill would save a family of four with an infant in full-time care a minimum on $6,000 a year.
"I know these people, I can talk to them ... You're in a whole different category," Schiff recalls a Republican saying to him, per his upcoming book.
Frances Haugen kept the hearing trained on how Facebook's use of machines is dangerous, since algorithms push harmful content in front of users.
"You know, you do a good job," Trump told the California Democrat in the Oval Office in March 2017, according to an excerpt from Schiff's new book.
Hill wrote in her memoir that even though Trump lost the 2020 election, he still "usurped the Republican Party."
Section 230 has been called "the 26 words that created the internet," and lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle are pushing to reform it.
"The problem is the president doesn't know any of this," retired Gen. John Kelly told Fiona Hill at the 2018 G20 summit, according to Hill's new book.
JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon is joining other banks on Wednesday to warn of the economic consequences of failing to raise the debt ceiling.
Rep. Ken Weyler circulated a document claiming "unknown, octopus-like creatures are being injected into millions of children."
Biden's major overhaul of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program brings 550,000 borrowers closer to $4.56 billion in debt relief.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Max Miller denied Grisham's claims that he pushed and slapped her when they were dating.
The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot issued a subpoena for Dan Scavino on September 23 but he hasn't been served.
In a new book, Stephanie Grisham, who worked for both Donald and Melania Trump, refers to Jared Kushner as "Rasputin in a slim suit."
Former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham told CNN's Jake Tapper that she wished there was a third candidate to vote for in the 2020 election.
Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin has tried to make a name for herself while her fellow Republican, Gov. Brad Little, was in Texas visiting the border.
It wasn't immediately clear if Manchin and Sinema would be swayed by the threat of economic catastrophe to abandon their attachment to the filibuster.
Graham received his vaccine in December and credited the shot with milder side effects when he got a breakthrough case of COVID-19 this summer.
US District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan said letting the defendant go with a "slap on the wrist" would not "deter anyone from trying what he did again."
Maryann Mooney-Rondon, 55, and Rafael Rondon, 23, were arrested on Friday, according to court documents.
Joel Greenberg, a key figure in the investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz, requested a second sentencing delay so he can continue to aid prosecutors.
Fiona Hill warns that Trump's assault on US democracy may set the stage for another populist to dismantle it.
Fiona Hill wrote that women faced unique challenges working in Trump's White House because of an overt emphasis on physical appearance and style.
"I got to drive that sucker," Biden said of the electric truck. "It's quick, zero to 60 in 4.1 seconds. And it's a big boy, it's a big one."
"It's the equivalent of a 'Dear John' letter for the workplace," Grisham wrote in her new memoir.
Richard Grenell, who would go on to become Trump's Dir. of National Intelligence, also accused Fiona Hill of being "Anonymous," according to her book.
"Facebook will continue to be this Frankenstein," Haugen told a Senate hearing. "Only now there won't be money to fund it."
Each time Trump brought it up, British officials "would pretend not to understand the conversational thrust and change the subject," Fiona Hill wrote.
"If people say they don't love the powerful feeling in there, they're lying," Grisham told New York Magazine. "It's kind of gross."
Trump was "always slightly awestruck" by the queen and "his voice and his face would soften" when he talked about her, Fiona Hill wrote.
"I have learned over many years that we cannot negotiate over things like whether or not to destroy the economy," Sen. Brian Schatz told the NYT.
"Ivanka and Jared were both senior advisers, but I had no idea they would be sitting in on the Putin call," Hill writes in her memoir.
A $1 trillion coin could be created within minutes at the West Point mint and flown to the New York Fed for physical deposit via helicopter.
Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller may still face a court-martial after recording a video testimonial critical of US failures in Afghanistan.
"Even in the pantheon of the swear words in the North East of England ... using that word will get you into trouble," Hill writes in her new memoir.
Grisham's own tell-all book, which includes several allegations about Melania Trump, came out on Tuesday.
"Everyone knew that Trump never paid attention to his brief," Fiona Hill wrote in a new book. She says that ignorance worked to foreign autocrats' advantage.
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen will tell officials that "congressional action is needed" against the firm during a hearing Tuesday.
Tactics included hanging detainees from the ceiling, electrocutions, waterboarding, sleep deprivation, starvation, and sexual abuse, he said.
Hill wrote in her memoir that she was "busted" by Ivanka Trump walking into the room in stilettos and "flashing me a look of surprise."
Fiona Hill compared her experience working at the Trump White House, "with all the endless hits and explosions," to the World War II blitz.
"People in California should be outraged and people everywhere else better start standing up and speaking out NOW," Aldean wrote.
At the time, Trump claimed that he lowered the flag "without hesitation or complaint," but a former administration staffer disputed his account.
"Zuckerberg's new policy is no apologies, no admissions, no acknowledgement ... We're gonna deflect it, and go sailing," Sen. Blumenthal said.
"The buck stops with Mark," Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen told Congress. "There is no one currently holding Mark accountable but himself."
Fiona Hill, Trump's former top adviser on Russia, said in a new interview that he has "autocrat envy" and "really liked kings and queens."
A lawyer who filed a pardon request on behalf of George Floyd's family alleged his arresting officer "manufactured the existence of confidential informants to bolster his cases against innocent defendants."
"As far as President Trump was concerned, my academic and professional credentials and expertise were irrelevant," Fiona Hill wrote in her new book.
Sen. Klobuchar said she believes Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen will be the "catalyst" for action against the tech giant.
It's a legal solution that's gained some momentum to prevent a US default, but Yellen called it a "gimmick."
He attacked Obama, Bush, and Clinton "for failing to do something or simply for being 'idiots'" and claimed "success for himself wherever they had failed," Hill wrote.
Former President Donald Trump's net worth was estimated at $2.5 billion. It was $400 million shy of making the list this year, according to Forbes.
"Anyone could induce him to do something by raising the specter of someone insulting him - or by praising him," Fiona Hill said of Trump.
Politico first reported in July that ex-White House aide Max Miller pushed and slapped Grisham last year when she accused him of cheating on her.
Trump's former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said she "probably wasn't" honest and that she "regrets" it.
Biden said Congress could pass a bill to cancel student debt, but Elizabeth Warren previously said doing so would take too long.
Fiona Hill also said Trump "really liked kings and queens," and that he was a national security risk because of how susceptible he was to flattery.
Pence accused the media of focusing on the insurrection, where rioters chanted "hang Mike Pence," to distract from President Biden's agenda.
The CBO projects that the US will spend about twice as much on the military over the next decade than the Democrats' social spending proposals.
"I knew he was probably watching TV waiting for it, and I put it out, and it's one of my biggest regrets," Grisham said of the 2019 statement.
"It's time to bring in a new scientist to lead the NIH into the future," Collins said in a statement announcing he was stepping down.
The billionaire investor complained about lawmakers playing games, wasting time, and making silly statements when they clash over the debt ceiling.
Fiona Hill told the Daily Beast that Putin was almost certainly playing on Trump's weaknesses, but using public rather than secret information.
And President Joe Biden isn't ruling out a US debt default.
"MAGA, Again! will support Trump-endorsed candidates across the country who have proven to be fighters of the MAGA movement," a press release said.
AOC has been a staunch supporter of breaking up big tech. She supported Sen. Warren's plan to break it up during her 2020 presidential campaign, according to Politico.
John Eastman drafted a six-page memo that argued former Vice President Mike Pence could effectively overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Stephanie Grisham, a former White House Press Secretary, resigned after the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.
Democrats dismissed Collin's idea as a non-starter. The debt limit standoff intensified with Biden saying its up to McConnell whether the US defaults.
It was an "obnoxious and entitled display" that didn't surprise Melania Trump or any of her aides, Stephanie Grisham wrote in her forthcoming book.
"His eyes were fixed and filled with anger. His face had passed red and was turning almost purple," Grisham said of Trump in her book.
"It was the first and only time that happened, because we came to find out that it was against the rules," Stephanie Grisham writes in her tell-all.
Grisham wrote it "thrilled" her that Trump was wearing her makeup "during one of his most important speeches up to that point in the administration."
"I don't know if the decision went all the way up to General Kelly, although he was the type of guy who liked top-to-bottom control," Grisham wrote.
"No, I already said hello," Melania Trump said when staffers asked her if she wanted to meet Scalise at the White House after he was shot, per Grisham.
Stephanie Grisham wrote that Trump's then-chief of staff "thought it would be a PR nightmare, a model sending African children mirrors."
The former president said that the climate-centric talk with Prince Charles was "terrible," according to Stephanie Grisham's forthcoming memoir.
Democrats are working to keep the US from defaulting on its debt on October 18, but Biden isn't seriously considering minting a platinum coin.
Biden's Education Dept. started debate this week over how it will overhaul the student-loan system, and Appropriations Chair Rosa DeLauro weighed in.
It's the first time in almost 30 years that a major abortion case will come before the Supreme Court.