News 2023-03-22T07:10:38Z
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis delivers the "State of the State" address at the Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida, on March 7, 2023.

Ron DeSantis says that if he runs for president in 2024, he gives the GOP a shot to beat Joe Biden

"If I were to run, I'm running against Biden," DeSantis said in an interview with Piers Morgan, slated to air Thursday.
Politics 2023-03-22T06:05:08Z
Former United States President Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is privately musing about a potential perp walk in New York and asking aides if he should smile for the camera: report

Trump is telling his friends that he'll find a perp walk fun, per The New York Times, but it's unlikely that he'll have to do it — or be handcuffed.
News 2023-03-22T05:42:28Z
A composite image of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump.

DeSantis said he doesn't really know what Trump's 'Ron DeSanctimonious' nickname means: 'It's got a lot of vowels'

DeSantis discussed his nicknames in an interview with Piers Morgan, slated to air Thursday. Morgan described the interview in a New York Post story.
News 2023-03-22T04:48:48Z

Trump seems disconnected from reality and is still rolling around Mar-a-Lago in a golf cart even as a potential indictment in New York looms: report

Trump DJ-ed at a party and was seen cruising around Mar-a-Lago in his golf cart, reported The New York Times, citing people close to Trump.
Politics 2023-03-22T02:34:15Z

Stormy Daniels looked into hiring a lawyer currently representing Trump in hush money case. The Manhattan DA now has their communications.

An attorney for Stormy Daniels said email exchanges date back to 2018 and come from when Daniels was seeking counsel, per a report.
Politics 2023-03-22T00:22:41Z

DeSantis implies Trump is a loser by suggesting the former president give him a new nickname: 'Winner'

DeSantis isn't backing down from fighting Trump as the ex-president stares down a looming indictment.
Politics 2023-03-21T21:36:03Z

Rep. Jamaal Bowman says the push to ban TikTok is 'xenophobic' and 'part of another Red Scare'

Rep. Bowman, who uses TikTok himself, spoke with Insider about why he's speaking out against a ban as scrutiny of the Chinese-owned app intensifies.
News 2023-03-21T19:58:05Z

Trump is 'going about business as usual' and enjoying higher polling on the day he claimed he'd be arrested, his lawyer says

Donald Trump claimed he would be arrested on Tuesday, but the grand jury is still expected to sit again later this week.
Politics 2023-03-21T19:35:06Z

Trump holds first 2024 campaign rally in Waco on the 30th anniversary of the city's deadly cult siege — and urges fans to 'take our nation back' ahead of a possible indictment

Some historians are alarmed by Trump's choice to hold his first rally in Waco on the 30th anniversary of the Branch Davidian siege.
Politics 2023-03-21T19:20:58Z

Trump's looming indictment causes his feud with DeSantis to boil over into insults and insinuations about a 'porn star' and 'underage' classmates

DeSantis faces a fraught choice over how to confront Trump over the indictment as he's expected to challenge him for the GOP nomination.
Politics 2023-03-21T18:45:08Z

Why Biden can't gloat about Trump becoming the first former president to face potential criminal charges

If Trump is indicted, Democrats hope Biden will keep his response as boring as possible. "Let Trump steep in his own juices," one consultant said.
Premium Media 2023-03-21T18:44:12Z

Saudi money is flowing to Hollywood and US media, 5 years after Jamal Khashoggi's murder: 'The ice has thawed'

Entertainment and news ventures are open to do business with the Middle East despite cultural differences and protests over human rights issues and the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Politics 2023-03-21T17:42:42Z

The enduring career of Chuck Schumer, who rose a House Representative in the early 1980s to powerful Senate majority leader

With 42 years of experience on Capitol Hill, Schumer's policy acumen and legislative dealmaking will be key in the closely-divided Senate.
Politics 2023-03-21T17:40:53Z

Democrats will be defending a slim Senate majority in 2024. Here's an early look at the states that will likely be in play for both political parties.

In 2024, 34 seats will be up for grabs, including 20 currently held by Democrats, 11 held by Republicans, and three currently held by Independents.
Politics 2023-03-21T17:28:15Z

Trump loses bid to delay October 2 fraud trial where New York attorney general will try to run him out of state

Justice Arthur Engoron held firm on keeping an October trial date "come hell or high water," denying Trump's request for a six-month delay.
Politics 2023-03-21T17:07:37Z

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg defiant after House GOP demands answers over a possible Trump indictment: 'We will not be intimidated'

Bragg's office has been investigating Donald Trump's role in hush-money payments made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.
Economy 2023-03-21T16:46:56Z

Silicon Valley Bank's collapse is looming over the Fed as it makes the next move in its war on inflation this week

Sen. Elizabeth Warren blamed Fed Chair Powell for Silicon Valley Bank's fallout. It'll likely weigh on Wednesday's interest rate decision.
News 2023-03-21T16:43:39Z

Fox News producer alleges Tucker Carlson's team plastered photos around the office of Nancy Pelosi in a bathing suit 'revealing her cleavage'

A Fox News producer accused the conservative media giant of rampant sexism and discrimination in the workplace in a lawsuit filed on Monday.
Economy 2023-03-21T16:41:08Z
Media 2023-03-21T15:41:49Z

Fox News is unlikely to face pushback from professional journalism groups after court documents revealed it lied to viewers

Fox News hosts like Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham didn't believe 2020 election fraud claims, according to texts and emails produced in a lawsuit.
Politics 2023-03-21T15:06:01Z

Hillary and Chelsea Clinton took in a Broadway show — and then someone pooped near them, per report

"Two human turds" were reportedly found near Hillary and Chelsea Clinton at intermission. Nevertheless, they stayed for Act II of "Some Like It Hot."
Politics 2023-03-21T14:24:11Z

Video shows mass order of KFC arriving to Xi's hotel during Putin visit, even though it's supposed to have rebranded in Russia

China's President Xi Jinping appeared hungry for KFC on their trip to Moscow — made trickier by the company having supposedly pulled out of Russia.
News 2023-03-21T12:45:45Z

Florida drag queens say venues have started shutting them down after DeSantis pushed to revoke a Hyatt hotel's liquor license

"They're hitting us in our wallets. They want us to be broke and they want everyone to be afraid of us," one Florida drag queen said.
Tech 2023-03-21T11:54:16Z

The Biden administration considered probing Elon Musk's Twitter purchase over national security concerns, report says

The White House reportedly feared that foreign nationals — who helped finance the deal — could access Twitter user data, per Bloomberg.
News 2023-03-21T10:16:45Z

Joe Exotic is running a long-shot 2024 campaign for president, all while serving 21 years in prison for his role in a murder-for-hire plot

The Libertarian Party's chair slammed Exotic's 2024 bid, saying that the party is not "a landing pad for former reality stars and D-list celebrities."
Politics 2023-03-21T08:04:19Z

Donald Trump bizarrely claimed that his phone got hacked by the 'radical left' when he dialed into an evening prayer session with Roger Stone and Michael Flynn

The guests sat in awkward silence until Trump's audio reconnected. He then said: "What happened was that the radical left was working on the phone."
News 2023-03-21T07:06:22Z

Donald Trump wants his '74 million' supporters to sign a petition railing against his potential arrest. Those who sign it are asked to donate $3,300 and more.

Trump's campaign said that it was compiling "millions and millions" of signatures to denounce a possible indictment, while also asking for more cash.
News 2023-03-21T06:43:00Z

Donald Trump's lawyer says their legal fight in Manhattan has become an 'all-out war'

Tacopina's comment comes days after Trump unleashed calls for his supporters to "protest" and "take our nation back."
News 2023-03-21T04:49:44Z

Chris Rock says arresting Donald Trump is like arresting Tupac Shakur: 'He's just going to sell more records. Are you stupid?'

"Are you guys really going to arrest Trump?" Rock said, referencing how Tupac Shakur released a popular album from prison, per multiple reports.
Politics 2023-03-21T04:06:14Z

GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley appeared to shade Ron DeSantis, referencing his comments on the Ukraine war and calling it 'weakness'

Haley did not call the Florida governor out by name, but rebuked DeSantis' earlier comments that the Ukraine war is a "territorial dispute."
Politics 2023-03-21T03:26:47Z

Nebraska hasn't passed a single bill this year because one lawmaker keeps filibustering in protest of an anti-trans bill: 'I will burn this session to the ground'

Sen.?Machaela Cavanaugh filibustered every bill in this year's session in opposition to a bill that would ban medical care for transgender youth.
Politics 2023-03-21T00:48:39Z

George W. Bush misrepresented our work at CIA to sell the Iraq invasion. It's time to call him what he is: 'A liar.'

Two ex-CIA officers are accusing Bush and Cheney of misrepresenting the evidence to sell the preordained invasion of Iraq, launched on March 20, 2003.
Media 2023-03-20T23:19:12Z

Fox News sued a Tucker Carlson producer named in the Dominion lawsuit for threatening to expose its legal secrets

Fox News is suing producer Abby Grossberg, claiming she'd disclose privileged information. Grossberg's name is also mentioned in Dominion's lawsuit.
Politics 2023-03-20T22:50:07Z

Trump is using the news of his looming indictment to fundraise on Truth Social, asking supporters to help 'take back our Country'

Trump asked his followers who are "doing well, which was made possible through the great policies of the Trump Administration," to send donations.
News 2023-03-20T22:47:32Z

Trump wants to block Georgia prosecutors from using evidence in monthslong special grand jury investigation into his election interference

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis used a special grand jury to investigate Donald Trump's efforts to reverse his election loss in Georgia.
Politics 2023-03-20T22:44:51Z

Trump indictment looms closer in NY; grand jurors in Stormy Daniels 'hush-money' probe expected back Wednesday

Michael Cohen waited in vain Monday to be called as the final, rebuttal witness. The grand jury is not expected to meet again until Wednesday.
Politics 2023-03-20T22:16:19Z

House Republicans are rallying to Trump's defense, but they're unlikely to be able to stop a possible indictment

"There's no real quick way for them to enforce this," an ex-House counsel said of the GOP demands. "So I don't know what they think their end game is."
Politics 2023-03-20T21:32:05Z

The timeline leading to Donald Trump's possible indictment, from Stormy Daniels and 'hush money' to Michael Cohen's testimony

Donald Trump could be indicted? in New York. Here's how the criminal investigation unfolded, dating back to ?his alleged affair with Stormy Daniels.
News 2023-03-20T21:30:38Z

Trump rape case: A judge postponed one of E. Jean Carroll's defamation claims against the former president — but her sexual assault claim will still be heard in April

Carroll has filed two lawsuits against Trump. Her second lawsuit, which includes claims of defamation and rape, is headed to trial next month.
News 2023-03-20T21:24:17Z

DeSantis administration sent undercover agents to an Orlando drag show and they found nothing wrong with it. The state is still trying to punish the venue.

Undercover agents attended the drag show in Orlando and recorded the performance on their state-issued iPhone's, the Miami Herald reported.
Politics 2023-03-20T20:45:21Z

Jason Sudeikis let down White House reporters asking for his Joe Biden impression, saying he needed 'fake teeth' and 'a lot more chutzpah' to pull it off

Sudeikis, who did an impression of Biden for years on Saturday Night Live, was appearing with Ted Lasso castmates to promote mental health awareness.
Politics 2023-03-20T19:03:25Z

As John Fetterman heals, his Senate staff soldiers on with the help of veteran lawmakers and crisis bonding: 'We all have each other's back'

John Fetterman and his burgeoning Capitol Hill staff remain laser-focused on serving Pennsylvanians while he seeks treatment for clinical depression.
Politics 2023-03-20T18:58:54Z

Trump hits back at DeSantis following 'porn star' comments, warns the governor could find himself facing 'false accusations' in the future from 'underage' classmates or 'a man'

Trump shared a photo from a Democratic super PAC blog and doubled down on his attacks against the governor, who is expected to be his biggest rival.
Tech 2023-03-20T18:42:34Z

The Kremlin has reportedly told Russian officials to throw away their iPhones by the end of the month

Ahead of Russia's 2024 presidential election, some officials were reportedly told to toss their iPhones over information-security concerns.
Economy 2023-03-20T18:15:47Z

5 ways House Republicans' budget plan 'will be a disaster for families,' according to the White House

House Republicans want to freeze federal spending at 2022 levels for the next 10 years. The White House says that will be devastating for families.
Economy 2023-03-20T18:02:33Z

Obama wants companies to strip degree requirements from more six-figure jobs to address the labor shortage

Barack Obama and Joe Biden are promoting state policies gaining traction that make it easier for people without degrees to secure high-paying jobs.
Economy 2023-03-20T17:08:48Z

Chuck Schumer vows to fight the latest GOP attempt to block student-loan forgiveness in Congress 'with everything we have'

GOP Rep. Virginia Foxx said the GAO "confirmed" Congress' ability to overturn student-debt relief using oversight under the Congressional Review Act.
Economy 2023-03-20T16:15:01Z

Biden's Education Department just pushed back the deadline for student-loan borrowers to see debt relief through a one-time reform

Student-loan borrowers who were expecting relief through recent IDR and PSLF reforms will have to wait another year, due to a lack of federal funding.
Politics 2023-03-20T16:07:41Z

DeSantis breaks his silence on the 'manufactured circus' around expected Trump indictment: 'I don't know what goes into paying hush money to a porn star'

DeSantis said his administration wouldn't be involved in the situation. "I'm fighting for Floridians and I'm fighting against Biden," the governor said.
Politics 2023-03-20T15:55:05Z

Drag queens say they tweak their performances if they notice a kid in the crowd. Republicans have cast the performances as dangerous for children.

"We know what's appropriate and inappropriate," a Florida drag queen said, adding that she is constantly adjusting shows depending on the audience.
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