Romney Breaks With GOP Colleagues: ‘No Evidence’ Of Ukrainian Meddling


  The Utah senator dismissed conspiracy theories that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election, calling out Russia as the culprit. Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) distanced himself from some of his GOP colleagues on Tuesday, stating that there was no sign of Ukrainian meddling in the 2016 election. “I saw no evidence from our intelligence community, nor from the representatives today for the Department of State... Read more

'Serious misconduct' by Donald Trump takes center stage at hearing


The House Judiciary Committee is moving swiftly to weigh findings by fellow lawmakers that President Donald Trump misused the power of his office for personal political gain and then obstructed Congress' investigation as possible grounds for impeachment. Responsible for drafting articles of impeachment, the Judiciary Committee prepared Wednesday morning for its first hearing since the release of a 300-page report by Democrats on... Read more

Kamala Harris Dropping Out Of Presidential Race


  The California senator struggled to gain traction in recent months. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) is dropping her presidential bid. She informed her staff on Tuesday. Harris held a call with her team in Iowa on Tuesday, saying that she had made the decision because of financial struggles experienced by the campaign. “I don’t think anyone on my team was expecting this,” said one staffer, who... Read more

Three Black Men Exonerated Decades After Witness Testimonies Ignored B…


Alfred Chestnut, Andrew Stewart and Ransom Watkins pose for a photo after their release in Baltimore. The men, who spent 36 years in prison, were exonerated of the 1983 murder of a teenage boy who was shot dead over a jacket.  Reminiscent of 'When They See Us' and equally frustrating. Three Black men from Baltimore walked into the arms of their families for the first time... Read more

‘Presidents Are Not Kings’: Judge Orders Trump Lawyer Don McGahn To Te…


U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson House Democrats subpoenaed McGahn to testify after the Mueller report laid out several instances of the counsel refusing to carry out orders. Former White House Counsel Don McGahn must honor a congressional subpoena and testify before Congress, a federal judge in the nation’s capitol ruled Monday. U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson ruled that McGahn, who played a major... Read more

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