Attorney General Appoints Special Prosecutor for Trump Investigations
Jack Smith, a former chief of the DOJ's unit that investigates public corruption will oversee the the justice department's criminal probes of Donald Trump.
Inflation Slows in October Fueling Stock Market Rally
Thursday's positive economic report ignited a stock market rally as investors are hopeful the Fed may reduce its next interest rate hike.
Advertisers Flee Twitter amid Fears of Content Moderation as Musk Fires Half of the Company's Workforce
Advertisers pull back from Twitter amid growing fear that misinformation and hate speech will proliferate on the platform as the workforce is shredded under Elon Musk’s leadership.
US News: Pelosi Assault, St. Louis Shooting, Student Scores, and Kanye's Demise
This week's most important news stories in the United States.
Lindsey Graham's Appeal, Supreme Court's Refusal, and Steve Bannon's Sentencing
A federal appeals court rules that Senator Graham must testify in Georgia's 2020 election interference case, the Supreme Court allows President Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Program to move forward, and Steve Bannon is sentenced for contempt of Congress.
Jan. 6 House Committee Votes to Subpoena Trump during its Final Hearing
While presenting its summation of the former president's calculated, multipart effort to overturn the 2020 election, the House select committee votes to compel Trump's testimony.
Hurricane Ian Leaves Wake of Devastation in Florida
One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the Florida peninsula causes catastrophic destruction to the state's southwestern coast.
Oath Keepers' Seditious Conspiracy Trial Set to Begin
Opening statements begin Monday in the consequential trial of the extremist group's leader Stewart Rhodes for his role in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Puerto Rico Without Power and Water after Hurricane Fiona
Almost a million homes and businesses are without power after the storm causes an island-wide power outage for its over 3 million residents.
Trump's Legal Troubles Mount through Multiple Investigations
The former president's civil and criminal exposure due to his actions and business activities appears to be intensifying from numerous angles.