White House aide says Trump grabbed the steering wheel of his limo and attacked a Secret Service agent when he was told he couldn’t go to the Capitol.
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California sending out ‘inflation relief’ checks up to $1,050: Here’s how much you’ll get
More than 20 million Californians can expect a new round of direct payments to hit their bank accounts this year, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Sunday.
SF Pride Stage Shut Down After Person Sprays Mace Into Crowd, Fights Break Out
Sunday’s San Francisco Pride activities ended early at the Civic Center as police asked people in the area to go home due to security reasons.
Off-duty Rhode Island cop, ex-GOP state Senate candidate allegedly attacks political opponent at abortion rights rally after Supreme Court Roe ruling – CNBC
Jen Rourke said she was “violently attacked” after her speech outside the state house in Providence protesting the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Second Amendment: Supreme Court ruling changes legal terrain for guns
The Supreme Court ruling focused on a New York gun law, but Justice Thomas also set a standard that upends the way other gun laws will be judged.
Uvalde Victim’s Family, Chaplin & Reporters Asked To Leave City Hall Before Police Testify About School Massacre
Parents and reporters were asked to leave Uvalde City Hall this afternoon before a Texas House of Representatives committee held a hearing to gather testimony from officers involved in the response…
Texas Republican Party passes resolution denying legitimacy of Biden’s victory in presidential election
Texas Republicans also called for the state to hold a referendum on whether to “reassert its status as an independent nation.”
Attorney From Philippines Who Was Vacationing in Philly Killed in Uber
A government attorney from the Philippines who was vacationing in Philadelphia with his mother was shot and killed while the two were inside an Uber in University City over the weekend.
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Democrats Expect Joe Biden to Run in 2024. They’re Less Sure If He Should.
A Florida woman accused of making anti-Asian remarks and pepper-spraying four women in New York City appeared in court to face hate crime charges.