The former president said he did not agree for his voice to be used as an audiobook when he was interviewed for journalist Bob Woodward’s book “Rage.”
Month: January 2023
‘Intellectually bankrupt’: Biden allies blast GOP debt-limit backup plan – POLITICO
Washington and Wall Street are ramping up discussions around contingency plans after the U.S. hit its legal borrowing limit on Jan. 19.
A Volatile Tool Emerges in the Abortion Battle: State Constitutions
Many of the legal arguments seeking to overturn abortion bans rely on rights provided by the states, and how they are interpreted by state supreme courts.
Paul Pelosi Attack Suspect Tells TV Station He Has No Remorse
The man accused of assaulting the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a disturbing surprise phone call to the station on Friday, the same day footage of the attack was made public.
Paul Pelosi attacker David DePape makes chilling call to TV station: ‘I’m so sorry I didn’t get more of them’
Paul Pelosi attacker David DePape said he was ‘sorry I didn’t get more of them’ in a chilling phone call to a local California TV news station Friday after video of the attack was released.
‘I Hope They Stomp His Ass’: Memphis Police Release Video of Fatal Beating of Tyre Nichols
Nichols cried out for his mother as police doused him with pepper spray and brutally punched and kicked him.
National Archives asks past presidents, VPs to look for classified items
Half Moon Bay Shootings: Suspect in farm killings faces 7 murder counts; coroner identifies victims
Prosecutors say they will charge a farmworker accused of killing seven people in back-to-back shootings at two Northern California mushroom farms with seven counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.
Florida Gives Reasons for Rejecting A.P. African American Studies Class
The state’s Department of Education cites examples of what it calls “the woke indoctrination” of students.
College wrestler missing after friends say he jumped into California ocean for ‘polar plunge’
Mr. Klain’s departure would mark a rare moment of high-level turnover in an administration that has been remarkably stable through two years of crises and political battles.