President Trump is one of the most influential presidents in United States history,” “Media Buzz” host Howard Kurtz said Friday.
Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday defended his decision to challenge the Electoral College certification process, pushing back against some of his colleagues who have accused him of inciting Wednesday’s… Read More »Cruz defends role in electoral vote objections: Had ‘nothing to do’ with Capitol riots
Kauai plans to reopen to tourists after opting out of Hawaii’s Safe Travel Program.
The man photographed sitting at a desk in Nancy Pelosi’s office during the Capitol Hill riots has been identified by the media as Richard Barnett of Arkansas – and he is now insisting he is “not a… Read More »Capitol protester in Pelosi’s office ‘not afraid’ to go down with ‘someone else’s blood’: report
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Tuesday that he mobilized the National Guard to help distribute coronavirus vaccines as the state ranked among the wprst… Read More »NC governor taps National Guard for COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Former Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones announced Wednesday that he will be joining the Republican Party.
Two health care heroes in South Dakota are engaged after a paramedic proposed as his nurse boyfriend administered the coronavirus vaccine.
The musician died in 2016 after a private battle with cancer.
Austin’s Police Department is asking the public for help in investigating an officer-involved shooting that unfolded early Tuesday morning – the second such incident of its kind in… Read More »Austin police seek public’s help after second officer-involved shooting in less than 24 hours
Missouri State troopers shot and injured a man Monday night outside a Missouri State Highway Patrol building southeast of Kansas City.