Bongino Says Secret Service Likely Knows 'Exactly Who' Left Coke in West Wing
The mystery of who left cocaine in the West Wing has some Secret Service members "furious" about an abrupt end to a probe in which investigators likely "know exactly who it was."
Mexico submits complaint to US after Texas starts placing floating barriers along Rio Grande
Mexico’ has sent a diplomatic note to the U.S. government saying Texas’ deployment of floating barriers along the Rio Grande may violate treaties on boundaries and water, Foreign Relations Secretary Alicia Bárcena said.
House Passes Defense Bill Restricting Woke Initiatives
“We are continuing to block the Biden Administration's ‘woke’ agenda,” said Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., at a press conference with conservatives ahead of Friday's vote.
Biden nibbles on frightened young girl during trip to Finland, weirding out Twitter users
President Biden appeared to nibble at the shoulder of a startled little girl during his departure from Helsinki, Finland, on Thursday. Footage from the incident quickly made rounds on social media, where several users blasted the president for his peculiar conduct.
‘Decency and dignity’: Multiple carefully crafted Biden narratives fall apart as 2024 race heats up
Biden’s inconsistency between his actions and his words are coming more to the forefront ahead of what is expected to be an explosive 2024 presidential election.
Gosar Blasts Biden Administration Allowing “Terrorists To Walk Across Border”
A report from Judicial Watch, which uncovered evidence that the Biden administration has allowed the release of an illegal alien on the terrorist watch list in Yuma, Arizona has prompted a sharp response from Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar.
Attorney General Mayes Chief of Staff Quits After Seven Months
Attorney General Kris Mayes’ chief of staff, Amy Love, has quit. In a brief press release on Monday morning, Mayes’ office announced that Love would depart on August 7. The attorney general’s office didn’t offer any further details.
Arizona, We Have A Problem: The State Of S.T.E.M. Education
In Arizona the results are sounding the warning bells. Of all students statewide, 60% are failing English Language and 67% are failing math according to the 2022 assessment.
US job gains smallest in 2-1/2 years; labor market still tight
The U.S. economy added the fewest jobs in 2-1/2 years in June, but persistently strong wage growth pointed to still-tight labor market conditions that most certainly ensure the Federal Reserve will resume raising interest rates later this month.
House Freedom Caucus voted to remove Greene before July Fourth break, congressman says
A majority of the House Freedom Caucus voted to remove GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia just before the current congressional recess on June 23, according to Republican Rep. Andy Harris of Maryland, though her ultimate fate in the group remains unclear.
Secret Service investigates cocaine found at White House
The US Secret Service is investigating how cocaine was found at the White House on Sunday night, with visitor logs and footage combed for clues.
Supreme Court to take up major domestic violence gun case
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to review whether a federal law that bans people under domestic violence restraining orders from owning firearms violates the Second Amendment.
Supreme Court blocks Biden student loan forgiveness
The U.S Supreme Court handed President Joe Biden a painful defeat on Friday, blocking his plan to cancel $430 billion in student loan debt - a move that had been intended to benefit up to 43 million Americans and fulfill a campaign promise.
Supreme Court rejects affirmative action in ruling on universities using race in admissions decisions
The U.S. Supreme Court handed down a major ruling on affirmative action Thursday, rejecting the use of race as a factor in college admissions as a violation of the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause.
City of Phoenix approves creation of new homeless campground
The Phoenix City Council has approved the purchase of a new compound intended to accommodate the homeless population. On June 28, members of the council approved in an 8-1 vote to license and buy a plot of land near "The Zone" in an effort to create a structured campground.
Supreme Court rules for Christian mail carrier who refused to work Sundays
The Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for employees to seek religious accommodations in a case involving a lawsuit brought by an evangelical Christian mail carrier who asked not to work on Sundays.
Former lawmaker, former congressional candidate, party chair vie for LD2 seat
Legislative District 2 Republicans nominated three people on Monday night as potential replacements for former Sen. Steve Kaiser, R-Phoenix. Shawnna Bolick, Josh Barnett and Paul Carver.
Peoria Unified board members taking heat from citing Bible verses
There is controversy in the Peoria Unified School District. Freedom From Religion Foundation is threatening to sue the district because two board members cited Bible verses during public board meetings.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signs 2 executive orders supporting the LGBTQ+ community
One of the orders bars state agencies from funding and promoting conversion therapy treatment for minors. The other will make sure the state employee health care plan covers gender affirmation surgeries that are deemed medically necessary.
Several Candidates Submit Their Names to Replace State Sen. Steve Kaiser Who Resigned From the Arizona Legislature
State Senator Steve Kaiser (R-Phoenix) resigned earlier this month from the Arizona Legislature, leaving a void that must be filled by a Republican from that district per state law. The precinct committeemen in Legislative District 2, which is based in north Phoenix, will select three names at a meeting on June 26 to send to the Maricopa County Supervisors, who will have the final pick.