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Former Ohio Speaker, Already Serving Time for Corruption, Indicted on More Charges

March 27, 2024

The former Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives has been indicted on multiple state felony charges related to the misuse of campaign funds and ethics violations, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced on March 26. This comes after Larry Householder, a Republican, was already convicted on federal charges last year, with the new charges […]

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ANALYSIS: The Mega-Donors Behind Joe Biden

March 27, 2024

President Biden says the majority of his campaign donations came from small donors. President Joe Biden’s campaign has reported pulling in $155 million for his re-election war chest, calling it the “highest total of any Democratic candidate in history” at this point in a presidential contest. Much of the money comes from big-dollar mega-donors. President […]

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Washington hires athletic director Pat Chun away from rival Washington State

March 27, 2024

Washington hired athletic director Pat Chun away from Apple Cup rival Washington State on Tuesday, reaching across the state to fill its AD job about a week after it surprisingly came open. Washington was stung last week when athletic director Troy Dannen left after less than six months on the job to take over at […]

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Democrats Hemorrhaging Voters, Struggling With Immigration and Economy: Lara Trump

March 27, 2024

‘People remember how much better life was for them when Donald Trump was in office’ Ms. Trump said. Republican National Committee (RNC) co-chair Lara Trump said the Democratic Party is losing supporters, especially among minorities “They’re hemorrhaging voters on the Democrat side,” Ms. Trump said in a March 25 interview with Fox News. “It is […]

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Securities Fraud Charges Dropped Against Texas AG Ken Paxton in $300,000 Restitution Deal

March 27, 2024

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has agreed to a $300,000 restitution deal under which securities fraud charges will be dropped, with no admission of guilt. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton scored a major legal and political victory on March 26, as prosecutors dropped a long-running securities fraud case against him in a $300,000 restitution deal […]

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NTSB Holds Media Briefing on Francis Scott Key Bridge

March 27, 2024

NTSB Holds Media Briefing on Francis Scott Key Bridge EpochTV Live Views 4.7K • Mar-26-2024 The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) holds a media briefing at 1:00 p.m. ET on March 26 on the Francis Scott Key Bridge being struck by a cargo ship.

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Businesses Can Join National Digital ID Program Within 2 Years

March 27, 2024

Debate on the national digital ID system has been shut down, according to One Nation senators. Private businesses will be able to join the national digital ID system within two years under amendments proposed by the government. The Digital ID Bill 2023 (pdf) was introduced to the Australian Senate on March 27. Australians can already […]

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Over-the-Counter CBD Products Don’t Treat Pain, Pose Toxicity Risk: Study

March 27, 2024

Do you know what’s actually in that over-the-counter cannabidiol (CBD) product you’re buying that claims to relieve pain? A new study reveals that most non-medical CBD products contain more than just CBD, including chemicals that can be harmful to a person’s health, and they are not effective in relieving pain The results could change how […]

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GOP Staffer Drops Sexual Assault Lawsuit, Apologizes to CPAC’s Matt Schlapp

March 27, 2024

A Republican strategist announced on Tuesday that he has dropped his sexual assault and defamation lawsuit against American Conservative Union (ACU) head Matt Schlapp. Carlton Huffman, 40, who accused Mr. Schlapp of sexual battery and defamation while working for Hershell Walker’s 2022 Senate campaign, issued a statement and apology via a spokesperson for Mr. Schlapp. […]

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Supreme Court Action Leads to Early Release of Jan. 6 Prisoner Who Carried Confederate Flag

March 27, 2024

Jan. 6 prisoner has won early release from prison thanks to a Supreme Court decision to review the use of a felony obstruction charge against Jan. 6 detainees. A Delaware man serving a three-year sentence for marching through the halls of Congress on Jan. 6, 2021, has won early release thanks to a Supreme Court […]