‘Trump Force One’ hits the skies again this fall: Ex-president gets his jet back as midterms heat up

Donald Trump’s iconic Boeing 757 jet will soon take to the skies once again after a remodel in Louisiana, the former president announced on Wednesday. The ex-leader was known to use it for his dramatic arrivals to campaign stops on the 2016 trail, where it was nicknamed ‘Trump Force One.’ But the plane has been … Read more

Florida Sen. Rick Scott refuses to endorse Mitch McConnell for majority leader

Florida Sen. Rick Scott refuses to endorse Mitch McConnell for majority leader after Trump tried to recruit him to run against Kentucky senator Florida Sen. Rick Scott wouldn’t commit to voting for Mitch McConnell to serve as majority leader should the upper chamber return to Republican hands  ‘There’ll be an election,’ Scott said at the … Read more

Judge orders Trump lawyer John Eastman to hand over 159 more emails to the January 6 committee

Judge orders Trump lawyer John Eastman to hand over 159 more emails to the January 6 committee – including one that is ‘evidence of a crime committed to overturn the election’ House Jan. 6th committee has subpoenaed emails from Chapman University Eastman is suing his former employer to block it from handing them over He … Read more

Trump impeachment lawyer runs for Congress against Bill de Blasio, Rep. Mondaire Jones in New York

The prosecutor worked on House Democrats’ first impeachment of Donald Trump is running for Congress, he announced on Wednesday, aiming to clinch an empty seat that’s also being eyed-off by former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Attorney Daniel Goldman is joining the race for New York’s newly-created 10th Congressional District, adding one more … Read more

Michigan teacher is suspended after classroom activity comparing Obama to monkeys and apes

Michigan teacher is suspended after including photo of Barack Obama in a class about apes, monkeys and lemurs and asking pupils to spot the primate Roeper’s High School in Birmingham suspended the Asian Pacific biology female after her failure to ban the classroom activity caused outrage  The teacher at the $30,000-a-year school said she downloaded … Read more

Ex-Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann trial begins TODAY: Durham probe’s first case gets underway 

The trial of Michael Sussmann, an attorney who previously worked for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, is began Monday as prosecutors seek to prove the lawyer lied to federal agents when sending them dirt on Donald Trump’s alleged links to Russia. It’s the first trial and one of two indictments in Special Counsel John Durham’s three-year … Read more

New animal species should not be named after famous faces

Scientists should not name new species after celebrities in case they fall out of favour or are ‘cancelled’, an expert has said. In recent years, a millipede has been named after Taylor Swift, a moth after Donald Trump and a rubber frog after Sir David Attenborough. But Professor Robert Poulin, from the University of Otago … Read more

Biden’s ‘Disinformation’ czar pushed debunked Russia collusion claims from Hillary’s 2016 campaign

The head of President Joe Biden’s new Disinformation Governance Board has a history of pushing now-debunked claims that there are ties between Russia and Donald Trump, old and recently resurfaced tweets reveal. Nina Jankowicz promoted several claims from Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign on Twitter, including allegations that are now being looked into by special … Read more

Is Britain’s ‘wokerati’ losing Twitter followers too?

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter appears to have led to a split in users’ fortunes along ideological lines – with conservative figures gaining followers while leading ‘Wokerati’ go in the opposite direction. The Tesla founder’s $44billion bid was unanimously accepted by Twitter’s board on Monday. Shortly afterwards, prominent American right-wingers, such as Donald Trump’s son, Don … Read more

Federal judge says Florida’s new election law is unconstitutional and racially motivated

Obama appointee federal judge says Florida’s new election law is unconstitutional and racially motivated and orders state to go to the government before changing its rules again The judge placed the state under a 10-year order forcing it to get approval from the federal government before changing key parts of its voting laws again  Florida was … Read more