Mitch McConnell, age 81, ‘felt light-headed’ when he suddenly froze during press conference and had to be helped away from podium in scary scenes

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell made light of a health scare on Wednesday, saying he had told President Joe Biden that he too had been ‘sandbagged’ after freezing up mid-sentence during a press conference. The 81-year-old Republican was speaking at his leadership briefing earlier when he stopped abruptly, unable to complete his sentence.  Aides later said … Read more

Protesters fail to stop guests from entering White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Climate protesters BLOCK guests from entering White House Correspondents’ Dinner – as they demand Biden keeps promise to end drilling on federal land Activists who have taken issue with Biden’s recent approval of oil projects were seen attempting to block guests’ arrival to the Washington Hilton Saturday Footage shows members of the climate group shouting … Read more

Joe Biden is confident the Supreme Court will approve his plan for student loan forgiveness

A day ahead of the Georgia Senate runoff election, President Biden re-emphasized his promise to reduce the ‘enormous debt’ for students who graduated with student loans – and insisted it will overcome ongoing legal challenges. ‘There’s a whole lot of people affected and we’re confident on the law,’ Biden said during an interview on the … Read more

The New York Public Library hosts annual Library Lions Gala, complete with star-studded crowd 

On Monday, November 7th, The New York Public Library hosted its Library Lions Gala. The annual event raises critical funds to support the Library’s mission to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen communities within their 92 neighborhood locations. Over 450 attendees, including New York State Mayor Eric Adams, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, and … Read more

January 6 defendant APOLOGIZES for entering Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley’s office

‘I hold politicians in the highest regard’: January 6 defendant sends letter to Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley apologizing for raiding his office after pleading guilty to entering the Capitol and texting a friend saying ‘Id do time for Trump’ Jan. 6 defendant Francis Connor is seeking lesser sentence  He said there was ‘zero malicious intent’ … Read more

Senate votes 65 to 34 to break GOP filibuster clearing passage for bipartisan gun control package

The Senate voted 65 to 34 to end a Republican-led filibuster on the gun reform package, clearing another important hurdle, with final Senate passage coming as early as later Thursday.  Senators were working on an agreement that would allow them to expedite the process and schedule a final vote Thursday night instead of waiting the … Read more

Uvalde school police chief Pete Arredondo is put on administrative leave

BREAKING NEWS: Uvalde school police chief Pete Arredondo is put on administrative leave due to ‘lack of clarity’ in investigation into shooting  Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District superintendent Dr. Hal Harrell announced the decision in a statement released on Wednesday Arredondo has come under fire in the weeks after the May 24 shooting over his … Read more

John Cornyn says he was joking when he said he would work on immigration reform after the gun bill

GOP gun bill negotiator John Cornyn says he was joking when he said he would move on to immigration reform now that gun bill is in hand John Cornyn is walking back his comment saying he will work an immigration deal after negotiating with Democrats on gun reform legislation The bipartisan bill passed the Senate … Read more

Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer sustains ‘serious injury’ while gardening over the weekend

Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer sustains ‘serious injury’ while gardening over the weekend and may have to have a finger AMPUTATED  Sen. Kevin Cramer suffered a ‘serious’ hand injury over the weekend sending him into emergency surgery He may need to have a finger amputated, his office said    The North Dakota Republican, 61, said that the … Read more

Mo Brooks forces runoff in GOP primary for Alabama Senator after Trump pulled his endorsement

The Alabama Senate race will advance to a runoff between Rep. Mo Brooks and Katie Britt, the former chief of staff for outgoing Sen. Richard Shelby.  Britt was 15 points ahead of Brooks, but failed to capture 50 percent of the vote, triggering a runoff election on June 16.  With over 95 percent of the … Read more