‘It’s not just his fault’: Biden voters look for the President to ease nation’s woes

‘It’s not just his fault’: Biden voters look for the President to ease nation’s woes

Sally Bissey understands the pain facing many Americans, whether she’s stocking up at the grocery store or refueling at the gas station, but she hardly believes President Joe Biden deserves all of the blame. “Inflation is frustrating. Filling your tank is expensive. Everything is expensive,” Bissey said, reflecting on the wave of challenges facing the…

Stormy Daniels testifies on Avenatti: ‘He lied to me and betrayed me’
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Stormy Daniels testifies on Avenatti: ‘He lied to me and betrayed me’

Stormy Daniels, an adult-film actress who was allegedly defrauded by Michael Avenatti, testified Thursday in federal court as part of the criminal trial against the celebrity attorney. Daniels testified that Avenatti said he was going to get “a big payday” from winning her lawsuit against then-President Donald Trump and a crowd funding legal defense fund…

Pentagon commits to do more to prevent civilian deaths in military operations

Pentagon commits to do more to prevent civilian deaths in military operations

The US military has committed to doing more to prevent civilian deaths following the release of a damning report that found the Pentagon had failed to consistently identify, investigate and share lessons learned when civilians have been harmed in US military operations. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin will implement a 90-day review of the military’s…

Andy Parker, father of journalist slain on live TV, running for Congress in Virginia
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Andy Parker, father of journalist slain on live TV, running for Congress in Virginia

Andy Parker, whose daughter Alison, a TV reporter, was fatally shot during a live broadcast in 2015, announced Thursday that he’s running for Congress. “In 2015, my 24-year-old daughter, Alison Parker, was shot and killed on live television. I had a choice to retreat into my grief or honor Alison’s life through action. I chose…

Top US spy warns too many government secrets harms national security
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Top US spy warns too many government secrets harms national security

Over-classification of government secrets both undermines national security by blocking the intelligence community’s ability to share critical information and “erodes the basic trust that our citizens have in their government,” the US director of national intelligence, Avril Haines, said in a letter to Congress obtained by CNN. The statement from the nation’s top spy chief…

Supporters of the ERA push for publication despite lingering legal questions
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Supporters of the ERA push for publication despite lingering legal questions

Backers of the Equal Rights Amendment are pressuring the Biden administration and the US archivist to publish the amendment, arguing that the ERA should be taking effect on Thursday. Believing that the ERA has satisfied all the necessary constitutional requirements, supporters are demanding that US Archivist David Ferriero, who’s set to retire in April, publish…