GOP primary in New Hampshire’s 1st district is more about style than substance

But in Tuesday’s race to be the Republican candidate in New Hampshire1st Congressional District Republicans Matt Mowers and Karoline Leavitt are in a tug of war that’s more about style than substance, a fight that has fractured Republican loyalties and underscored just how much to follow Trump’s policies in a Republican primary n is often … Read more

Storm of Justice Department subpoenas widens Trump’s potential legal troubles

The scheme, revealed on Monday, also shows that if Trump can successfully slow down a separate investigation into the withholding of classified information at Mar-a-Lago, its potential exposure to legal consequences is profound and threatening. Trump has not been charged with any crime in either investigation. But the subpoenas show that the DOJ investigation, which … Read more

Trump’s PAC faces scrutiny amid intensifying legal probes

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sitting on top of more than $115 million across several political committees, Donald Trump has positioned himself as a uniquely indomitable force in the GOP who would almost certainly have the resources to swamp his rivals if he launched another presidential campaign. But that massive pile of money is also emerging as … Read more

US lawmakers question Twitter over security practices ahead of whistleblower testimony

CNN Business — US lawmakers sent Twitter more than a dozen questions about its security practices on Monday, on the eve of corporate whistleblower testimony before Congress in which he is expected to expose damning allegations of security and privacy vulnerabilities within the struggling social media company. In a letter to CEO Parag Agrawal, senior … Read more

King Charles walks behind the Queen’s coffin in procession through Edinburgh

London CNN — King Charles III led a procession of of Queen Elizabeth II coffin on Monday as it moved from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland. After a brief service of thanksgiving, the coffin will rest in the cathedral until Tuesday evening. The 73-year-old monarch was joined on foot … Read more

Trump opposes DOJ bid to resume review of classified documents

Former U.S. President Donald Trump takes the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, August 6, 2022. Brian Snyder | Reuters Lawyers for former President Donald Trump on Monday urged a federal judge to reject an effort by the Department of Justice to resume its review of documents seized from Trump’s … Read more

Trump asks judge to deny DOJ request to continue reviewing documents seized at Mar-a-Lago

Trump argues that he has broad authority as president to declassify records, and that a former president should have “unfettered right of access” to presidential records – whether classified or not. “In what is at its core a document storage dispute that has spiraled out of control, the government is improperly seeking to criminalize the … Read more

Exclusive: ‘I’m just not going to leave’: New book reveals Trump sworn to stay in White House

“I’m just not going to leave,” Trump told an aide, according to Haberman. “We will never leave,” Trump told another. “How can you leave when you’ve won an election?” Trump’s insistence that he would not leave the White House, which has not previously been reported, adds new detail to the chaotic post-election period in which … Read more

Exclusive: ‘I’m just not going to leave’: New book reveals Trump sworn to stay in White House

“I’m just not going to leave,” Trump told an aide, according to Haberman. “We will never leave,” Trump told another. “How can you leave when you’ve won an election?” Trump’s insistence that he would not leave the White House, which has not previously been reported, adds new detail to the chaotic post-election period in which … Read more

Biden to hit China with broader curbs on U.S. chip and tool exports: Reuters

U.S. President Joe Biden speaking during the groundbreaking of the new Intel semiconductor plant on September 9, 2022 in Johnstown, Ohio. The Biden administration plans next month to broaden curbs on U.S shipments to China of semiconductors used for artificial intelligence and chipmaking tools, several people familiar with the matter said. Andrew Spear | Getty … Read more