Quick Glance: Henry Kissinger, Former US Secretary of State, Passes Away at 100
- He was America's top diplomat and national security adviser under Nixon and Ford.
- During his tenure as national security adviser and secretary of state, the US ended its involvement in the Vietnam War, opened up relations with China, and achieved a cessation of hostilities in the 1973 Yom Kippur War in the Middle East.
- Kissinger is the only American who has worked directly with every Chinese leader from Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping.
- Even after turning 100, Kissinger led an active life, including a surprise visit to Beijing to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping.
At Rosalynn Carter's memorial service Tuesday, her grandson Jason thanked the "remarkable sisterhood" — a rare gathering of all five current or ... Show more
Quick Glance: Rosalynn Carter's Funeral in Hometown
- Funeral held at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia
- Pastor Tony Lowden highlights her global humanitarian work
- Jimmy Carter leaves hospice to attend the memorial service
- Family and friends share affectionate stories and anecdotes
Quick Glance: Comer Rejects Public Hearing for Hunter Biden
- Comer stated that Democrats would be 'yelling and screaming' at a public hearing with Hunter Biden.
- Over 10,000 pages of documents regarding Hunter Biden’s financial transactions with enemies worldwide have been obtained.
- Hunter Biden's attorney proposed a public hearing in response to a subpoena but was denied.
- Comer denied the request to make the December testimony public but offered to do so after the private deposition.
Quick Glance: Progress for FDA Approval of Drug to Extend Life of Large Dogs
- A new drug that could extend the lifespan of large dogs and help them age more healthily has taken a major step toward FDA approval.
- On average, larger dogs live for 8 to 12 years, compared to smaller dogs with a lifespan of 10 to 15 years.
- The drug LOY-001 is specifically designed for large and giant breed dogs and is intended to be administered every three to six months.
- FDA approval is based on data showing LOY-001's ability to reduce the growth hormone IGF-1 and its positive impact on the functional outcomes of dogs.
BREAKING: A lawyer for Donald Trump told investigators that she warned the former president that not complying with a subpoena to return all classified ... Show more
Quick Glance: Trump Warned: Comply or Face Criminal Charges
- Attorney Jennifer Little warned Trump of potential criminal charges if he failed to comply with a subpoena for classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
- Special counsel Jack Smith accused Trump of knowingly violating the law by hiding over 100 classified documents and submitting a false certification to the FBI.
- Another attorney, Evan Corcoran, also emphasized the importance of complying with the subpoena, warning that authorities might search the Mar-a-Lago estate if Trump didn't comply.
- Little tried to impress upon Trump the seriousness of the situation and emphasized the difference between the Justice Department's subpoena and previous demands from the National Archives.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said Tuesday that he will not sign a law enacting a ...
Quick Glance: Christie Criticizes 6-Week Abortion Ban
- Christie refuses to sign the 6-week abortion ban
- He believes there is no consensus on a national abortion ban
- Haley's statement supporting the 6-week abortion ban at the state level
- Christie thinks this affects Haley's chances in a general election
President Joe Biden will try to turn congresswoman Lauren Boebert of ...
Quick Glance: Biden Calls Out Boebert as Leader of 'MAGA Movement' in Colorado
- Biden singles out Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) as a leader of the 'MAGA movement' during his visit to her congressional district.
- Biden visits wind tower manufacturer CS Wind in Pueblo, Colo., emphasizing Boebert's role in the 'MAGA movement'.
- Biden mentions Boebert as one of the leaders of the extreme 'MAGA movement' and highlights her voting record against the IRA.
- Biden joins CS Wind workers on stage, emphasizing the positive impact of the company on the population, including in Boebert's district.
Quick Glance: Trump's Request for Disclosure of Covert Investigators
- Trump is demanding the disclosure of all covert investigators within a five-mile radius of the Capitol during the events on January 6.
- According to Donald Trump's lawyers, undercover agents hiding among Trump supporters should have stopped the events on January 6.
- Trump's lawyers are requesting information on undercover agents to demonstrate that it was the security forces, not Trump, who could have stopped the Capitol invasion.
- The presence of undercover agents or informants would indicate a failure of controls and/or covert operations, as argued by Trump's lawyers.
Quick Glance: The Reality of Homeownership in Florida
- Homeownership in Florida presents unique challenges.
- Florida is a hot state with sleepy beach towns and retirement communities.
- Florida was named the fastest-growing state in 2022.
- Prospective buyers should be aware of the challenges of homeownership in the land of eternal summer.
Quick Glance: Flight Powered by Fat and Sugar Crosses Atlantic
- Virgin Atlantic tests sustainable fuel on London to New York flight
- Fuel made from waste fats and plant sugars emits 70% less carbon
- Experts see sustainable fuels as crucial for reducing aviation industry's carbon footprint
- Sustainable Aviation Fuels currently account for about 0.1% of airlines' fuel consumption
Aaron Rodgers will always keep himself in the spotlight: The New York Jets QB is not just anti-vaxx, he's also anti-sunscreen
Quick Glance: California Democrat Moves to Force Vote on Santos' Expulsion After Ethics Report
- Garcia forced a vote on Santos' expulsion following the release of the Ethics Committee report.
- The current expulsion effort has the greatest chance of success after several skeptical lawmakers agreed to vote to oust Santos.
- The Ethics Committee found 'substantial evidence of potential violations of federal criminal law' by Santos.
- Efforts to expel Santos began after the long-awaited Ethics report was released.
Quick Glance: Koch Group Backs Haley's 2024 Presidential Run
- Conservative political network led by Charles Koch endorses Nikki Haley for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
- Group prioritizes defeating Donald Trump in the Republican primaries, believing he would lose to President Joe Biden.
- Koch-affiliated Super PAC, Americans for Prosperity Action, will support Haley with campaign funds and thousands of staffers nationwide.
- Internal group polls show Haley in the best position to defeat Trump in the Republican primaries.
Quick Glance: Report: Pence's Hesitation to Preside Over Jan. 6 Electoral Count Revealed
- Mike Pence initially did not want to preside over the count of electoral votes on Jan. 6, 2021, amid pressure from Trump to overturn the election results.
- Investigations by special counsel Jack Smith show that Pence left personal notes indicating his initial reluctance to preside over the count of electoral votes.
- Pence told investigators that his loyalty to Trump never wavered at the time.
- Pence was also questioned about his recent memoir, detailing conversations with Trump about certifying the votes, including an investigation into the placement of a comma in one section of the book, which Pence deemed a mistake.
Elon Musk told Bob Iger and advertisers to 'go fuck yourself' during a New York Times ...
Elon Musk to Bog Iger and Advertisers
Quick Glance: Elon Musk attacks X advertisers
- Elon Musk speaks in an interview at the DealBook Summit.
- The billionaire apologized for a potentially antisemitic post.
- In an interview with the BBC in April, Musk expressed optimism about the return of advertisers.
Quick Glance: Monica Lewinsky Calls for Ban on Presidential Self-Pardons
- In an op-ed in Vanity Fair, Lewinsky called for six constitutional amendments, including a ban on presidential self-pardons.
- Lewinsky quoted constitutional law professor Neal Katyal, who warned about the potential danger of former President Trump returning to the White House.
- She also advocated for unspecified age limits for elected officials without naming President Biden directly.
- Legal scholars have been discussing the issue of presidential self-pardons for some time.
Quick Glance: Christie's Accountability for Islamophobia and Antisemitism Rise
- Chris Christie attributes part of the rise in antisemitism and Islamophobia across the country to Donald Trump.
- Christie recently visited Israel.
- The Post reached out to the Trump campaign for a comment.
- Despite his current third place, Christie remains optimistic about his chances, drawing parallels to the late Sen. John McCain's position in 2008.
Quick Glance: JPMorgan CEO: Support Nikki Haley in 2024 Election
- Dimon backs Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley, urging support from Democrats and emphasizing 'very liberal Democrats'.
- He mentioned having conversations with Haley but stopped short of fully endorsing her.
- Others, like Ken Langone, also plan to support Haley as the only person who can challenge Trump in the elections.
- Dimon's call for bipartisan support for Haley comes amid her rising popularity in the GOP primary field.
Quick Glance: Israel to Investigate Hamas Report on Kidnapped Baby's Death
- Israeli army to verify Hamas claim of three hostages, including a baby, dying in Israeli airstrikes.
- Hostages' family demanded immediate release and appealed.
- German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier visiting Qatar to discuss hostages.
Two Republican county supervisors in Arizona have been indicted for stalling ...
Quick Glance: Charges Filed Against Arizona Officials for Election Interference
- Indictment accuses two Cochise County supervisors of meddling with the state vote count.
- Election conspiracy theories rampant in the county.
- Peggy Judd and Tom Crosby pushed for a manual vote recount in heavily Republican Cochise County, Arizona.
- Two Arizona Republican county supervisors indicted for felony charges related to delaying the 2022 election results certification.
Quick Glance: US Military Aircraft Crashes in Sea off Japan, Crew's Condition Unknown
- A US military aircraft with eight people onboard crashed into the sea off the western coast of Japan, with three people found but their condition unknown.
- The coast guard dispatched patrol boats and aircraft to the crash site of the tilt-rotor V-22 Osprey off the island of Yakushima.
- The crash occurred near the island's airport, where another Osprey successfully landed.
- The aircraft disappeared from radar at 2:40 p.m. local time, said Japan Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno.
Quick Glance: Lawsuit Against UC Over Antisemitism Allegations
- Jewish organizations file lawsuit against UC and UC Berkeley, alleging unchecked antisemitism.
- The suit claims that antisemitism has been tolerated at UC Berkeley Law for over a year.
- Nearly two dozen student organizations at UC Berkeley Law are accused of forcing Jewish students to go against their identities to participate in activities.
- The lawsuit argues that UC Berkeley violates antidiscriminatory policies and is hostile towards Zionist students, thus violating the Equal Protection and Free Exercise clauses of the US Constitution and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.
Quick Glance: Biden Criticizes Trump and GOP
- The president criticized Republicans and former President Trump for actions that could jeopardize the supply chain, including undoing his achievements and seeking to replace ObamaCare.
- The president announced 30 actions to improve access to medicine and economic data.
- The council is to strengthen the supply chain during the 2023 holiday season, following significant issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Biden referenced a Truth Social post from Trump in the meeting, in which the former president revived calls to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act if he wins the 2024 election.
LISTEN LIVE: Supreme Court hears case on whether SEC, other federal agencies, can create regulations
Quick Glance: Constitutional Concerns Over Internal S.E.C. Tribunals
- Constitutional debate over the agency's authority to pursue enforcement actions before its own judges instead of federal courts.
- Supreme Court's conservative majority receptive to attack on primary Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement methods.
- Agency conducts some enforcement actions in internal tribunals rather than federal courts.
- Debate over the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's funding in October.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called the rising threat of antisemitism in the US a "five-alarm fire that must be extinguished" during remarks ... Show more
Quick Glance: Schumer Warns Against Unwittingly Aiding Antisemitism
- The country's highest-ranking Jewish official cautions against unwittingly embracing bigotry in the name of social justice.
- The Senator warns that some liberals and young people are aiding and abetting antisemitism amid Israel's fight against Hamas.
- The division between progressives and mainstream Democrats extends to the debate over military aid to Israel.
- The Senator emphasizes that vitriol against Israel and Jews in the US has crossed into widespread antisemitism.
Quick Glance: Critics Slam Tommy Tuberville for New U.S. Military Insult
- Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) under fire for insulting U.S. military on Monday evening.
- Critics point out that U.S. military weakness is not due to 'wokeness'.
- Tuberville's latest comments about weakened U.S. military faced immediate backlash.
- Tuberville obstructs 300+ military appointments while speaking negatively about our military.
Quick Glance: US Thwarts Alleged Assassination Plot in New York
- An Indian national, Nikhil Gupta, was charged in connection with the plot.
- According to the indictment, he was allegedly instructed by an Indian government employee.
- The alleged target was not named in the indictment.
- The White House discussed the alleged plot with the Indian government at the highest levels.
Quick Glance: Tragic Death of Official at Ron DeSantis' Office
- Governor Ron DeSantis appointed Peter Antonacci in 2022 to head a new office to combat election fraud.
- Following a heated meeting, the top election fraud officer collapsed in the governor's office and went unnoticed for 24 minutes before receiving help.
- An in-depth investigation reveals more about the circumstances of Antonacci's death and his prior conflict with some of the state's top officials.
- Despite claims that Antonacci died after an argument, the records do not mention the governor.
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