Trump and McConnell Break the Ice in First Meeting In Four Years

( - On June 13, former President Donald Trump and Senate Republican leader Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell met for the first time in four years. The conflict began when Trump denied the results of the...

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Domestic Terrorist Handed Over $1K to Rep. Nadler

( - In June 2021, domestic terrorist Susan Rosenberg donated $1,000 to Democratic New York Rep. Jerry Nadler’s campaign, according to a report. Nadler, following...

IRS Warns Taxpayers of Massive Penalties

( - The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning taxpayers who missed the April 15 tax deadline that they could face massive penalties if they fail to pay their taxes owed or fail to file their taxes. In a statement on June 10, the IRS noted people should page “what they can as soon as possible” to avoid interest and penalties. According to the IRS, a missed payment will accrue interest on the total amount owed at 8 percent compounded daily. For the unexplained late filing of taxes, there is a 5 percent monthly penalty, and any tax returns filed...

Trump Proposes Tax Change for Tipped Workers

( - Former President Donald Trump proposed a tax change for tipped workers during his June 9 rally in Las Vegas, Nevada. If re-elected, Trump said one of the first things he would do is change the tax code and put an end to tips earned by restaurant and hospitality workers being considered taxable income. He stated that tipped workers “do a great job of service, you take care of people.” He added that while changing the tax code for tips might not be popular, “it’s right for the country” and is “something that is deserved.” Changes to the tax code, which...

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DA Demands Court Overturn Abbott’s Pardon of Daniel Perry

( - Travis County, Texas District Attorney José Garza is appealing the pardon of Daniel Perry by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to the Texas...

Liberal Justices Unanimously Sit Out in Rare Supreme Court Move

( - In a rare move, on June 4, the three liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justices, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Ketanji Brown Jackson, sat out of a decision rejecting the case, Brunson v. Sotomayor, et al. The case began when Raland Brunson attempted to challenge the 2020 presidential election results in a 2021 lawsuit, Brunson v. Adams, where Brunson sued hundreds of members of Congress for allegedly violating their oaths of office. The Supreme Court rejected hearing the case on Jan. 9, 2023, with no justices dissenting and denied a petition for rehearing on Feb. 21, 2023, also with...

Court Blocks Fearless Fund from Issuing Grants Only to Black Women

( - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit’s June 3 ruling blocks the Fearless Fund from issuing grants in its Fearless Strivers Grant Contest, which aimed to award grants only to black women entrepreneurs. The judges ordered a preliminary injunction be put in place by a federal court in Georgia that will block the Fearless Fund from closing its application process while the case moves through the courts. According to the ruling, it is “substantially likely” that the Fearless Strivers Grant Contest violates the provisions of Title 42, which prohibits using race when enforcing and awarding contracts. The...

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Netanyahu Accepts Congress Invitation to Speak Despite Backlash

( - On June 1, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted an invitation to speak at a joint session of Congress, despite backlash to...

Biden Admin Funds $900M for Green Buses Amid School Illiteracy Crisis

( - Amid a school illiteracy crisis, on May 29, the Biden administration announced it was awarding 530 school districts almost $900 million in federal grant money to replace diesel-fueled school buses with electric models. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the school districts awarded the funds are located in 47 states and Washington, D.C., with almost half the funding going to school districts that are in rural, low-income, and tribal communities. The grants, the third round of funding from the EPA’s 2023 Clean School Bus Program rebate competition, will help the school districts to purchase 3,400 school buses, 92...

Judge Blocks Key Evidence in Bob Menendez Trial

( - On May 24, U.S. District Court Judge Sidney Stein ruled prosecutors cannot show the jury evidence they say is crucial in their case against New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez. Prosecutors sought to show text messages that they allege show Menendez, who was on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, "engaged in a corrupt relationship" with the three New Jersey businessmen. Menendez was indicted in September on charges of bribery, which allegedly included gold bars, mortgage payments, and cash in exchange for Menendez’s influence “to benefit the Arab Republic of Egypt.” According to prosecutors, the 2019 text messages allegedly showed Menendez...

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