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Trump called for Jan. 6 investigative committee members to be indicted after his former chief strategist Steve Bannon was sentenced to prison.

Trump calls for Jan. 6 investigative committee members to be indicted

Donald Trump is calling for the criminal prosecution of members of the congressional Jan. 6 investigative committee, all of whom are his political opponents. The former president expressed his opinion on Truth Social, his social media platform, on Thursday, June 6. “INDICT THE UNSELECT J6 COMMITTEE FOR ILLEGALLY DELETING AND DESTROYING ALL OF THEIR ‘FINDINGS!’”…

Former President Trump's conviction could lead to the permanent revocation of his concealed carry permit in New York.

Trump’s conviction raises questions about his conceal carry permit

Under federal law, convicted felons are not legally allowed to possess a firearm. Former President Donald Trump has held a concealed carry license for more than a decade, but a Manhattan jury convicted the former president of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records on May 30. Now, the status of his concealed carry license…

President Joe Biden is among the dozens of world leaders who are commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day in France. The Morning Rundown™

Biden joins world leaders, veterans for 80th anniversary of D-Day

President Joe Biden joined other world leaders and World War II veterans in Normandy to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day. And Israel strikes a school in Gaza it says was the location of a Hamas compound as local officials say dozens have been killed. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 6,…

Arizona lawmakers voted to add a ballot measure that would make crossing the border from Mexico without authorization a state crime.

Arizona lawmakers add immigration enforcement measure to November ballot

Five months before the November elections, immigration remains a top concern for American voters. Lawmakers in Arizona voted Tuesday, June 4, to give voters a chance to determine how to handle illegal immigration in their state. Come November, people in the Grand Canyon State will vote on a ballot measure that would make it a…

Democratic Senators are planning to reveal a new legislative package to protect IVF access nationwide on Monday, June 3.

Senate Democrats to unveil protections for IVF

A group of Democratic senators is unveiling a new legislative package to protect access to in vitro fertilization (IVF) on Monday, June 3, two years after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. The Right to IVF Act is led by Sens. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., Patty Murray, D-Wash., and Cory Booker, D-N.J. The package…

Donald Trump's list of accomplishments as America's president is as extensive as Joe Biden's list of failures.

Why Trump is the unquestionable choice for the next president

In less than seven hours following former President Trump’s guilty verdict in the hush money criminal trial, his campaign raised $35 million. His supporters are more energized than ever to return him to the White House and keep current President Biden out. Watch the above video as Straight Arrow News contributor Star Parker breaks down…

A second Trump presidential term could spell disaster for the future of America's highest court—and, by extension, its democracy.

Right-wing SCOTUS could become more extreme with second Trump term

With former President Donald Trump and President Biden virtually tied in polls, many are speculating about what a second term under Trump’s presidency would look like. The Supreme Court, already contentious due to several conservative appointments he made during his first term, is a particular area of intense debate among both liberals and conservatives. Watch…

Trump emphasized the importance of appellate courts resolving issues to maintain the country's integrity.

Judge tells Trump jury they must be unanimous, but don’t have to agree on means

The judge overseeing the hush money trial of former President Donald Trump spent an hour telling the jury how to apply the law to the case, including that they must reach a unanimous decision but don’t have agree on the means.

Justice Samuel Alito refuses recusal from Trump-related cases, denies knowledge of symbolic flags put up by his wife.

Justice Alito dismisses calls to recuse himself over flag controversy

Justice Samuel Alito has declined requests to recuse himself from two Supreme Court cases involving former President Donald Trump and the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol due to flags displayed outside his homes. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, urged Alito to recuse himself. Alito stated in letters to House…

Jury deliberations enter a second day in the criminal trial of former President Donald Trump in New York City. The Morning Rundown™

Jury deliberations to continue in Trump criminal trial

Jury deliberations enter a second day in the criminal trial of former President Donald Trump. And a volcano in Iceland erupts, sending lava more than 160 feet into the air. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, May 30, 2024. Jury deliberations to continue in Trump criminal trial The jury in Donald…