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NPR's senior business editor admitted that the Hunter Biden laptop story was newsworthy, despite NPR not covering it.

Apr 10, 2024

NPR editor says network ‘turned a blind eye’ to Hunter Biden laptop story because ‘it could help Trump’

A veteran National Public Radio journalist slammed the left-leaning broadcaster for ignoring the Hunter Biden laptop scandal because it could have helped Donald Trump get re-elected.

Hunter Biden is facing subpoenas in the impeachment probe, leading to accusations of DOJ hypocrisy by Reyes.

Apr 08, 2024

Joe Biden-Appointed Judge Slams DOJ For Ignoring House GOP Subpoenas Related To Hunter Biden

A federal judge appointed by President Joe Biden has criticized the Department of Justice or DOJ for disregarding subpoenas related to Hunter Biden. What Happened: U.S. District Judge Ana Reyes, a Biden appointee on the federal District Court in Washington, rebuked the DOJ for not complying with Hunter Biden subpoenas linked to the impeachment inquiry of President Biden. The judge pointed out the apparent double standard, as a former Donald Trump aide is currently imprisoned for a similar refusal to comply with Congress, reported Politico.

Former CBS News Senior Correspondent Catherine Herridge is reportedly in talks with social media company X. The talks come as the company is expanding its journalistic footprint.

Mar 29, 2024

Report: X looks to expand journalistic footprint, in talks with Catherine Herridge

Following her controversial firing at the hands of CBS News, Catherine Herridge may soon have a new job. The former CBS News senior investigative correspondent is reportedly in talks to join the social media giant X, formerly known as Twitter. X responded to the potential talks in a statement on Thursday, March 28. “We are…

The Supreme Court's direction in Murthy v. Missouri is deeply concerning, posing a significant threat to our First Amendment rights.

Mar 26, 2024

Supreme Court threatens free speech rights in Murthy case

The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in Murthy v. Missouri, a case concerning government communications with social media companies, and whether those communications amount to censorship. The justices seem opposed to the plaintiff’s arguments that the government’s efforts to combat online misinformation about COVID-19 and U.S. elections constituted censorship. Straight Arrow News contributor Ben…

Republicans admit they don't have the votes to impeach Biden so they are exploring sending criminal referrals to the Justice Department.

Mar 25, 2024

Republicans don’t have the votes to impeach Biden, eye criminal referrals

The Republican-led impeachment inquiry into President Biden appears to be moving toward an end without much to show for it. Multiple Republicans are publicly admitting they don’t have enough support to impeach the president.  “We don’t have the votes,” Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., said. “I say vote it up or down. I’m tired of people…

According to multiple members of Congress, the Oversight Committee's impeachment hearing could be described as a “clown show."

Mar 22, 2024

‘Clown show’: Congress surprised its approval rating is high as 12%

The House Oversight Committee held an impeachment hearing into President Biden on Wednesday, March 20. According to multiple members of Congress, the hearing could be described as a “clown show.” “It was a clown show man, you know that,” Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., said.   “The American people know that this has become a clown show,”…

House Republicans held another impeachment hearing into President Biden Wednesday but it did not reveal any new information.

Mar 20, 2024

Impeachment hearing features a witness in prison, a Putin mask, an empty chair

A congressman wearing a Putin mask, an empty chair for Hunter Biden, and a key witness testifying via teleconference from prison: that was the reality at the House Oversight Committee’s impeachment hearing into Joe Biden Wednesday, March 20. The hearing included some made-for-TV moments but no new information. Republicans continued to push their narrative that…

Vice President Kamala Harris plans for a historic stop at an abortion clinic in Minnesota.

Mar 14, 2024

Vice President Kamala Harris to tour Minnesota abortion clinic in historic visit

Vice President Kamala Harris plans for a historic stop at an abortion clinic in Minnesota. And a man who lived most of his life in an iron lung passes away. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, March 14, 2024. Vice President Kamala Harris to tour abortion clinic in Minnesota Vice President…

The House Oversight Committee is investigating President Biden for potential impeachment articles. AT&T has until March 20 to comply.

Mar 13, 2024

Republicans subpoenaed 15 years of Hunter Biden phone records, Democrats reveal

House Republicans have subpoenaed AT&T for 15 years of Hunter Biden’s phone records, Democrats revealed on Tuesday, the latest sign that GOP lawmakers are plowing ahead with their impeachment inquiry into President Biden despite his son testifying that his father was not involved in his business ventures.

SAG-AFTRA is accusing CBS News of seizing the files of a fired journalist which contain "confidential source identification and information."

Feb 23, 2024

SAG-AFTRA accuses CBS News of seizing files of fired journalist

SAG-AFTRA is accusing CBS News of violating the First Amendment rights of a laid-off investigative journalist. Earlier this month, CBS News’ parent company, Paramount, handed pink slips to 800 employees. Catherine Herridge, a senior investigative correspondent, was one of those employees. Herridge had been covering stories for CBS News related to investigations involving President Joe…

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