A secret-vote gets scheduled. Will Congresswoman Liz Cheney lose her number three GOP House position tomorrow? The Republican Party wants to move forward but the former President still talking about Election 2020 and...he wants his jewels back? Hacking group Darkside just looking for their pipeline to payout but for gas consumers in the Eastern US, it’s creating a state of emergency. Also, how do we get people to go back to work? The debate over whether or not it’s safe to go outside without masks. And leopards on the loose!
Three more mass shootings in under three days. One Police Commissioner asking how this all stops. Cyber attacks have very real consequences for American drivers as an attack on a pipeline spikes security concerns and gas prices. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has had enough with Congresswoman Liz Cheyney...and he’s getting public about it. Former First Lady Michelle Obama also getting public about her thoughts on race in America. Also who wants to be President and a controversial Derby winner.
The April jobs report falling a little flat with the first unemployment rise in a year and not as many people going back to work. Senate Republicans try to move forward as fighting over Congresswoman Liz Cheney’s ouster continues to hold the House back. Cyber Ninjas executing a recount of 2020 election votes in Arizona, but the DOJ seems to think there may be a problem. Voting laws getting more restrictive in several states. Also, is watching Fox News a diagnosable disease? One lawyer seems to think so.
Congresswoman Liz Cheney still has a target on her back from her own party but its not stopping her from voicing her opinion. President Biden says so what to the Senate Minority Leader’s pledge to focus 100% on fighting his administration. In Florida, the Gov signing sweeping election legislation. Also, it’s time to get your Broadway tickets again! And yes, the sky is falling, Chicken Little.
Facebook’s Oversight Board says goodbye to President Trump...sort of. Former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin already looking for a new trial after his guilty verdict in the murder of George Floyd. GOP infighting over Congresswoman Liz Cheney continues over a hot mic. Time’s run out for Israel’s Prime Minister. And what sort of mayhem is the pandemic wreaking on fertility rates and air travel in the US?
Rep. Liz Cheney facing backlash in the GOP. Is she getting the boot? Are the gates at the border opening a little wider? What’s the cap on refugees for President Biden and is this his final answer? Vaccines for teens coming soon. But some Americans are still hesitant to get the jab. In New York, Broadway’s back. In California, a celeb on the campaign trail with an unexpected stance. Social media may be getting one of its loudest voices back, while another Big Tech couple splits.
Plans for accomplishing herd immunity here in the U-S may not happen. And while Covid numbers dropping in the US, they’re hitting new heights in India. President Biden on his way to make good on at least one campaign promise, though problems at the border continue. Congresswoman Liz Cheney and former President Trump trade jabs. Senator Collins tries to play peacemaker in the GOP. Also, an “Epic” legal match-up between the maker of Fortnite and a big tech giant.
A welfare check gone wrong in North Carolina. Two officers down. The nation continues to mourn George Floyd as Dems and Republicans try to turn the tragedy into lasting change. Senator Tim Scott heading the GOP charge and hitting on some troubled conversations in America. Also, updates on the investigation into former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and explosive reveals in the case against Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz. And, more on Lady Gaga’s bulldogs and it’s Derby time folks. Grab your mint juleps.
President Biden speaks to a joint session of Congress in a plea for peace, unity and lots and lots of government spending. The US economy having a little uptick. Consumers feeling optimistic. Developments in a year old case in the killing of a young Black man. Georgia courts wonder if it’s murder. Federal courts could call it a hate crime. Also, good vaccine news and an exciting kick off in Cleveland.
Rudy Giuliani, we have a warrant. The former New York Mayor’s home searched. President Biden in the Congressional pulpit today talking about his first 100 days. The first juror from the George Floyd trial speaks out about the verdict. Another death in police custody being investigated. A cheerleader’s free speech case rocks the Supreme Court. And in another high-profile case, Britney won’t be silenced.