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Emhoff defends vice president-wife in Paris amid low polls, French gaffe

Second gentleman Douglas Emhoff came to the defense of his oft-maligned wife, Vice President Kamala Harris, during an event in Paris on Thursday, saying her role as a trailblazer is “hard.” → Read More

TV’s ‘Dr. Oz’ weighing bid for Senate in Pennsylvania: Report

Celebrity physician Dr. Mehmet Oz is laying the groundwork to enter the race for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania as a Republican, according to a published report. → Read More

Pelosi slammed for officiating lavish wedding of Getty oil heiress

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently officiated at the lavish wedding of oil heiress Ivy Getty and went maskless at the ceremony at San Francisco City Hall, which made her the target of the mob on social media. → Read More

Obama leaves audience scratching heads over gaffes at Scotland summit

Former President Barack Obama called on world leaders to save the planet, but he couldn’t quite identify which country he was in. → Read More

Kamala Harris jets off to France with record-low approval rating, lower expectations

Vice President Kamala Harris embarked Monday on a five-day visit to France, a diplomatic trip intended in part to raise her rock-bottom profile, with a new poll showing her approval rating at an abysmal 28%. → Read More

Democrats point fingers while Biden credits Trump for party’s election setbacks

Frustrated Democrats blamed each other and President Biden on Wednesday after the party's devastating losses in Virginia and a too-close-to-call race for New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy that was supposed to be a cakewalk. → Read More

Wife of Pa. Senate candidate Sean Parnell testifies of physical, emotional abuse in custody hearing

The estranged wife of Republican Senate candidate Sean Parnell testified Monday in a child-custody hearing in Pennsylvania that he choked her, hit their children and verbally abused her, according to a report. → Read More

More Democrats want Biden replaced on party’s ticket in 2024: Poll

More Democrats want someone else to replace President Biden on their party’s ticket in 2024 than want him to run for reelection, according to a new poll released Monday. → Read More

Biden tests negative for COVID-19 after Psaki gets the disease

President Biden has tested negative for COVID-19 after White House press secretary Jen Psaki contracted the disease, the White House said Monday. → Read More

Biden says nuclear talks restarting with Iran, after meeting with allies

President Biden said Saturday that talks with Iran will resume in an effort to re-establish the Obama-era nuclear accord, as he and U.S. allies warned that Tehran has "accelerated the pace of provocative nuclear steps." → Read More

Watchdog: State Dept. sought ‘wholesale’ redactions of Afghanistan reports

The State Department sought to redact "wholesale" public reports by the U.S. inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction during the Biden administration's chaotic withdrawal from Kabul, the watchdog said Friday. → Read More

Democrats deal Biden another big embarrassment before he leaves for Europe

It’s hard to imagine how President Biden’s own party could make him look any weaker. → Read More

Economy slowed to disappointing 2% growth in third quarter: Commerce Department

Economy slowed to disappointing 2% growth in third quarter: Commerce Department - Washington Times → Read More

GOP slams intel community’s focus on ‘woke’ agenda

The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee told leaders of the nation’s intelligence agencies on Wednesday they are undermining national security by focusing on “left-wing dogma” such as seminars on the dangers of white supremacy and climate change. → Read More

Even some Democrats holding their nose at the party’s new plan for ‘billionaire’s tax’

Democrats, who are scrambling to raise revenue for President Biden's unfinished $2 trillion social welfare plan, managed to find a tax hike that even fellow Democrats don't like. → Read More

‘Justice was served’: Judge rules teen in Virginia school rape case engaged in ‘non-consensual sex’

A Virginia juvenile court judge ruled Monday that the teenager charged with raping a female student in a Loudoun County high school bathroom in May did engage in "non-consensual sex," according to people connected with the case. → Read More

Amid soaring inflation, alarms sounded about central banks’ focus on climate change, racial justice

Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers' criticism that the Federal Reserve and other central banks are too focused on "woke" social issues reflects a growing concern that policymakers aren't paying enough attention to inflation. → Read More

Obama mum on transgender controversy at Netflix over Dave Chappelle special

Former President Barack Obama, who has a multiyear deal with Netflix, has been noticeably silent about the furor over the streaming service's special by comic Dave Chappelle that contains anti-transgender comments. → Read More

AG Garland dodges question on special counsel for Hunter Biden’s art sales

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland deflected a lawmaker's request Thursday to appoint a special counsel to investigate the high-priced art sales of presidential son Hunter Biden, saying only that he would take the question "under advisement." → Read More

Lawmaker accuses Garland of conflict with relative’s marketing of CRT curricula

Attorney General Merrick Garland rejected a lawmaker's accusation Thursday that he has a conflict of interest with his son-in-law's work for an education firm that pushes critical race theory-related curricula in schools. → Read More