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Past articles by Alison:

Trump Asks Court To Delay Classified Documents Trial Until After 2024 Election

The DOJ wants to go to trial in December, but Trump's attorneys argued that would be far too soon. → Read More

DeSantis’ Controversial Policies Spark Florida Convention Cancellations—As Tourism Shows Signs Of Slowing

The convention dropouts come amid other signs that crowds at Florida’s major theme park attractions are down. → Read More

Trump’s North Korea Threats Made Officials ‘Terrified’ U.S. Would Face Nuclear Attack, Ex-Staffer Reportedly Says

Homeland Security officials convened an unprecedented meeting to discuss what would happen if the U.S. faced a nuclear strike, according to Miles Taylor. → Read More

Rudy Giuliani Forced To Pay $89K In Attorneys Fees For 2020 Defamation Case

The ex-Trump attorney was sanctioned for failing to turn over evidence in the case. → Read More

DeSantis Defends Anti-Trump Campaign Ad Widely Decried As Homophobic

Going after Trump for defending LGBTQ rights in the past is “totally fair game,” DeSantis said. → Read More

Allison Mack Released From Prison Early For Role In NXIVM Cult

The ‘Smallville’ actress had been sentenced to three years in prison. → Read More

El Niño Returns: UN Warns Of Upcoming ‘Surge’ In Global Temperatures And Extreme Heat

El Niño’s return comes as the U.S. is already facing record heat linked to the impacts of climate change. → Read More

Judge Blocks Parts Of New Florida Election Law

The decision marks the latest court ruling against one of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ policies since he launched his presidential run. → Read More

Broadway’s Biggest Show Of 2023 (So Far): ‘Phantom’ Goes Out With A Bang

‘Phantom of the Opera’ closed on Broadway after more than 35 years in April—and saw its grosses spike on the way out. → Read More

Trump Lawyers—Including Sidney Powell, Giuliani—Reportedly Under Scrutiny In DOJ 2020 Election Investigation

Investigators have reportedly been asking witnesses about Trump attorneys like Powell and Jenna Ellis, the Wall Street Journal reports. → Read More

Twitter Faces Lawsuit Over Unpaid Office Fees—Again

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter and the “extreme belt-tightening” that’s resulted has required “everyone to whom owes money to sue,” the lawsuit states. → Read More

Supreme Court Strikes Down Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness

Federal borrowers have been in limbo for months over the loan forgiveness program’s fate—and will soon have to start paying again. → Read More

Supreme Court Rules Web Designer Can Deny Services To Same-Sex Couples

The ruling could make it easier for business owners to discriminate against LGBTQ customers and other groups. → Read More

Trump Wins Election In Rural Oregon—With Two Votes

It’s unlikely that Trump can actually take the job, given he doesn’t live or own property in the district. → Read More

Supreme Court Paves Way For More Religious Accommodations At Work With Postal Worker Ruling

The court threw out a judgment against a postal worker who wanted to take Sundays off. → Read More

Wildfire Smoke Returns: Air Pollution From Canada Fires Engulfs New York To Chicago

Forecasts suggest the air quality should start improving in areas like Chicago that have been dealing with the wildfire smoke now for days. → Read More

Supreme Court Refuses To Back Legal Theory That Could Have Upended Elections

The court struck down the controversial theory—which would have given state legislatures unfettered power to run elections—even after the ruling the case was based on was reversed in state court. → Read More

Supreme Court Overturns Stalker’s Conviction In First Amendment Case Over ‘True Threats’

Critics believe the ruling could make it harder for alleged stalkers to be prosecuted, though free speech groups like the ACLU say the decision also protects First Amendment rights. → Read More

FBI And Homeland Security Dismissed Threats In Lead-Up To January 6, Senate Report Finds

The FBI allegedly downplayed threats of violence ahead of January 6 and failed to act on the information it received, the Senate Homeland Security Committee said in a report. → Read More

Student Loan Forgiveness: Supreme Court Decision Could Come This Week—Here’s What To Know

The Supreme Court could rule as soon as Tuesday on student loan forgiveness. → Read More