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    For the third time this month, the Jan. 6 committee meets to unveil evidence that its investigators argue exposes the tender underbelly of a plot by former President Donald Trump to overturn the results of the 2020 election. On Thursday, June 16, the select committee will focus on how this scheme specifically targeted former Vice President Mike Pence and how longtime conservative attorney John Eastman helped the 45th president advance this agenda by promoting unconstitutional legal theories as the nation barreled toward a deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol that left multiple people dead and hundreds injured. Check out this reporter’s preview for today’s hearing at the related link below. And for coverage of the first two hearings, check below the link to today’s livestream. RELATED STORY: Jan. 6 committee puts Pence pressure campaign in focus for upcoming hearing Today’s hearing starts at 1 PM ET. Two additional hearings are still on the schedule: June 21 and June 23. Both should air at 1 PM ET. As of Thursday morning, the committee had not yet announced if/when it would add a sixth hearing to...
    The Jan. 6 committee hearings continued today with more evidence that Donald Trump's closest inner circle absolutely knew the anti-election hoaxes Trump was offering up weren't true—and with new evidence that Trump was siphoning off the cash he was collecting from supporters who believe his lies. The Senate's most comprehensive "gun reform" package in a very long time is getting some dim reviews for not actually reforming the "gun" part of the problem. And it's only been a few weeks since Uvalde, Texas, became the hometown for the newest of America's many, many school shootings, but already signs are appearing to suggest that Texas law enforcement officials are more invested in burying evidence than in answering the families’ questions. In Idaho, the weekend arrest of 31 far-right extremists targeting an LGBT pride festival likely foiled a new mass casualty event. Fascists (and Republicans) had been targeting the event for weeks, and those arrested were in possession of a document outlining their plans for how their planned riot would unfold. Yes, they brought notes about their own criminal conspiracy. Of course they did....
    The Jan. 6 committee launches its public hearings tonight. For the first hearing—a total of six are currently slated—the panel is expected to present its findings to the American public about former President Donald Trump’s role in a scheme to overturn the 2020 election and more specifically, how extremist elements were involved in efforts to stop the peaceful transfer of power. Watch live here. x x YouTube Video Daily Kos relies on readers like you. We don't have billionaire backers like some right-wing media outlets. Half our revenue comes from readers like you, meaning we literally couldn't do this work without you. Can you donate $3 right now to help Daily Kos keep fighting?
    GOLDEN Globe-winning actor and star of The Right Stuff Fred Ward has passed away at 79. Ward died on May 8 from an unknown cause, his publicist Ron Hofmann confirmed to the New York Post on Friday. 1Actor Fred Ward passed away on SundayCredit: REUTERS “I am sad to announce the passing of acclaimed actor Fred Ward, who passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2022 at age 79,” the statement read, per the Post. “The Golden Globe winner, actor and producer, is best known for ‘The Right Stuff,’ ‘Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins,’ ‘Tremors,’ ‘Miami Blues,’ ‘Henry & June,’ ‘The Player,’ and ‘Short Cuts.'” More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    There's plenty of room there for more. The Supreme Court, comprising nine unelected people who have reached the most vaunted of public offices in the United States and are there for life, is more or less immune to public opinion. They are untouchable in practice—sure they theoretically could be impeached, but that’s pretty darned unlikely to happen. That could, however, change. One thing that could change it is the fact that when an extremist majority takes over and starts acting with impunity, the public increasingly distrusts them. When the court acts without even bothering to go about the regular business of hearing and arguing controversial cases before handing down their edicts, they become even more suspect in the public eye. When they start imperiously handing down highly controversial decisions that are far out of the mainstream of public opinion, they could be putting their own pleasant and long-standing careers in jeopardy. That’s going to depend in large part on whether Democrats mean all the things they’ve said about the Supreme Court and the extreme majority’s intent to gut abortion rights....
    Tom Brady's retirement from the NFL has immediately cast doubt on the future of Hall of Fame tight-end Rob Gronkowski and wide receiver Antonio Brown.   Brady announced Tuesday he is walking away with seven Super Bowl rings and earnings of $292million in salary but it is two relationships with his favorite on-field targets that have analysts talking up a domino effect.  In Rob Gronkowski - Brady's most loyal of sidekicks - is a tight-end who only knows the NFL life with Brady by his side.  Study together, eat together, diet together, holiday together, shoot adverts together, everything. With Brady walking away, questions are swirling on whether Gronkowski will be next to call it a day. Then there is the curious case of wideout Brown who many teams don't want to get anywhere near. He's trouble, a lot of coaches believe, but Brady has always been one of Brown's fiercest defenders and is the reason why he even ended up with the Bucs in Tampa. So, Gronkowski is losing his trusted sidekick and Brown is now without his last remaining NFL lifeline. ...
    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. (CBS4) – The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is tracking Santa’s journey around the world on Christmas Eve. (credit: NORAD) Early Friday morning, we checked in with the volunteers in Colorado Springs. Volunteers have been doing this every year since 1955. On Dec. 1, children and  can track Santa with a mobile friendly website, on social media and on a “Santa Cam.” LINK: NORAD Tracks Santa On Dec. 24, children can call or text 1-877-HiNORAD for Santa’s up-to-date location. This beloved holiday tradition started as an accident 66 years ago – when a local ad directed children to call Santa, but the number was misdialed. “Instead of reaching Santa, the phone rang through to the crew commander on duty at the Continental Air Defense Command Operations Center, the predecessor to NORAD,” the agency said in a news release.  
    On Wednesday, December 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization — which is examining the constitutionality of a highly restrictive Mississippi abortion law. Legal expert Laurence Tribe analyzed those arguments during a Wednesday-night appearance on Lawrence O’Donnell’s MSNBC show, saying that the High Court appears likely to uphold the Mississippi law and overturn or severely scale back Roe v. Wade. And Tribe warned that if Roe goes down, other civil liberties are sure to follow. O’Donnell noted that in Dobbs, the Supreme Court is “hearing an argument…. about taking a right away from people” — to which Tribe responded, “You’re right, Lawrence. If the Supreme Court does what I think it is absolutely certain now that it will do — and that is, whether it calls it overruling Roe v. Wade or not — getting rid of the fundamental right to abortion until viability. When it does that, it will be the first time in our nation’s history that we have turned things backwards in terms of rights.”...
    THE United States tested a hypersonic weapon system with strike capability after China reportedly flew a terrifying nuke right around the Earth. The news comes after the US Navy Strategic Systems Programs conducted their first hypersonic weapon system test in August in Promontory, Utah. 1The US tested its hypersonic weapon system with strike capabilityCredit: US Navy According to Aviation Week, the First Stage Solid Rocket Motor will power the Navy’s Conventional Prompt Strike offensive hypersonic strike and the Army’s Long Range Hypersonic Weapon. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. We pay for your stories!Do you have a story for The US Sun team? Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS
    Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace has been vocal in his belief that President Joe Biden did not follow the science — as he pledged he would — by coming out with a plan for Covid vaccine booster shots ahead of regulators like the FDA. But a top U.S. health official does not agree. On this Sunday’s edition of his weekly program, Wallace debated NIH director Francis Collins about the Biden booster plan in the wake of the FDA’s overwhelming vote against it. Despite that resounding rejection, Collins argued there is not as much daylight as is being portrayed between Biden’s current position on boosters, and that of the FDA advisory panel which voted down his plan 16-2. “They did encourage, and vote for, the administration of boosters to people over 65, and those at high risk of exposure,” Collins said. “Those are the people who would be most likely to reach that eight-month period [since their initial vaccination] — because that’s how we prioritized initial immunizations back in January. So I don’t think there’s huge differences here.” Still, to...
    Many foreign leaders were delighted when now-President Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the United States' 2020 election, including some right-wing conservatives. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a member of the Conservative Party, was quick to congratulate Biden and stressed that he looked forward to working with him. But far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who is running for reelection, was disappointed by Trump's loss — and according to the Daily Beast, he is hoping that Trump will visit Brazil and speak at one of his rallies. In an article published by the Beast this week, reporters Asawin Suebsaeng, Will Sommer and Adam Rawnsley explain, "This summer, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, Trump told confidants that he's open to publicly endorsing Bolsonaro's reelection, potentially at a mega-rally in Brazil where he and Bolsonaro could appear together side-by-side, to rail against what they each deem undesired election outcomes. Bolsonaro, who is widely expected to decisively fail in his reelection bid next year, has been preemptively spreading groundless claims of election 'fraud' — a strategy jarringly reminiscent of Trump's...
                        Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Grassroots Engagement Director of Americans for Prosperity-Tennessee Grant Henry and Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles in studio to weigh in after Senator Bill Hagerty’s concerns with the abrupt Afghanistan retreat leaving behind thousands of Americans. Leahy: I want to get a reaction to that interview that we just had with Senator Bill Hagerty from our guests in studio, Grant Henry, the Grassroots Director for Americans for Prosperity of Tennessee, and Andy Ogles, mayor of Maury County. Grant, what’s your reaction to that interview with Bill Hagerty? Henry: I was just stunned by the sheer volume of individuals that are still left involved in this thing. And obviously, you heard Senator Hagerty talk about over the past 20 years, our frontline military has performed magnificently year after year. They were courageous and effective. They deserve our...
    TikTok dethrons Facebook and becomes the most downloaded social media app in the world. The applications that we use the most and for the longest time throughout the day are social networks and messaging apps. Within the first category, the most popular are TikTok, Facebook and Instagram and within the second, WhatsApp, Telegram and Facebook Messenger. Until now the most downloaded application worldwide was Facebook, but a recent report by Nikkei Asia based on a study carried out by application analysts App Annie, reveals that Mark Zuckerberg’s company has lost the first position of this list in favor of TikTok. Next, we are going to reveal what they are the 10 most downloaded apps worldwide right now. Social networks dominate the list of the world’s most downloaded apps The list of the most downloaded applications worldwide prepared by App Annie is dominated by TikTok, the short video social platform, which has overtaken Facebook for the first time in its history. Indeed, Facebook had occupied the first port on this list until this year and currently has more than a...
    SIMON Wilson believes the rebuilding job at Stockport is similar to the one that made Manchester City multiple Premier League champions. He should know, he was there – and there can be no excuses. 5 Simon Wilson believes there are similarities between building Stockport County and Manchester City County stand two wins from a return to the Football League after 10-year absence, which saw the one-time second tier side play in the sixth. If form was a gauge, Simon Rusk’s men should have no problem as they are on an 18-game unbeaten run. But just like eight miles down the road at the home of the champions, there is much more that goes into it than meets the eye. County will probably never spend millions of pounds on players, attract a manager like Pep Guardiola nor develop Phil Foden, who grew up in the shadow of Edgeley Park. However, director of football Wilson is helping put in place a similar ethic that City’s success is built on after being there at the Abu Dhabi takeover in 2008. 5 Stockport have...
    Courteney Cox Channels Hometown Roots with Sushi-Inspired Recipe for Alabama Roll – Watch A fourth stimulus check can still happen — here’s how For years, female professional athletes were fed the narrative that no one wanted to watch women’s sports. In reality, too many media companies and brands looked past the value of women’s sports. The 2021 NWSL and WNBA seasons have the potential to shift the mentality around women’s leagues for good – and the data proves it. NWSL’s season commenced on May 15, capitalizing off a successful opening Challenge Cup weekend where the finale was the fourth-highest watched program of the weekend. On May 18, the WNBA opened its 25th season on ABC up 25% in viewers from 2020. Viewership declined in nearly every major men’s sport this year, from the NBA Finals to the Super Bowl. Amid these drops, the NWSL and WNBA scored notable increases due to greater social media exposure and broadcast deals. The NWSL inked new partnerships with CBS and Twitch in 2020 and saw TV ratings up 493% including seven of its...
    If you want to achieve healthy fat loss, you need to focus on drinking water in the morning, moving your body in fresh air and avoiding food until you're hungry, a dietitian has claimed. Leanne Ward, from Brisbane, said reaching your goals means 'being consistent', and being consistent means setting 'easy habits' that you can achieve day in and day out.  Leanne recommends finding 30 minutes each morning - either by getting up earlier or setting aside the time - to do a few things, as doing this will help you 'mentally and physically thrive'. Scroll down for video Leanne Ward (pictured), from Brisbane, said reaching your goals means 'being consistent' and being consistent means setting 'easy habits' that you can achieve day in and day out RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Home and Away actress Ada Nicodemou reveals the $28 secret... REVEALED: The top five bestselling beauty buys in Australia... Marketing manager, 24, with a net worth of $420k shares the... Is this the most incredible bedroom in Australia? Serene......
    Fox News host Greg Gutfeld mocked Dr. Anthony Fauci during Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Five,” referring to him as “a flip-flop.” Gutfeld shared several clips of Fauci giving a series of conflicting recommendations, arguing that Fauci had changed his story more times than “a suspect on Columbo.” (RELATED: ‘I’m Over Dr. Fauci’: Meghan McCain Says Biden Admin Should ‘Put Someone Else In Place That Maybe Does Understand Science’) WATCH: “If you know one thing about me is that I follow the science, wherever the science goes, I am there,” Gutfeld began. “If it heads to the bar I will follow it and buy it a shot. If it says, ‘Room 110 and bring the whip,’ I’ll be there in a mask. But if you follow the science and think it’s always Dr. Fauci you will be chasing your tail like a beagle with OCD. The man changes his story more often than a suspect on ‘Columbo.'” Gutfeld aired a clip of Fauci’s recommendations changing over time, going from telling people there was no need for masks to suggesting...
    (CNN)The Supreme Court has increasingly exempted religious believers from government regulations, and it is clear by their statements that individual justices on the right think religion is under siege in America. Earlier this month, the justices spared churches from California's Covid-19 restrictions on large indoor gatherings. In late November, the justices ruled for New York churches and synagogues challenging coronavirus occupancy limits. "When a State so obviously targets religion for differential treatment, our job becomes that much clearer," wrote Justice Neil Gorsuch in a statement in the latest California church case. Joined by Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, the statement reinforced conservatives' warnings in recent months of religious liberty under attack. At the Supreme Court, a counteroffensive of sorts has been underway, most recently in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, building on a series of religion cases last year. Trump transformed the Supreme Court that mostly helped advance his agendaCritics of the broader trend have pointed out potential harm to non-adherents and other third parties, whether by easing pandemic rules, lifting anti-discrimination laws or forcing states to use...
    Eighties supermodel Carol Alt - who was on the cover of Vogue and Harper's Bazaar regularly for over a decade and also made the front of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue - turned 60-years-old on Tuesday. And the brunette bombshell talked to DailyMail.com exclusively about how she has maintained her incredible looks over the decades. 'It's all about what you eat!' said the Private Parts actress. 'I stay away from chemicals and GMOs and feed my brain good fats.' She also makes sure she does at least a one minute workout every day. She sure knows how to look fabulous: Carol Alt has talked to DailyMail.com exclusively on her 60th birthday about staying young looking; here she is seen on the left in 2019 and on the right in 1988 as a model Alt is known for sticking with a raw diet as she has authored several cook books on the subject. The beauty also said that bread and processed foods cause damage because the body does not know what to do with them. RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
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    Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and part of the 2000 Bush campaign’s legal team in Bush v. Gore, dismissed calls from the media and others for President Donald Trump and his allies to concede the election outcome to former Vice President Joe Biden. During an appearance on FNC’s “Hannity,” Cruz said the process should play out as the system allows for it. “Well, look, the fundamental question is, are we going to follow the law?” he said. “You noticed the news media on Election Day when you and I probably went to bed on Election Day seeing the same results, we saw that President Trump had won Florida, we won Ohio, we were leading in North Carolina, in Michigan and Pennsylvania, in Wisconsin, it looked like a very good night. And all the news media was saying at the time, well, hold on, hold on, we don’t know who won, we don’t know who won. And then as the numbers shifted to Joe Biden, suddenly, the instant they shifted to Joe Biden, the entire...
              Live from Music Row Thursday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – hosts Leahy and Doug Kellett dissect the money flow from the Chinese Communist Party to the Hudson West LLC’s, Awasco PC and Hunter Biden. (President Trump clip plays) In that hour-long interview, the Biden family business partner revealed the depth and extent of Biden’s corruption. And you know, if you walk out and your vice president and your son walks out with hundreds of millions of dollars and he’s got no real capability, I would say that’s corrupt. Leahy: Yep, there’s Donald Trump making a very good point Doug. Kellett: He said tell me the interview that oh, shoot. Who was it, Tucker Carlson? Leahy: How could you forget Tucker Carlson? Kellett: I can’t pronounce that guy’s name. Leahy: Tony Bobulinski. Kellett: I know he played a few more clips last night. Leahy: Yeah, I watched it on TV last night and it...
    Michigan reaches $600M deal in Flint water crisis, attorney says Burger King prints customers orders on face masks so diners can avoid mask mumbling Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods first round at the Northern Trust shot by shot Tiger Woods’ quest to make golf history once again begins this week at TPC Boston. © Provided by Golfweek The 15-time major champion is teeing it up Thursday morning in the first round of the Northern Trust, the first of three events in the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Last year Rory McIlroy joined Woods to become just the second two-time winner of the PGA Tour’s season-ending playoff event. Woods won the inaugural FedEx Cup title in 2007 and again in 2009. The 82-time winner on Tour will play alongside Dylan Frittelli and Matthew Fitzpatrick for the first two rounds this week, starting Thursday morning at 8:37 a.m. ET off the 10th tee. Follow along for shot-by-shot updates from his round. Hole 10 – Par 4 And we’re off! This one from Tiger starts off right down the middle but fades a bit to...
    City finds innovative solution to funding reparations: Marijuana Get free ice cream, National Ice Cream Day deals at Baskin-Robbins, Cold Stone Creamery, Dairy Queen and more Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods final round at the Memorial shot-by-shot It’s been five months since Tiger Woods teed it up on the PGA Tour, but the 15-time major champion is back in action this week at the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. © Provided by Golfweek Woods opened with an up-and-down 1-under 71 on Thursday but fell apart Friday with a 4-over 76. He made the weekend cut on the 3 over line and got back under par on Saturday with another 1 under effort. Tiger has now made the cut in all of his 18 appearances at Jack Nicklaus’ signature track. The 82-time winner on Tour tees off at 11:25 a.m. ET alongside Marc Leishman. Follow along for shot-by-shot updates from the final round. Memorial: Leaderboard | Tee times | How to watch | Gallery Hole 3 – Par 4 This iron thing is fun, it keeps going to safe places! Not quite a stinger...
    85 infants tested positive for virus in one Texas county These business owners got a PPP loan. It may not be enough Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods Saturday round shot-by-shot at the Memorial It’s been five months since Tiger Woods teed it up on the PGA Tour, but the 15-time major champion is back in action this week at the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. © Provided by Golfweek Woods opened with an up-and-down 1-under 71 on Thursday and fell apart on Friday with a 4-over 76. He walked off the course one shot outside the then-projected cut, but the line moved, giving Woods a spot in the weekend and continuing his streak of 18 made cuts at Jack Nicklaus’ track. The 82-time winner on Tour tees off at 8 a.m. ET alongside Brooks Koepka. Follow along for shot-by-shot updates on Moving Day. Memorial: Leaderboard | Tee times | How to watch | Gallery Hole 8 – Par 3 Par 3s haven’t been great this week, but TW finds the green just barely here, holding on to the left edge right around pin...
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