Biden expected to halt new oil and gas leases on federal lands and take other climate-related action
President Joe Biden is expected to sign several executive actions related to climate on Wednesday, including issuing a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on federal lands, according to a person familiar with his plans.
Oregon state lawmaker 'likely' created 'hostile' work environment for former romantic partners: investigation
An Oregon state lawmaker "likely" tried to pressure former romantic partners -- over whom he had professional sway -- to become involved with him again, a nine-month-long independent investigation found, according to reports.
Federal, provincial officials to discuss ways to counter anti-Indigenous racism in health care
News/Politics: Federal ministers are convening virtual meetings with provincial and territorial health counterparts, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation representatives and medical experts over the next two days to figure out how to address anti-Indigenous racism in Canada's health care systems.
For Trudeau, there's no political reason to fight for Keystone XL
News/Politics: Polls suggest Canadians want this country's relationship with the U.S. to work — and the voters who most want the prime minister to go to bat for Keystone XL are among those least likely to vote for him.
Years after he was freed, a French court decides today whether Hassan Diab goes on trial in terrorism case
News/Politics: France's court of appeal will decide today whether Canadian academic Hassan Diab goes on trial in connection with a 40-year-old bombing attack outside a Paris synagogue — three years after a lower court set him free due to a lack of evidence.
Dr. Scott Atlas fires back at Birx over 'bizarre' claim he gave Trump 'parallel data streams' on COVID
Former White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas joined "The Ingraham Angle" Tuesday to respond to former White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx's claim that he provided former President Trump with "parallel data streams" about the pandemic.
Rand Paul calls Trump impeachment trial ‘dead on arrival’ after 45 GOP senators vote against it
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul declared former President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial "dead on arrival" on Tuesday after 45 Senate Republicans voted against holding the proceeding, viewing it as unconstitutional.
Cruz: Second Trump impeachment was 'exercise in political rage' by Democrats: 'It was their id speaking'
Congressional Democrats' push to convicted former President Donald Trump of impeachable offenses is "driven by the partisan rage and the partisan anger that the Democrats feel," Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told "Hannity" Tuesday.
Graham warns Dems will ‘blow up’ Senate by moving forward with impeachment trial, calling witnesses
With Democrats preparing for the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., warned his colleagues that moving forward will only cause more damage to the nation.
Gabbard doubles down on slam of Schiff, Brennan as greater dangers to America than Capitol rioters
Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, made headlines on Tuesday for asserting in a social media video that Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and former CIA Director John Brennan should be considered "domestic enemies" of the U.S., deeming them a greater danger to the country than the rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6.
At UN, Palestinians urge Biden to reverse Trump's 'unlawful and hostile measures'
The Palestinian foreign minister on Tuesday urged the Biden administration to reverse what it described as the prior administration’s “unlawful and hostile measures” in the region -- just as the U.S. promised to renew relations with the Palestinians.