Harris hitting campaign trail with McAuliffe amid tight race for Virginia governor
Vice President Kamala Harris this week will become the latest high profile Democrat to campaign with former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who holds a razor thin lead over Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin with 15 days to go until Election Day.
Gaetz ally Joel Greenberg is giving investigators new information, prosecutors say
Joel Greenberg, the former Florida official whose crimes in the state ensnared Rep. Matt Gaetz in a federal sex trafficking investigation, has been providing the Justice Department with new information as he continues to cooperate with authorities following a guilty plea earlier this year.
Trump sues to keep White House records secret, claiming executive privilege
Former President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit in DC District Court against the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection and the National Archives in an effort to keep records from his presidency secret by claiming executive privilege.
January 6 committee rejects Bannon's executive privilege claim in new letter
The House committee investigating January 6 sent a letter to Stephen Bannon on Friday rejecting his argument for failing to comply with the panel's subpoena and dismissing his claim of executive privilege, particularly as it relates to his communications with individuals other than former President Donald Trump, according to a copy obtained by CNN.
Head of Canadian military intelligence school relieved of command after misconduct investigation
News/Politics: The former commandant of the Canadian Forces School of Military Intelligence is continuing to serve in the military after being relieved of his command following an investigation into allegations of inappropriate conduct.
New DHS intelligence effort aims to better monitor and prepare for migrant surges
The Department of Homeland Security is setting up a new intelligence gathering and law enforcement unit to monitor the movement of migrants journeying to the US southern border after being caught by surprise last month when thousands of people arrived in Del Rio, Texas.
Psaki brushes off video of Biden violating DC mask mandate: Don't 'overly focus on moments in time'
White House press secretary Jen Psaki brushed off a question Monday about President Biden being filmed without a mask inside a Washington, D.C., restaurant, saying people should pay attention to the president’s policies and "not overly focus on moments in time."
Manitoba senator quits Independent Senators Group ahead of expulsion hearing
News/Politics: Manitoba Sen. Marilou McPhedran resigned today from the Independent Senators Group just ahead of a private hearing to decide if she would be expelled from the largest bloc in the upper chamber.
White House mum on reports of China testing nuclear missile, says admin welcomes 'stiff competition'
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday would not comment on reports that China tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile, but instead, said the United States welcomes “stiff competition,” while maintaining that the Biden administration does “not want that competition to veer into conflict.”
Trudeau visits B.C. First Nation after skipping invite on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
News/Politics: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit the Tk'emlúps te Secwe̓pemc Nation today — a little more than two weeks after failing to respond to an invitation to join the community for the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation.