[A] 47-year-old from Sonoma County, who appeared to have a passion for guns according to Facebook posts where he dissed prominent Democrats, was also a loving husband and father who paid his bills on time, according to his family and friends. read more
Sike! It's the one backed by Stacey Abrams and was filed in 2018: The plaintiffs allege violations of the U.S. Constitution and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Under the "Exact match" policy, information from voter registration applications is checked against information held by the state Department of Driver Services. Lawrence-Hardy also alleged that the statewide voter registration database is full of errors, and state efforts to clean the voter rolls of ineligible voters too often result in the erroneous deletion of eligible voters' registration or critical information being incorrect. Election officials will testify about ongoing measures to ensure the integrity of the state's voting system and improve the voter experience, he said.
A new twist has emerged in the Hunter Biden laptop saga as John Paul Mac Issac, the owner of the repair shop where Hunter Biden "forgot" his laptop, has admitted he knew of "multiple attempts" to insert "questionable material" as coming from the hard drive. The Trump-supporting repair shop owner has become an unlikely key figure in this saga that has come with allegations of disinformation and media/big tech censorship during the 2020 general election and for well over a year later.
Supreme Court of United States press release: Justice Clarence Thomas was admitted to Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., on Friday evening after experiencing flu-like symptoms. He underwent tests, was diagnosed with an infection, and is being treated with intravenous antibiotics. His symptoms are abating, he is resting comfortably, and he expects to be released from the hospital in a day or two. Justice Thomas will participate in the consideration and discussion of any cases for which he is not present on the basis of the briefs, transcripts, and audio of the oral arguments. read more
Russian nuclear submarines sail off for drills in the Barents Sea and mobile missile launchers roam the taiga following Russian President Vladimir Putin's order to put the nation's nuclear forces on high alert amid soaring tensions with the West over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. Russia's Northern Fleet says several of its nuclear submarines are involved in exercises to "train maneuvering in stormy conditions." It says several warships tasked with the protection of the area near the Russian naval bases on the Arctic Kola Peninsula will also join the maneuvers.