Drudge Retort: The Other Side of the News


Friday, May 20, 2022

Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, contacted by the select committee investigating the attack, said no member of the group "has been investigated or charged in connection to January 6th." read more

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Ford Motor Co. has asked the owners of 350,000 vehicles to take them into dealerships to be repaired under a three-pronged recall announcement. read more

Associated Press: "A celebrated Ukrainian medic recorded her time in Mariupol on a data card no bigger than a thumbnail, smuggled out to the world in a tampon. Now she is in Russian hands, at a time when Mariupol itself is on the verge of falling." read more

Trump-appointed judge orders sanctions against Mike Lindell for 'frivolous' election lawsuit: report read more

Donald Trump's work relationship with Vladimir Putin may not have been as great as originally believed, because former presidential advisor Fiona Hill recently revealed the Russian leader was constantly "frustrated" with the former President over his lack of knowledge, Radar has learned. read more

Russian President Vladimir Putin has lost faith in his top general and has fired other senior commanders for their high-profile and embarrassing failures on the battlefield in Ukraine, British intelligence believes. read more

A group of lawyers want the State Bar of Texas to investigate Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz for his "leading" role in attempting to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. read more

Even as major companies embrace the idea of unlimited leave to woo talent, one U.K. firm is ditching the practice after finding that the policy actually caused more employee burnout, as staff felt too anxious to dictate their own schedules. read more

Erie County began an investigation after a supermarket worker said the dispatcher hung up on her when she called during the attack. read more

Mark Joseph Stern: It's suddenly far easier to access abortion in many parts of the country. read more

Florida is facing a property insurance crisis so dire that Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has ordered state lawmakers back into a special session next week to fix it. That's because the Republican-run legislature squandered weeks of the regular session trying to control what teachers and corporations can say and do instead of addressing a mess that alarms millions of Floridians: a meltdown in the home insurance market. read more

When Pennsylvania's GOP Senate contest is finally decided, it will come down to a thing Republicans love to hate when it's convenient -- mail-in voting. But in this case, the mail-in ballots still being counted will prove to be decisive for either Mehmet Oz, the Donald Trump-backed TV doctor, or David McCormick, the former hedge fund executive. read more

The average American has their personal information shared in an online ad bidding war 747 times a day. For the average EU citizen, that number is 376 times a day. In one year, 178 trillion instances of the same bidding war happen online in the US and EU. read more

Bess Levin: Like a crazy old man who spends his days shouting at an empty blender and thinks the government is performing mind control on people through their microwaves, Donald Trump apparently believes that the reason his newly formed social media company, Truth Social, is not a runaway success is because Google has internally decided to sabotage him. read more

With parents struggling to navigate the baby formula shortage, breast milk donation banks are seeing a sharp increase in demand -- but also a jump in donations. read more


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