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Four current and former Louisville, KY police officers involved in a fatal raid on the apartment of Breonna Taylor have been charged in her death by the Feds. According to the DOJ, their crimes including lying in order to secure the warrant that was used to search her home.

Was the new boss really that bad? An entire North Carolina police department handed in their resignations, citing a “hostile environment” after a new town manager was hired.

The latest hearing from the House Select committee investigating the events of January 6th and the insurrection revealed much more incriminating behavior committed by former President Donald Trump, as well as footage of Missouri Senator Josh Hawley running away from the mob that he showed support to earlier in the day with a fist pump.

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a dissenting opinion on Thursday that included a misleading claim that the fetuses of aborted children are in the COVID-19 vaccines in response to a vote upholding a vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in New York.

GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker is facing intense criticism after a report showed that he falsely claimed to have been working as a member of the Cobb County Police Department in Georgia. The former football star also falsely claimed that he was once an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Blake Masters, a Republican attorney running to represent Arizona in the U.S. Senate, has been caught on video allegedly assaulting a Democratic protestor wearing a "Black Lives Matter" t-shirt over the past weekend at a GOP rally.

After weeks of back-to-back mass shootings across the United States, President Joe Biden addressed the nation in an emotional evening speech on Thursday where he urged Congress to pass sensible gun reform laws. 

The Democratic challenger for the Senate in Kentucky, Charles Booker, released a campaign ad featuring him wearing a noose. In the ad, he directly challenges incumbent GOP Senator Rand Paul on his political stances, likening his terms in office to having a noose around one's neck.

Apparently, Elon Musk is under the impression that anyone cares or is surprised by the fact that he plans to start voting Republican—if he wasn’t already. 

In today’s episode of Y’all’s Ex-President Just Be Out Here Saying Sh**, Don’t He? Donald Trump, America’s former commander-in-lies-and-losses, is bigly mad New York Attorney General Letitia James because he’s a big, rust-colored septuagenarian baby. This time, Trumpty-Dumpty is throwing a tantrum because he lost a motion Tuesday seeking to get a New York court to […]

Shaun King has left Twitter, again. This time the controversial activist has seemingly departed in lieu of billionaire Elon Musk's purchase of the social media app—but it hasn't stopped him from getting slandered by all sectors of Twitter in his absence. 

New York Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin resigned from his position on Tuesday after pleading not guilty in a federal courtroom to charges of bribery and wire fraud among other offenses brought against him. He had surrendered to FBI agents earlier in the day who undertook the action based on their investigation into his affairs which began last November.