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NY AG Letitia James asks judge to void Trump's $175M bond in civil fraud case

New York Attorney General Letitia James is pushing the judge in former President Donald Trump’s civil fraud case to void the $175 million bond that Trump previously posted to appeal his New York civil lawsuit. In her 26-page filing obtained by Fox News Digital, James questions whether the insurance company has sufficient funds to back […]

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Chinese hackers preparing to ‘physically wreak havoc’ on US critical infrastructure: FBI director

Chinese hackers are developing the “ability to physically wreak havoc on our critical infrastructure at a time of its choosing,” FBI director Christopher Wray said this week. He added that the hackers are waiting “for just the right moment to deal a devastating blow.” The hacking campaign, known as Volt Typhoon, has embedded itself successfully

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Arkansas senators say Clinton airport exec. killed by ATF with no bodycam: 'Violation of its own policy'

Both U.S. senators from Arkansas are pushing for answers from the Justice Department about a federal law enforcement search warrant execution last month that ended with an airport executive shot dead. Sens. Tom Cotton and John Boozman are seeking answers in the death of Bryan Malinowski, the executive director of the Bill and Hillary Clinton

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Prosecutor won't bring charges against Wisconsin lawmaker over fundraising scheme

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin prosecutor said Friday that she won’t bring charges against a Republican lawmaker accused of trying to evade state campaign finance laws in order to unseat the powerful speaker of the Assembly. Waukesha County District Attorney Susan Opper said she would not be filing felony charges against Rep. Janel Brandtjen

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White House defends Biden's claim his uncle was eaten by cannibals: 'We should not make jokes'

During his visit to a war memorial near his hometown in Pennsylvania, President Biden appeared to imply his uncle was eaten by cannibals after his plane was shot down during World War II. “He flew single-engine planes, reconnaissance flights over New Guinea. He had volunteered because someone couldn’t make it. He got shot down in

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Swift breaks Spotify records for most-streamed album, artist in a single day

It’s probably not a surprise, but Taylor Swift’s new double album is already breaking records. Spotify announced on social media early Friday evening that “The Tortured Poets Department” released overnight had since become the most-streamed album in a single day, and Swift became the most-streamed artist in a single day in the streaming service’s history.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton can be disciplined for suit to overturn 2020 election, court says

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas appeals court has ruled that Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton can face discipline from the state bar association over his failed effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election. A disciplinary committee of the State Bar of Texas accused Paxton in 2022 of making false claims of fraud in a

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Anti-Catholic FBI memo's origin revealed as bureau absolved of 'malicious intent'

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been exonerated by a Department of Justice review that found investigators did not intend to target traditional Catholics as potential “racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists.” The Justice Department Inspector General review noted, however, that analysts “incorrectly conflated” an investigative subject’s religious views with his alleged domestic terrorism activities. 

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Swiftie couple recreates Taylor Swift album covers

Two married Swifties embarked on a mission to recreate all of Taylor Swift‘s album covers after the singer announced her new record “The Tortured Poets Department” at the Grammys in February. Charlie Bird — the “major Swiftie” of the two, according to husband Ryan Clifford — had the idea after Swift made the surprise announcement

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P&G Lifts Annual Profit Forecast on Strong Us Consumer Demand, Easing Costs

Procter & Gamble raised its annual profit forecast on lower commodity costs and as consumers, particularly in the United States and Europe, kept buying its pricey Tide detergent and Dawn dish soap. Even though P&G’s third-quarter net sales fell short of analysts’ expectations, the company has been able to boost its bottom line, building on

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