New York Times mocked for echoing Iranian talking point: ‘Carrying water for Iran’
The New York Times was accused of “carrying water for Iran” over the weekend for echoing the nation’s talking point that its “nuclear ambitions are for peaceful purposes” after the leader of Tehran’s military nuclear program was killed in a shooting.
Rep.-elect Carlos Gimenez, former Miami-Dade mayor, condemns other mayors that 'allowed mob rule'
Republican Carlos Gimenez, who toppled a Democratic incumbent in November to win a South Florida congressional seat, brings to Washington nearly three decades of leadership in local governance, tackling budget cutbacks, public safety and most recently the coronavirus pandemic.
Kamala Harris slammed for tweet sucking up to small businesses after bailing out rioters
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was widely slammed on Twitter this weekend for committing to helping small businesses affected by the pandemic despite having openly supported protesters at the height of social unrest over the summer.
Biden WH communications team raises questions over revolving door with liberal networks
The Biden-Harris transition team on Sunday announced the members of its communications team, three of whom worked for CNN and MSNBC, raising questions about the incoming administration’s close ties with the liberal news networks.
Biden still ahead as Wisconsin completes recount; certification deadline looms
Wisconsin completed a partial recount Sunday, which added to President-elect Joe Biden's lead in the 2020 presidential election by an additional 87 votes ahead of Tuesday, when the state is set to certify results.
Pennsylvania Republicans to ask Supreme Court to review case after dismissal: candidate
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has tossed out an election lawsuit to delegitimize mail-in ballots, but Republican congressional candidate Sean Parnell said his team will on Sunday ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case, which questions the constitutionality of Pennsylvania's Act 77.
Iran plans ‘calculated’ response after nuclear scientist killed as newspaper calls for revenge on Israeli city
Iran is plotting a “calculated and decisive” response to the recent killing of its top nuclear scientist, according to a top adviser to the country’s supreme leader, as the nation’s hardline newspaper published a piece calling for an attack with “heavy human casualties” against the Israeli city of Haifa.
Trump slams judges' election decisions: 'What kind of a court system is this?'
President Trump blasted judges' rejections of his legal challenges to 2020 election results and said he couldn't be certain any of his cases would make it to the Supreme Court in his first interview since Election Day on Sunday.
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