The bombing of a Gaza hospital on Tuesday has illustrated how quickly misinformation has been weaponized in the Israel-Hamas conflict.
The House held a second vote for Speaker on Tuesday afternoon, mirroring the first vote on Monday. The second, like the first, failed to reach enough votes for any one nominee to take the post.
t all happened rather quickly on Tuesday — a matter of minutes, not hours. There was an explosion at a hospital in Gaza, the Hamas-run health ministry immediately (and incredibly) claimed that some 500 people were killed and that the blast was caused by an Israeli missile, and every major media outlet took Hamas officials at their word and ran with that headline despite any corroborating evidence.
The legality of corporate diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives could come down to the difference between “race-conscious” and “race-based” decision-making, according to federal employment law enforcers.
President Biden arrived in Israel on Wednesday, where he held a brief press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is calling on House Republicans to “come together” and stop attacking each other as some conference members express their displeasure with the Ohio Republican’s pressure campaign to be elected House speaker.
The man who was recorded tearing down posters of Israeli hostages kidnapped by Hamas has been identified as University of Pennsylvania library assistant Matthew Carson Wranovics.
Soros-backed Orleans Parish District Attorney Jason Williams and his elderly mother fell victim to a carjacking on Monday evening in New Orleans, when two perpetrators reportedly wielded high-powered automatic rifles during the incident, Fox 8 reports.
After Hamas’ violent attacks on Israel last week, Rep. Ilhan Omar finally found someone she can condemn as a “terrorist”: Ohio Republican Jim Jordan.