Both Elon Musk and cartoonist Scott Adams expressed shock at the requirement
Washington state Republican Chair Jim Walsh has called having voters write their party affiliation on the outside of their mail-in ballot a "questionable design decision" as some Washingtonians have raised concerns.
The man prosecuting Richard Allen, who is accused of killing two Delphi, Indiana, teenagers back in 2017, has said that the deleted interviews of two men after the killings are not “useful evidence” to the defense.
Google said an investigation is underway into "obviously vile" message on walls of Google offices
As Google faces backlash over discrimination by its artificial intelligence product, internal company emails obtained by The Daily Wire reveal the company has grappled with several incidents of anti-Semitism in in recent months, including the words “kill all jews” found written on a bathroom wall inside its offices and a Jewish employee being assaulted by anti-Israel protesters on one of their campuses.
Former President Donald Trump called on the Alabama legislature to preserve access to in vitro fertilization (IVF) on Friday after the state’s Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that frozen embryos are children.
President Joe Biden’s fresh round of sanctions against Russia in retaliation for Alexei Navalny’s death appear to be more symbolic than consequential.
The Treasury Department announced more than 500 new sanctions largely against Russia’s financial and military sectors on Friday. The round of sanctions are the most at one time since Russia invaded Ukraine two years ago.
In his 2024 State of the State address, Illinois Democrat governor JB Pritzger, who attacked Texas GOP governor Greg Abbott for sending illegal immigrants to blue states, declared that Illinois did not “ask for this manufactured crisis” of the huge influx of illegal immigrants.
A subsidiary of one of the largest health insurance agencies in the U.S. was hit by a cyberattack earlier this week from what it believes is a foreign “nation-state” actor, crippling many pharmacies’ ability to process prescriptions across the country.