As part of the insanity plea, Hannah Roemhild is required to take medication confirmed by blood tests and attend therapy on a regular basis.
A contentious exchange between the Texas Republican representative and a young woman has quickly gone viral.
Ballard Partners will provide Guatemala with "strategic consulting and advocacy services" for its interactions with the U.S. government and officials.
The viral image is cheekily alluding to the card providers' old rivalry in the context of the unvaccinated tennis star's deportation from Australia.
Podcast producer Andrea Asuaje, whose "Jeopardy!" game against Amy Schneider aired in November, has addressed the "vile comments" on social media.
While it isn't exactly a scientifically proven theory, many believe that mercury in retrograde wreaks havoc on our personal lives, and there are plenty of memes out there to prove it.
Amid reports of hostility between Trump and DeSanits, a spokesperson for the Republican governor told Newsweek such talk is a "fabricated media narrative."
The former president has announced an application for 2,300 units of luxury housing, retail, and commercial space to be built at Trump National Doral.
The trailer for Disney+ series "Moon Knight" is here—but Oscar Isaac's accent is proving to be a little distracting.
"He wanted equal rights for all, but you won't agree to a cut out of the filibuster by the majority to pass VOTING RIGHTS legislation!" wrote one Twitter user.
Fox News host and former Trump supporter Laura Ingraham isn't ready to back him in another bid for the White House, she told a Virginia magazine.
Clifford Meteer likened Ashli Babbitt's death on January 6 to a "murder" in the Capitol and said it was a patriot's duty to "rattle the cage."
"No cat here. Can verify there's no cat here," wrote one person as they furiously searched for the elusive moggy.
The controversial far-right French presidential candidate was fined $11,000, and it isn't the first time he has been convicted on such charges.
Calls to somehow undo the 2020 election results once again rang out during the former president's rally in Florence.
Trump also took a shot at the ReidOut's Joy Reid, claiming the "MSDNC" host is "toast."
Death penalty opponents will gather outside the Supreme Court to call for the passage of the Federal Death Penalty Prohibition Act.
The Florida governor has managed to cut down Trump's overwhelming lead in recent polls amid reports the pair no longer consider each other allies.
One QAnon follower said: "When he came out…I instantly felt it was not him. I kept trying to convince myself that it was."
"The left is now rationing life-saving therapeutics based on race," Trump said during a rally in Arizona this weekend.
"I think anyone with common sense would be reluctant to go talk to this committee," the GOP congressman said.
This weekend Virginia's governor encouraged Republicans to build a "bigger tent," while Trump continued to push election fraud claims.
Inflation levels have risen by 7 percent in the last 12 months, marking a 40-year high for the country.
Mitt Romney made the comment Sunday after Lindsey Graham said he'd only back McConnell if he mends his relationship with Trump.
The MyPillow founder made the remarks at Trump's Arizona rally, where many speakers touted conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.
"100 Seats, 100 Years," he added on Gettr, referring to the century of political domination he argues will begin with the midterms.
Former president Trump said that President Biden had made Dr. Anthony Fauci "like a king" during comments to supporters.
While Twitter permanently banned one account linked to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, others remain active on the platform.
"This entire indictment echoes the words, the conduct, the crimes of Donald Trump," Glenn Kirschner said in a Saturday video.
The MyPillow founder said that he told one bank, "You're going to have to throw me out."