Twitter's lawsuit claims that Paxton is "unlawfully abusing his authority... to intimidate, harass, and target Twitter in retaliation for Twitter's exercise of its First Amendment rights."
A Mississippi pastor has claimed that the $1,400 stimulus checks in President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan are really the work of former President Donald Trump, calling the checks "an offering from our late president to every one of you."
In February, GOP Senator John Boozman said that "Trump bears some responsibility for what happened" during the Capitol riot.
Only some states allow people to claim exemptions from vaccines under very specific circumstances—as such, these cards rest on unlikely legal reasoning.
"If you want to reach out to me, you probably should if you're one of the criminals, because maybe you can work out a deal," MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said while repeating false claims that former President Donald Trump lost the 2020 presidential election due to massive voter fraud.
Protesters gathered outside the building calling for his arrest on Monday morning with signs that read, "Florida Man Go Home," "Indict Trump" and "Arrest Trump."
The former president requested a mail ballot on Friday for the upcoming municipal election in Palm Beach County.
Senator John McCain's widow said the Republican Party is on the "brink" and will be forced to either "find its way or dissolve."
The initial tweet is the start of a larger thread explaining that women make up only 20 percent of professional chefs. The scholarship program the company says it is launching seeks to balance the gender ratio in working kitchens.
CBS reportedly offered upwards of $9 million to secure rights for the explosive tell-all interview between Oprah Winfrey and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
"I'm sorry, Piers—you don't get to call out what is and isn't racism against Black people," TV personality Trisha Goddard said in a heated debate with Piers Morgan.
Winning an open seat is easier than ousting an incumbent, but Republicans have held the seat in more than 30 years.
The former president has been touted for another run for office, with polling indicating support among many Republicans.
"It's just this bigger than life deal," Graham said about Trump. "He could make the Republican Party something that nobody else I know can make it. He can make it bigger, he can make it stronger, he can make it more diverse and he also could destroy it."
Computational research shows that receiving "likes" is not unlike a rat's "reward learning" for food.
The former president and his Republican allies have lost dozens of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of the November race.
The president has vowed to make the U.S. electricity sector pollution-free by 2035. But some of his policies are facing resistance.
Several Twitter users suggested Queen Elizabeth II should appear on the Red Table Talk show hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith and her family.
A petition to abolish the monarchy in the U.K. has been signed by more than 2,000 people as #AbolishTheMonarchy trended on Twitter.
CNN host Jake Tapper pressed Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves on if he thought President Joe Biden was "legitimately and lawfully elected."
The late princess revealed details about how she was treated by the "establishment" and the breakdown of her health in a 1995 interview with the BBC.
Hundreds of comments have been left under the most recent Clarence House Instagram post following Harry and Meghan's interview.
A number of celebrities are reacting to Sunday night's interview which saw Meghan Markle and Prince Harry discuss their treatment in the royal family which led to them moving to America.
The Republican senator also said Trump had the power to make the party stronger and more diverse.
"I just want to make it clear to everybody: There's no subject that's off limits," Oprah said ahead of the highly anticipated sit-down with the couple.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's explosive interview has yet to air in the U.K. but as revelations are reported, Twitter is alight with reactions from Americans who have already watched it on CBS.
The Alaska Republican called the bill "wholly partisan" and dismissed "unnecessary" measures in the package.
Frank Meeink, once a prominent neo-Nazi, said that Fox News says the "same radical stuff that I used to say."
The former president became infamous for dismissing top administration officials over social media during his term in office.
The Wyoming Republican praised Murkowski on Sunday after Trump called her "disloyal" and "very bad" and promised to campaign against her in Alaska next year.