Are President Biden and his Kids Guilty of Corruption?

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  • The chaotic, irreplaceable Wendy Williams
    Wendy Williams speaks onstage during her celebration of 10 years of The Wendy Williams Show at the Buckhead Theatre, in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2018. | Paras Griffin/Getty Images Wendy Williams’s rise, reputation, and absence from her talk show, explained. Centuries ago, those accused of gossip, primarily women, were locked into metal headpieces that restrained the…
  • Vice Media plans to cut hundreds of jobs, stop publishing on flagship website
    Vice Media Group plans to lay off hundreds of employees and stop publishing on its flagship news website, the company’s chief executive said in a memo to employees Thursday — a stunning setback for a digital media pioneer that ascended to cultural prominence more than a decade ago.
  • Washington legislators push bill making it a felony to threaten election workers
    The Washington state Senate voted overwhelmingly Thursday to make harassing election workers a felony, three months after four county election offices received envelopes containing suspicious powder — including three testing positive for fentanyl — and had to be evacuated. “This cannot be something we take as normal,” Democratic Sen. Manka Dhingra said during the vote.…
  • Biden administration will impose sanctions on more than 500 targets in response to Navalny death – CNN
    Biden administration will impose sanctions on more than 500 targets in response to Navalny death  CNN Alexei Navalny’s death listed as ‘natural,’ mother says, accusing Russia of blackmail  ABC News Told he died of natural causes, Navalny’s mom cites pressure for secret burial  The Washington Post Navalny Family Meets With Biden, Raises Pressure on Putin  The Wall Street Journal…
  • Wisconsin’s new legislative maps are a win for democracy
    Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers speaks about funding for the I-535 Blatnik Bridge before a visit by US President Joe Biden on January 25, 2024, at Earth Rider Brewery in Superior, Wisconsin.  | Stephen Maturen/Getty Images They could break the GOP’s longstanding gerrymandered grip on the state legislature. Wisconsin now has legislative maps that align more…
  • Capital One-Discover merger could put a bigger squeeze on credit card users, experts warn
    Capital One’s $35.3 billion deal to buy Discover is a long way from being completed.
  • Trump or Haley? South Carolina voters prepare for ‘first in the South’ contest
    Almost every winner of the South Carolina primary has gone on to become the presidential nominee. “South Carolina has a really strong history of picking the Republican nominee,” said Jessica Taylor, the Cook Political Report Senate and governors editor. “Only in 2012, when they voted for Newt Gingrich, did they not do that.” Smaller, less…

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