President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats are nominating and confirming trial and appellate court judges at a much faster clip than any of Biden’s recent predecessors, including former President Donald Trump. “Eight judges already have been confirmed, including potential Supreme Court pick Ketanji Brown Jackson to the federal appeals court in
After setting an industry record with six consecutive No. 1 hits, 4x GRAMMY Award winning, platinum-selling duo and recording artist for KING & COUNTRY are bringing RELATE The 2021 Fall Tour in concert to your area. After wowing crowds in 2020 with their Pollstar recognized drive-in theater performances, this 24-date trek will see Joel and
GRAMMY® nominated, multiple American Music Award, Billboard Music Award and Dove Award-winning band MercyMe has announced their fall 2021 inhale (exhale) tour. Hitting 30 cities across the U.S., the band is excited to hit the road with fellow Fair Trade Services artist Micah Tyler. For ticket information on all MercyMe tour dates, please visit www.mercyme.org.
Senate Democrats officially rejected Republicans’ police reform bill, which needed 60 votes to advance, in a 55-45 vote on Wednesday. In a letter earlier this week, Democrats voiced objection and prevented debate or a vote, blocking any amendments. In an interview on “Fox & Friends” Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim
Apple is planning to close nearly a dozen retail stores located in Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, and South Carolina. “Due to current COVID-19 conditions in some of the communities we serve, we are temporarily closing stores in these areas,” an Apple spokesman said Friday in a statement after being contacted
President Trump held a press conference yesterday, announcing his executive order on police reform amid George Floyd protests. “…thank you all for being here as we take historic action to deliver a future of safety and security for Americans of every race, religion, color, and creed. We’re joined today by
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) introduced legislation on Thursday to end no-knock warrants, a measure that appears to have bipartisan support as demand grows for police reform. Titled “Justice for Breonna Taylor Act,” the law would prohibit federal law enforcement from carrying out a warrant “until after the officer provides notice of his