Month: April 2021

At Least 1 Officer Killed In Vehicle Attack Outside U.S. Capitol

At least one U.S. Capitol Police officer has died after being struck by a suspect in a vehicle, USCP officials said Friday.  Another officer was hospitalized with injuries, and the suspect is dead, acting USCP Chief Yogananda Pittman said. Officers reportedly shot the suspect when he exited the vehicle and lunged toward them with a

Americans Oppose Many Voting Restrictions — But Not Voter ID Laws

Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Last week, Gov. Brian Kemp signed a sweeping package of voting restrictions into law in Georgia. The new regulations — including a ban on giving food and water to voters in line and an ID requirement for absentee voting — drew harsh condemnation from Democrats, voting-rights advocates and

GOP Rep’s Family Calls Him Out Over Insurrection In Scathing Fox News Ad

Three siblings of Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) say he’s one the key instigators of the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol carried out by pro-Trump insurrectionists ― and they want him held accountable.   “He should have criminal consequences,” one of his brothers, Tim Gosar, said in a video from the conservative group Republican

New Matt Gaetz Bombshell Report Alleges Drugs, Sex, Money… And Receipts

The New York Times dropped another bombshell report about Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) on Thursday night containing new details about alleged criminal activity at the heart of a federal investigation.  The newspaper reported that Gaetz and his friend, Joel Greenberg, who was indicted last year on federal sex trafficking charges, recruited women online for sex and