A judge has begun setting bonds and release conditions for former President Donald Trump and some of his 18 indicted co-defendants in the Georgia case alleging they unlawfully interfered in the 2020 election. According to newly posted court records in Fulton County, Georgia, on Aug. 21, Judge Scott McAfee set bond for President Trump at $200,000.
Meanwhile, President Trump has confirmed he won’t be attending the first of the Republican presidential debates, which will be held in Milwaukee on the evening of Aug. 23.
President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden visit the Hawaiian island of Maui to survey the devastation caused by the fires that have claimed more than 100 lives and ravaged the historic resort town of Lahaina.
A magnitude 5.1 earthquake hit Southern California north of Los Angeles over the weekend, rocking much of the region as residents hunkered down for the approach of Tropical Storm Hilary.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s disaster fund is already running out of money in a year that’s setting records for billion-dollar weather disasters—all before the peak of Atlantic hurricane season has even arrived.
YouTube has introduced a new “medical misinformation policy” that will censor any medical or health-related content that doesn’t align with claims made by the World Health Organization.