Following Senator Dianne Feinstein’s passing, California Governor Gavin Newsom will appoint a replacement to fill her seat. National political strategist Brian Seitchik spoke on Ms. Feinstein’s replacement and what lies ahead for Senator Bob Menendez.
The divided Congress is still far apart on a solution to keep the lights on, past this weekend’s deadline. And tensions rise within the Republican Party after a failed vote Friday afternoon. Will there be a government shutdown in one day? A California icon with an extraordinary legacy, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein dies at age […]
At least one conservative legal scholar expects a New York fraud case against former President Donald Trump to keep bringing bad news for the Trump Organization after a judge determined the 45th president had overvalued his real estate empire. President Trump and the Trump Organization are facing a civil lawsuit, brought by New York Attorney […]
Both former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden competing for union votes. We saw Trump visiting striking auto workers in Michigan last night as a counter-programming during the GOP debate. Carrie Sheffield, a senior policy analyst at Independent Women’s Forum, discussed the shifting dynamics of union support in politics.
President Joe Biden is under the microscope in Congress Thursday, as the Republican-led House holds its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry of the president. Democrats, meanwhile, say there are more pressing priorities. We have the big takeaways and key reactions. Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) shares his thoughts on the looming government shutdown. What does […]
Senate Leader Chuck Schumer recently decided to no longer enforce a dress code on the Senate floor. In response, 46 Republican senators wrote a letter to Schumer, demanding a resolution to return the dress code to business attire. This comes as Senator John Fetterman dons a hoodie and gym shorts on Capitol Hill. NTD spoke […]
Tanaz Salehi, an advisory board member of the Iranian American Bar Association, said the Iranian regime’s promise to use $6 billion in unfrozen assets only for humanitarian purposes will be broken. The U.S. government made a deal recently to release such funds in return for Iran’s releasing of five Iranian-American hostages.
Billionaire Rupert Murdoch has stepped down as chairman of Fox Corp and News Corp. Eventually, his four children could potentially battle for control, determining the future direction of the news giants.
A seventh California school board has approved a notification policy that will require schools to alert parents if their child identifies as transgender, amid a statewide debate over the issue. Trustees on the board of Dry Creek Elementary Joint School District in Placer County unanimously approved the policy on Sept. 14. The new rule requires […]
The search is continuing on Sept. 18 for that military jet that crashed near two lakes in South Carolina. Officials are scouring Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion for the jet and have even asked the public to keep an eye out for it. The pilot safely ejected on Sunday, was taken to a hospital, and […]
A new law in Illinois that prohibits libraries from banning books has fallen under scrutiny. NTD spoke with Terry Newsome, Illinois chapter president of Parents Involved in Education, for his perspective.
A federal judge just ruled Wednesday for the second time that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is illegal. DACA allows illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children to be protected from deportation. This ruling would not affect current DACA applicants, but would affect future DACA applicants from being accepted. To […]
The Department of Justice is suing Google, claiming the tech giant is stifling competition and innovation by locking out rivals in the vast internet search market. The core claim is that Google allegedly pays over $10 billion annually for exclusive spots as the default search engine on devices like iPhones. Escaped killer Danelo Cavalcante may now […]
The Huntington Beach City Council in Southern California voted 4 to 3 on Sept. 5 against imposing any mask and vaccine mandates. This comes as the county’s Health Care Agency reported an increase in COVID-19 cases, but it has not led to an increase in hospitalizations. Mayor Pro Tem Gracey Van Der Mark, the one […]
RENO, Nev.—Tens of thousands of people bogged down in mud from heavy rains all weekend at the Burning Man festival began their mass exodus out of the Black Rock Desert this week, after one confirmed death last Friday still under investigation. On Labor Day, the “burners,” as the festival goers call themselves, jammed the main […]
In Los Angeles, there are more instances of “flash-mob robberies” targeting large retail stores, where a group of thieves grab as many items as possible—often exceeding $100,000 in value. A countywide policy established under District Attorney George Gascón is being criticized as a contributing factor to this trend. NTD spoke with former Los Angeles District […]
A recall committee is gathering signatures to remove a District Attorney in California. That’s Alameda County’s Pamela Price, who oversees Oakland. The area has faced a surge in violent crime, homicide, and burglary. NTD’s Jack Bradley spoke to Brenda Grisham of Save Alameda For Everyone (SAFE). Ms. Grisham lost her own son to gun violence […]
Parents’ rights activists are protesting a series of controversial bills now winding their way through California’s Legislature. Some say they indoctrinate children, and seek to separate them from their parents. NTD’s Jack Bradley tells us more.
In California, increasing numbers of insurance providers are dropping their coverage. Wildfires, earthquakes, and flooding are of concern. Chris Hebard, the president of Hebard Insurance Solutions, suggested another concern the providers may have.
A viral video shows open-air drug use near the San Francisco Federal Building—formerly the Nancy Pelosi Federal Building. NTD’s Jack Bradley speaks to local artist and musician Darren Mark Stallcup, who is sounding the alarm as he prepares to move away from the area.
Students from a high school in San Jose, California, said they are repeatedly harassed by homeless people near campus. Local officials proposed a solution—a ban on encampments near schools and daycares.
California Senate Bill 233 would require electric vehicles sold in the state after 2030 to be capable of sending energy stored in their batteries back to the grid. In theory, this would allow the EVs to serve as backup when the grid is under peak load. The bill was introduced by Democratic Senator Nancy Skinner. […]
In California, state officials recently announced the state’s largest-ever drug bust operation involving illegal marijuana. But the local sheriff says the bust would account for less than one percent of the black market cannabis grown in his county. NTD’s Jack Bradley spoke to Sheriff Jeremiah LaRue from Siskiyou County, Northern California.
In Southern California, two schools have recently approved policies that require teachers to tell parents if their child identifies as transgender. This contradicts official state guidance. NTD’s Jack Bradley has the details.
Rising incidents of violent crime in one northern California City are affecting quality of life, causing some to flee. There’s been a rise in robberies, carjackings and home invasions, with some elderly residents even being targeted.
California recently adopted a new mathematics framework for its public schools. But critics say it’s riddled with holes—and that it even encourages 8th-grade students not to take Algebra. To learn mores, NTD’s Jack Bradley spoke to Frank Xu, president of the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation.
A video of a suspected shoplifter being hit with a stick by the store clerks he was allegedly stealing from has gone viral. But is what the clerks did legal or illegal? NTD’s Jack Bradley spoke to legal expert Ambrosio Rodriguez on whether the clerks acted within their rights—and whether the state is likely to […]
Two doctors are suing the Medical Board of California over a state law that forces physicians to undergo regular mandatory “implicit bias” training. NTD’s Jack Bradley spoke with Caleb Trotter, an attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, which filed the lawsuit.
Shane Harris, founder of the San Diego-based People’s Association of Justice and child safety advocate, discussed California’s Senate Bill 14. The bill aims to make significant strides in combating child sex trafficking by enhancing penalties for those involved.
With Israel’s parliament overturning the “reasonableness” law, many are saying it never should have existed. To break it down, NTD spoke with Rabbi Yaakov Menken, managing director of the Coalition for Jewish Values.
Were people singing psalms outside city hall targeted for the kind of protesting they were doing? NTD spoke with Ryan Helfenbein, executive director at the Standing for Freedom Center, who seems to think so.
Eddie Caban is stepping up as the acting head of the New York Police Department following the unexpected resignation of Commissioner Keechant Sewell earlier this month. The move followed a report from The Post indicating Ms. Sewell’s discontent with not having complete control over the police department. U.S. Aid Chief Samantha Power on Monday announced […]
The U.S. Secret Service on July 13 wrapped up its investigation into the recent cocaine discovery at the White House due to a lack of evidence and without a suspect. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are voicing mixed reactions. Former NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom claims to have lost roughly $50 million in salaries and possible […]
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have said that the U.S. Secret Service told them in a closed-door briefing that the investigation into cocaine found at the White House has concluded and no suspect has been identified. While the Secret Service has not yet officially confirmed the conclusion of the investigation, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) told reporters on […]
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before the House Judiciary Committee on July 12, where House Republicans asked a host of pointed questions including on the agency’s misconduct in relation to the Russia collusion allegations against former President Donald Trump during the 2016 election and its connection to social media censorship of Americans, among others. Mr. […]
A giant panda has just given birth to twins at a South Korean zoo, a first for the country, zoo officials announced on July 11. The Everland theme park near Seoul will also be sending its first panda to China, in a move known as “Panda Diplomacy.” The United States Marine Corps is without a […]
At least one has died after a storm brought heavy rain and flooding to the Northeastern United States on Sunday and Monday. The governor of New York has declared an emergency in response. The National Weather Service also indicated much of the Northeast is under various flood warnings. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has agreed […]
Lawyers for Elon Musk threatened to sue Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta Platforms in a July 5 letter after it unveiled a microblogging platform called Threads that rivals Twitter. House Republicans are calling for a briefing over a bag of cocaine recently found at the White House. Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer sent a letter on July […]
Controversy continues to brew over Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s Fourth of July Twitter post, denouncing the United States and calling for the return of stolen Indigenous land. Prominent figures on social media quickly expressed their outrage, some calling for a boycott. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen arrived in China for a four-day visit […]
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration granted a flying car ‘legal approval to fly’—a first for a vehicle of this kind to be certified by the federal government—the car’s company Alef Aeronautics announced June 27. U.S. officials are advising Americans to reconsider traveling to China, due to the risk of arbitrary enforcement, travel bans, and wrongful […]
People from across the country gathered in Philadelphia this weekend to hear many thought leaders, prominent politicians, and even presidential candidates speak on the issue of parents’ rights. NTD’s Jack Bradley speaks to participants and audience members, and brings us more on this event.