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DOJ Log of Trump Mar-a-Lago Docs Inadvertently Published Online

A log ordered sealed by a judge inadvertently appeared on the court's website.

OPEC+ Announces Its Cutting Oil Production by 2 Million Barrels a Day Despite US Pressure

The move threatens to hurt Democrats ahead of the midterms.

Elon Musk Reverses and Offers to Buy Twitter at Original $44 Billion Price Tag

Twitter has yet to agree to drop their lawsuit aiming to force the sale.

“F**k Off”: Zelensky, Ukraine Officials Blast Elon Musk’s Pro-Russia “Peace” Plan

The Kremlin praised Musk's message as "positive."

“Pro-Life” Herschel Walker Paid for Girlfriend’s Abortion — And She Kept Receipt: Report

Walker denied the allegation, calling it a "flat-out lie."

Far-Right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Forces Runoff Election Against Leftist Challenger Lula

The two candidates will face off in an October 30 election.

Supreme Court Takes Up Challenge to Section 230 Liability Protections for Tech Companies

The court will hear two cases that could test liability protections for social media platforms.

2020 Election Conspiracy Theorists Seek Control of 2024 Elections In Key Battleground States

Republicans running to oversee elections in 13 states have embraced false 2020 claims.

CBO Report: Top 1% Have One-Third of US Wealth But Bottom 50% Have Just 2%

"In 2019, families in the top 10% of the distribution held 72% of total wealth," CBO says.

Republicans Purge Trump Ties and Abortion From Campaign Websites

Some candidates proudly led with their Trump ties during the primary. “Today, all of that is gone."