Residents of New Jersey will be able to access their COVID-19 vaccination data through a mobile Docket app, although Gov. Phil Murphy says the app is not intended to be a vaccine passport, Just the News reports. The app has been approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The First Liberty Institute said Wednesday the IRS has granted tax-exempt status to the nonprofit group Christians Engaged after denying the request on the argument that Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates.
An event planned for this weekend featuring former President Donald Trump has been canceled for fear it’d be a partisan rally.
The Internal Revenue Service has denied tax-exempt status to the non-profit political activism group Christians Engaged, asserting that the group’s Bible teachings typically align with Republican party policies, and that it engages in “prohibited political campaign intervention.” The Texas-based organization is appealing the decision, asserting that the IRS denied tax exemption because Christians Engaged “teaches biblical values.”
The Nevada GOP is censuring a member of its own party for allegedly “put[ting] the reliability of our elections in Nevada in question.”
President Joe Biden said in his first press conference since he took office that he plans to run for reelection in 2024, but added that he’s not sure there will even be a Republican Party by then.
Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump suggested Sunday that he might run for office again.
President Trump has considered forming a new political party called the “Patriot Party” after he leaves office, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Outgoing U.S. President Donald J. Trump, who became the voice to millions feeling voiceless, has trumpeted his administration’s accomplishments and wished his successor luck.
Ed Stetzer, head of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College has publically asserted that white Evangelicals should consider whether their behavior in supporting President Donald Trump contributed to fuelling the Capitol insurrection last week.
The Arizona Supreme Court agreed to hear the election lawsuit filed by state Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward concerning irregularities with mail-in ballots.
Prominent defense attorney Sidney Powell sued Georgia’s top officials late Wednesday, alleging in federal court that the GOP-run state government permitted a massive voter fraud scheme that rigged the Nov. 3 election in favor of Democrat Joe Biden.
Republicans are probing more Michigan counties and suggesting investigations in Nevada and Arizona to determine whether further Dominion Voting Systems technology errors caused votes to be counted incorrectly.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has ordered county elections officials in Pennsylvania to keep separate mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day. The state’s top elections official already had ordered those ballots be kept apart.
Partisans for both President Trump and Joe Biden launched movements in Washington, D.C., to make sure that their candidate wins out.
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is convinced he will clinch the presidency after post-election legal challenges by his rival.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and other Democratic “Squad” lawmakers called for an expansion of the Supreme Court Monday, immediately after conservative Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the newest SCOTUS Justice, the Hill reports. The Republican move to swiftly confirm Barrett following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month has caused outrage among Democrats, who claim the Republican Party has applied double standards to the confirmation process.
U.S. President Donald Trump pledged Monday that God remains in the Pledge of Allegiance after the Republican Party nominated him for a second term in the White House.
President Donald Trump released a 50-point second-term agenda on Sunday which vows to maintain American military might and “wipe out” terrorist groups overseas but also to stop the country’s involvement in “endless wars.”
Calling on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to reintroduce moderate language on its abortion platform, pro-life Democrats are warning their party’s current “extreme” stance on the issue risks alienating voters who would otherwise vote for the Biden-Harris ticket, Fox News reports. A draft platform released by Politico shows that the DNC supports the codification of Roe v Wade and tax-payer funding of abortion.