New York mayor vows to get mentally ill people on the streets into hospitals – KGW News

New York mayor vows to get mentally ill people on the streets into hospitals – KGW News

New York’s mayor promises to get mentally ill people on the streets into hospitalsKGW News New York’s mayor announces plan to involuntarily commit mentally ill peopleCBS News Statement | To move mentally ill people off the streets of New YorkNew York Times NYPD was ‘blindsided’ by Eric Adams’ plan to involuntarily commit more mentally ill … Read more

DeSantis, others draw distinctions with Trump in 2024 GOP Nomination Race

DeSantis, others draw distinctions with Trump in 2024 GOP Nomination Race

LAS VEGAS – A slate of potential candidates effectively opened the race for the 2024 Republican Party presidential nomination over the weekend, testing campaign themes and trying to differentiate themselves from former President Donald Trump. The Republican Jewish Coalition gathering here capped a weighty week for the GOP after underwhelming midterm election results secured a … Read more

GOP Wins College Educators and Minority Voters in Slim House Pickup

GOP Wins College Educators and Minority Voters in Slim House Pickup

Making modest gains in House seats this year, Republicans drew more support from minority and college-educated voters than in other recent elections, chipping away at key pillars of the Democratic coalition in ways that could better position the party for the next election. Republicans narrowed the Democratic advantage among Latino voters, black voters and white … Read more

Donald Trump’s fate in Justice Department investigations headed for special counsel

Donald Trump’s fate in Justice Department investigations headed for special counsel

WASHINGTON – Attorney General Merrick Garland on Friday appointed a former federal and international war crimes prosecutor as special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s investigations into former President Donald Trump. Jack Smith, who once headed the Justice Department unit that investigates public corruption and since 2018 was the chief prosecutor at The Hague investigating … Read more

Fearing future losses, more Republicans look to move on from Trump

Fearing future losses, more Republicans look to move on from Trump

Not since the early days of his 2016 presidential campaign has Donald Trump’s position in the Republican Party been under such attack. Increasingly vocal GOP elected officials, strategists, big donors and potential 2024 candidates are citing midterm election losses as a reason to finally move on from him. It will not be easy. Some Republicans … Read more

Kari Lake’s loss in Arizona ruins ‘Stop the Steal’

Kari Lake’s loss in Arizona ruins ‘Stop the Steal’

If anyone needed more proof that “Stop the Steal” was a loser for the GOP this year, the party’s Arizona wipeout is final. On Monday, Kari Lake joined the list of Republicans in the Grand Canyon State who ran in the stolen 2020 election and lost. Mrs. Lake, a former television news anchor, had all … Read more

Kevin McCarthy faces first test in a speaker cabinet

Kevin McCarthy faces first test in a speaker cabinet

WASHINGTON—House Republicans will choose their leaders for the new Congress on Tuesday in a vote that could reveal how much opposition Kevin McCarthy faces in his own conference. Mr. McCarthy, the current House minority leader, is running to lead his party again in what analysts say will be the narrowest GOP majority in recent history … Read more

Republicans in strong position to retake House as count continues

Republicans in strong position to retake House as count continues

WASHINGTON—Republicans remained poised to win control of the House of Representatives with more than a dozen races still uncontested Monday as Congress returned to work and new members set to take office next year began orientation. Democrats are expected to hold their Senate majority after a weekend victory in Nevada, giving them the 50 seats … Read more

Senior White House official involved in secret talks with Putin aides

Senior White House official involved in secret talks with Putin aides

WASHINGTON – President Biden’s top national security adviser has in recent months engaged in confidential talks with top aides to Russian President Vladimir Putin in an effort to reduce the risk of a broader conflict over Ukraine and warn Moscow against using nuclear or other weapons of mass destruction. , US and allied officials said. … Read more

Midterm election campaigning is intensifying across the United States in recent days

Midterm election campaigning is intensifying across the United States in recent days

Candidates made their closing arguments to voters in key battleground states during a busy final weekend of campaigning before Election Day, as Republicans grew more optimistic about their prospects for victory in the race for Congress. With voters expressing concerns about inflation and dissatisfaction with President Biden’s handling of the economy, Republicans are heavily favored … Read more