Oath Keepers Founder Gets Longest Sentence Yet for Jan. 6, Convicted of ‘Seditious Conspiracy’
The founder of Oath Keepers gets 18 years in prison—the longest sentence handed down so far in connection to Jan. 6.
President Joe Biden is giving the latest updates on debt ceiling talks while making a promise. And there’s a new nominee for the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
House Republicans gain support from the Biden White House on a bill cracking down on illegal fentanyl. But many Democrats break with the White House, opposing the measure. Find out more about how this House-passed bill aims to counter the synthetic opioid crisis.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is changing the state’s election laws while announcing his run for president. Part of the changes will make it easier for him to run.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is defending the court’s reputation amid new controversies. Meanwhile, Democrats are renewing their push to expand the court. What is a legal expert saying about this?
Is the World Health Organization (WHO) gaining too much power over U.S. public health policies? Today’s guest will discuss the political interests influencing the WHO.