As Hurricane Ian continues to wreak havoc across the southeastern United States, the Biden administration has been busy responding to the disaster. In addition to issuing a major disaster declaration, the administration has also launched a $810 million diplomatic initiative to help Pacific Island nations recover from the hurricane. Meanwhile, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has come under fire for his dissenting opinion in a case involving the disclosure of spouses' potential conflicts of interest.
Supreme Court to Hear 2 Cases With Major Implications for 2024
- The Durham target is heading to trial as the probe winds down.
- The Supreme Court will hear 2 cases with major implications for the 2024 election.
- Biden has issued a major disaster declaration amid the destruction caused by Hurricane Ian.
- Visiting the DMZ, Harris condemns North Korea's missile 'provocation'.
- Hurricane Ian has ravaged one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States.
- Biden has launched an $810 million Pacific Island diplomatic initiative.
- The judge has sided with Trump again in the Mar-a-Lago documents fight.
- The Biden administration has scaled back student debt relief for millions of Americans amid legal concerns.
- Wawa says that a New Jersey House candidate ripped off its goose logo.
- The lobster feud has boiled over in Maine.
- Massachusetts lawmakers have asked Buttigieg to investigate DeSantis' migrant flights.
- The Biden administration has smoothed over Pacific Island Summit frictions.
- The Supreme Court has shielded spouses' work from potential conflict of interest disclosures.
- Biden has said that FEMA's response to Hurricane Ian is 'reinforcing' faith in government.
- The Senate is in the last lap of a sprint to avert a shutdown.
- Billions of dollars are likely needed for roads and bridges that were ripped up by Hurricane Ian.
- Ginni Thomas tells a Jan. 6 panel that she still believes false election fraud claims, the chair says.
- As trust in the Supreme Court drops, Alito sparred with Kagan.
- The race for the 2024 House GOP campaign king is already on.
- Meloni holds a mirror to Trump's GOP in Italy.
- The reporters who proved that journalism is more powerful than Trump.
- Hurricane Ian has temporarily tamed Ron DeSantis.
- Tee time for the Saudis, Murdochs and Trumps.
- Biden is still a political albatross.
- Can the Senate work its Thursday magic?
- Elevate lands a top Cantwell aide.
- 'It's a land grab': The United States is scrambling to respond ahead of Putin's annexation claim.
- Calls are growing for China and India to talk sense into Putin.
- Hurricane Ian's mass blackouts have met the United States' struggling supply chain.
- As Hurricane Ian batters Florida, Puerto Ricans fear being forgotten.
Judge again sides with Trump in Mar-a-Lago documents fight
The order Thursday is Cannon’s first significant move in the process since last week, when a federal appeals court sharply rejected her decision to initially include about 100 documents with national-security classification markings in Dearie’s review.