First Line News Articles for Thursday, November 30 2023
Special Counsel Jack Smith hunted information on X users who liked or retweeted posts published by former President Donald Trump, according to redacted search warrants and other documents released Monday.
Sieged Security, which describes itself as a group of “gay furry hackers,” recently infiltrated a leading U.S. nuclear-research facility and obtained sensitive personal data.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said Tuesday he would not sign a six-week federal abortion ban if he were elected due to the lack of a national consensus around such a limit.
Senior CIA official Amy McFadden changed her Facebook cover photo in mid October to a man waving a Palestinian flag and, in another post, shared a selfie with a superimposed sticker proclaiming, “Free Palestine.”
Her frail husband a silent witness, Rosalynn Carter was celebrated by her family and closest friends Wednesday at her funeral in the same tiny town where she and Jimmy Carter were born, forever their home base as they climbed to the White House and traveled the world for humanitarian causes.
Reps from Maui Emergency Management Agency, the County of Maui Department of Public Works and the County of Maui Department of Water Supply subpoenaed to testify
The Federal Aviation Administration said on Tuesday it had adopted a new aircraft certification policy requiring key flight control design changes to be considered “major” like the system involved in two fatal Boeing BA.N 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019.
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on Thursday on whether to expel Republican George Santos, who has been engulfed in scandal since his 2022 election and charged with corruption, House Speaker Mike Johnson said.
Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday signaled skepticism toward the legality of certain proceedings that the Securities and Exchange Commission conducts in-house without a jury to enforce investor-protection laws and impose penalties, in a case that could undercut the power of federal agencies.
A Wisconsin judge has dismissed a liberal watchdog group’s complaint that a Republican-led panel examining the potential impeachment of the state’s newest Supreme Court justice violated its open meeting laws.