Steve DiGioia

Politics

Joe Tacopina’ Withdrawal from Trump’s Legal Team During Two Major Cases Against Him 

Trump’s highly influential lawyer has decided to withdraw from his cases on Monday. Joe Tacopina, who has been Trump’s lawyer in his New York trial and has represented many high-profile cases, decided to withdraw from the current cases against Trump. He has represented Trump in both his criminal cases, the one related to the hush […]

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Vivek Ramaswamy Backed Down from his Presidential Campaign says Trump will have his Full Support

Vivek Ramaswamy has decided to suspend his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination on Jan 15. The biotech entrepreneur has ended his bid for the election and instead has nominated Donald Trump. Why the suspension? He decided to do so after he came fourth in the Iowa caucuses. He felt he was unfit for the

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Schiff’s Endorsement for the U.S. Senate by the Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times has approved Adam Schiff as the Chief candidate for the California Senate seat in the 2024 election. The Publication’s editorial board supports him by saying, “He stands out for his extraordinary leadership over the last several years.” They selected him to replace the late California Senator Dianne Feinstein due to his

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Nikki Haley’s Supporters Most Likely to Choose Biden over Trump

In the recent Iowa polls, the GOPs would vote for Trump but not all. The Republican Iowa caucusgoers will vote for Trump in the upcoming elections except for the supporters of former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. According to the polls by NBC News, Haley’s 43% percent voters are most likely to vote for Biden in

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Fani Willis Stand Against the Accusations of Misconduct

Fani Willis addressed the accusations for the first time while giving her speech on Jan 14. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis spoke at the Fulton County Government Center on August 14. For the first time since she was questioned about her misconduct which involved the qualifications of the special prosecutor Nathan Wade against President

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A Judge’s Refusal to Impose Deadline on Trump’s Documents Case Raises Concern Over the Transparency of the System.

The question of transparency and accountability lingers as the judge sides with Trump to delay his document case trial. Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Alene, who has represented the Northern District of Alabama, has raised doubts over District Judge Aileen Cannon’s refusal to enforce deadlines over Trump’s case proceedings. She posted on X, where she mentioned

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Kamala Harris’ Visit: A Strain on the Finances of the City and the County 

Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit might end up causing Horry County a hefty amount for emergency service and protection. Kamala Harris visited the Hilton Myrtle Beach on Jan 6 to give a speech at the annual retreat of the Women’s Missionary Society. The annual retreat is a key organization in the Seventh Episcopal District of

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Gov. Hochul declares state of emergency in 15 N.Y. counties with winter storm imminent

The following counties are subject to the emergency situation: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego and Wyoming. Power outages, freezing wind chills, and lake effect snow of a foot or more are likely to be brought on by strong wind gusts that are expected to reach 70

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California’s Minimum Wage Hike Leads to Massive Layoffs for Health Care Workers

                  California Faces Mass Layoffs as Minimum Wage Hike Hits Fast Food and Healthcare Sectors Mass cutbacks have been reported for laborers in the cheap food and medical care businesses in California in light of two bills that will raise least wages for laborers in the two

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Supreme Court to rule on clearing homeless encampments in California and the West

U.S. High Court to Deliberate on Constitutional Implications of Shelter Restrictions for Unhoused Individuals The U.S. High Court said on Friday it will hear whether towns and urban communities that block unhoused individuals with no admittance to shield from setting up camp on open property disregard the Eighth Amendment’s assurances from “awful and surprising discipline.”

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