Conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza's new film "2,000 Mules" alleges massive voter fraud in the 2020 election, but NPR has found the filmmakers made multiple misleading and false claims.
The reaction to Roe vs. Wade was immense, but not immediately so. It took months and years for the anti-abortion movement to fully form, to organize and gain political power.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: We discussed the big news in the Supreme Court, as leaked documents suggest it will overturn Roe v. Wade. Meanwhile, back in Georgia, the special grand jury that will weigh in on whether Donald Trump interfered in the 2020 elections has been seated.
The panel investigating the attack on the Capitol asked U.S. Reps. Andy Biggs of Arizona, Mo Brooks of Alabama and Ronny Jackson of Texas to appear. They all said no.
This month's primaries and runoffs will serve as a test of the power of former President Trump's endorsements up and down the ballot.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new poll shows Gov. Brian Kemp may win the GOP nomination without a runoff. But could David Perdue get a boost from debates? The bigger shock: Brad Raffensperger is holding his own against Trump-backed Jody Hice. Speaking of former President Trump, a New York judge holds him in contempt of court.
McCarthy faces a tricky conversation with his conference over what he said, which could come when the House returns from recess next week, but the ultimate judge is likely former President Trump.
The letter came from Mark Pomerantz, who along with his co-leader in the Trump probe, resigned in February over the future of the case.
Recent legal moves by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol offer some clues on how it's following the money.
The Census Bureau has released its first report on the accuracy of the latest national head count that's used to distribute political representation and federal funding for the next decade.
Truth Social bills itself as "free from political discrimination." The app was not free from technical glitches, however, as users complained of a buggy registration process and long waitlists.
Trump calls the ruling "a continuation of the greatest Witch Hunt in history."
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Permitless carry advances in the state Senate. Meanwhile, more than two dozen business leaders oppose Buckhead cityhood. David Perdue releases his first TV commercial. Plus, we'll hear from a lead sponsor on HB 1013, which seeks to improve mental health resources.
The decision comes after Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis requested one. A special grand jury has subpoena power and the authority to obtain documents. It will begin on May 2.