Prison Journalism Project Shows Inmates Thoughts On Insurrection, Trump & BidenMarcus Henderson, an incarcerated journalist at San Quentin Prison, wrote about his thoughts about political separatism in a recent article on the Prison Journalism Project. The outlet's co-founders, Yukari Iwatani Kane & Shaheen Pasha as well as Henderson, provided insight into inmates thoughts on what led up to the insurrection at the capitol.
Spokesman Says Trump Is Creating Social Network to Rival Twitter, FacebookFormer President Donald Trump is coming back to social media but this time with his own network, a Trump spokesperson told Fox News on Sunday.
Post-Trump State GOP Infighting Threatens Newsom Recall EffortsCalifornia Republicans eager to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom could see their chances eroded by longstanding friction between the party’s conservative and moderate wings, which only has intensified in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Facebook Oversight Board To Decide If Former President Donald Trump Should Be Permanently BannedDonald Trump's future on Facebook and Instagram is now up in the air.
First Day: President Biden to Issue 17 Executive Actions On COVID, Climate Change, Immigration and MoreOn his first day in office, President-elect Joe Biden is expected to sign 17 executive actions — 15 will be executive orders, some of which will reverse decisions made by his predecessor, President Trump.
Pro-Trump Demonstration At Twitter Headquarters Appears To Be A BustA demonstration by supporters of President Donald Trump to protest his ban from the Twitter social media platform outside the company's San Francisco headquarters appeared to be a bust Monday morning.
Conservative Platform Parler Goes Offline; Booted By Amazon, Apple And GoogleSilicon Valley tech giants have continued to take action following the storming of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump last week as Parler, the alternative social media platform favored by conservatives, found itself virtually homeless on the internet as Amazon, Apple and Google have all booted it from their platforms.
Capitol Siege: Pelosi And House Democrats Push For Trump's Removal As Second Impeachment LoomsPressure was mounting Sunday for President Donald Trump to leave office in the wake of the deadly siege on the Capitol Wednesday, with House Democrats weighing the next steps necessary for a historic second impeachment.
Farewell To @realDonaldTrump Twitter Handle -- Gone After 57,000 Tweets @realDonaldTrump, the feed from San Francisco-based Twitter that grew from the random musings of a reality TV star into the cudgel of an American president, died Friday. It was not quite 12 years old.
UPDATE: Twitter Suspends Trump's Account PermanentlyTwitter announced Friday afternoon it permanently suspended the account of President Donald Trump over concerns his tweets could incite violence.
Biden Criticizes Trump But Doesn't Endorse Pelosi’s Plans For ImpeachmentPresident-elect Joe Biden said Friday that President Donald Trump isn't "fit for the job," but he repeatedly refused to endorse growing calls from Democratic leaders to impeach him a second time.
Congresswoman Mary Miller Apologizes For Quoting Hitler In Speech Outside Capitol, Accuses Others Of Twisting Her Words"While some are trying to intentionally twist my words to mean something antithetical to my beliefs, let me be clear: I'm passionately pro-Israel and I will always be a strong advocate and ally of the Jewish community," Miller said.
Trump Administration: Census Data for Congressional Seats Not Available Until FebruaryDuring a court hearing in San Jose, a Trump administration attorney said Monday that the numbers used for deciding how many congressional seats each state gets won't be ready until mid-February at the earliest.
Stimulus Package Update: When Will The Checks Start Arriving?President Trump signed the $900 billion COVID relief bill into law Sunday, clearing the way for another round of stimulus checks and additional unemployment benefits.
Electoral College Set To Vote Monday, Seal Biden's Win Members of the Electoral College will gather in their respective states Monday to cast their official ballots for president. It is expected to seal Joe Biden's win, but President Donald Trump is not giving in.