Author: Nate Gundy

Major news networks projected Donald Trump as the winner of the Iowa caucuses just a half hour after they began. Exit polling demonstrates that Trump’s hold on both rural America and the Republican base remains strong. Additionally, other Republican candidates Nikki Haley and Ron Desantis are in a close battle for second place, leaving Trump with a commanding lead and no decisive alternative. Visit The Guardian to learn moreImage Credit:National Archives and Records Administration (CC0 1.0 DEED)

Police have confirmed that they responded to false reports of a shooting at the home of the federal judge overseeing Donald Trump’s election interference case, Tanya Chutkan. Police have also confirmed that Chutkan was home when they arrived at her residence. Judge Chutkan appears to be the victim of “swatting,” which occurs when an individual makes a false report of a crime in an effort to draw armed law enforcement to a location. This incident occurs after Chutkan has already received multiple threats and

In an interview with Kristen Welker on “Meet the Press,” GOP Rep Elise Stefanik refused to commit to certifying the 2024 election results. During the interview Stefanik also criticized efforts to remove Donald Trump from the ballot in Colorado, Maine, and other states. Additionally, the New York Republican defended Trump’s recent remarks calling rioters who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 and remain in prison “hostages,” echoing similar rhetoric throughout the program.Visit NBC News to learn moreImage Credit:Exchange Associate (CC BY 2.0 DEED)

United States Representative Bill Johnson is set to resign from the House of Representatives to begin a new job as president of Youngstown State University. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has officially set a special election to determine a candidate who will serve out the remainder of Johnsons’ term with the primary taking place on March 19th and the general election on June 11th. Visit WKYC to learn moreImage Credit:J. Stephen Conn (CC BY-NC 2.0 DEED)

Muslim leaders announced they are going national with an effort to discourage voters from re-electing President Joe Biden in 2024 because of his failure to call for a cease-fire in Gaza. Jaylani Hussein, a somali-American human rights advocate, told CNBC that the coalition of muslim leaders intends to endorse an independent presidential candidate. Though the President has fallen in polling among muslim and young voters, these efforts have yet to deter the administration's policy toward the conflict, with Biden just last week sidestepping Congress