Congressman Khanna Clarifies TikTok Bill Opposition as Senators Display Willingness to Discuss

Washington, D.C. – As the debate over the future of TikTok continues to unfold, Representative Ro Khanna has shed light on his opposition to a bill that would ban the popular video-sharing app in the United States. While Senators have indicated a level of openness towards alternative solutions, Khanna firmly asserts his stance against the proposed ban. Khanna, who represents California’s 17th congressional district, has offered an explanation for his opposition to the bill. He argues that a complete ban on TikTok is not a productive approach, as it fails to address the underlying concerns … Read more

Congressman Matt Gaetz to Testify Under Oath in Civil Lawsuit Over Alleged Sexual Misconduct with Teenage Girl

Tallahassee, Florida: Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz has been served a subpoena to testify under oath in a civil lawsuit connected to his friendship with former Seminole County Tax Collector Joel Greenberg and allegations of sexual relations with a teenage girl. The woman, referred to as A.B., filed the lawsuit and her attorneys from Spark Justice Law issued the subpoena on Thursday, requiring Gaetz to provide his testimony on April 5. The list of topics for questioning has not been disclosed. The U.S. Department of Justice made the decision in February 2023 not to prosecute Gaetz … Read more

Jimmy Kimmel Faces Lawsuit Over Bizarre Prank Videos, Former Congressman Seeks $750,000

LOS ANGELES, CA – Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel finds himself entangled in an unusual lawsuit after pranking former Congressman George Santos on Cameo. Santos, who was ousted from Congress for alleged fraud, is now suing Kimmel, ABC, and Disney for what he claims was deceptive conduct. The prank involved Kimmel requesting Santos to record eccentric videos, which were then shared on national television. The bevy of bizarre messages Kimmel sent to Santos on Cameo ranged from congratulating a man for winning a beef eating contest, only to be promptly hospitalized, to applauding someone for successfully … Read more

Congressman Tim Walberg Faces Backlash for Alleged Support of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Law

Tipton, Michigan – Congressman Tim Walberg, a Republican from Tipton, is facing criticism after video footage emerged showing him encouraging Uganda‚Äôs leaders to stand firm against international pressure and condemnation. The lawmakers passed a law that imposes the death penalty for acts of “aggravated homosexuality.” Walberg made these remarks during the country’s national prayer breakfast at the president’s residence in Kampala. He clarified that he does not support the criminalization of homosexuality, according to his office. Uganda has drawn widespread condemnation since enacting a law in May 2023 that outlaws gay marriage and imposes life … Read more