The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on Thursday on whether to expel Republican George Santos, who has been engulfed in scandal since his 2022 election and charged with corruption, House Speaker Mike Johnson said. Several lawmakers have introduced motions targeting the first-term lawmaker after a report by his House colleagues suggested that federal prosecutors should bring additional charges against Santos, 35, who fabricated large aspects of his life story in his election campaign. The motion requires a two-thirds majority in the House, which Republicans control by a narrow 222-213 majority.
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A group of people, organizations and businesses opposed to a law that restricts drag performances and bans drag reading events at public schools and libraries asked a federal judge to declare Montana's law unconstitutional without requiring a trial. “Motivated by an irrational and unevidenced moral panic, legislators took aim at drag performers and the LGBTQ+ community,” Upper Seven Law argued in its motion for a summary judgment filed late Tuesday. U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris granted a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of the law last month, saying it targets free speech and expression and that the text of the law and its legislative history “evince anti-LGBTQ+ animus.”
Drew Harris said that some people involved in the Dublin riots were ‘a danger to society’.
An octopus was seen first moving around and then holding on to a submerged statue of Buddha off the coast of Victoria, Australia, recent footage shows.Jules Casey, who frequently posts underwater footage to her OneBreathDiver Instagram account, shared footage of the octopus holding onto the statue, which she said she encountered while diving at an artificial reef just beyond Rye Pier.“I swear they wait for me to turn up with the camera so they can pose for photos,” Casey said referring to the octopuses that like hanging around the statue. Credit: Jules Casey via Storyful
The plot targeted a US citizen in New York who was part of a Sikh separatist group, prosecutors say.
In my previous column, I accused veterinarians of ‘upselling’ remedies for profit, and I am sorry. Vets are lovely – but their corporate employers, not so much, writes Adrian Chiles
The first outbreak of bird flu this season on a farm in France has put the industry on watch to see if the country's strategy of vaccinating birds will prove effective, helping avoid a repeat of previous crises that killed millions of poultry. The farm ministry said on Tuesday a first case of the highly pathogenic bird flu was found among turkeys in Brittany, northwestern France, as a seasonal wave of infections spreads across Europe, the United States and Japan. Bird flu is usually carried by migrating wild birds before being transmitted between farms.
The actress shares her son with comedian John Mulaney
Trump, the winner of the 2011 UK Championship, faces Jamie Jones as the second round begins
The bout, which fell through in 2022 after Conor Benn failed two drug tests, was being targeted for a new date of 3 February in London
European Union new car sales will rise by only 2.5% in 2024, a slowdown compared to a 12% increase in 2023, European automobile manufacturers association ACEA forecast on Wednesday, although the share of electric vehicles will sharply increase. The 2023 forecast is an upgrade from ACEA's forecast in January of 5% growth. ACEA said the share of battery electric vehicles would rise from 14-14.5% this year to about 20% in 2024.
North Korea has not released satellite images said to be of ‘major target regions’ taken by Malligyong-1
Farrell is taking a break from international rugby but will contine to captain and play for Saracens.
The current series of the long-running ITV reality show got off to a controversial start.
Extreme rain in Istanbul has led to concerns over the crunch Group A clash
Lululemon just dropped a new studded Everywhere Belt Bag — and we predict it will sell out.
The long-running nightly current affairs show on BBC Two will continue to air on weeknights.
Real U.S. gross domestic product grew 5.2% in the third quarter of 2023, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis second estimate Wednesday.
Permanent secretary Sir Matthew Rycroft and his interim second-in-command Simon Ridley were giving evidence to the Commons Home Affairs Committee.