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    OAKLAND — A 54-year-old man was arrested Thursday for allegedly assaulting Gov. Gavin Newsom in downtown Oakland, authorities said. Newsom was in town to promote support for small businesses. Before stopping at Beastmode Barbershop and Graffiti Pizza, the governor came across the 54-year-old while walking on Washington Street in Old Oakland. “This morning, the Governor was approached by an aggressive...
    LARA Trump has criticized Joe Biden for only answering questions from a pre-approved list of journalists at a press conference following his summit with Vladimir Putin. The 78-year-old president told reporters about his discussions with the Russian strongman in Geneva on Wednesday afternoon. Read our Biden live blog for the very latest news and updates... 8Lara Trump criticized Biden...
    Sean Hannity blasted Biden over the summit with Putin and asked why the president's staff are stopping him from answering questions during a segment on Thursday night. The Fox News host claimed Biden's staff will only allow him to take questions from pre-selected reporters because 'he's not capable of giving a coherent answer'. 'Why are they controlling him? 'I'm going...
    Sean Hannity took issue Thursday with the way President Joe Biden conducted his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the way the media chose to cover what the "Hannity" host called a "trainwreck."  "As predicted by any objective measure, the meeting was an order train wreck. Putin basically gave Joe nothing, the United States nothing. He made not a single concession. There were zero agreements and after...
    The mayor of Chicago has declared racism to be a public health crisis, and allocated $10 million in COVID relief funding to combat it. Lori Lightfoot announced on Thursday the new policy, aimed at reducing the glaring inequalities in the city's health.  Earlier this week the city health department released data that showed black residents on average live 71.4 years,...
    Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) fled reporters Thursday who were asking for details about when she would lift the final coronavirus-related restrictions. Whitmer finished an event in Detroit when she attempted to make her way to an awaiting vehicle and was followed by journalists: WATCH: @GovWhitmer hides from reporters when asked why she refuses to give Michiganders legitimate answers on...
    President Joe Biden returned from a swing through Europe voicing optimism while starting a six-month clock during which the two countries will start nuclear security talks and the United States will determine whether the Kremlin has cracked down on cyberattacks from its soil. "We'll find out within the next six months to a year, whether or not there is actually...
    ABC’s Rachel Scott reflected on the tough questions she asked President Vladimir Putin during his press conference in Geneva — revealing she was “swarmed” by Russian reporters following the grilling. During the Wednesday news conference, Scott confronted Putin on the “long” list of Kremlin critics who have ended up dead or imprisoned — specifically focusing on Alexei Navalny. “What are you so afraid...
    On Thursday morning, Bloomberg published an article showing vaccine information from the new data tracker website at the CDC. It’s an interesting article, showing that there are hundreds of counties in the United States where the rate of vaccination is less than 25% of the population. Not only is that number far too low to represent any sort of collective immunity,...
    Fox News contributor Lara Trump tore into President Biden on Thursday for only taking pre-approved questions from reporters during a press conference following his meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva.  BIDEN MOCKED FOR AGAIN USING PREPARED LIST OF REPORTERS AFTER GENEVA SUMMIT: 'EMBARRASSING' LARA TRUMP: The American people have a right to hear from our president of the United States....
    Both the Kremlin and Russian state media celebrated the meeting between Russian leader Vladimir Putin and President Joe Biden as a success on Thursday, particularly for Putin’s agenda and his hope to assert dominance on the world stage. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov – who had repeatedly batted down suggestions that the summit, held in Geneva on Wednesday, would yield substantive...
    MSNBC contributor Jake Sherman was widely panned on social media over his complaint that former President Trump wasn't as flattering to reporters like President Biden.  Biden spoke with reporters before boarding Air Force One after he lashed out at CNN correspondent Kaitlan Collins earlier at his press conference following his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He apologized for "being...
    Well, that didn’t last long. There was an intense media buildup, the biggest of Joe Biden’s brief presidency. Anchors flew to Geneva, networks made special "summit" graphics, the word "showdown" was tossed around. The media portrayed the meetings with Vladimir Putin as a boxing match from which only one combatant could emerge victorious. Either Uncle Sam or the Kremlin guy...
    CNN correspondent Jeff Zeleny spoke candidly about how protective President Biden's staff is when it comes to him taking questions from reporters.  Following his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Biden held a solo press conference where he, again, had a prepared list of reporters to call on, though he did taking impromptu questions from reporters who weren't on the...
    President Joe Biden left Geneva, Switzerland, frustrated and empty-handed after his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. After the meeting, Biden was hesitant to declare any victories, noting he would know whether or not his meeting was a success in the next three to six months. “We’re going to be able to look back, look ahead, in three...
    President Joe Biden said he would be using a pre-approved list of reporters to call on Wednesday at a press conference following his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Biden, while looking for reporters to call on during his press conference, said, “I’ll take your questions, and as usual, folks, they gave me a list of the people I’m going...
    A bipartisan infrastructure panel picked up new support Wednesday even as the group struggled to agree on how to pay for the plan. Five Republicans, four Democrats, and an independent who caucuses with Democrats added their names to the group of 10 bipartisan senators working on a final deal that would spend $974 billion on traditional projects, including roads,...
    CNN Chief National Affairs Correspondent Jeff Zeleny said Wednesday that snapping at reporters is “classic” for President Joe Biden. CNN Chief White House Correspondent and former Daily Caller reporter Kaitlan Collins asked about Biden’s summit on Wednesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and why Biden was “so confident that Putin would change his behavior.” (RELATED: Osama Bin Laden’s Niece Protests...
    President Biden again criticized a reporter for asking a difficult question on Wednesday in Geneva when he declared members of the press need a "negative view of life" to be good at their jobs, while complaining he doesn't receive "positive" questions.  Biden approached a group of reporters before boarding Air Force Once to apologize for scolding CNN’s Kaitlan Collins earlier...
    A rule blocking Capitol Hill reporters from a key House floor hallway could be prolonged if a dispute over metal detectors is not resolved. 'ENEMY IS WITHIN THE HOUSE': PELOSI WARNS OF GOP SECURITY THREAT The Speaker’s Lobby, a long historic corridor with portraits of past House speakers on the walls, is located directly outside the House chamber. It is...
    President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s hours-long meeting Wednesday in Geneva, Switzerland, touched on many topics, but failed to yield – as expected – many immediate, concrete results. Biden and Putin spoke for around three hours, falling short of estimates from those in the White House, who suggested the meeting could take four or five hours. The two...
    White House reporters rallied around fellow correspondent Kaitlan Collins after President Joe Biden snapped at her during his Geneva press conference on Wednesday. While exiting the press conference on his summit with Vladimir Putin, Biden stopped to answer one last question from Collins, who asked why the president is so “confident” that Putin will “change his behavior.” “I’m not confident he’ll change his behavior,” Biden responded....
    President Joe Biden offered his regret for losing his temper with CNN’s Kaitlan Collins during his news conference in Geneva. Biden spoke to reporters after wrapping up his summit with Vladimir Putin, and as he wrapped up press conference, Collins tried to ask him why he is “confident” that the Russian president’s behavior will change. Biden took umbrage with the...
    President Biden was mocked for "saying the quiet part out loud" on Wednesday when he admitted at the outset of his press conference in Geneva he would only be calling on reporters from a prepared list. "I’ll take your questions, and as usual, folks, they gave me a list of the people I’m going to call on," Biden told the...
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    Reporters attempted to shove their way into the Wednesday summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Politico’s Anita Kumar wrote that the scene was chaotic almost from the very beginning, as American and Russian journalists jockeyed for position to enter the Villa La Grange, the site of the summit in Geneva, Switzerland.  (RELATED: ‘Biden Acted Like Mr....
    Russian President Vladimir Putin said he discussed an exchange of prisoners with President Joe Biden, as the families of two Americans jailed in Russia push for their release. "We did discuss that we might be able to find some kind of compromise there. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the secretary and the Department of State will be working...
    Following his meeting in Geneva with President Joe Biden, Russian leader Vladimir Putin faced a number of tough questions during his post-summit news conference. CNN’s Matthew Chance began by asking about the tone of Putin’s conversation with Biden, but his questions for Putin quickly became a lot more pointed. Did you commit to ceasing carrying out cyberattacks on the United...
    President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed during Wednesday’s summit to return ambassadors to their foreign posts, though no official date has been announced. Anatoly Antonov, Russian’s ambassador to the U.S., and John Sullivan, Washington’s ambassador to Moscow, were recalled earlier this year after Biden announced new sanctions against Russia due to a cyberattack on government agencies, CNBC...
    (WJZ)- The Baltimore Ravens are consistently one of the better teams in the league at finding ways to fit players they need underneath the league’s salary cap. The work done by general manager Eric DeCosta and the rest of his front office has earned the third-year GM a new nickname from quarterback Lamar Jackson: EDC short for ‘Every Dollar Counts.’...
    U.S. media and White House officials screamed at Russian security forces who pushed reporters at the library where President Joe Biden met with Russia's President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday, according to a pool report. “The shoving match began at a side entrance immediately as the two presidents entered the villa from the front door,” stated the pool reporter, written by...
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    Geneva (CNN)A physical altercation broke out Wednesday at the start of President Joe Biden's first summit with his Russian counterpart as reporters from each country shoved each other, and security, in their attempts to access the sole joint photo-op of the talks.The moments of chaos were a minor subplot to an otherwise monumental meeting. But the jostling did make the...
    Foreign journalists covering the Tokyo Olympics must agree to be tracked via GPS for 14 days after arriving in Japan or lose access to the games, a media watchdog group, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) reported Wednesday. “To make sure that people don't go to places other than the places where they are registered to go, we will use GPS...
    The White House on Wednesday scrambled to explain what Joe Biden meant when he nodded affirmatively in response to a question about whether or not he could trust Russian President Vladimir Putin. Biden briefly appeared with Putin for the press ahead of their meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. During the chaotic press scrum that ensued, NBC News producer Elyse Perlmutter asked...
    The summit in Geneva between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin got off to a rough start after security officials and members of the press got into an altercation right at the outset. The media followed Biden and Putin as they met in front of the Villa la Grange, and again when the two leaders sat down before their talks...
    President Joe Biden's and Vladimir Putin's summit began in chaos on Wednesday as journalists pushed to get inside to document the historic event with many of them being left outside.   Part of the small pool of reporters that travel with the president at all times was left outside. The reporters were pushed and shoved by security officials and Russian media, according...
    President Joe Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin met on Wednesday, kicking off their long-anticipated meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. The two leaders briefly shook hands before entering the 18th-century Swiss villa for the summit. Putin and Biden spoke briefly to the press at the top of the meeting with the help of an interpreter, but the audio was very poor....
    GENEVA (AP) — GENEVA — President Joe Biden’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin began with minutes of unusually fierce shoving and shouting among U.S. and Russian journalists and security forces. Organizers at Wednesday’s summit in Geneva opened the meeting room to journalists for what’s normally a few minutes of news media filming and shouting questions before talks start. On...
    President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin did not answer any questions from reporters outside a Swiss villa before kicking off several hours of bilateral meetings in Geneva on Wednesday. "Will you find common ground?" one American reporter shouted in the posh Swiss city. Neither leader answered amid a bevy of tense issues on which they have begun discussions....
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    Attorney General Merrick Garland met with top executives at CNN, The New York Times and Washington Post Monday in the aftermath of revelations that gag orders were imposed while the Trump administration Department of Justice worked to seize emails of national security reporters.  In a statement, the DOJ called the meeting a "productive conversation," noting that media executives and Garland "agreed on the need for strong, durable rules."  During the discussion, the DOJ also made clear that...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin dominated the conversation at President Biden's press conference from the NATO summit on Monday, but none of the reporters who were called on asked about the growing geopolitical threat posed by China.  Like at previous press conferences, Biden handpicked reporters from a prepared list. The subjects addressed were limited since the vast majority of the questions...
    Reporters waited three hours for President Joe Biden before he appeared late to his press conference in Brussels on Monday. “Thank you all so very much, sorry you’re all here so late,” Biden said as he left the podium after only answering questions from five reporters selected by his staff. The entire press conference lasted about 25 minutes. The press...
    Officials from the Department of Justice told media executives from CNN, The New York Times, and The Washington Post that its journalists were not being targeted when the previous administration seized their phone and email records, according to a readout of the meeting Monday.  “During the discussion, the department made clear that reporters were never the subject or the target...
    Frustrated U.S. reporters across several mainstream outlets called out President Biden on Monday for excluding them from a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the last minute, leaving them confused and forced to rely on Erdogan’s communications team for public updates. The U.S. press pool that accompanied Biden on the trip was initially granted access to the meeting...
    CNN correspondent Barbara Starr was one of the journalists whose records the Trump Justice Department secretly tried to obtain, and on Monday she penned an op-ed decrying it as a “sheer abuse of power.” Starr was unaware of these efforts until May 2021, when CNN general counsel David Vigilante — who was under a gag order — told her about...
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    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer hammered former President Donald Trump's Department of Justice for secretly seizing records from Democrats and journalists during his Sunday news conference.  'What has happened here are fingerprints of a dictatorship, not a democracy,' Schumer said.   Schumer said Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division John Demers, who's planning to resign from the department, as well...
    Jailed Belarus journalist Roman Protasevich was paraded at a press conference in Minsk on Monday, telling reporters he felt 'wonderful' and had 'no complaints'.  The 26-year-old activist who was arrested when his Ryanair flight was forced to land on May 23, assured reporters he had not been beaten at the conference where officials presented their version of events.  Protasevich sat alongside...