Proposed NY bill would ban elephant captivation
The proposed piece of legislation if passed would directly impact the Bronx Zoo, which would be the first elephant captivity ban in the country.
Reedy Creek District boards meets after State takeover
The board of supervisors for the Reedy Creek District will meet for the first time on Wednesday since taking control from Disney.
Mayor Adams pushes his way into National politics
The 2024 Presidential Election may seem like a long way off, but pieces are already settling into place for what is likely going to be another bruising election battle. Mayor Eric Adams is expected...
Ron DeSantis’ book raises rumors of Presidential run
More people are wondering if Gov. Ron DeSantis will launch a campaign for the White House in 2024.
Prosecutors investigate Turkish governments after quake
Turkish gov’t has acknowledged some of its laws & legal procedures may have to be changed or updated after the Turkish people demand answers over their recent tragedy.
How a cyber attack paralyzed a German county
Pay a ransom? Yes or no? A group of hackers took over the computers of a German administration and encrypts the data. What can cyber security experts do?
MSU students protest at State Capitol over gun laws
On the first day classes resumed at Michigan State University, protests were held calling for gun reform.
Council removes iconic Banksy artwork
A local council in the UK has removed part of a piece of art by Banksy on the grounds of 'safety'. The freezer in a Valentines Day display that Banksy says was a depiction of domestic violence was ...
Female candidate first in Nigeria
Al Jazeera meets the woman looking to become Nigeria's first female state governor, activists say changing attitude and strength in numbers are making Ahmed a front runner in the race.
Berlin elections: Swing to the right for the first time in two decades
Projections suggest a Christian Democratic Union win in Berlin for the first time in two decades.
Chris Hipkins lays out policies as NZ Prime Minister
There is a new prime minister in New Zealand. His name is Chris Hipkins and he signaled a policy overhaul and is vowing to prioritize the economy. Ben Westcott reports on Bloomberg Television.
No house speaker after eleven rounds of voting
The House is back at it Friday, with Republicans trying to elect their new House speaker after three grueling days and 11 failed votes. Congresswoman Kat Cammack weighs in.
House's struggle to elect a new Speaker, explained
A small group of Republicans continue to refuse to support House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy for speaker, leaving the House in limbo and unable to swear in members or conduct any business at all. SMU...
Republicans in disarray over failed Speaker votes
Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was failing anew to win the House speakership Wednesday in dramatic fourth round voting as the chamber plunged into Day Two of the new Congress with no end in site ...
House adjourns without electing new Speaker
After three tries Republicans failed to get the votes required to select a new Speaker of the House. Expected speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) split votes with Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).
Kevin McCarthy fails to win House Speaker vote
A new generation of Trump-aligned Republicans is leading the opposition to Kevin McCarthy, saying he isn't conservative enough or tough enough to battle Democrats.
McCarthy faces uphill battle on House Speaker vote
Stuart Kaiser, Citi's head of US equity trading strategy, discusses the outlook for corporate earnings in the first quarter of 2023 with Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg The Open."poli
New Congress convenes amid leadership uncertainty
The new Congress opens with House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy grasping for his political survival, with the potential to become the first nominee for speaker in 100 years to fail to win initia...
CDC issues strep throat health advisory
There's been a recent surge in invasive strep infections, which has caused the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a health advisory. And a shortage of the antibiotic used to treat ...
Preview of the 2023 U.S. political landscape
American politics will look a lot different in 2023. There is more uncertainty, more gridlock, and likely a whole lot of 2024 announcements. Uncertainty begins with who will be the Speaker of the H...
House passes $1.7 trillion spending bill
A $1.7 trillion spending bill financing federal agencies through September and providing more aid to a devastated Ukraine is expected to clear the House on Friday as lawmakers race to finish their ...
California moves to ban petrol cars
California lawmakers are expected to pass a sweeping plan to restrict and ultimately ban the sale of gasoline-powered cars — a move that the state’s governor described as the beginning of the end f...
NYC Council unveils monkeypox plans
Council members who are a part of the LGBTQ Caucus unveiled what they say is the first major legislative package in the nation to address monkeypox.
State abortion bans and protections take affect
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that had provided a constitutional right to abortion. Different states have laws and protections that will soon go into af...
NYC offers monkeypox vaccine in U.S. first
New York City health officials are among the first in the nation to make the monkeypox vaccine available to those most at risk, and have opened a vaccination clinic in Chelsea, but there are alread...
AZ House Speaker recalls Jan. 6 testimony
Bowers said efforts by Trump’s backers have harmed the nation, undercut trust in elections and the right of people to vote their conscience. "I just think it is horrendous. It’s terrible," Bowers s...
California signs executive order for crypto
One U.S. state known for being the birthplace of technical innovation is now moving to embrace cryptocurrency as no other state has before. California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order la...
California declares 'voice of reason' in abortion debate
Advocates in California are seeking to transform the US state into an abortion haven, as millions of people across the United States may soon need to travel thousands of kilometres in search of care.
Russian politician flees after speaking out
Nina Belyave, a councillor from Voronezh, decided it was too dangerous to stay in Russia after speaking out against the invasion of Ukraine.