President Joe Biden signed an executive order aiming to bolster job opportunities for military and veteran spouses whose careers are often disrupted by their loved ones' deployments. Less than 100 miles away at the state's Republican Party convention on Friday evening, GOP presidential contender, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, vowed to restore the former name of the base if voters elect him president.
The Senate Judiciary Committee advanced legislation Wednesday that bans “compelled speech” in hiring for state agencies and creates a list of beliefs that cannot be promote in state government workplaces. Some lawmakers have previously equated those same concepts to “critical race theory.”
The former president has been charged with 34 felonies for his role in falsifying business records in order to conceal an illegal conspiracy to undermine an election. He pleaded not guilty. Join NPR as we unpack key moments.