Exonerated Man Who Mike Pence Wouldn't Pardon Sues Police Over Wrongful Conviction
A 50-year-old Indiana man who spent 10 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit has sued, claiming that police framed him. Earlier this year, Keith Cooper, whom Mike Pence declined to exonerate while he was governor, became the first person in Indiana history pardoned for innocence.
Mike Pence Will Skip A Big Michigan GOP Conference After All
“Just too much to do back in Washington,” an adviser told BuzzFeed News. But Pence's interest in the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference became known around the time his jam-packed political schedule began raising eyebrows — and questions about 2020.
It Sounds Like The White House Is Getting Involved In The Ohio Republican Governor’s Race
While in Ohio this week, the vice president told an audience that he “was for Jim Renacci before it was cool.” Renacci is citing the remarks as evidence that he’s the Trump administration’s preferred candidate. Pence’s people say its not an endorsement.
Trump Is Launching A Commission To Investigate Widespread Voter Fraud Even Though There's No Evidence It Exists
Trump, who claimed with no evidence that voter fraud led to Hillary Clinton receiving more votes in the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election, is making a good on his promise to probe election practices.
Pence Votes To Break A Tie To Allow States To Defund Planned Parenthood
A bill overturning an Obama administration rule protecting funding for health clinics, including those that provide abortions, now heads to President Trump's desk to become law, thanks to a tie-breaking vote from Vice President Mike Pence.
Indiana's New Governor Pardoned A Wrongfully Convicted Man After Mike Pence Delayed It For Years
The Indiana parole board unanimously recommended that then-Gov. Mike Pence pardon Keith Cooper, but he failed to act. Now, the new Indiana governor has made Cooper the first man in the state's history to be pardoned based on a claim of innocence.
Pence Promises House Republicans Trump Will Fulfill Campaign Promises On Day One
In a meeting that members said was heavy on messaging and light on specifics, Vice President-elect Mike Pence said Donald Trump would begin taking action and repealing President Obama's executive orders on Inauguration Day, including on health care.