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Utah Prosecutor Sorry After Telling Candidate Who Disturbed His Nap To ‘Kindly Die’

A top Utah prosecutor could face disciplinary action after he sent a profane, threatening email to a local council member,…

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Capitol Rioter Indicted Under Rarely Used Gun Law Written To Target Black Activists

A grand jury has invoked a rarely used federal statute to indict a Capitol defendant who repeatedly admitted transporting a…

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Republicans Rip Joe Manchin’s Proposed Voting ‘Compromise’

Senate Republicans made clear on Thursday they oppose all Democratic ideas aiming to overhaul the nation’s voting systems ― even…

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Joe Biden Signs Juneteenth Holiday Bill Into Law

President Joe Biden signed a rare piece of legislation on Thursday: a bill creating the first new federal holiday since…

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Gun-Waving St. Louis Couple Pleads Guilty To Misdemeanor Assault Charges

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis couple who gained notoriety for pointing guns at social justice demonstrators last year…

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Obama Says Affordable Care Act ‘Is Here To Stay’ After Supreme Court Ruling

Former President Barack Obama said that the Affordable Care Act, one of his crowning policy achievements, is secure after the…

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Biden Celebrates Obamacare Ruling With A Blast From The Past

Obamacare has survived yet another Supreme Court ruling, inspiring President Joe Biden to dust off one of his greatest gaffes…

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Texas Governor Signs Bill To Allow Permit-Free Gun Carrying

People in Texas will soon be able to carry a handgun in public without obtaining a license, completing training or…

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GOP Voters Believe Trump’s Lie That Arizona’s Sham Audit Could Overturn His Election Loss

Arizona Republicans’ so-called audit of the 2020 election is a charade driven by conspiracy theories and outright lies that has…

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House Vote Tees Up Congress To Revoke Iraq War Authorization

The House of Representatives voted Thursday to repeal the 2002 legislation that permitted the invasion of Iraq. It was a…

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