Three Michigan women face voter fraud charges tied to 2020 election
Sinema rakes in Pharma and finance cash amid reconciliation negotiations
The senator raised more than $1.1 million in the third quarter. About 90 percent of it came from outside her home state.
Two Conservative members of Biden's Supreme Court commission quit
Caleb Nelson, who clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas, and Jack Goldsmith, who worked in the George W. Bush administration, both resigned from the commission.
Ron Watkins, Alleged QAnon Founder, Announces Run for Congress
"Trump had his election stolen, not just in Arizona but in other states, too," Watkins said during his campaign announcement.
5-Year-Old Boy Becomes Honorary Miami Police Chief Months After House Fire That Killed Mom
"It's amazing. It’s a dream for him. He loves policemen," said TJ Mack's grandmother, Angel Lankford
Former President Bill Clinton hospitalized for urological infection, sepsis but 'on the mend'
Bill Clinton at age 75 was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center for a urological infection that turned into sepsis.
A Russian spacecraft pushed the space station out of position and sent astronauts into emergency mode - again
UN extends Haiti mission by nine months
Unvaccinated Adults 11 Times More Likely To Die of COVID-19: CDC
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Biden press secretary Jen Psaki may have violated ethics law with comment on Virginia race, watchdog says
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On The Money — Big businesses side with Biden in Texas vaccine standoff
The Soviet space engineer who inspires Elon Musk
Climate activists resume weeklong protest at Capitol
Jen Psaki Pledges to ‘Be More Careful’ to Avoid Hatch Act Violations After Ethics Complaint
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University of Delaware students are using TikTok to get millions of people to care about their campus protests over a brutal assault
Capitol Police officer charged with obstructing riot investigation