Belgian students face trial over initiation death
Abbott orders second special session to pass GOP voting bill after Democrats fled in protest
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordered a second special legislative session on Thursday in a new attempt to pass a GOP voting bill after Democrats left the state in protest, attempting to prevent the measure from changing the state's election laws.
Longtime AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Dies at 72
Richard Trumka, the longtime president of the AFL-CIO and Democratic ally, died unexpectedly on Thursday, according to a union spokesperson.
Cori Bush defends private security at Capitol: 'You would rather me die?'
Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) on Thursday said she still supports defunding the police, despite having spent tens of thousands of dollars on personal security this year."Defunding the police has to happen. We need to defund the police and put that money into...
Covid vaccinations surging in states hit hardest by latest wave of infections
Over the last 24 hours, the U.S. saw the highest number of daily shots administered since July 3, with 864,000 vaccinations administered.
Book Returned to Pa. Library 50 Years Late With $20 & Funny Note on Family's 'Running Joke'
Months Ago, an Ex-Salt Lake City Police Officer Was Charged for Storming the U.S. Capitol. Now, the Feds Charged His Stepmother-in-Law.
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Justice Department opens civil rights investigation into Phoenix police
Texas governor calls second special session for GOP's push to change election laws
Who is Kathy Hochul, Cuomo’s potential successor as N.Y. governor?
Mask Mandate Bans Spark Confusion, Concern as Unvaccinated Kids Head to School
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A New Documentary Reminds Viewers of Barack Obama’s Pure Political Skill
DOJ opening 'pattern or practice' investigation into Phoenix Police Department, city
US to probe Phoenix police over abuse, force allegations
Perseid meteor shower 2021 peaks soon: How to watch the stunning show
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Tennessee Courts Say Biden's New Eviction Moratorium 'Not Applicable' in State