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The future of war will be very different, the general stressed
ICE removals fell nearly 80% from 2019, the last full pre-pandemic year under Trump
Biden said if monkeypox spreads it will be “consequential”
Rodeo professionals were able to capture the bull less than half a mile from the arena
Law enforcement seized the illicit drugs and the vehicle
The committee subpoenaed Giuliani and four other members of the Trump legal team in January.
President Joe Biden reportedly wants to remove the IRGC from the designated terrorist organization list
Medical assistant facing decades in prison over multiple counts.
Teenager disappeared from NBA game in Texas last month.
With targeted staff cuts, new corporate ethos, streamer takes stand for creative independence against identitarian conformity.
Social services provider Family Endeavors’ link to Biden transition provokes investigative scrutiny by the press and spending watchdogs in public and nonprofit sectors.
Health authorities have been scrambling to determine source of mystery cases.
Expansion rate of universe has long baffled and intrigued cosmologists
China’s ongoing COVID lockdown said to be cause of economic slowdown.
Law would require federal licensing for guns via the Department of Justice.
Wow! Signal has baffled astronomers for decades.
The president’s approval rating keeps getting lower and lower
Rhode Island, this week, approved cannabis legislation in each chamber of the Legislature
De blasio’s candidacy follows him leaving as mayor with low approval ratings and failed 2020 White House bid
Dr. Mehmet Oz currently holds a narrow 1,079 vote lead
National Labor Relations Board can’t punish conservative publisher’s joke tweet, appeals court rules
The case was notable for drawing a friend-of-the-court brief from the late satirist P.J. O’Rourke.
Overall, Americans did not think the economy was doing well before the stock market declines this week.
Former President Donald Trump will reportedly not be making any more appearances on behalf of the Perdue campaign
Russia’s saber rattling comes as Sweden and Finland have submitted formal bids to join NATO
Musk, who’s made a controversial, multi-billion dollar bid to buy Twitter, predicted Thursday a “dirty tricks campaign” would soon emerge
SEC’s bad month continues as 5th Circuit rules Congress can’t give agency “unfettered authority” to choose between federal court and in-house administrative law judges for… Read More »Real courts clip wings of agency courts, reject power to police humor, deny right to jury trial
The surrender of Azovstal marks the end of the brutal siege
Global accord under discussion would increase power of WHO, enshrine global COVID-19 response, critics warn.
The map eliminates the district currently represented by Al Lawson (D).
State launched an investigation following complaints about seven Georgia that StoneMor Inc. operates.
“The world is totally upside down when I have to introduce legislation signifying a woman versus a man,” said Lesko
Sussmann trial testimony confirms earlier CIA, FBI evidence that Hillary Clinton approved dirtying up Trump with unproven Russia allegations.
“There is an expectation from voters within the state of Arizona that their lawmakers show up for work on a daily basis,” complainant says.
Manhattan judge last month declared Trump in contempt and fined him $10,000 a day for not complying with the subpoena
Every other Republican Congressional nominee will be chosen through a June 21 primary, as will every Democratic Congressional nominee.
Powerful Maloney intends to run in newly redrawn district represented by freshman Rep. Mondaire Jones
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said the new law would save many lives
Lawsuit says primary candidates certified a week after court ruled new 26-district map featured districts unfairly tilted toward Dems.
The move comes amid the Supreme Court’s expected overturn of the Roe v. Wade abortion precedent
The bureau said eight states were likely overcounted: Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island and Utah.
Kirby has been the top spokesman at the Pentagon since the beginning of the Biden administration.
Title 42 is a pandemic order that allows border agents to eject migrants from the U.S. if they came from somewhere facing a communicable disease.
One person was taken into custody and a weapon was recovered, police said
Many outlets smeared the revelations as Russian disinformation during the 2020 election
The Trump-era health policy has allowed border officials to expel migrants due to COVID-19 concerns.
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Manchin’s comments come as gas prices continue to soar
Michael Sussmann met with the then-general counsel for the FBI to give him information regarding the Trump-Russia collusion allegation.
Schmitt’s suit contends the school districts arbitrarily set a benchmark to require masks