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1 year ago

The Supreme Court denies Trump's bid to block release of records to Jan. 6 panel

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Biden acknowledges his team should have done more COVID testing earlier

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Democrats fail to change Senate rules to overcome GOP opposition on voting rights

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Jan. 6 panel seeks phone records from Eric Trump and Kimberly Guilfoyle

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Supreme Court hears arguments on campaign finance law, issues statement on NPR report

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A push to ban members of Congress from trading individual stocks gains momentum

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A year after mobilizing for Biden, young supporters feel let down on immigration

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Biden's latest picks include 1st Muslim woman nominated to serve as a federal judge

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New York's attorney general says Trump's company misled banks, tax officials

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Rudy Giuliani and other lawyers tied to false election claims

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Trump officials interfered with the 2020 census beyond cutting it short, email shows

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Biden's bad week and the unreality of great expectations

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Republican Rep. John Katko, who voted for Trump's impeachment, is retiring

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A Wisconsin judge rules absentee ballot drop boxes are not allowed under state law

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