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Us Secret Service Ends Cocaine Investigation; Domestic Abusers Are Using Abortion Bans to Control Their Victims; Republicans Vote Down Greene, Gaetz Ukraine Bills

White House cocaine: US Secret Service ends investigation

It said it had attempted to determine a suspect through fingerprints, DNA traces and video evidence, but had not been able to do so.

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Domestic Abusers Are Using Abortion Bans to Control Their Victims

After Roe v. Wade fell, the National Domestic Violence Hotline saw a 99-percent increase in callers reporting that people were trying to control their reproductive choices.

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Majority of Republicans vote down Greene, Gaetz Ukraine bills

Five House Republican-backed initiatives to curtail aid to Ukraine using the annual Pentagon policy bill were shot down Thursday afternoon in votes that saw a consensus from both sides of the aisle…

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The GOP’s anti-FBI turn, explained

Republicans’ war on the FBI is really about protecting Trump.

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Expanding heat wave prompts alerts for 115 million people

Extreme heat is the number one weather-related killer in an average year in the U.S.

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House adopts controversial amendments as defense bill passage hangs in the balance

While GOP leaders made a major concession to conservative members by allowing the controversial amendment votes, it’s still not clear if a critical mass of hardline conservatives will support final passage.

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House Republican Scolded For Saying ‘Colored People’ During Floor Speech: ‘Offensive and Very Inappropriate’

Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ) had his words stricken from the record after he used the term “colored people” during an argument with Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH).

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Fascist Mamas For DeSantis Say They Won’t Be Silenced But They Actually Sound Pretty Screechy

Evidently inspired by her raging bigot of a husband’s WTF ad with oiled beefcakes and serial killers, Casey DeSantis, aka “America’s Karen,” released her own overwrought plug – cue Nazi marching music.

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House Votes to Limit Abortion Access in the Military, Bowing to the Right

G.O.P. leaders acceded to the demands of ultraconservatives to use the annual defense policy bill to lodge cultural grievances and protest continued U.S. support for Ukraine.

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Bipartisan Measure Aims to Force Release of U.F.O. Records

Legislation backed by Chuck Schumer, the Senate majority leader, would create a review board to declassify documents related to unidentified aerial phenomena across the government.

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Hunter Biden’s Lawyer Sends Trump a Cease-and-Desist Letter: Report

An attorney for the first son said Trump’s constant attacks have “caused harm” and may lead to “[Hunter Biden’s] or his family’s injury.”

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Lauren Boebert Can’t Decide Who She Wants To Impeach First

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) can’t keep track of all the Biden administration officials she wants to impeach.

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SAG-AFTRA Calls History-Making Strike as Talks With Studios Collapse

The development will likely bring all remaining U.S. union physical production to a halt as Hollywood’s writers also continue their work stoppage.

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Burning pavement, scalding water hoses: Perils of a Phoenix heat wave

Phoenix is in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave of feverish days and suffocating nights. On these days, even tiny mistakes can have grave consequences.

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Aspartame may cause cancer, global health body says

One of the world’s most common, and most studied, sweeteners comes under the microscope again. It is determined to be a “possible carcinogen” and yet acceptable daily intake remains unchanged.

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