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Jack Smith Has Rudy Giuliani Docs About Trump’s Coup, McCarthy Teases Impeachment of Biden, Biden ‘Was Never in Business With His Son’

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Jack Smith Now Has Thousands Of Pages Of Rudy Giuliani Docs About Trump’s Coup Plot

Rudy Giuliani had his old pal Bernie Kerik working for him on the Trump coup plot, and now Kerik has turned over thousands of pages of documents to Jack Smith.

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Lobby Against Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)
McCarthy Teases Impeachment Inquiry Into Biden: ‘We Will Follow This All the Way to the End’

Joe Biden says he has never been involved in his son’s business ventures, but Republicans claim they have evidence suggesting that’s false.

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KJP Definitively States That President Biden ‘Was Never in Business with His Son’

This direct statement is not the answer KJP usually provides when she gets any question related to Hunter Biden and the ongoing congressional probe into his business activities.

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Lobby Against Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO)
Lauren Boebert tries to justify throwing out memorial pin for Uvalde victim

“I recognized him as a man who came at me very aggressively just a few weeks prior during a press conference,” Boebert said.

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Heat wave expands across the U.S., as Southwest continues to swelter

This week could bring the hottest week of the summer to tens of millions across the Lower 48 states.

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US Supreme Court faces ‘outright defiance’ from Alabama

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, a Republican, seemed to defend the legislature’s insolence in the face of the federal courts’ orders when it approved the new map Friday.

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Democratic memo takes aim at GOP-released FBI form with Biden-Burisma allegations

Democrats on the House Oversight and Accountability Committee are poking holes in GOP arguments that President Biden is corrupt

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Israeli government passes law to limit Supreme Court power, defying mass protests

The controversial bill passed by a vote of 64-0 in the Knesset. All members of the governing coalition voted in favor the bill, while all opposition lawmakers walked out of the chamber as the vote was taking place.

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Arkansas man gets four-year term for beating Capitol officer with flagpole

Peter Francis Stager struck the Metropolitan police department officer with his flagpole at least three times as other rioters pulled the officer, head first, into the crowd.

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Club for Growth readies fund to boost Boebert, Gaetz and other McCarthy antagonists

The Club’s primary goal will be to defend the five freshmen members of the group who are especially vulnerable: Reps. Eli Crane (R-Ariz.), Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.), Josh Brecheen (R-Okla.), Andy Ogles (R-Tenn.) and Keith Self (R-Texas).

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DOJ sues Texas and Gov. Greg Abbott over Rio Grande barrier

The lawsuit alleges that Abbott violated the law by building structures in the Rio Grande River without authorization, creating an obstruction in U.S. waters.

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Carlee Russell says she lied about seeing a lost child and being abducted

It remains unclear why Russell fabricated a story of a stranded child, as well as why she went off radar for two days.

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3 separate suitcases found floating in Florida waterway contained remains of one woman

The unidentified woman was found in the suitcases Friday in the Intracoastal Waterway, according to the Delray Beach Police Department.

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Miami-Dade Police Chief’s Shooting Was Self-Inflicted, Officials Say

Freddy Ramirez was in critical but stable condition after suffering a head wound Sunday night, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.

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The Actors’ Strike Is Already Changing TikTok. Here’s How

With Hollywood in an uproar over union negotiations, content creators are self-policing their own community

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