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It’s A Crazy Day In Washington?! What Candidate Survives Legal, Ageism and Nepotism Charges?

Donald Trump Charged With More Federal Crimes In Classified Documents Case

The former president had already faced 37 federal felony counts over his handling of sensitive material after he left the White House.

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Trump Reacts To New Charges By Attacking Biden and Jack Smith With Namecalling and Baseless Accusations

On Thursday evening, Trump’s presidential campaign emailed a statement to the media that featured familiar insults and the claim that the prosecutions against him are politically motivated and are being directed by the president.

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Stefanik argues new charges against Trump show ‘our justice system is broken’

“The American people understand that Joe Biden and his administration are engulfed in one of the biggest political corruption scandals of all time,” Stefanik said in a statement.

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What comes next for Hunter Biden after plea deal derails?

US President Joe Biden’s son faces a criminal case and investigations in Congress.

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Karine Jean-Pierre Cuts Off Reporter, Declares ‘No’ On Biden Pardoning Hunter After Plea Deal Chaos

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre emphatically rejected the idea of President Joe Biden pardoning his son.

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Dianne Feinstein, 90, appears confused at Senate hearing — had to be prompted to vote

Feinstein, who has faced calls to resign due to her health, remained awkwardly silent when it was her turn to cast her vote.

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Lobby Against Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
McConnell seeks to silence GOP speculation about his future

After an on-camera freeze-up, the longest-serving Senate party leader of all time is making clear he’s not going anywhere.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)
Eric Swalwell Called Kevin McCarthy A ‘P***y’ During House Dust-Up

Things got heated between the California politicians after a recent vote to censure Rep. Adam Schiff.

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Justice Dept. Opens Civil Rights Investigation of Memphis Police

The department will examine allegations of pervasive problems with excessive force and unlawful stops of Black residents that were amplified by the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols.

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Hawley Shrugs Off Latest Mar-a-Lago Defendant as Just a ‘Random’ Person

The GOP senator, who voted to overturn the 2020 election, complained on Fox News about the Justice Department’s “subversion of the rule of law.”

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‘Jackasses,’ ‘little s‑‑‑‑’: GOP congressman curses out teenage Senate pages

Rep. Derrick Van Orden (R-Wis.) is in hot water after he cursed out a group of teenage Senate pages in the Capitol rotunda early Thursday morning.

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‘Dangerous’: Biden doubles down on Tuberville’s military holds

The president invoked the names of two potentially historic nominees during a speech at the Truman Civil Rights Symposium.

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Homeland Security short billions due to border efforts

The gaping deficit is a reminder of the extensive resources the border has demanded.

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Changing Meta’s algorithms did not help US political polarization, study finds

Study of Facebook and Instagram data from 2020 election shows chronological lists had no measurable impact on polarization.

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Scientists Resurrected an Extinct Animal Frozen for 46,000 Years in Siberia

“Their evolution was literally suspended for 40k years,” wrote one scientist of the revived nematodes from a species unknown to science until now.

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Harmful affects of travel restrictions for women seeking Abortions.
By: Domonica Bryan

Ladies and gentlemen, it is imperative that we address the issue of restricting women from traveling out of state for abortions. As advocates for equality and women’s rights, we must vehemently oppose any legislation that infringes upon a woman’s autonomy, bodily integrity, and right to choose. It is high time that we reevaluate our perspectives and embrace a more progressive mindset that respects women’s healthcare decisions, regardless of state borders.

I firmly believe in the principle of bodily autonomy, whereby each person has the right to make decisions about their own body. Restricting women from traveling out of state for abortions denies them this fundamental right. Such restrictions unjustly place personal decisions about family planning into the hands of politicians rather than respecting the individual’s autonomy and informed choices.

Traveling out of state for abortions places an additional burden on women, particularly those with limited financial means. Restricting their access to safe and legal procedures forces them to endure increased financial, emotional, and logistical challenges. Denying them the option to have an abortion in their own state perpetuates inequality, particularly for low-income women who may have difficulty affording the costs associated with out-of-state travel.

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