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Capitol Police Request That National Guard Extend Stay In Washington By 60 Days

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Mississippi Governor To Sign Bill To Ban Transgender Athletes From Women’s Sports

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Newsom strikes school reopening deal with California lawmakers

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John Kerry Laments ‘4 Terribly Lost Years’ Of Climate Change Setbacks Under Trump

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Treasury to Invest $9 Billion in Minority Communities

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Interior Secretary Nominee Deb Haaland Clears Senate Committee

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Joe Biden Calls Southern States Lifting Mask Mandates ‘Neanderthal Thinking’

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Brian Kemp Says He’d ‘Absolutely’ Back Trump — Who Called Him A ‘Nut Job’ — In 2024

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The BBC has issued an apology and started an investigation after airing an interview with a man who posed as

Newt Gingrich Makes Bonkers Transgender Claim On Fox News

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich took right-wing criticism of President Joe Biden’s policy initiatives to WTF levels on Fox News

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