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Senate Republicans called Tuesday on inspectors general to investigate possible collusion between the Biden administration and the National Education Association on squelching pushback over critical race theory in schools.
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar posted a video Tuesday saying he took part in "no wrongdoing" after FBI agents last week conducted a search at the Texas Democrat's home, which was part of an investigation that relates to the former Soviet ...
Gun owners would be required to carry liability insurance and pay a fee in the city of San Jose that officials say would be the first of its kind in the United States, following a trend of other Democratic-led cities that have sought to rein in ...
"If the [Ukraine] conflict were to escalate to a war between the United States and Russia, few Americans believe that either side would emerge victorious," according to an analysis of new polling data.
A conservative advocacy group is spending $1.5 million on ads pressuring Sen. Joe Manchin III and other moderate Democrats to oppose resuscitating President Biden's big-spending Build Back Better Act.
The major broadcast networks covered for President Biden following an unusual moment in the White House. During a press conference on Monday, Fox News reporter Peter Doocy posed a last-minute question on inflation to President Biden -- who ...
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