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After an Iowa man challenged the former vice president about his age and claimed he sent his son to work in Ukraine, Biden snapped.
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State officials are investigating who was involved in photo of a recent correctional officer training class.
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“How can he be innocent now, if there’s all this evidence of how he’s acted to obstruct justice then?” asked Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
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The California Republican faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine after being charged with misappropriating campaign funds.
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“Those doors shouldn’t be closed," the senator said of her 2020 presidential rival.
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Now ethics advocates are calling on him to stop dodging questions.
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Climbers use something very high tech: A ladder.
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“I'm very glad that Mr. Buttigieg is worried that I have been too easy on upper-income people,” the 2020 presidential candidate joked.
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Georgia is the latest example of the president looking to ensure a loyal Republican candidate.
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Legislation to renew the landmark 1994 law has stalled in the Senate, where Republicans aren't even united on their own bill.
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More than 20 House Republicans have decided to give up their seats after this congressional session.
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The letter comes after a report detailed McKinsey's recommendations to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, including cutting medical and food costs for detainees.
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The White House counselor also suggested that the Canadian prime minister and other world leaders were "jealous" of how Trump "commands a room."
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The House speaker's "status" update on the impeachment proceedings followed several weeks of hearings.
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Mass murderers are listed as real estate investors or doctors, and white supremacists get the titles of "writer" and "publisher."
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The congresswoman has a bill to combat the disproportionately punitive discipline of Black and brown students in school.
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The troop discussions came as the Trump administration accused Iranian security forces of killing more than 1,000 people in crackdowns against recent protests.
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The men said that letting the Justice Department carry out their executions would allow it to implement protocols that a lower court had considered unlawful.