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Add Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to the list of Democrats giving Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer a nudge out the door. Pressed by CNN host Dana Bash, the New York Democrat said Sunday she would be “inclined to say yes” on whether Justice Breyer, a member of the high court’s
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A year ago, predictions that the most likely contenders to pick up the pieces from the Bill de Blasio regime would be the most centrist candidates would have gotten you laughed out of the room in a New York minute.
Sheriff's deputies in Volusia County were forced to fire on a 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy after they reportedly opened fire on them from a home they broke into.
New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay has humiliated her employer.
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Sen. Ron Johnson said he is hopeful enough Republican senators will flip against a plan from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer that the plan could sink when the Senate comes back from Memorial Day recess.
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According to Church teachings, Catholic politicians are required to prevent the sins of others to the best of their ability. President Joe Biden is doing the opposite.
One video showed Cruz's dog Snowflake looking at the protesters through the front door, reminiscent of the time the poodle was photographed after the senator ditched him and millions of Texans freezing in a deadly winter storm for a Cancun vacation.
Once a former NFL, now Jack Brewer is now speaking out against leftist claims of systemic racism and other dividing ideologies.
(Updated 4:40 p.m. with reactions.) Releasing a previously withheld investigatory report, school officials revealed that the principal of a majority-minority school had used the “n-word” at least four times on two occasions with staffers, in addition to incidents involving “hysterical shouting” and “slamming on the desk.”
Shootings broke out across the country during Juneteenth weekend celebrations, following President Joe Biden declaring it a national holiday.
Parents are fighting back and preparing a lawsuit in response to Indiana University's recent decision to impose a vaccine mandate on their students, staff, and faculty.
Laurel Hubbard, who previously competed in male weightlifting competitions, will be the first man to compete in a female event at the Olympics.
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A 24-year-old father of two was allegedly shot in the street Saturday night during a celebration for Puerto Rican People’s Day in Chicago.
A federal judge pushed back on the CDC's COVID power grab on Friday in a lawsuit challenging the agency's mandate that cruise passengers be vaccinated.
Health insurance companies within Pennsylvania could be required to provide more robust data to a specific group of small businesses, based on a recently introduced bill. But officials within the insurance industry say the change, if adopted, could lead to a series of ripple effects.