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Kennedy defeats Norcross-backed Harrison in New Jersey's 2nd District House race

Kennedy defeats Norcross-backed Harrison in New Jersey's 2nd District House race

3 hours ago   |   Politico   |   4 articles

Amy Kennedy, a former school teacher and member of one of the nation's most famous political dynasties, defeated political science professor Brigid Harrison on Tuesday to win...
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The Case Against Rosemary Becchi

4 hours ago   |   DCCC

“Mikie has shown she has the right priorities for New Jerseyans: reaching across the aisle, bringing folks together and working with everyone to get things done. Like when she...
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Trump, heading to New Hampshire, needs campaign shake-up

8 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

President Trump desperately needs a campaign shake-up, and his attempt to rally supporters in a liberal hotbed of New Hampshire shows why. The planned rally on Saturday night...
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Florida politicians and Democratic Party got loans through PPP

Florida politicians and Democratic Party got loans through PPP

9 hours ago   |   Politico

TALLAHASSEE - Top Florida Republicans and allies of President Donald Trump, as well as the Florida Democratic Party, have received millions worth of taxpayer loans through the...
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Pence, Azar reassure governors Trump won't end virus emergency declaration

Pence, Azar reassure governors Trump won't end virus emergency declaration

10 hours ago   |   Politico

Vice President Mike Pence and HHS Secretary Alex Azar strongly indicated to governors that the Trump administration will extend the coronavirus public health emergency before...
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Republicans Want To Make Sure You Can't Sue Your Boss If You Get Sick

Republicans Want To Make Sure You Can't Sue Your Boss If You Get Sick

10 hours ago   |   The Huffington Post

Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell is worried about an "epidemic of lawsuits" against businesses as the coronavirus pummels workers.
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Legislature to continue policing, bonding negotiations in special session Monday

11 hours ago   |   Star Tribune

Democratic legislators called on Republicans to act on police reforms Tuesday.
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Point of No Return

13 hours ago   |   Real Clear Politics

Onald Trump gave the greatest speech of his career on Friday night at Mount Rushmore, an address that will soon take on historic importance. The president has now forced his...
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Trump Warned Of Humiliating Defeat If He Vetoes Renaming Confederate Bases

13 hours ago   |   Politicus USA

Trump is being warned by Senate Republicans that they will override his veto if he vetoes the NDAA over renaming bases named after confederates.
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Lauren Boebert: “QAnon is a lot of things to different people”

13 hours ago   |   DCCC

Boebert doubles down on connection to conspiracy theories Lauren Boebert is trying to do damage control around her support for QAnon - a baseless conspiracy theory whose...
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Chief Justice Roberts was hospitalized after head injury

Chief Justice Roberts was hospitalized after head injury

Chief Justice John Roberts fell last month while walking, received stitches to close a wound on his head and spent the night in the hospital, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said... Read more ...

Kennedy defeats Norcross-backed Harrison in New Jersey's 2nd District House race

Kennedy defeats Norcross-backed Harrison in New Jersey's 2nd District House race

Amy Kennedy, a former school teacher and member of one of the nation's most famous political dynasties, defeated political science professor Brigid Harrison on Tuesday to win... Read more ...

Trump Promises To Pressure Governors To Reopen Schools In Fall

Trump Promises To Pressure Governors To Reopen Schools In Fall

President Donald Trump claimed that some schools were staying closed during the coronavirus pandemic for political reasons. Read more ...

Feds Notify UN of Formal Withdrawal From WHO

Feds Notify UN of Formal Withdrawal From WHO

The US is on its way out of the World Health Organization. The State Department and the United Nations say the Trump administration formally notified the UN Monday of its... Read more ...

4 countries warn Israel against annexing Palestinian territories

4 countries warn Israel against annexing Palestinian territories

Germany, France, Egypt and Jordan on Tuesday said Israel should refrain from annexing parts of the Palestinian territories, warning that doing so could harm bilateral... Read more ...

House defense spending plan would fund removing Confederate names from bases

House defense spending plan would fund removing Confederate names from bases

Defense spending legislation unveiled on Tuesday by the House Appropriations Committee would set aside money for the Army to remove the names of Confederate leaders from... Read more ...

White House Pushes To Reopen Schools Despite A Surge In Coronavirus Cases

White House Pushes To Reopen Schools Despite A Surge In Coronavirus Cases

The administration acknowledges the risk of students spreading the contagion to vulnerable populations but emphasizes that school closures disrupt "critical services to... Read more ...

Details Emerging From Book by Trump's Niece

Details Emerging From Book by Trump's Niece

The Trump tell-all by the president's niece comes out July 14, but outlets including the Washington Post , CNN , and the New York Times already have gotten a look. Some... Read more ...

‘It's something we're looking at': Pompeo floats ban on TikTok

‘It's something we're looking at': Pompeo floats ban on TikTok

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday revealed the Trump administration is considering banning Chinese social media applications including TikTok, the popular short... Read more ...

Tammy Duckworth Unloads On Tucker Carlson Over His Ugly Attack On Democrats

Tammy Duckworth Unloads On Tucker Carlson Over His Ugly Attack On Democrats

The Fox News host claimed that Democrats including Duckworth - who lost both her legs in combat in Iraq - hate America. Read more ...