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Former Florida congresswoman Carrie Meek championed affirmative action, economic opportunities for the poor and efforts to bolster democracy in Haiti.
For years, anti-choice activists and politicians have attacked reproductive rights in Mississippi. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is the endgame.
“The American people deserve a full and unvarnished accounting of our nation’s history, especially the more difficult periods,” he said.
The Oscar-winning actor said it was "a path that I’m choosing not to take at this moment."
GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson insisted that the highly transmissible variant is just a trick to "push" midterm mail-in ballots.
Cohen doesn't believe Trump will run in 2024, even though he keeps saying "I'm thinking about it." That's to "keep the grift going," he added.
Governments around the world have reacted swiftly as scientists work to determine the risks posed by the omicron variant of the virus.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said this type of behavior "has to be called out."
Phil Saviano played a pivotal role exposing decades of predatory assaults by Roman Catholic priests.
He said the COVID-19 variant will "inevitably" come to the U.S. if it is not already here and warned that it is "going to have an advantage in transmissibility."
"What happened on Jan. 6, senator?” Fauci said, responding to Republican lawmakers' latest attack against him.
Video posted online appears to show the man sitting on the tarmac after his precarious ride that authorities say very few survive.
Officials later confirmed that at least 13 had the omicron variant.
Israel moved to ban entry by foreigners and mandate quarantine for all Israelis arriving from abroad.
The tradition is bringing back memories, or nightmares, of Melania Trump's red Christmas trees in 2018.
Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert has repeatedly referred to Rep. Ilhan Omar in derogatory terms, calling Omar a member of the "jihad squad."
Wood asked to meet with Sidney Powell and Michael Flynn, who have distanced themselves from him, to address a "division" in a "critical time."
The potential deal raises serious ethical issues as Kushner approaches officials he dealt with as a senior White House adviser as recently as January.
More than $1.5 million has been raised for Kevin Strickland, who spent decades behind bars before a judge overruled his conviction.
Kevin Nishita was shot in the abdomen while doing his job amid an uptick in organized retail crime.