Following Trump-backed Tim Michels’ victory in Tuesday night’s GOP gubernatorial primary, Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers slammed his opponent, calling him “extreme and divisive.”
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Biden to sign bipartisan burn pits legislation designed to support veterans
President Joe Biden on Wednesday will sign the bipartisan PACT Act to deliver more timely benefits and services to veterans exposed to toxic burn pits.
Clinton-linked lawyer says Trump could be barred from re-election after FBI raid, cites US Code
Top Clinton campaign lawyer Marc Elias highlighted a passage of the U.S. Code saying former President Trump could be prevented from running for president after the Mar-a-Lago raid.
Nancy Pelosi arrives in Singapore as she begins tour of Asia
Amid tensions with China, Nancy Pelosi arrived in Singapore Monday, kicking off her Asian tour as questions remain on whether or not she will visit Taiwan.
Nancy Pelosi’s Asia visit itinerary leaves out mention of possible stop in Taiwan
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office said she is taking a trip to Asia and will visit at least four countries in the region, but Taiwan is not among her destinations.
Indiana Senate passes bill to ban most abortions
A near-total abortion ban passed the GOP-controlled Indiana Senate during Saturday’s special session by a 26 to 20 vote, and now heads to the House.
Trump returning to DC for first time since January 2021 to deliver policy speech
Donald Trump will deliver a speech on Tuesday in Washington, highlighting the policies of his administration as speculation continues to mount about a 2024 White House run.
Newsom signs gun control bill modeled after Texas abortion law
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed gun legislation inspired by Texas’ heartbeat law, now allowing private citizens to sue those who violate state gun restrictions.
Kamala Harris loses 2 more top aides as VP’s office continues high turnover rate
Vice President Kamala Harris’ domestic policy adviser and speechwriting director have both announced their departures from the vice president’s office.
Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Secret Service over texts allegedly deleted following Capitol attack
The Jan. 6 panel investigating the Capitol riot subpoenaed the Secret Service after hearing that agents reportedly deleted text messages from around Jan. 6, 2021.