Former President George W. Bush will appear at a fundraiser for Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who has been targeted by former President Trump following a breakdown of their relationship following his 2020 election loss.
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Kansas lawmaker doesn’t want to share restroom with ‘huge’ transgender colleague
A Kansas state lawmaker said she isn’t thrilled about having to share a restroom with her “huge” transgender Democratic colleague.
Biden backs Oregon Rep. Kurt Schrader in first midterms endorsement
President Biden endorsed Oregon Rep. Kurt Schrader for re-election over the weekend, his first midterm endorsement in the primary election cycle as Democrats fight to keep power in both chambers of Congress.
Republican governors deploy ‘strike force’ to secure border amid surge in migrants
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Jury acquits 2 men accused in Michigan Gov. Whitmer kidnapping plot, deadlocks on 2 others
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Texas lawmakers urge Biden to keep COVID border policy
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Pelosi extends House proxy voting through at least mid-May
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday extended the period by which House vote by proxy through May 14 as the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes and more municipalities across the United States relax restrictions.
LA County DA Gascon ripped again for lenient crime policies: ‘Not always on the side of victims of crime’
Prosecutors in Los Angeles County continue to criticize their boss for his approach for holding suspected criminals accountable following the high-profile deaths of two women and a range of directives that critics say are too lenient.
US condemns Houthi drone attack on UAE oil facility
The White House said it “strongly condemns” a deadly attack from Yemen’s Houthi rebels on an Abu Dhabi oil facility on Monday that killed three people and sparked a fire at a nearby airport.
NYC man who wanted to join Taliban and kill US troops convicted in federal court, prosecutors say
A New York City man who tried to help the Taliban fight American forces in Afghanistan was convicted in a federal courtroom last week, officials said Monday.