Trump is doubling down on Jan. 6 conspiracy theories, in his campaign and his legal defense

Ukraine Update: Zelenskyy lobbies Republicans blocking aid to Ukraine

North Carolina Rep. McHenry, who led House through speaker stalemate, won’t seek reelection in 2024

Anti-Trump group launches early ad campaign warning third-party candidates threaten democracy

Conservative Supreme Court justices let Leonard Leo do their homework

Comer’s latest bombshell may be his worst dud yet

Live coverage: FBI Director Wray testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee

The media may be waking up to the threat of Donald Trump

Cause sought of explosion that leveled an Arlington, Virginia, home as police tried to serve warrant

Morning Digest: Why Menendez Jr. may have to betray Menendez Sr. to win reelection

Cartoon: A taste of his own war crimes

Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday

Abbreviated Pundit Roundup: The Library of Babble?

Cartoon: Goodbye, George

Three officials have left a pro-DeSantis super PAC in the group’s latest shake-up

The silver lining on young voters: Despite Biden fatigue, they’re voting and they get the stakes

Cartoon: Former Congressman George Santos stops for a drink

Former career US diplomat charged with secretly spying for Cuban intelligence for decades

Florida attorney general is arguing in court for virtually unlimited book-banning authority

ICYMI: Republicans reveal the smoking (cap) gun in Biden impeachment inquiry

Supreme Court could preempt wealth taxes before they’re even enacted

Cartoon: Watch your step

Rep. James Comer’s newest bombshell against Biden debunked in record time

‘Whatever it takes’: Cheney using her national book tour to bury Trump, Republicans in 2024

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On Top of Everything Else, Henry Kissinger Prevented Peace in the Mideast

U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on Sept. 1, 1975.Photo: David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images The encomiums have flowed voluminously for Henry Kissinger, and there have…

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North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum Ends 2024 Presidential Bid

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum ended his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination on Monday despite a stronger-than-expected showing fueled by a gift card-for-campaign donation gimmick that helped…

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NYPD Accused of Fabricating Domestic Violence Survivor’s Murder Confession

A woman who was charged with murdering her husband in 2020 sued the New York City Police Department, alleging that police officers fabricated the confession that was the basis of the case…

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Why Sandra Day O’Connor’s Appointment to the Supreme Court Won Bipartisan Praise

Sandra Day O’Connor, the former U.S. Supreme Court justice who died Friday at the age of 93, secured the first line for her obituaries back in 1981, when she became the first…

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A Warning from 1994 of a Two-Tiered SocietyAs secretary of…

A Warning from 1994 of a Two-Tiered Society As secretary of labor, I thought it important to explain why the Democrats had lost both the House and the Senate in the 1994…

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Sandra Day O’Connor, America’s First Female Supreme Court Justice, Dies

“A wise old man and wise old woman will reach the same conclusion,” Sandra Day O’Connor used to say. As the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court, O’Connor was a…

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Governors DeSantis and Newsom Square Off in Unusual Televised Debate

WASHINGTON — In an alternate reality, the prime-time showdown between California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday could have been a preview of a 2024 general…

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What to Know About Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter’s Funeral

All living U.S. first ladies and multiple Presidents are expected to attend a tribute celebrating the life of former first Lady Rosalynn Carter, who passed away on November 19 at 96 years…

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Cop City Protesters Tried to Plant Trees. Atlanta Police Beat Them for It.

Activists march toward the construction site for the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center as part of the Block Cop City march in Atlanta on Nov. 13, 2023.Photo: Carlos Berrios/Sipa USA via AP…

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