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LAS VEGAS — Two strikingly divergent visions of Republican political strength played out over the weekend at a conference of Jewish conservatives ...

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President Biden celebrated the passage of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill on Saturday, declaring — just days after an electoral drubbing for ...

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Federal authorities on Saturday searched the home of James O’Keefe, the founder of the conservative group Project Veritas, according to witnesses ...

Justice Dept. Sues Texas Over Voting Restrictions

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department on Thursday sued Texas over the state’s new voting law, arguing that the Republican-passed measure would ...

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WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Thursday expressed skepticism about Donald J. Trump’s attempt to block from release a wide range of documents ...

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Brynn Kimber, a research scientist at the University of Washington who works in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine ...

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One week before she steps aside, outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel was treated to a traditional sendoff Thursday, involving a military ...

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A collection of artworks by a distinguished Yugoslav artist – lost in a northwestern Serbian town for 30 years after being looted during the war ...

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