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D.C. Attorney General Grilled Donald Trump Jr. for Ongoing Probe of 2017 Inauguration, Docs Reveal
Some two months after his sister Ivanka Trump took the hot seat, Donald Trump Jr. sat for a deposition for D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine's (D) ongoing investigation into their father's scandal-beset 2017 inauguration committee.
Man leaves church and reunites with family after years in sanctuary from deportation
After three and a half years living inside a Missouri church to avoid deportation, a Honduran man has finally stepped outside, following a promise from Joe Biden's administration to let him be.
Trump is getting active again with endorsements in state GOP contests
Former President Donald Trump is wading into contests for control of state Republican Party organizations with endorsements this week in Ohio and South Carolina that would help cement his national network of GOP allies.
Biden names USPS board of governors nominees, as Democrats put pressure on DeJoy
President Biden on Wednesday nominated a former postal union lawyer, a vote-by-mail advocate, and a former deputy postmaster general to sit on the Postal Services' Board of Governors.
White House on defensive over 'kids in containers' as GOP, AOC cite hypocrisy
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday was forced to again fend off questions about how the Biden administration's detention camps for child immigrants differ from those that Democrats including President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris decried during the Trump administration.
'Get used to me': Trump-picked postmaster general defiant amid calls for removal over mail-in ballot flub
Louis DeJoy, the Republican mega-donor picked by former President Donald Trump to lead the U.S. Postal Service, told House Democrats on Wednesday they should "get used" to him despite mounting calls for his removal over an allegedly deliberate effort to sabotage his own agency.
Texas lawmakers meet with Biden, Harris to discuss semiconductor production
The Republican lawmakers met with the president and vice president to discuss recent developments involving semiconductor production.
Washington Post: Evidence shows police told South Dakota AG involved in fatal crash that victim's glasses were found in his car
Ravnsborg struck and killed 55-year-old Joseph Boever on September 12.
Teen, 14, helps hundreds secure COVID-19 vaccine appointments through his own database, 'Chicago Vaccine Angels'
CHICAGO (WLS) -- For many people, the path to getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a long and winding road.But Benjamin Kagan of Chicago Vaccine Angels is taking the legwork out of it for those who don't have the time, resources, or computer know-how to locate a dose.The 14-year-old tracks down where and when vaccines are available and makes appointments for people on a waiting list.
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Capitol repairs, security top $30M since Jan. 6 attacks
The Architect of the Capitol Brett Blanton on Wednesday said that repairs and security expenses related to the Jan. 6 insurrection have already cost more than $30 million.