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Pence will 'evaluate' speaking to House committee investigating Jan. 6 riots
Former Vice President Mike Pence would not commit to cooperating with the congressional investigation into the deadly Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol but said Wednesday he would "evaluate" any requests from the House's select committee.
Hillary Clinton Reads Discarded Victory Speech From 2016 Election
Mrs. Clinton read the long-shelved speech aloud for her offering on MasterClass, a site featuring lessons from prominent figures in the arts, business and other fields.
North Carolina Supreme Court Delays 2022 Primary Elections
The North Carolina Supreme Court ordered a two-month delay in the state's 2022 primary elections on Wednesday, giving critics of the state legislature's gerrymandered political maps additional time to pursue a legal battle to redraw them.
North Carolina Supreme Court Delays 2022 Primary Elections
The North Carolina Supreme Court ordered a two-month delay in the state's 2022 primary elections on Wednesday, giving critics of the state legislature's gerrymandered political maps additional time to pursue a legal battle to redraw them.
Senate Votes to Scrap Biden Vaccine Mandate as Republicans Eye 2022
The action was largely symbolic, but it allowed Republicans to press an attack on Democrats that is likely to be central to their midterm election campaigns.
Judge Appoints Special Master to Review Material Seized From Project Veritas
A federal judge on Wednesday appointed a so-called special master to determine whether materials the F.B.I. seized from current and former Project Veritas employees can be used by prosecutors as evidence in their investigation into the apparent theft last year of a diary kept by President Biden's daughter.
House Votes to Impose Forced Labor Ban on Goods Made in Xinjiang
The Disappearance of Peng Shuai
The lopsided margin reflected growing bipartisan anger at China's human rights abuses against Uyghurs in the northwestern region.
House Votes to Impose Forced Labor Ban on Goods Made in Xinjiang
The Disappearance of Peng Shuai
The lopsided margin reflected growing bipartisan anger at China's human rights abuses against Uyghurs in the northwestern region.
U.S. Threat to Squeeze Russia's Economy Is a Tactic With a Mixed Record
Sanctions, like aiming to cut oil exports, could also hurt European allies. "It's a limited toolbox," one expert said.
Supreme Court Seems Wary of Ban on State Aid to Religious Schools
The case, concerning a tuition program in Maine, seemed likely to extend a winning streak at the court for parents seeking public funds for religious education.