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Mo Brooks Ready To Testify About Capitol Riot

Rep. Mo Brooks, a one-time ally of former President Donald Trump, said he's willing to testify before the January 6 panel investigating the Capitol riot if subpoenaed. After seeing Trump turn on him,...

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US Senate Reaches Compromise On Gun Control

The Senate voted to advance bipartisan gun legislation on Tuesday, with hopes of passing it prior to the July 4 recess.All 50 members of the Democratic caucus joined 14 Republicans in moving the legislation...

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Canadian PM Trudeau tests positive for COVID a second time

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time and just days after he met in person with U.S. President Joe Biden.The announcement came in a tweet Monday in...

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Turkey blocking Finland and Sweden from joining NATO

Turkey's president said he would block Sweden's and Finland's bids to become NATO members, complicating a major shift in European geopolitics prompted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.Turkish President...

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Entertainment

More Info About Will Smith's Oscar Slap

Will Smith may face "suspension" or "expulsion" from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for slapping Chris Rock during Sunday's Oscars. The Board of Governors of the body that oversees the...

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Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) Ok With States Outlawing Interracial Marriage

The Supreme Court legalized interracial marriage nationwide in 1967, in the landmark case Loving v. Virginia. Mike Braun, Senator from Indiana, believes that was a mistake. Sen. Braun when asked if he...

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Russia's Invasion Continues To Stall

Ukrainians forces have moved to take back territory Russians had gained in recent days, as the Kremlin forces struggle with a loss of more than 10 percent of their combat force in the country, a senior...

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Canadian officials continue to condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Canadian officials continue to condemn Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, providing Ukraine with additional anti-tank weapons systems and upgraded ammunition."Over the weekend, President...

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Ukraine Looks To Join EU

On Monday, the leaders of eight European Union countries in Central and Eastern Europe gave their support to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s plea to quickly facilitate his country’s membership...

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Russia Pushes Into Ukraine's Capital

Russian forces have entered the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv but have not yet seized control of the city, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Saturday.According to Ukrainian military sources, Russian...

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Russian Invasion Continues

Ukrainian forces battled Russian troops on the streets of Ukraine's key northeastern city of Kharkiv on Sunday, the regional governor said, as the biggest assault on a European state since the Second...

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Turkey's Changing Rhetoric Could Signal Policy Change

Turkey called Russia's invasion of Ukraine a "war" on Sunday in a rhetorical shift that could pave the way for the NATO member nation to enact an international pact limiting Russian naval passage to the...

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China Speaks On Russian Aggression

China's Foreign Ministry on Friday stressed that Beijing believes the "sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries" should be respected — a principle that "applies equally to Ukraine." China...

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All Eyes On China's Response To Russian Sanctions

China so far does not appear to be helping Russia evade Western financial sanctions on Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine, but doing so would "do profound damage" to China's reputation, a senior Biden...

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Biden announces Supreme Court nominee

President Biden has selected Ketanji Brown Jackson as his nominee to the Supreme Court, according to a Friday morning White House announcement. If confirmed, she will be the first Black woman to serve...

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