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The federal “pattern-or-practice” probe was announced amid mounting evidence that the agency has a pattern of looking the other way in the face of beatings of mostly Black men

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The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol said the assault was not spontaneous but an “attempted coup” and a direct result of the defeated president's effort to overturn the 2020 election.

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With new voter suppression laws and the assault on many other rights, some question whether the voting bloc that allowed Democrats to take the White House and control both houses of Congress will abandon the polls during the midterm election.

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The relatively young age of most mass shooters has ignited conversations about the minimum legal age for purchasing firearms.

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President Joe Biden ordered emergency measures Monday to boost crucial supplies to U.S. solar manufacturers and declared a two-year tariff exemption on solar panels from Southeast Asia

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Since 2020, the student group has advocated for eliminating police officers from school buildings in favor of investing in counselors and support staff for students.

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Initially, museum officials attempted to justify the offensive gaffe by noting that the watermelon salad has remained a staple in their food court’s manager’s family’s Juneteenth celebration.

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On Thursday, the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 attack on the United States Capitol begins televised hearings that aim to establish the historical record of an event damaging not only to a community or individual families but to the collective idea of democracy

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New polling from The Associated Press shows public support in the U.S. for punishing Russia over the war is wavering if it comes at the expense of the economy and while Congress has mustered rare bipartisan support to approve a $40 billion Ukraine package, opposition on the latest round of aid came from the Republican side, encouraged. by former President Trump

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As Americans reel from repeated mass shootings, law enforcement officials and experts on extremism are looking at online space devoted to guns and gun rights: gun forums, tactical training videos, websites that sell unregistered gun kits and social media platforms where far-right gun owners encourage conspiracy theories and glorify weapons

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