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'QAnon Shaman' Jake Angeli Turned on Trump But Feds Say Remorse Is 'No Match' for Evidence
"Statements of guilt and remorse after the defendant's subsequent incarceration are no match for the evidence," federal prosecutors wrote in response to a motion to release the so-called "QAnon Shaman" before his trial.
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Nancy Pelosi Pulls Funding for Bridge to Canada, California Train as COVID Bill Talks Drag On
Pelosi spokesperson Drew Hammill suggested that Republicans could struggle to oppose the bill now that the two projects have been removed.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls Congress Metal Detectors the 'Real Voter Suppression'
"Many members of Congress have to stand in long lines to enter the chamber going through metal detectors, emptying our pockets and being treated very disrespectfully," Greene said.
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College Basketball Coach Regrets 'Plantation' Remarks After Team's Loss
The Big East coach said, "I need everybody to stay on the plantation. I can't have anybody leave the plantation."
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Cop Admits to Arresting Woman in Bar Because She Made 'No Eye Contact' With Him
"The larger officer picked me up by the handcuffs, like I was on a leash, like I was a dog, then he dragged me out... laughing," the woman told the court when recounting her arrest.
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Coveted Texas HS Quarterback Shuns In-State Schools, Ending His Recruitment
Klubnik, fresh off a state championship, attends the same Austin high school where Drew Brees, Nick Foles and Sam Ehlinger also played preps.
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Neera Tanden's Cabinet Nomination Withdrawal Cheered by Progressives and Conservatives
"I think our country would be served well by Shalanda Young," said Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib.
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Lindsey Graham Doesn't Want Andrew Cuomo to Resign, Says He Must Be Allowed to Offer Defense
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Tuesday urged critics of Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to allow the governor to "defend himself" against multiple allegations of sexual harassment, instead of "jumping to the conclusion" that Cuomo should resign.
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LeBron James Told to 'Stick to Sports' Again by Swedish Soccer Player
"Athletes unite the world, politics divide it," said Zlatan Ibrahimov, a forward for AC Milan. "Athletes should be athletes and politicians should do politics."
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Kevin McCarthy Slams Democrats on House Floor for Outlawing Dr. Seuss—They Didn't
"First they outlaw Dr. Seuss, and now they want to tell us what to say," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
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Beto O'Rourke Calls Gov. Greg Abbott's Reopening Order a 'Death Warrant for Texans'
On Texas Independence Day, O'Rourke said the state's governor "is killing the people of Texas" with his order to remove the statewide mask mandate.
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These Counties Are Projected to Have the Most Extreme Heat in 2050
The earth is in fact heating up at an alarming rate, but these counties across the United States will be getting especially hot in the coming decades.
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State Legislature to Revoke Andrew Cuomo's Pandemic Powers, Limiting Executive Order Abilities
The state legislature granted Governor Cuomo's expanded emergency powers last March to aid his administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Neera Tanden Bows Out of Confirmation Process in Stinging Defeat for White House
"It now seems clear that there is no path forward to gain confirmation, and I do not want continued consideration of my nomination to be a distraction from your other priorities," Tanden wrote.
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Fact Check: Is White Supremacy the Biggest Domestic Threat in the U.S., as Wray Says?
FBI Director Christopher Wray condemned the violence of the Capitol riot on January 6 while testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and said the FBI so far has arrested more than 270 individuals allegedly involved.
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The 25 Easiest Cat Breeds To Take Care Of
Ragdolls, American and British shorthairs, Scottish folds and Persians are among the easiest cats to look after.
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Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo Resigns to Be Biden's New Secretary of Commerce
"As we rebuild America and lift up those who have been left behind, the Rhode Islanders I have come to know will always be at the top of my mind," her resignation letter stated.
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Texas AG Ken Paxton Says Whistleblower Protections Don't Extend to His Accusers
"Where does your argument end?" the Travis County judge replied to the Attorney General's office counsel.
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China Expands First Foreign Frontline Military Channel with U.S. Ally South Korea
"South Korea–U.S. and South Korea–China relations are all equally important for us," South Korean President Moon Jae-in said during a press conference in January.
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Here's How Much Parental Leave You Get in Every U.S. State
The United States falls behind dozens of other nations when it comes to parental and family leave, but the guidelines vary from state to state. Read on to find out where your state stands.
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Video Shows Alex Jones Saying He's 'Sick' of Donald Trump and Wishes He Never Met Him
Jones made the remarks while filming an interview for the documentary "You Can't Watch This" in January 2019.
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Feelings of Loss, Economic Fear Delayed Pregnancies During Pandemic, State Data Shows
One survey found "economics and logistics" are behind women changing their reproductive plans since the lockdowns started.
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Fact Check: Did 'Fake Trump Protesters' Organize Attack on the Capitol?
On Tuesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray, a Trump appointee, testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the events of January 6.
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Mississippi Rep. Allegedly Used Campaign Money for House Repairs, Blames Political Opponent
Steven Palazzo is being investigated by The Office of Congressional Ethics for allegedly misusing campaign funds to conduct repairs on a $1.2 million riverfront home.
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McConnell to Fight Stimulus Bill 'In Every Way' as Biden Urges Senate Dems to Get it Done Now
"It is my hope that at the end, Senate Republicans will unanimously oppose it just like House Republicans did," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
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Nebraska Governor Pete Rickets Says Biden COVID Plan Penalizes States That 'Did The Right Thing'
Where past legislation effected under former president Donald Trump allocated state funding based on population, the current bill seeks to provide greater sums to states where jobless rates are higher than others.
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Biden Says U.S. Will Have Enough COVID-19 Vaccine for Every Adult by End of May
He added on Tuesday it's "not enough to have the vaccine supply" and cited efforts to build up mass vaccination centers.
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Matt James Will Reconnect With Estranged Father on 'The Bachelor'
In a January interview, James alluded to the idea that his parents' divorce may be keeping him from fully committing to a relationship.
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Michigan Lawyer Says Hanging KKK Flag In View Of Black Family 'Unfortunately' Was No Crime
"There is absolutely no question that what happened to Ms. Dinges was despicable, traumatizing and completely unacceptable," Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said, before explaining that since no physical contact or threats occurred, she legally cannot proceed with filing charges.
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Hunting Sexual Predators A Political Fight in Facial Recognition Legislation
Political polarization over government use of facial recognition technology continues to mount, as Massachusetts became one of the first states to pass comprehensive regulations curbing law enforcement's use of the software.
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