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Donald Trump's political organization builds war chest topping $100 million
Donald Trump's political organization entered July with nearly $102 million in cash reserves -- an unprecedented war chest at this stage in the election cycle for a former president, according to new figures.
Analysis: Trump commands historic attention for an ex-President. That may hurt the GOP.
A sitting president of the United States is usually the person who drives political conversation. Former presidents tend to be an afterthought.
Trump to DOJ last December: 'Just say that the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me'
Former President Donald Trump pressured acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to declare that the election was corrupt in an attempt to help Republican members of Congress try to overturn the election result, according to notes of
Opinion: January 6 rioters followed Trump's blueprint
When Congressman Mo Brooks attended Donald Trump's "Save America Rally" at the Ellipse Wednesday, January 6 -- the day Trump loyalists attacked the US Capitol and tried to overturn the 2020 election -- the Alabama Republican's bi
Sifan Hassan fell during her 1,500 meter heat — and still managed to finished first
• Live updates • How much are Olympic medals worth? • Suni Lee shares the advice she got from Biles
Here's what's in the bipartisan infrastructure bill
• Schumer announces bipartisan group has finalized legislative text on infrastructure bill • Read the bill
A mother died after being shot in front of 6-year-old daughter
A California mother died after being shot in front of her 6-year-old daughter last week, in what authorities said could be a case of mistaken identity.
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House Speaker Pelosi And Democratic Leaders Call On Biden To Extend Eviction Ban
House Democratic leaders called the extension a "moral imperative" to prevent Americans from being put out of their homes during a COVID-19 surge. Some 3.6 billion Americans are at risk of eviction.
It's In — And Big: Senators Unveil $1T Infrastructure Proposal
The over 2,700-page bipartisan bill, finalized Sunday night, includes money for roads, transit systems and high-speed internet access. It's the first phase of President Biden's infrastructure plan.
A Doctor Battles The Diverse Concerns Of Unvaccinated Americans
NPR's Kelsey Snell speaks with Dr. Rhea Boyd about some of the misconceptions around unvaccinated Americans and her effort to reach them in underserved communities.
Journalism Chops And Receptionist Charm Will Get You A Job And Home In West Virginia
A newspaper in Sisterville, W.Va., is looking for a new reporter. The job comes with free lodging in a historic hotel, as long as the candidate is willing to staff the front desk a few times a week.
From Housework To Sex, Here's How Relationship Contracts Can Help Couples
Relationship contracts might not sound romantic, but all relationships are contractual, Writer Mandy Len Catron says this is a tool for couples to express their needs and work together.
Western Wildfires May Take Weeks To Months To Contain
The Bootleg Fire in southern Oregon, the country's largest active blaze, could reach full containment in October. Until then, officials say, wildfire conditions will only continue to intensify.
St. Louis County Health Official Faces Abuse At Council Meeting On Mask Mandate
NPR's Kelsey Snell speaks with Dr. Faisal Khan, acting director for the St. Louis County health department, about the abusive treatment he says he's received as a result of doing his job.
Federal Pandemic Aid Has Cut Poverty Dramatically, Study Finds
A new study finds that temporary pandemic aid programs have caused a significant reduction in poverty in the U.S. NPR's Kelsey Snell speaks with Greg Acs of the Urban Institute about their findings.
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Raven Saunders: What the Olympian's X protest means to her
The US shot-putter defies a ban on podium gestures after taking silver at the Tokyo Games.
DaBaby dropped by US music festival Lollapalooza
The Chicago festival is the latest to cut ties, after the rapper's derogatory comments about people with HIV.
Zoom settles US class action privacy lawsuit for $86m
The video conferencing firm denies wrongdoing, but has agreed to boost security measures.
SolarWinds: Top US prosecutors hit by suspected Russian hack
It is feared hackers may have accessed sensitive legal files during last year's SolarWinds breach.
Anti-eviction lawmaker camps overnight on US Capitol steps
Cori Bush fears millions of US tenants could be at risk as a Covid-related eviction freeze expires.
IRS ordered to hand over Donald Trump tax returns to Congress
The ruling is a big legal blow to the ex-president, who has not publicly disclosed his tax returns.
Simone Biles withdraws from floor final at Tokyo Olympics
American Simone Biles withdraws from the floor final but is yet to make a decision on whether to compete on beam.
From Afghan interpreter to US homeless - the long road to the American dream
Thousands of Afghan interpreters have waited years to flee to the US. Arriving is a different story.
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Both in First in Olympic High Jump, These Two Friends Chose to Share the Gold Medal Instead of Going to a Tie-Breaker
Italy's Gianmarco Tamberi and Mutaz Barshim of Qatar agreed to the tie Sunday at the Tokyo Games in a competition settled not by clearing the top height but through a subtle nod.
Dr. Fauci Says More ‘Pain and Suffering’ Ahead as COVID-19 Cases Rise
The nation’s top infectious disease expert also said he doesn’t foresee additional lockdowns
Tourists Flee as Wildfires Threaten Turkish Beach Resorts
Residents and tourists fled the danger in small boats
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