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The move against Liz Cheney cements a disdain for democracy in the Republican Party
When the House Republican Party moves against Liz Cheney this week, it will prove that it prefers to unite behind a lie rather than stay divided over truth.
Cheney expected to lose House GOP leadership role after Wednesday vote
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is telling his Republican House colleagues to "anticipate" a vote on Wednesday regarding the current state of the House GOP Conference Chair position, which is expected to end with Liz Cheney b
Kinzinger: Cheney 'is being run out for one thing'
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Monday came to the defense of soon-to-be-ousted House GOP conference chair Liz Cheney, arguing their party is poised to remove her from the influential post because she has consistently said forme
'He has gall': Burnett reacts to McCarthy's letter
House Republicans should "anticipate a vote" on GOP Conference Chair, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy wrote in a new letter. The vote is expected to end with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) being ousted over her continued opposition to form
'This is just the beginning': CNN reporter on Cheney's move
CNN's Jamie Gangel discusses the upcoming vote to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from House Republican leadership for calling out President Trump's election lies.
Caitlyn Jenner seeks a tenuous political middle ground
While former President Donald Trump continues to spread falsehoods about the 2020 election, California recall candidate Caitlyn Jenner told CNN's Dana Bash in a new interview that she does not believe the election was "stolen," bu
Opinion: Trump is the root of why GOP will sacrifice Cheney
The dismaying events of recent days by the House GOP leadership to purge and cancel Rep. Liz Cheney has shined a bright light on former President Donald Trump's iron grip on the House GOP and its base voters. Loyalty to Trump trum
Analysis: Why the Sun Belt may pick the next president
The battleground states across the industrial Midwest have functioned as the decisive tipping point of American politics for at least 30 years, especially in presidential elections. But the latest Census Bureau findings on both ov
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DeWine Is 1 Of 6 Governors To Meet With Biden About Vaccination Rate
How can the U.S. encourage more vaccinations? NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine ahead of his meeting with President Biden about state strategies to increase COVID-19 vaccinations.
Why Soaring Stocks Could Be Bad News For The Economy
A new book argues that the growing profitability of big business is bad news for workers.
Government Housing Vouchers Are Hard To Get, And Hard To Use
The federal government plans to release another $5 billion to help those at risk of homelessness. But even without that assistance, low-income tenants struggle to use housing vouchers.
Why Support For Refugees Is Higher Than You Might Think In Parts Of 'Trump Country'
Some conservative, rural states have resettled refugees at the highest per capita rates. In Idaho, employers applaud President Biden lifting a Trump-era cap on refugee numbers.
Louisiana's Governor Wants The Oil And Gas State To Go Carbon Neutral
In a major shift, Louisiana officials are making a plan to ramp up clean energy. Governor John Bel Edwards says the state must reduce the emissions fueling increasingly destructive extreme weather.
How One Man's Fight Against An AOL Troll Sealed The Tech Industry's Power
A fight between a Seattle man and AOL in the mid-1990s led to what has been called "the most important Internet law ruling ever." Decades later, the decision still governs how the web functions.
Facing A Recall And A Massive Surplus, Gov. Newsom Proposes More Stimulus Checks
Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a plan to send billions in state surplus dollars back to residents. Republicans who support recalling Newsom from office are questioning his timing.
FDA Permits Pfizer Vaccine For Children As Young As 12
The FDA has said that the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer can be used in children as young as 12, expanding the number of people in the U.S. who qualify for the vaccine.
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Golden Globes crisis: Tom Cruise returns awards and NBC drops ceremony
Tom Cruise hands back three gongs and the crisis-hit awards are without a broadcaster for next year.
'I'm ashamed my father was a Capitol Hill rioter'
Robyn knew her dad was immersed in right-wing conspiracies - then she saw him under arrest on 6 January.
Man arrested as pet tiger remains on the loose
A murder suspect is in custody but a pet tiger may still be roaming the streets of a Houston suburb.
Pfizer vaccine authorised by US FDA for adolescents
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) calls it "a significant step" in the fight against Covid-19.
Strait of Hormuz: US fires warning shots at Iranian boats in Gulf
The Pentagon accuses Iranian boats of acting "aggressively" near US vessels in the Strait of Hormuz.
Biden denies benefits are holding back job-seekers
The US president rejects claims that unemployed Americans have less of an incentive to find work.
Georgia abolishes citizen's arrest law
Georgia becomes the first US state to make the move, which was spurred by a black man's shooting.
US fuel pipeline hackers 'didn't mean to create problems'
The US has relaxed rules on fuel transport after a ransomware cyber-attack took the pipeline offline.
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Are Childcare and Paid Leave ‘Infrastructure’? Nearly $2 Trillion for Families May Hinge on Congress’ Answer
Three weeks after Bethany Fauteux gave birth to her second child in 2013, she was spending her days surrounded by young children—except they weren’t her own. A single mother whose cash reserves were quickly depleting,
Suicide Among Black Girls Is a Mental Health Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight
When Dionne Monsanto was pregnant, she decided that she wanted to find a name that means “blessing” for her daughter. Though Monsanto—a Black American—has no specific ties to South Africa, she chose the nam
The Racial Reckoning Went Global Last Year. Here’s How Activists in 8 Countries Are Fighting for Justice
The video of Derek Chauvin’s kneeling on George Floyd’s neck traveled from a Minneapolis street to every corner of the world. Black activists in the U.K. spoke of their visceral reactions to the footage, while Floyd&#8
24 People Killed, Including 9 Children, in Gaza as Israel Strikes Hamas Following Rocket Attacks
The Israeli military said 15 of the dead were militants. Gaza militants fired more than 250 rockets toward Israel, injuring six Israeli civilians
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