Senate Democrats suffer defeat on voting rights after vote to change rules fails

Senate Democrats suffered a major defeat Wednesday evening in their efforts to pass voting rights legislation -- a key issue for the party, which is under pressure to take action ahead of the midterm elections just months away.

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Ukraine tension: Biden says he thinks Putin will 'move in'

The US president says he thinks Russia's leader will "move in" but does not want a "full-blown war".

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Driver charged after two Camp Lejeune Marines killed in military vehicle rollover crash

Two Camp Lejeune Marines were involved in a military vehicle rollover crash in Jacksonville on Tuesday afternoon, according to officials.

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Biden: The GOP epiphany I predicted didn't come

The president’s press conference was a two hour affair filled with self-analysis, contrition and defiance.

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Florida suspends health official who urged staff to get vaccinated

A top Florida public health official has been put on administrative leave as officials investigate whether he violated a state ban by emailing employees about their low vaccination rate against COVID-19 and urging them to get shots.

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Biden Will Provide 400 Million N95 Masks for Free

The masks will be distributed at pharmacies and community health centers, but some public health experts said the effort was coming too late.

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Supreme Court allows Trump documents to be released to January 6 panel | LiveNOW from FOX

In a rebuff to former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court is allowing the release of presidential documents sought by the congressional committee inves...

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Biden defensive in rare solo news conference ahead of 1-year mark in office

  1. Biden defensive in rare solo news conference ahead of 1-year mark in office  ABC News
  2. Biden defends first year record, says he 'didn't overpromise,' but 'outperformed,' made 'enormous progress'  Fox News
  3. President Biden holding new…

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Biden on spending plan: 'We're going to have to probably break it up' | TheHill

President Biden on Wednesday conceded he will have to break up his signature social spending prop...

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Jewish leaders renew antisemitism fight after hostage case

Although the FBI initially said the man who held four people hostage at a Texas synagogue was focused on an issue “not specifically related to the Jewish community,” the captor voiced beliefs that Jews controlled the world and had the power to arrange the re…

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