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GOP in limbo on Garland contempt vote as some Republicans cast doubts

The House GOP effort to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress is in limbo, with Republicans unsure whether they have the votes to pass the measure. Two committees last week easily passed resolutions to censure Garland, and Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) has since projected confidence, saying he expects the measure to pass...
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Libertarian Party chooses Chase Oliver as presidential nominee

The Libertarian Party nominated Chase Oliver as its 2024 presidential candidate after a protracted nomination vote on Sunday, solidifying the ticket for a voter base that could play spoiler this November. Oliver, who was a critical spoiler candidate in the 2022 Georgia Senate race that led to the election of Sen. Rafael Warnock (D) by...
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Israeli military says it killed two senior Hamas officials in Rafah strikes that left at least 35 dead

At least 35 Palestinians were killed Sunday in an Israeli strike on a tent encampment, Gaza health officials said, that the Israeli military claims targeted two senior Hamas officials. The strike targeted a humanitarian zone in Rafah which the Israeli military previously instructed displaced Palestinians to shelter from attacks, the Gaza Health Ministry said. The...
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Tim Scott pushes back against Biden’s ‘insulting’ ad targeting Black voters

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) on Sunday slammed a recent ad from President Biden's campaign that targets Black voters, calling it "insulting" while touting former President Trump's work for the Black community. When asked on CNN's "State of the Union," for his reaction to the ad, Scott said, "Well, here's what I can tell you, is...
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