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Latest in Politics

A U.S. soccer fan poses with an Iranian soccer fan.

Iran-U.S. World Cup Clash Rife With Political Tension

Iran's nationwide protests, its expanding nuclear program and regional and international attacks have pushed Tuesday's match beyond the stadium.

 | By Ben Schamissoand Associated Press

A woman points during the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors general election canvass meeting.

GOP-Controlled Arizona County Refuses To Certify Election

Ahead of the Monday deadline, Cochise County delayed certifying votes until they hear concerns once more about ballot tabulators.

 | By Associated Press

First lady Jill Biden speaks at an unveiling of this year's White House holiday theme.

First Lady Jill Biden Unveils 'We The People' White House Christmas

First Lady Jill Biden thanked people from across the country who helped decorate the White House for the holidays.

 | By Willie James Inman

President Joe Biden speaks during the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment meeting at the G20 summit.

Pres. Biden Boosts U.S. Effort To Stem Sexual Violence In War Zones

The United Nations has warned sexual violence in Ukraine, especially against women and girls, remains prevalent and underreported.

 | By Associated Press

Vice Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., speaks on the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol

What To Expect As Jan. 6 Committee Wraps Up Its Work

Regardless of when the committee finishes its investigation, at least one probe into the former president's role on Jan. 6 will remain ongoing.

 | By Nathaniel Reed

U.S. President Joe Biden.

President Biden Renews Push For Assault Weapons Ban

Over half of voters say they want to see nationwide gun policy made stricter, according to an Associated Press survey.

 | By Kellan Howell

Georgia voters line up for early voting on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022

Early Voting Begins In Parts Of Georgia Ahead Of Crucial Senate Runoff

While Dems have Senate control with at least 50 seats, grabbing another would mean it wouldn't have to rely on the Vice President as a tiebreaker.

 | By Stephanie Sandoval

A Chevron sign is displayed outside one of the company's gas stations.

Biden Eases Venezuela Sanctions As Opposition Talks Resume

Under the new policy, profits from the sale of energy would be directed to paying down debt owed to Chevron.

 | By Associated Press

President Joe Biden, center, standing next to Nantucket Fire Department Chief Michael Cranson.

Biden Brings Thanksgiving Pies To Nantucket First Responders

President Joe Biden has a more than 40-year tradition of spending Thanksgiving on the Massachusetts island.

 | By Associated Press

The Capitol.

Congress' Full Docket After Thanksgiving

Beyond spending bills, Democrats could also try to push through party priorities while they still have control of both chambers.

 | By Stephanie Liebergen