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Gunman Kills 1, Injures 4 At California Walmart Distribution Center
Judge Rules Migrant Children Must Be Released Due To Coronavirus
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Request To Allow All Texans To Vote By Mail
House Approves Washington, D.C., Statehood Bill
Appeals Court Rules President Trump Can't Use Military Funds For Wall
Qualified Immunity: Unjust Or Necessary?
WH Coronavirus Task Force Says Local Responses To Outbreaks Are Key
Trump's Immigration Freeze Hurting Stone Mining Businesses In Idaho
Views On Coronavirus Have Become Increasingly Partisan
U.S. Consumer Spending Increased At Record Pace In May
U.S. Breaks Its Own Record For Daily COVID-19 Cases
House Passes Police Reform Legislation, Faces Senate Pushback
Trump Administration Urges Supreme Court To Invalidate Obamacare
Court Declines To Block Publication Of Book By President Trump's Niece
Trump And Biden Campaigns Visit Key Battleground States
Report: Trump Administration Asks U.S. Marshals To Protect Monuments
Missouri's Last Abortion Clinic Issued License After Yearlong Battle
Wisconsin Governor Activates National Guard Following Unrest
Stacey Abrams Talks Primaries, Voter Turnout And Joe Biden
Secret Service Agents To Quarantine Following Tulsa Rally
House Judiciary Chairman Now Open To Impeaching William Barr
DNC Announces Scaled-Back Convention Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Senate Democrats Block Republican Policing Bill
Trump, Pence Lean Into Evangelical Voter Bloc Ahead Of 2020
Whistleblower's Lawyer Is 'Disturbed' Bolton Saved Claims For His Book
Appeals Court Dismisses Case Against Michael Flynn
Early Primary Results Indicate Shakeups In Some States
Voter Outreach Groups Work To Spark 2020 Election Surge Amid Protests
Less Police Involvement On Mental Health Calls Shows Fewer Arrests
Peter Navarro Walks Back Comments That China Trade Deal Is 'Over'
Dr. Fauci Says COVID-19 Testing Will Ramp Up, Not Slow Down
Congress To Vote On D.C. Statehood
University Of Michigan Presidential Debate Moved To Miami
U.S. Suspends Some Worker Visas Through End Of Year
White House No Longer Performing Temperature Checks On All Guests
States Are Learning From Vote-By-Mail Issues During 2020 Primaries
Trump To Celebrate Border Wall Milestone In Arizona Tuesday
U.S. Attorney Leaving Office After Denying Resignation Announcement
Trump Campaign Blames Protesters, Media For Modest Crowd In Tulsa
Federal Judge Rules John Bolton's Book Can Be Released
Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mayor Rescinds Curfew Ahead Of Trump Rally
There's Bipartisan Support To Make Juneteenth A Federal Holiday
Amy Klobuchar Pulls Her Name From Consideration As Biden's VP
Facebook Removes Trump Ads For Violating Its Organized Hate Policy
Analysts Say China May Be Favoring President Trump’s Reelection
Supreme Court Blocks Trump's Bid To End Protections For 'Dreamers'
Pelosi Orders Confederate Portraits Removed From Capitol
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall Slightly, But Less Than Expected
DOJ Seeking Emergency Order To Block Publication Of John Bolton's Book
Mental Illness In County Jails Remains A Problem Across The U.S.
Joe Biden Criticizes President Trump's COVID-19 Response As Cases Rise
Senate Republicans Unveil Proposal On Police Reform
North Korea Redeploys Troops To Border
Facebook To Allow Users To Turn Off Political Advertisements
Senate Republicans Unveil Police Reform Package
Iowa To Restore Voting Rights For Felons By Presidential Election
Another Confederate Statue Is Torn Down By Protesters In Virginia
Trump Administration Sues John Bolton Over Upcoming Book
House Democrats Subpoena 2 Justice Department Whistleblowers
Trump Signs Executive Order Encouraging Police Reform
NOAA Says Top Officials Violated Ethics Policy Amid Hurricane Dorian
Inside Antifa, The Far-Left Group Targeted By President Trump
U.S. To Pull Some Troops From Germany Over NATO Spending
Tulsa Officials Fear Spread Of COVID-19 At Upcoming Trump Rally
Supreme Court Denies Trump's Challenge To California Sanctuary Law
Senate GOP Expected To Unveil Police Reform Package Wednesday
Virginia Rep. Says Voter Fraud Caused Him To Lose GOP Nomination
Trump Administration Removes Transgender Protections In Health Care
President Trump Gives Commencement Speech For West Point Cadets
President Trump Rescheduling Oklahoma Rally Due To Juneteenth
Biden VP Search Narrows To As Few As 6 Remaining Candidates
Coronavirus Concerns Plague 2020 Party Conventions
Pres. Trump To Hold Presidential Nominee Acceptance Speech In Florida
Louisville Bans No-Knock Warrants In Law Named After Breonna Taylor
Lawmakers Criticize President Trump For Holding Rally On Juneteenth
Expert Says Racial Injustice Will Be Key 2020 Topic
President Trump Approves Sanctions Against Some ICC Officials
Former Air Force Officer Fears Intelligence Collected On Protesters
Senate Panel Backs Amendment To Curb Military Response To Protests
Top Military Official Apologizes For Participation In Photo Op
U.S. Voter Registration Dropped Dramatically Due To Pandemic
Pelosi Calls For Removal Of 11 Confederate Statues At U.S. Capitol
Amazon Bans Police Use Of Its Facial Recognition Technology For A Year
Trump Administration Proposes Major Changes To The Asylum System
U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Continue Slow Decline
New York Legislature Passes Multiple Laws On Police Reform
Ex-Judge Calls DOJ's Push To Drop Flynn Case An Abuse Of Power
Federal Reserve Projects A Long Economic Recovery
George Floyd's Brother Begs Congress: "Stop the pain."
To Knock Or Not To Knock? Campaigning During A Pandemic
Congressional Republicans Eye Police Reform
What It Means To Be 'Vetted' For Vice President
Hundreds Gather In Houston To Honor George Floyd And Call For Change
Long Lines, Voting Machine Issues Plague Georgia Primary Election
Economists: U.S. Entered Recession In February Due To COVID-19
Democrats Unveil Legislation to Make Systemic Changes to Policing
Poll Finds 80% Of Americans Think Country Is 'Out Of Control'
Pres. Trump Reportedly Ordered 10,000 Troops To Handle D.C. Protesters
Protester: We Need To Stay Vigilant For Decades To Come
Biden Talks Racism, George Floyd At Texas Democratic Convention