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Russia Investigation Material to Remain Secret Past Election

Russia Investigation Material to Remain Secret Past Election

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House Democrats are unlikely to see secret material from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation before Election Day because of a move by the Supreme Court on Thursday. In what...
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TODAY: Corrupt Carlos' Court-Mandated Deadline to Explain Phantom Bank Account Scandal

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After landing in hot water for filing to run for Congress using a check from a bank account that may or may not exist, today is Corrupt Carlos Giménez's court-ordered deadline...
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Justices keep hold on secret Russia investigation material

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WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court is denying Congress access to secret grand jury testimony from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation through the November...
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The Cybersecurity 202: Get ready for encryption fireworks in Congress today

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A Senate committee will spar over an anti-child pornography bill critics say is an encryption killer.
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GOP officials flock to Parler social network. So do their trolls and impostors

GOP officials flock to Parler social network. So do their trolls and impostors

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Dozens of Republican lawmakers have joined the social media site Parler as GOP tensions with Twitter and other major tech platforms mount, but so have hordes of fake accounts...
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Senior DOJ official pushes back against former top aide's testimony

Senior DOJ official pushes back against former top aide's testimony

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The top antitrust official at the Justice Department has pushed back on eyebrow-raising testimony his former chief of staff delivered to Congress last week -- and, in the...
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Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google CEOs to Testify in Congress

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The chief executive officers of Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and Apple Inc. have agreed to testify before a congressional panel investigating competition...
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Brazil Delays Municipal Elections Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Brazil delayed this year's municipal elections by about a month as the country struggles to control the coronavirus pandemic.
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Urban-rural divide on display in Oklahoma's primary election

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Mauree Turner is a living example of the growing diversity of big cities. The 27-year-old gay, Black, Muslim woman knocked off a three-term, white male...
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Cook Political Report: GOP Losing Members of Congress at Breakneck Pace Since Trump Took Office

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According to Dave Wasserman, the U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, the Republican Party is losing members of Congress at a breakneck pace. “Fact: when...
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Supreme Court sidesteps abortion cases, shortly after striking Louisiana...

Supreme Court sidesteps abortion cases, shortly after striking Louisiana restrictions

The Supreme Court on Thursday declined to take up several abortion cases, just days after striking down a Louisiana law in the first major abortion decision since President... Read more ...

Supreme Court to rule on House access to Mueller grand jury secrets

Supreme Court to rule on House access to Mueller grand jury secrets

The Supreme Court agreed on Thursday to consider whether the House of Representatives should be given permission to access grand jury secrets contained in special counsel... Read more ...

For Skipping The Census, Homes In These 6 Places Get Door Knocks First

For Skipping The Census, Homes In These 6 Places Get Door Knocks First

After delaying in-person visits because of COVID-19, Census Bureau workers are heading to unresponsive homes in Idaho, Maine and West Virginia, as well as parts of Louisiana... Read more ...

Donald Tusk: ‘I pray for Joe Biden's success'

Donald Tusk: ‘I pray for Joe Biden's success'

Former European Council President Donald Tusk wants Joe Biden to be the next U.S. president. Tusk took to Twitter on Thursday and said while he has "always believed in the... Read more ...

China warns the UK it will take 'corresponding measures' to stop millions of...

China warns the UK it will take 'corresponding measures' to stop millions of Hong Kong citizens taking refuge in Britain

China has warned the UK that it will "firmly oppose" Boris Johnson's offer to welcome up to 3 million Hong Kong citizens to Britain. The UK government has offered a path to... Read more ...

Poll: Biden maintains double-digit lead over Trump

Poll: Biden maintains double-digit lead over Trump

Former Vice President Joe Biden continues to lead President Donald Trump by a wide margin nationally, a poll released Thursday shows, as the race for the White House... Read more ...

Families Demand Justice In California Police Killings Of Young Latino Men

Families Demand Justice In California Police Killings Of Young Latino Men

The sisters of Sean Monterrosa, shot by police in Vallejo, and Erik Salgado, shot by law enforcement in Oakland, want the officers convicted in the June killings. Read more ...

Russia Investigation Material to Remain Secret Past Election

Russia Investigation Material to Remain Secret Past Election

House Democrats are unlikely to see secret material from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation before Election Day because of a move by the Supreme Court on Thursday. In what... Read more ...

Biden Sees Another Edge in 'Highly Unusual' Fundraising Season

Biden Sees Another Edge in 'Highly Unusual' Fundraising Season

In May, Joe Biden brought in $7 million more than President Trump in fundraising cash. In June, the former VP continued that streak, and then some. Per the Hill , Biden's team... Read more ...

Supreme Court To Hear Trump Appeal Over Russia Report Documents

Supreme Court To Hear Trump Appeal Over Russia Report Documents

The justices are due to hear the case in their next term, which starts in October, meaning the dispute is unlikely to be resolved before the Nov. 3 election. Read more ...