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No "sexual intercourse," no conception, explains former Texas solicitor general Jonathan Mitchell in a brief to SCOTUS.
The editorial board of Albany's Times Union asks the New York Republican "how low" she can go in its withering essay.
Trump's controversial relocation of the Bureau of Land Management headquarters resulted in hundreds of staff departures.
Correspondent Desi Lydic spoofed the conservative network's COVID-19 reporting.
New York requires people dining at restaurants indoors to show proof of at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
The Pentagon has retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month.
A chess commentator in the series said Grandmaster Nona Gaprindashvili had never faced men. She had, several times.
The "Reading Rainbow" icon learned that the gig "wasn't the thing that I wanted after all," but is nonetheless grateful.
The big cats are also showing symptoms such as coughing and lack of appetite.
Occupancy drops in Trump's flagship Fifth Avenue building in Manhattan.
"Patriots stormed the White House," Kenneth Kelly wrote in a Jan. 6 text. "Tree of liberty was watered today!”
Trump "spewed expletives" at the then-Senate Majority Leader, according to Bob Woodward and Robert Costa's "Peril."

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