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"Until you have a dog you don't understand what could be eaten."
Here are some of the core elements of the Justice Department's wide-ranging investigation into the 2021 Capitol insurrection.
A treaty from the Andrew Jackson era allows the tribe to send a representative to Congress, but questions on seating remain.
Long has received an outpouring of love online — including an effusive statement of support from Rep. Jamaal Bowman.
The anonymous messages come as conservatives wage a culture war over events and books with LGBTQ or racial justice themes.
“Voters are rejecting the cynical reality that is the MAGA Republican movement,” House Democrats’ campaign chief said.
Anatoly Gerashchenko, a former head of the Moscow Aviation Institute, is the latest Kremlin ally to suffer a tragic fate under unexpected circumstances.
Meghan McCain called the Georgia gubernatorial candidate "sick" for saying "there is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks" of pregnancy.
The musician, once signed to DeGeneres' record label, told Rolling Stone the "opportunistic" talk show host "abandoned" him after his music underperformed.
The tide of international opinion appears to have decisively shifted against Russia.
Grantham pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of his mother Barbara Waite in their British Columbia home.
The previously unreleased picture from Buckingham Palace honors Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in a special way.

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