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Public tours of the White House will resume a full operating schedule next month, after nearly a year and a half of disruptions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A praying football coach was said to offer a “deceitful narrative” that Supreme Court conservatives were nonetheless happy to accept.
Trigger laws in Utah and Louisiana were temporarily blocked on Monday.
“It’s not right now what we are discussing,” the vice president said of the idea progressives have been pushing.
California lawmakers passed a measure that will allow voters to decide whether to codify access to abortion and contraceptives in the state’s constitution.
Renee Schmidt told HuffPost that if she became pregnant and couldn't get an abortion, her spine would likely dislocate because of her disability.
“This was a very tragic situation that did not have to occur,” Atlanta police Deputy Chief Charles Hampton Jr. told reporters Monday.
After the boy's father left their motel room, the kid allegedly found the dad's gun and fired a round that killed the baby and struck the toddler.
The American Rescue Plan lifted 4 million children out of poverty. This legislation didn’t simply make life a little easier for some Americans. It saved lives.
A passenger train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago struck a dump truck and derailed in a rural area.
The music mogul took home this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award but forgot one crucial thing.
“I just reacted how I think anyone would. He was not in a good spot,” tennis player Jodie Burrage said.

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