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The Missouri Senate has given initial approval to legislation that would temporarily prohibit gender-affirming treatments for minors and restrict their participation in sports.
Trump has said he would continue his presidential campaign even if indicted.
"I was consistently surprised by the smugness with which Northeasterners talked about Alabama without any apparent awareness of our own region’s history of racism."
A Republican congressman from Texas was censured in a rare move by his state party over some of his votes on Capitol Hill.
The panel will also review whether Santos was truthful on financial disclosure forms, whether he may have violated conflict-of-interest laws and allegations of sexual misconduct.
Biden had been under pressure from the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus and other Asian American and Pacific Islander advocates to select Su to head the department.
A statement said Carter has the full support of his medical team and family, which “asks for privacy at this time and is grateful for the concern shown by his many admirers.”
Trump kicked off his 2024 White House bid with stops Saturday in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
The lack of other candidates indicated party lawmakers had rallied behind Hipkins to avoid a drawn-out contest and any sign of disunity following Ardern’s departure.
“We have a lot of questions,” said Rep. James Comer.