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Stefan Zaklin/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The 2022 midterm cycle is not even done yet, with Georgia’s runoff next month leaving the U.S. Senate’s margin in question, and speculation over the 2024 presidential race is swallowing up media coverage. But already, Democrats and Republicans are positioning themselves for congressional runs in key races two years from […]

Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images President Joe Biden reiterated his call to pursue a ban on assault weapons following the latest mass shooting at a Walmart in Virginia and said it’s “sick” that the U.S. continues to sell semiautomatic weapons. “The idea we still allow semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It’s just sick. It has […]

ANDREY DENISYUK/GettyImages (WASHINGTON) — The Biden administration will extend the pause on student loan payments once again, President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday, as the program to cancel millions of peoples’ student loans remains tied up in the courts. The extension is intended to give the Supreme Court time to rule on the lawsuits brought […]

Demetrius Freeman/The Washington Post/Getty Images (ATLANTA, GA) — As Georgians gather for Thanksgiving, food and celebration won’t be the only things on their mind. Conversations about politics could also swirl around the dinner table as the Thanksgiving holiday arrives in the middle of a heated runoff election cycle. “Well, I was trying to not have […]

US Department of Justice (ATLANTA) — A federal appeals court on Tuesday seemed poised to grant a Justice Department request to rescind the appointment of a special master in the investigation into the handling of classified material seized in August from former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. In a hearing Tuesday afternoon, a three-judge […]

ABC News (NEW YORK) — Colorado Gov. Jared Polis told “The View” Tuesday that the state should take a second look at how local sheriffs are using the red flag law to protect citizens in the wake of the deadly mass shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs. On the eve of Transgender Day […]

Joe Raedle/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday denied former President Donald Trump’s request to block an appeals court order that he surrender his tax returns and other financial records to the House Ways and Means Committee. The court offered no explanation for the decision. There was no noted dissent or vote […]

Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — ABC News reports that Alaska’s incumbent senator, Republican Lisa Murkowski, is projected to win reelection against another Republican opponent, Trump-backed Kelly Tshibaka, and that Democrat Rep. Mary Peltola, the first Alaska Native elected to Congress, is projected to win reelection to her at-large House seat against Republican challenger Sarah Palin. […]

ABC News (WASHINGTON) — When Zooey Zephyr’s flight touched down in Missoula, Montana, the results of her race for the 100th district of the Montana House of Representatives dropped. She celebrated on board, surrounded by her constituents, as she found out she was elected Montana’s first transgender state legislator. She was the last one off […]

Scott Olson/Getty Images (TALLAHASSEE, FL) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who appears to be eying a run for the presidency in 2024, cruised to reelection this month with the backing of a Rolodex of wealthy GOP donors — topped by an aerospace mogul who says that UFOs are real and that space aliens are here […]