More than 1.8 million voters have already cast their ballots in the high-stakes runoff....

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Title 42, a policy that allows U.S. border officials to expel some migrants on public health grounds, is set to end on Dec. 21 because of a court order....

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The prosecution rested its case, but first got permission to tell jurors a fraudulent practice "was known to Mr. Trump"...

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The current order of nominating contests is Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina....

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Pence has said he will not announce a decision on whether to pursue the presidency until some time next year....

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It's the first state dinner President Biden has hosted since taking office last year....

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Col. Paris Davis (ret.) was first recommended for the nation's highest combat honor in 1965, but the packet of recommendations for the medal was lost....

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The court said in a brief order​ that it will hear arguments in February, but will keep the program on hold for now....

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"I understand there has been some speculation about my future," he joked with the crowd in Hanover, Maryland....

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A Washington, D.C., jury on Tuesday convicted Oath Keepers leaders Stewart Rhodes and Kelly Meggs of seditious conspiracy....

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The Jan. 6 select committee issued a subpoena to Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos in late September, though he sued to block it....

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"The path to restore, protect or even expand abortion access and equitable access has to run through the states right now," said Sarah Standiford of Planned Parenthood Action Fund....

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Long considered a rising star in the party, the 52-year-old Jeffries will make history as the first Black party leader in either chamber of Congress....

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He was the subject of former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson's explosive public testimony to the committee earlier this year....

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