While some are praising the decision, others have raised concerns about what leaving could mean for Afghanistan....

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"They would have had a battle on their hands," Pelosi said of the insurrectionists who broke into the Capitol on January 6....

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The Trump administration's changes to the family planning program resulted in more than 180,000 unintended pregnancies, according to the Department of Health and Human Services....

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The timing and other details of the vice president's trip have not yet been announced....

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All forces will be withdrawn by September 11, 2021, the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks....

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Just 0.3% of more than 600,000 migrants expelled by U.S. border officials under a pandemic-era policy have been allowed to pursue U.S. refuge....

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The address is not an official State of the Union because a president's first speech before Congress is not considered a State of the Union....

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The Senate will take up the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act this week, although it is unclear whether it will receive GOP support....

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A new report says China, Russia, Iran and North Korea will seek to challenge U.S. interests in different arenas and on multiple levels....

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"What's happening in Michigan today can be happening in other states or other parts of the country tomorrow," Governor Gretchen Whitmer warned....

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The president is trying to negotiate his infrastructure package with lawmakers....

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AAPI Victory Alliance looks to build off increased Asian American turnout in 2020 elections, and combat string of violence against the community...

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The former House speaker​ rose to his leadership position on a wave of Tea Party support in 2011 before resigning in 2015, and has been accused of opening the door to a new era of GOP extremism....

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The former Speaker discusses his new memoir, "On the House," and why he says "crazies" have taken over the Republican Party....

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