Scalise: Cheney Focusing Too Much on Past<br class='hidem'> to Keep Leadership
Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., speaks at a Capitol Hill press conference last month as Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., looks on. (Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images)
House Republicans are pushing to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership role because she insists on focusing on the past with her objections to former President Donald Trump rather than looking to the future and how to regain the GOP's control in Congress, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise said Thursday. [Full Story]
Facebook's Trump Verdict Renews Calls to Revoke Legal Shield
The decision by a Facebook Inc. panel to extend for up to six months former President Donald Trump's banishment from the social media platform has renewed calls to revoke the legal shield that enabled Facebook to grow into one of the richest and most powerful companies in...... [Full Story]
Education Sec. Cardona: Nation's Schools Fully Open by September
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NY's Sheldon Silver Ordered Back to Federal Prison: AP Source
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DeSantis Signs 'Strongest Election Integrity' Law in US
While signing the state's new voting law during a television [Full Story]
University of Miami May Face $75 Million Tab to Change Building Name: Report
The University of Miami could end up paying as much as $75 million to [Full Story]
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Newt Gingrich: China 'Thrilled' to Be Gifted Vaccine Tech
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Ex-AG Eric Holder Gets Swiss Billionaire's Backing for Partisan Gerrymandering Group
Former Attorney General Eric Holder's effort to redraw electoral maps [Full Story]

Poll Finds 1 in 6 Workers Stay at Unwanted Job for Health Insurance
More than 16% of adult workers stay in jobs they might otherwise [Full Story]
California Bar Owner Busted for Peddling Fake COVID Vaccine Cards
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Texas Senate Passes Bill Allowing People to Carry Handguns Without License
The Texas Senate has approved a Republican-led effort to allow people [Full Story]

Sen. Grassley Escalates Call for John Kerry Iran Probe
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has asked Secretary of State Antony [Full Story]
US Jobless Claims Curb to Pandemic Low of 498,000
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid fell last week to [Full Story]
Rome Jury Convicts 2 US Friends in Slaying of Police Officer
A jury in Italy convicted two American friends in the 2019 slaying in [Full Story]
South Carolina House Adds Firing Squad to Execution Methods
The South Carolina House has voted to add death by firing squad to [Full Story]
Trump Slams Media Over 'The Big Lie'
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday continued to accuse [Full Story]
St. Louis Prosecutor Who Charged McCloskeys Faces Misconduct Allegations
The St. Louis prosecutor who charged a couple with brandishing [Full Story]
Colombians March in 8th Day of Protests, Police Deploy Tear Gas
Riot police fired tear gas at protesters in Bogota on Wednesday [Full Story]
Court Upholds California Governor's Use of Emergency Powers
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's use of emergency powers to make [Full Story]
Democrats, Arizona Senate in Deal to Ensure Recount Security
The Arizona Democratic Party has reached a deal with the [Full Story]
Stacey Abrams' First Three Romance Novels Returning to Shelves
Fans of former Georgia gubernatorial candidate and political activist [Full Story]
Florida Gov. to Sign Budget Including $1,000 Bonuses for Police, First Responders
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said he will soon sign a budget that [Full Story]
US Backs Waiver of Patent Protection for Vaccines
President Joe Biden's administration has officially announced its [Full Story]
Bill Gates Shifted $1.8 Billion in Stock to Melinda on Day of Divorce News
Bill Gates's investment firm Cascade Investment transferred $1.8 [Full Story]
Noem Blasts Media for Calling Sturgis Motorcycle Rally a 'Super-Spreader' Event
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SEC Chief Signals New Rules in Wake of GameStop Frenzy
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US Unemployment Claims Curb to Pandemic Low of 498K
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid fell last week to 498,000, the lowest point since the viral pandemic struck 14 months ago and a sign of the job market's growing strength as businesses reopen and consumers step up spending. [Full Story]
Study Examines Why COVID-19 Mortality Rates Higher Among Hispanics
Hispanic people in America have died at disproportionately higher rates than whites from COVID-19. A new study found Hispanics accounted for almost 41% of age-adjusted deaths, although they make up only 19% of the population. [Full Story]
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