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A North Dakota state rep’s harassment was so constant, GOP colleague says, she moved her desk across the room
U.S. announces sanctions on Russia for the poisoning and jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Home-security cameras have become a fruitful resource for law enforcement — and a fatal risk
A mom reported her 6-year-old missing. She’d actually run him over and thrown him in a river, police said.
Analysis: Sarkozy’s conviction carries echoes for Trump
Some Senate Democrats rally behind recurring direct payments as jockeying for next relief bill begins
Biden to announce that pharmaceutical giant Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine in pact between competitors
U.S. alleges Proud Boys planned to break into Capitol on Jan. 6 from many different points
New Orleans Archdiocese tells Catholics to avoid Johnson & Johnson vaccine, saying it is "morally compromised"
Fact Checker: Trump falsely claims he "requested" 10,000 troops rejected by Pelosi
Boy Scouts releases sex-abuse bankruptcy plan, with $300 million coming from local councils
Analysis | Andrew Cuomo timeline: His comments about sexual misconduct and the allegations against him
House ethics office says there’s "substantial reason to believe" Rep. Steven Palazzo misused campaign, congressional funds
A Capitol rioter said he posed as "Antifa," feds say, then boasted he beat police who "got exactly what they deserved"
Saudi crown prince accused of crimes against humanity in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi
How to care for your wood cutting board so it lasts a lifetime
Biden administration provides slim increase in help for ACA insurance coaches
Analysis: How Trump got more votes than Republican House candidates but still lost
Kenyan police are using Twitter to become known as crime fighters, not killers
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