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“We will right the unforgivable wrongs of Jan. 6,” Ms. Cheney said at a virtual foreign policy event on Tuesday, referring to the attack on the Capitol.
Senators pressed through hours of backlogged confirmation hearings on Tuesday as pressure intensified to get the president’s cabinet picks through the process.
In yet another attempt to erase the Donald Trump years, the Joe Biden administration has decided to go back to an old version of the U.S. Citizenship test. The current test, which was implemented by the Trump administration, has been criticized by some for not giving enough notice before the […]
Merrick Garland, who is President Joe Biden’s pick for U.S. Attorney General, gave some fairly left-leaning answers to questions during the first day of his Senate confirmation hearings on Monday. At times however, Senators were lucky that their questions were answered at all. Garland also managed to dodge some answers […]
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