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Tetra Images – Henryk Sadura/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Almost a year after a long-awaited U.S. intelligence report on UFOs provided few answers to what military pilots had encountered in more than 140 incidents, top Pentagon officials will face Congress on Tuesday in the first hearing in more than 50 years focused on UFOs. The intelligence […]

adamkaz/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Primary elections on Tuesday night in five states will showcase some of the many factors that have been swirling around the 2022 midterm elections, including the power of endorsements, shakeups from redistricting, and the uncertain futures of the Democratic and Republican parties. The Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary race is among the […]

Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Assuming his role as consoler-in-chief, President Joe Biden will travel to Buffalo, New York, on Tuesday, to visit a community in mourning following Saturday’s racially-motivated mass shooting at a supermarket that left 10 Black people dead, three wounded and countless others fearing for their lives. Biden is expected […]

John Elk III/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The White House announced a historic shift in its policy toward Cuba Monday night, saying that for the first time in six decades it will sign off on an American company investing in a private Cuba-based and Cuban-owned business. The deal is pending approval by the Cuban government but […]

Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — In her first sit-down interview since leaving Washington, Melania Trump appeared on Fox News on Sunday where she addressed some of her ongoing work as a former first lady and looked back at her time in the White House — and what came after. It was a rare […]

Grant Faint/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The Supreme Court’s conservative majority Monday struck down a 20-year-old campaign finance limit aimed at curbing corruption in politics, delivering a win to Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who had challenged the federal law. Chief Justice John Roberts, in an opinion joined by the five other conservative justices, said that caps […]

Drew Angerer/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Top Republicans in the House of Representatives are facing new scrutiny as critics, including within their own party, contend they failed to condemn the same racist rhetoric espoused by the suspected gunman who killed 10 Black people at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket on Saturday. The far-right conspiracy that white […]

STEFANI REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The gunman who opened fire on a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, in what authorities described as a “racially-motivated attack” has a “hate-filled soul,” President Joe Biden said Sunday. While speaking at an event to honor law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty […]

Michelle Gustafson/Bloomberg via Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Pennsylvania’s Lt. Gov John Fetterman, the leading Democratic candidate in the Pennsylvania Senate race, said Sunday that he suffered a stroke on Friday. “I had a stroke that was caused by a clot from my heart being in an A-fib rhythm for too long,” Fetterman said in […]

Tom Williams-Pool/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., was hospitalized this weekend after suffering a minor stroke, he said Sunday. He was admitted to George Washington University Hospital after experiencing lightheadedness and acute neck pain while delivering a speech in western Maryland, the senator said in a statement. An angiogram Sunday indicated he […]

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