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Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday will address her “future plans” in Democratic leadership, according to her spokesperson, a decision that will have a major impact on Democrats in their new position as House minority. “Speaker Pelosi has been overwhelmed by calls from colleagues, […]

Miguel Sotomayor/Getty Images (AUSTIN, Texas) — The Texas legislature has recently introduced anti-transgender bills during Transgender Awareness Week as lawmakers prepare for the 2023 legislative session. Texas has long been a battleground for transgender rights. The state has been under fire from LGBTQ residents, allies and activists for legislation requiring students to use bathrooms and […]

Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — California Rep. Karen Bass is projected to win her campaign to become Los Angeles’ mayor, ABC News reports. Bass will be the first woman and second Black person, after Tom Bradley, to hold the office. She had appeared to be in a close race against the […]

Brandon Bell/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sent a letter to Joe Biden on Wednesday urging the president to, as Abbott described it, carry out his constitutional obligations to protect the country from what Abbott called an “invasion” of migrants at the southern border. Abbott slammed the president’s policies, contending that Biden’s “inaction […]

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Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Rep. David Cicilline, a Rhode Island Democrat who served as a House manager for the second Trump impeachment, is circulating legislation that would seek to bar Donald Trump from holding federal office again under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment — language meant to block former Confederates from serving in […]

The Good Brigade/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — U.S. social media companies are prioritizing making a profit over taking down harmful rhetoric that leads to violent extremists perpetuating the ideology, according to a Senate Homeland Security Committee report released on Wednesday. “Social media companies have failed to meaningfully address the growing presence of extremism on their platforms,” […]

Hill Street Studios/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Sophia Shapiro recalls the moment the Pennsylvania governor’s race was called for her dad, Democrat Josh Shapiro, over Doug Mastriano, his Republican challenger, in one of the earliest indications last week of a thwarted red wave of Republican wins. “The first thing we said election night when we heard […]

Photo by Mike Kline (notkalvin)/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The Senate is poised this week to pass landmark legislation to federally enshrine both same-sex and interracial marriage rights, amid what Democrats call a worry that the Supreme Court’s conservative majority could overturn protections for both. The first key test vote was Wednesday to start formal debate […]

Mint Images/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Republicans are projected to retake control of the House in the midterm elections, breaking Democrats’ unified control of the federal government, ABC News reports. Despite other midterm disappointments, that marks a major victory for the party that’s been the chamber’s minority since 2019 — and will be a blow to […]

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