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North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announces he's dropping out of the presidential race
12/04/2023 4:19 PM
While he did not provide a clear reason for the suspension of his campaign, Burgum did lodge criticisms at the RNC for its debate rules in his Monday morning announcement.
Morning news brief
12/04/2023 10:04 AM
Israel's military expands Gaza ground offensive ? targets all Hamas strongholds. The Purdue Pharma OxyContin settlement lands at the Supreme Court. Former Rep. Liz Cheney's new book is out Tuesday.
Liz Cheney spoke with NPR about her book on Trump's efforts to overturn the elections
12/03/2023 1:30 PM
A preview of Lela Fadel's sit down with former Congresswoman Liz Cheney, whose new book is about former President Donald Trump's efforts to remain in office after losing the 2020 elections.
Politics chat: Biden administration's post-war vision; RNC primary calendar
12/03/2023 1:04 PM
We look at the Biden Administration's post-war visions for Gaza and the West Bank. We also look a the RNC's primary calendar and the timeline of its delegate nominating process.
Alabama gears up to host the fourth Republican presidential primary debate
12/03/2023 1:04 PM
Alabama will host the fourth GOP presidential primary debate. Republicans hope the event, held at the University of Alabama, will ignite an interest in politics in potential young voters.
Biden used to keep quiet about Trump. Now Biden's invoking his name to raise alarms
12/03/2023 10:00 AM
In the 2024 election, President Biden hopes to benefit from talking more directly about former President Trump. The latest example is their exchange of words about the Affordable Care Act.
The GOP primary campaign could be over just as Trump's trials are getting underway
12/02/2023 1:36 PM
On Super Tuesday, March 5, Republicans will have allocated almost half of their delegates, just as the first criminal case against former President Donald Trump is getting underway.
In George Santos' district, voters say the House made the right decision
12/02/2023 1:26 PM
Many residents in former Rep. George Santos' district think the House made the right decision to expel him. While those who work in his office say they will remain open to serve constituents.
Week in politics: George Santos expelled; aid to Israel and Ukraine; remembrances
12/02/2023 12:57 PM
A new vacancy in the House after lawmakers vote to expel GOP member George Santos; negotiations over military aid to Israel and Ukraine; remembering Henry Kissinger and Sandra Day O'Connor.
Trump and DeSantis make appearances in Iowa ahead of the January 15 caucuses
12/02/2023 12:57 PM
With the countdown to the Iowa caucuses on, former President Donald Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis make appearances there this weekend.
Liz Cheney is back and unloading on the current leaders of her ancestral GOP
12/02/2023 10:00 AM
There is no good time for a book as critical of one's own party as Oath and Honor, but it is particularly uncomfortable for the GOP to be taking these punches right now.
Federal judge rejects Trump's immunity claims in 2020 election interference case
12/02/2023 2:11 AM
U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan's decision amounts to a sharp rejection to challenges the Trump defense team had raised to the four-count indictment in advance of the trial.
Appeals court says Trump isn't immune from Jan. 6 riot lawsuits
12/01/2023 7:05 PM
The ruling stems from several lawsuits brought by Capitol Police officers and Democratic members of Congress seeking civil damages from Donald Trump related to the events of Jan. 6, 2021.
N.Y. Rep. George Santos expelled from Congress
12/01/2023 4:42 PM
Members of the House of Representatives voted 311 to 114 Friday morning to expel Santos from Congress. The embattled congressman is accused by prosecutors of a number of financial misdeeds.
DeSantis-Newsom 'debate' offers window into the future of warring visions of America
12/01/2023 1:24 PM
There couldn't be two governors with more opposite ideologies than the Florida Republican and the California Democrat, but few minds were likely changed.

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