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Recent articles by Domenico:

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The provisions in Texas' restrictive abortion law are not popular, an NPR poll finds

A clear majority of Americans opposes key provisions of the controversial new Texas abortion law, including most Republicans, the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds. → Read More

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Biden's Approval Rating Hits A New Low After The Afghanistan Withdrawal

President Biden's approval rating slid to just 43%, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. The decline is principally due to independents, a key swing group. → Read More

Biden's Approval Rating Hits A New Low After The Afghanistan Withdrawal

President Biden's approval rating slid to just 43%, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. The decline is principally due to independents, a key swing group. → Read More

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5 Questions Now After President Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal

Among the questions: What happens to the Americans still in Afghanistan? And: What does the exit mean for Biden's approach to the world? → Read More

5 Questions Now After President Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal

Among the questions: What happens to the Americans still in Afghanistan? And: What does the exit mean for Biden's approach to the world? → Read More

Watch live: Biden speaks as U.S. on pace to leave Afghanistan by Aug. 31 deadline

The president told G-7 leaders that the U.S. is set to finish withdrawing from Afghanistan by Aug. 31 and asked the Pentagon and State Department for contingency plans if the deadline cannot be met. → Read More

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Here's How Democrats Get Their Domestic Agenda Through — And It's Not Easy

The resurgent coronavirus and the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan have likely made an already-difficult path for President Biden's big-spending legislative agenda even tougher. → Read More

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6 Political Takeaways For President Biden From The Chaotic Afghanistan Withdrawal

The disorganization and confusion of President Biden's full U.S. withdrawal of Afghanistan have put him in a political hole. → Read More

6 Political Takeaways For President Biden From The Chaotic Afghanistan Withdrawal

The disorganization and confusion of President Biden's full U.S. withdrawal of Afghanistan have put him in a political hole. → Read More

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Biden's Choices In Afghanistan Were Complicated. So Is The Fallout He Faces

The simple question of whether the U.S. should stay or go was not simple at all. Now Biden's determination to leave Afghanistan has resulted in a bigger mess than he bargained for. → Read More

Biden's Choices In Afghanistan Were Complicated. So Is The Fallout He Faces

The fall of the U.S.-backed government in Afghanistan to the Taliban happened faster than almost anyone in Washington — or Kabul — could have imagined. → Read More

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Justice Department Is Investigating Phoenix Police After Reports Of Excessive Force

The Justice Department will be probing the Phoenix police's use of force and their treatment of the city's homeless. → Read More

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Trump Calls The Fight To Get Tax Returns A Political Attempt To Retaliate Against Him

"The requests single out President Trump because he is a Republican and a political opponent," the former president's lawyers say in a new motion. → Read More

President Biden Calls On New York Gov. Cuomo To Resign After Harassment Report

Updated August 3, 2021 at 5:20 PM ET President Biden called on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign Tuesday after an explosive new report was released → Read More

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Capitol Police Officer Testifies To The Racism He Faced During The Jan. 6 Riot

Capitol Police Pfc. Harry Dunn noted in testimony before Congress about the U.S. Capitol insurrection that he was called the N-word after he said he voted for President Biden. → Read More

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Poll: More Americans Are Concerned About Voting Access Than Fraud Prevention

Fifty-six percent are more worried that those who want to vote can, but the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll also found that most agree that voters should have to present photo ID at the polls. → Read More

Hope For Normalcy Is Growing. Here's What Americans Are Still Worried About

Here's what U.S. adults say about President Biden's handling of the economy, their top economic concerns and how they feel about the coronavirus pandemic, based on a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll. → Read More

Hope For Normalcy Is Growing. Here's What Americans Are Still Worried About

Here's what U.S. adults say about President Biden's handling of the economy, their top economic concerns and how they feel about the coronavirus pandemic, based on a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll. → Read More

With Trump Holding Rallies Again, The Shadow 2024 Republican Campaign Continues – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Trump railed against "left-wing indoctrination" in schools, "fake news media" and Big Tech "tyrants." → Read More

White House Says The U.S. Will Narrowly Miss Its Vaccination Goal

The country will narrowly miss President Biden's goal of having 70% of the U.S. adult population at least partially vaccinated by July 4, according → Read More