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Past articles by Alex:

Biden declares Russia threat 'national emergency,' lobs sanctions; 10 diplomats booted over election meddling

President Biden on Thursday signed an executive order declaring a “national emergency” over the threat from Russia, as his administration slapped new sanctions on the country. → Read More

Dems' claims of GOP 'recon tours' before Capitol riots fail to generate evidence 2 months later

It’s been two months since several House Democrats accused unnamed Republican colleagues of aiding Jan. 6 rioters by providing them with tours of the U.S. Capitol before the chaos – but no proof has come to light yet to back up those claims. → Read More

Cuomo accuser Charlotte Bennett calls governor 'textbook abuser' in interview

A 25-year-old former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has accused him of sexual harassment, called the Democrat a "textbook abuser" in a new interview that aired Friday. → Read More

7 Republican senators vote to convict Trump on incitement charge

Former President Trump was acquitted Saturday in the Senate on the impeachment charge of inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot – though seven Republican senators still voted with Democrats to convict. → Read More

Trump awards Rep. Jim Jordan the Medal of Freedom, credits his defense during impeachment

President Trump on Monday awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Rep. Jim Jordan, the Republican from Ohio who has served as a high-profile congressional defender of the Trump throughout his presidency. → Read More

Georgia Senate runoffs bringing on a 'great deal of urgency' among Dems: Stacey Abrams

Georgia Democratic activist Stacey Abrams said Sunday her party feels a "great deal of urgency" about the Senate runoff elections taking place in the state Tuesday, calling for Democrats to cast ballots for Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock. → Read More

Jim Biden refuses to answer questions about family’s business dealings

EXCLUSIVE: Jim Biden, the brother of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, refused to answer questions Wednesday when approached by Fox News outside a house in Maryland about claims the former vice president had knowledge about the family’s overseas business ventures. → Read More

Biden takes heat after saying confirming Barrett would not be 'constitutional’

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is facing pushback to his claim that Republican efforts to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court are not “constitutional.” → Read More

Trump camp still pushing for in-person Miami debate with Biden amid turmoil over schedule

President Trump’s campaign is still pushing for an in-person debate to take place in Miami next week even though plans for the remaining showdowns with Joe Biden have unraveled over the last day. → Read More

Biden says the next person elected president should choose Ginsburg’s replacement

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the winner of November's presidential election should be the person to nominate a successor to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday. → Read More

Top aide to US Attorney John Durham resigns from DOJ amid probe into Russia investigation

A top aide to US Attorney John Durham, who is probing the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation, has resigned from the Department of Justice, Fox News has confirmed. → Read More

Justice Department seeks to defend Trump in E. Jean Carroll lawsuit relating to rape allegation

The Justice Department on Tuesday sought to intervene and defend President Trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by a columnist who accused him of raping her in the 1990s. → Read More

Michigan GOP says headquarters vandalized with 'radical anti-police statements'

The Michigan Republican Party says its headquarters in Lansing was vandalized over the Labor Day weekend “with radical anti-police statements,” and it shared photos of graffiti on the building. → Read More

Richard Neal, influential Dem rep, survives progressive primary challenge

Progressives hoped for an upset in Massachusetts’ 1st Congressional District the Holyoke Mayor faced off against Neal, who has served in Congress since 1989. → Read More

DC mayor pleads with US attorney to ramp up prosecutions of violent protesters

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is pleading with the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia to ramp up prosecutions of those arrested by police for violence at protests, saying she is “dismayed” that prosecutors aren’t bringing cases. → Read More

Trump announces pardon of Jon Ponder ahead of GOP convention appearance

President Trump on Tuesday announced a pardon of Jon Ponder ahead of the convicted bank robber's appearance at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night. → Read More

Brennan interviewed in Durham probe, told he’s not a ‘target,' aide claims

John Brennan was interviewed Friday by U.S. Attorney John Durham as part of the review of any misconduct related to the origins of the Russia probe, but the former CIA director was assured he’s not a target in the investigation, a Brennan spokesman said. → Read More

Trump rips Biden for not talking about police, violent protests in DNC acceptance speech

President Trump, in a Friday interview with Fox News’ Steve Hilton, slammed Joe Biden for “what he didn’t say” in his Democratic National Convention acceptance speech, criticizing his opponent for not talking about law enforcement and violent protests. → Read More

Trump slammed for not rejecting conspiracy theory Kamala Harris is ineligible for vice presidency

President Trump would not reject a conspiracy theory that Kamala Harris is ineligible to serve as vice president because her parents were born outside the United States. → Read More

Biden plans running mate announcement for middle of the week: report

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is preparing to announce his running mate during the middle of this week after the presumptive Democratic nominee finished interviewing every finalist to run with him in November, the New York Times reported Monday. → Read More