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Rebecca Shabad


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Past articles by Rebecca:

Former Trump adviser Stephen Miller appears at D.C. federal court where Jan. 6 grand jury meets

An appeals court last week denied an emergency motion from Trump’s legal team that sought to block the testimony of Miller and other aides to the former president. → Read More

Biden White House largely blames Trump admin for troubled U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan

A new report from the National Security Council largely blamed former President Donald Trump's administration for the breakdown that occurred after U.S. troops withdrew. → Read More

Trump can be sued by police over Jan. 6, Justice Department says

DOJ attorneys said in a court filing in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia that Trump does not have absolute immunity from civil lawsuits filed by police officers and members of Congress. → Read More

Liz Cheney to join University of Virginia as a professor

WASHINGTON — Former Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., is joining the University of Virginia as a professor of practice, the university's Center for Politics announced Wednesday. → Read More

Buttigieg to visit East Palestine following train derailment and toxic spill

Republicans have called on the transportation secretary to resign after the derailment earlier this month. → Read More

Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro says his office made a criminal referral in East Palestine train derailment

Ohio Gov. DeWine also signaled during the press conference that his state is also preparing to take legal action. → Read More

White House physician says Biden remains 'fit for duty' after routine medical exam

Kevin O'Connor, the president's physician, said one small lesion on Biden’s chest was removed and sent for biopsy. → Read More

DOJ charges 3 men in murder-for-hire plot against journalist critical of Iran

WASHINGTON — The Department of Justice has charged three members of an Eastern European criminal group with ties to Iran with attempting to assassinate a prominent U.S. journalist and activist critical of the Iranian regime. → Read More

Adam Schiff running for Senate in California, joining crowded 2024 primary

WASHINGTON — Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., announced Thursday he's running for Senate in 2024, joining what's expected to be a crowded Democratic primary race for the seat held by Sen. → Read More

Sen. Josh Hawley Says He’ll Introduce Legislation to Ban TikTok Nationwide

A similar bill was unveiled by other lawmakers in the House and Senate in the last Congress, but it was not considered in either chamber. → Read More

Harris to visit California in wake of mass shootings

Vice President Kamala Harris plans to travel to California following a spate of mass shootings that have left at least 19 people dead in the last several days. → Read More

Democrats Kaine, Warren and Gillibrand are all running for re-election

Three Democratic senators announced their intentions to run for another term in 2024 — Virginia's Tim Kaine, Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts and New York's Kirsten Gillibrand. → Read More

Union membership fell to record low in 2022, Bureau of Labor Statistics says

The agency found that the union membership rate dropped to 10.1% in 2022, down from 10.3% in 2021. → Read More

George Santos says his mom was in the World Trade Center on 9/11. Records show she wasn't in the U.S.

The congressman said on his website that his mother was in the South Tower on 9/11. Newly obtained records indicate she was living in Rio de Janeiro then. → Read More

Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar receive committee assignments after Democrats kicked them off

While holding the majority in 2021, House Democrats removed Greene and Gosar from their assigned committees due to controversial posts they made on social media. → Read More

Biden to deliver his State of the Union address on Feb. 7

Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., sent a formal invitation Friday to Biden to deliver the address on that date and the president has accepted. → Read More

Rep. Barbara Lee tells colleagues she plans to run for Senate

It wasn't an official announcement, but her remarks behind closed doors came one day after Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., announced a bid for the same seat. → Read More

George Santos sworn into Congress as investigations mount

George Santos, the New York Republican who's confessed to lying about part of his background, was sworn in as a House member amid probes into his 2022 campaign. → Read More

Sen. Debbie Stabenow announces she won't seek re-election in 2024

The Michigan Democrat's decision sets the stage for a competitive race in a battleground state during a presidential election year. → Read More

Biden says he intends to visit the U.S.-Mexico border for first time since taking office

The president, who didn’t provide further details, is scheduled to attend the North American Leaders' Summit in Mexico City next week. → Read More