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Past articles by Sarah:

The Supreme Court justices paid an average of $42,539 to go to college. Today, they'd have to pay around $320,531.

Four of the nine justices graduated in the 1970s, a time when the average student loan debt was around $1,000. → Read More

A Texas bill could ban trans athletes from playing college sports

If passed, student athletes on teams authorized by public colleges will only play on teams matching the gender they were assigned at birth. → Read More

A Trump spokeswoman mocked Pete Buttigieg's military service in a Memorial Day weekend spat with Ron DeSantis

Liz Harrington tweeted that DeSantis is not in the presidential race "for the country." Supporters responded by sharing images of him in the military. → Read More

A judge temporarily halted South Carolina's law that would ban most abortions at 6 weeks, a day after it was signed

The state's old abortion law, which bans abortions past 20 weeks, was reinstated until the state's Supreme Court can assess the new law. → Read More

Thousands of Afghans who worked for the US have made a perilous 16,000-mile journey to the US-Mexico border to seek asylum in the last year

About 3,600 Afghans have made the journey to the US-Mexico border to seek asylum in the last year. Many of them worked for the US in Afghanistan. → Read More

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch calls COVID-19 response "the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in peacetime history"

In an eigh-page response to a Republican-led effort to keep in place Title 42, a restrictive immigration policy, Gorsuch didn't mince words. → Read More

Former White House press secretary says Trump's changing of his messaging of his Mar-a-Lago raid shows that he's nervous: 'It's very telling'

"This isn't like him to change his message so often. He's much better at PR than that," Stephanie Grisham said. → Read More

Mr. Rodman goes to Moscow? Dennis Rodman reportedly heading to Russia to help secure Brittney Griner's release

"I got permission to go to Russia to help that girl," Rodman told NBC News. "I'm trying to go this week." → Read More

1,000 people stranded in Death Valley National Park due to floods

"All roads into and out of the park are currently closed and will remain closed until park staff can assess the extensiveness of the situation," NPS said. → Read More

Senior Biden official who expects gas to drop to $4 a gallon says oil prices has 'come down at the fastest rate' in decades

Amos Hochstein said it's the fastest decline in rates after a rise in oil prices during a war in Europe, where one of the parties is a large producer. → Read More

GOP Sen. Rick Scott says midterm elections will be about 'gas prices and food prices' and not Trump

"This year is going to be a referendum on Biden, it's pretty simple," Scott told Fox New Sunday host Shannon Bream. → Read More

Rep. Zoe Lofgren says Jan. 6 committee expects to get Secret Service text messages by Tuesday

"I was shocked to hear that they didn't back up their data before they reset their iPhones. That's crazy. I don't know why that would be," Lofgren said. → Read More

Bernie Sanders rebukes Biden's visit to Saudi Arabia, says the US shouldn't 'be maintaining a warm relationship with a dictatorship'

Sanders said he doesn't believe Saudi Arabia should be "rewarded with a visit" from the US president after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. → Read More

Police in Alaska are investigating a social media photo of a woman who showed an officer her 'white privilege card' instead of a driver's license during traffic stop

Mimi Israelah said in a Facebook post she couldn't find her license and showed the officer a card that read "White Privilege Card Trumps Everything." → Read More

Russia visited Iran at least twice to check out drones to use in war against Ukraine, White House says

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said the administration has intelligence that Iran was preparing to provide Russia with "up to several hundred" drones. → Read More

Mike Pence's former chief of staff says 'it's a very risky precedent' to have a VP testify in front of January 6 committee

Marc Short said he's sure if Republicans take control of Congress they'll be lawmakers who would want to question what happened in the Biden White House. → Read More

An armed man accused of shouting 'I'm going to kill you' outside of Rep. Pramila Jayapal's home had plans to pitch a tent on her property, police say

"Go back to India, I'm going to kill you," police said the 48-year-old man shouted while driving around Jaypal's Seattle, Washington, home. → Read More

Alabama officials are using the overturning of Roe v. Wade to argue that the state should also be able to ban gender-affirming medical care

A brief from the Alabama Attorney General's office argued that gender-affirming care was also not "deeply rooted in our history or traditions." → Read More

Gov. Kristi Noem says 'every life is precious' when asked if a pregnant 10-year-old girl should be forced to have a baby under abortion laws

A 10-year-old Ohio girl had to cross state lines into Indiana to obtain an abortion after her state's ban went into effect. → Read More

Top White House official says he's optimistic Supreme Court's ruling overturning Roe v. Wade will not stand long

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra on Sunday said he doesn't believe the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade "is going to stand long." → Read More