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David Jackson

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Recent articles by David:

Cassidy Hutchinson says Meadows told her Jan. 6 could get 'real, real bad': live updates

Cassidy Hutchinson has been a key witness throughout the Jan. 6 hearings, offering information on lawmakers' effort to challenge election results. → Read More

One month after Uvalde massacre, Biden signs most significant gun reform bill in nearly 30 years

The new law enhances background checks on young gun buyers, and encourages states to develop more and better "red flag" laws. → Read More

At least 5 House Republicans sought pardons after Jan. 6, including Brooks, Gaetz, testimony reveals

The GOP lawmakers – Mo Brooks, Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs, Louie Gohmert and Scott Perry – have denied wrongdoing. → Read More

Congress could pass Senate gun deal — but a larger, fractious impasse is unlikely to shift

The Senate gun deal, weeks after the Uvalde mass shooting, could be the last bipartisan achievement before pivotal midterm elections in November. → Read More

Primary takeaways: A good night for women like Bowser in D.C. and Britt in Ala.; tight House races in Va.

Another round of primary races in Washington, D.C., Alabama, Georgia and Virginia put women like Katie Britt and Muriel Bowser on November ballots. → Read More

Races in DC, Alabama, Georgia and Virginia Tuesday to help set stage for November general elections

Voters in several states and Washington, D.C., will decide political contests Tuesday, including Mo Brooks's Senate attempt in Alabama. → Read More

Gun control deal: Group of senators – including 10 Republicans – announce breakthrough

Senators did not issue specific and detailed legislation, but they and President Joe Biden expressed cautious optimism. → Read More

What did Americans learn in the Jan. 6 committee's hearing on the Capitol attack?

The House January 6 committee used previously unseen videotaped depositions, texts and documents to make a case against former President Donald Trump. → Read More

'Proud Boys' can still attend Donald Trump rallies – but no logos allowed

Security officials at a Donald Trump rally blocked the entry of a man in a Proud Boys shirt and said they would allow him without logos or insignia. → Read More

In Uvalde, families grieve. In Houston, 300 miles across Texas, the NRA will hold its annual convention

Even after an Uvalde school shooting left 19 children and two teachers dead, the NRA will hold its annual convention 300 miles away in Houston, Texas. → Read More

Primary Tuesday: Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania, Madison Cawthorn in NC, plus Idaho and more

GOP and Democratic primaries will include Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho, Oregon and Kentucky. Candidates range from Dr. Oz to Rep. Cawthorn. → Read More

J.D. Vance lands Donald Trump endorsement in crowded Ohio GOP Senate primary

Former President Donald Trump endorsed J.D. Vance in Ohio's GOP Senate primary, a crowded race that will test the ex-president's influence. → Read More

Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson addresses philosophy, sentencing questions: live updates

Senate Judiciary Committee members start their questioning of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on day two of her confirmation hearings. → Read More

Ukraine, Russia meet on Belarusian border; UN reports 102 civilian deaths: live updates

Russian, Ukrainian officials will meet as Moscow's assault on Kyiv eases overnight. U.N. will hold meetings on Russian invasion. → Read More

Putin puts nuclear forces on high alert; Ukrainians, Russians agree to talks

Ukrainian military forces held off another attack by Russia on Kyiv. But Russian troops have reached Kharkiv, Ukraine's second-largest city. → Read More

Two New York prosecutors leading Trump inquiry resign from Manhattan District Attorney's Office

A spokeswoman for the Manhattan District Attorney's Office said the investigation into former president Donald Trump's business is ongoing. → Read More

National Archives: Donald Trump removed classified documents from the White House

National Archives "has identified items marked as classified national security information within the boxes" that Donald Trump stored at Mar-a-Lago. → Read More

NY judge: Donald Trump, children must testify in investigation of business practices

Judge rejects arguments by Trump attorneys that Attorney General Letitia James is politically biased against the former president. → Read More

Mitch McConnell calls Jan. 6 a 'violent insurrection,' hits Republicans for censure of Cheney, Kinzinger

GOP Senate leader McConnell broke with the Republican National Committee on the riot. The RNC censured two members on a committee to probe Jan. 6. → Read More

A warning to Trump? New poll shows ex-president, DeSantis in close race for Florida GOP primary in 2024

Donald Trump leads Gov. Ron DeSantis by 47%-40%, within the margin of error among Florida Republicans in a new Suffolk University/USA TODAY poll. → Read More