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Past articles by Morgan:

Psaki defends Biden snapping at reporters over Afghanistan questions: He was 'done'

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that President Biden snapped at reporters questioning him on the Afghanistan drawdown because he was “ready to be done answering questions.” → Read More

Democrats concerned Harris couldn't beat a GOP nominee, even if Trump: report

Democrats, including some Biden administration officials, are reportedly so concerned about Vice President Kamala Harris’ missteps that they don’t believe she could beat a Republican in 2024 if she were to be the nominee – even if her opponent was former President Donald Trump. → Read More

California Gov. Gavin Newsom recall vote set for Sept. 14

The recall election for California Gov. Gavin Newsom is set for Sept. 14. → Read More

Fence surrounding US Capitol is expected to come down starting on July 8

The remaining fence surrounding the U.S. Capitol will start to come down on July 8, Fox News is told. → Read More

Biden to those making $400K: I love you but I don't mind if your taxes go up

President Biden traveled to La Crosse, Wisc. to drum up support for a bipartisan infrastructure deal reached last week that he touted will not raise taxes on those earning less than $400,000. → Read More

Psaki says Harris' border visit is to places where Trump-era policies were 'so problematic'

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that Vice President Kamala Harris had chosen to visit El Paso in the southern border region because it was the place where Trump-era immigration policies were “so problematic.” → Read More

Biden tells Afghan leaders 'we're going to stick with you' as he withdraws nearly all US forces

President Biden met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his former political opponent, Abdullah Abdullah, at the White House Friday to discuss U.S. support for the beleaguered nation as it readies itself to battle the Taliban without the help of U.S. forces on the ground. → Read More

Ohio House erupts over amendment banning transgender females from women's sports

Chaos erupted on the Ohio House floor when a Republican proposed an amendment to a bill that would ban transgender women from participating in women’s sports. → Read More

Biden says US more divided than at any time since the Civil War

President Biden said Thursday that the U.S. has “never been as divided as it is today since the Civil War.” → Read More

Exclusive: Trump’s controversial Israel ambassador will write tell-all Memoir titled 'Sledgehammer'

Former President Trump's controversial ambassador to Israel David Friedman is set to publish a tell-all memoir of his time in office entitled, “Sledgehammer,” Fox News has learned. → Read More

Omar takes aim at Crenshaw's high-earning district after Republican supports election security bills

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., warned Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, not to be so "indignant" about voting rights due to the Republican’s representation of a high-earning, majority-White Texas district. → Read More

Here's what VP Kamala Harris has done in the 92 days she hasn't been to the border

Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the southern border Friday, more than three months after President Biden tapped her to lead the administration’s diplomatic response to stemming migration. → Read More

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse reveals he belongs to a yacht club that lacks diversity

Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Wednesday said he belongs to a sailing club that lacks diversity. The sailing club is distinct from Bailey’s Beach Club, an elite Rhode Island organization that allegedly is predominantly White and to which he has been previously linked. → Read More

Biden touts new crime prevention strategy focused on gun control

President Biden in remarks Wednesday said his crime prevention strategy would focus on strengthening background checks, banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and boosting community policing. → Read More

Bill Clinton had 'nightmares' about future of country after leaving office

Former President Bill Clinton said he had “nightmares” about what could happen to the future of the U.S. after he left office. → Read More

US to give asylum seekers who skipped court date another shot

The U.S. will now allow asylum seekers whose claims were denied or dismissed under the Trump administration due to a missed court date under the “Remain-in-Mexico” policy to seek refuge again. → Read More

Obama joins progressive Dems in backing Manchin's voting rights compromise bill

Former President Barack Obama said Monday that he backs Sen. Joe Manchin’s compromise to the For the People Act, a sweeping voting rights bill that the West Virginia Democrat said was too partisan. → Read More

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms blames city's crime spike on GOP-led reopening

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms blames a crime wave in her city on lax gun laws, young people being out of school and GOP Gov. Brian Kemp’s decision to make Georgia one of the early states to begin reopening. → Read More

Nonprofit tied to BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors failed to disclose significant donations: report

A nonprofit organization started by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors reportedly brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars in 2016 claimed not to have made more than $50,000 that year. → Read More

White House unlikely to hit COVID-19 vaccination mark by July 4, instead touts new milestone

The White House seems unlikely to meet its goal of having 70% of Americans with at least one COVID-19 vaccine by July 4, so President Biden is shifting focus onto a new milestone while also warning those who haven’t received their shot of spreading variants. → Read More