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Republicans’ historic wins in Virginia illuminate growing diversity in GOP ranks

The historic election wins by Lt. Gov-elect Winsome Sears and Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares in Virginia showcased the increasing diversity in the GOP and the party's success recruiting women and minority candidates to deliver a conservative message of freedom and opportunity. → Read More

Republicans demand details on Afghan evacuees charged with crimes in the U.S.

Republican lawmakers on Friday demanded the Biden administration reveal how many Afghan evacuees have already been charged with crimes in the U.S. after federal prosecutors revealed two cases in Wisconsin involving allegations of spousal abuse and attempted sexual assault of two boys under 15 years of age. → Read More

Biden beset by leadership woes at home, abroad after eight months in office

Self-inflicted crises are piling up for President Biden, with his leadership suffering serious blows on multiple fronts in rapid succession Friday. What’s more, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Mr. Biden with a mere 44% approval rating, down nine points over the course of a few weeks. → Read More

Biden’s meeting with Ukrainian President Zelensky revives old troubles of corruption, Crimea, Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's visit to the White House on Monday will complete a circle of politics and intrigue spanning three U.S. administrations. → Read More

‘Fix the mess you created’: GOP blasts Biden for bungled Afghanistan pullout, deadly attack in Kabul

Republican lawmakers on Thursday intensified criticism of President Biden's withdrawal from Afghanistan after deadly terrorist attacks at the Kabul airport that killed at least 13 people, including U.S. service members. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: ‘No need to rush’: Senator warns of FDA’s shortcuts to full approval of COVID-19 vaccine

Sen. Ron Johnson called out the Biden administration’s health agencies Sunday for shortcutting the usual safety reviews in a rush to give final approval to COVID-19 vaccines, including failing to account for thousands of deaths and adverse reactions among people worldwide who got the shots. → Read More

State Department: Taliban ‘appears’ to let Americans reach Kabul airport

A State Department official on Wednesday said Americans in Kabul appear to have no problem reaching Hamid Karzai International Airport for evacuation, despite the Pentagon announcing that the military will not rescue those who don’t make it past the Taliban. → Read More

Taliban’s quest for Islamist purity brought torture, beheadings, oppression

Ruthless enforcement of fundamentalist Islamic law was the hallmark of the Taliban's rule of Afghanistan in the 1990s, denying women the most basic rights, putting homosexuals to death and crushing any murmur of dissent. → Read More

Pelosi moves to pacify moderate Democrats’ rebellion against spending bills

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday, responding to mounting pressure from moderate Democrats, proposed conducting simultaneous votes to advance both the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the more ambitious $3.5 trillion Democrat wishlist spending measure. → Read More

‘Start mandating’: Officials eye options to combat sputtering rollout, vaccine hesitancy

The risk of side effects and the “newness” of the vaccine are the top reasons people provide, at 53% each, for not getting COVID-19 vaccines that are free and plentiful in the U.S., according to a recent poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), a nonprofit health-policy group that tracks the issue. → Read More

Klobuchar highlights her debate breakout moment in six-figure South Carolina TV ad push

South Carolina voters who missed Sen. Amy Klobuchar's breakout performance in the last Democratic presidential debate can get a taste of it in her new TV ad. → Read More

Sarah Huckabee Sanders blasts reporters blaming Trump for violent acts: 'Outrageous'

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday rebuked reporters who attempted to blame President Trump’s tone for inciting the deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue and the pipe bomb scare. → Read More

Trump to visit Pittsburgh after synagogue massacre

President Trump will travel Tuesday to Pittsburgh to express support for the victims of the deadly synagogue shooting, the White House announced. → Read More

Donald Trump uses economy as Republican campaign advantage

The sizzling economy underpins President Trump’s final blitz for Republicans in the midterms, with dire warnings that the jobs boom and higher wages will slip away if Democrats seize Congress. → Read More

Donald Trump calls for death penalty in anti-Semitic killings

President Trump on Saturday called for the death penalty for those who kill in the name of anti-Semitism and other hateful ideologies. → Read More

Donald Trump calls for unity after synagogue attack: 'No tolerance for anti-Semitism in America'

In response to the deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, President Trump on Saturday called for Americans to unite in condemning anti-Semitism and all forms bigotry and prejudice. → Read More

Josh Hawley dings Claire McCaskill: 'Her argument and frustration is with the voters'

After a heated debate with Sen. Claire McCaskill, Republican challenger Josh Hawley said Friday that her beef wasn't with him but with Missouri voters. → Read More

Sen. Claire McCaskill campaign ad boasts she's 'not one of those crazy Democrats'

In the final stretch of a tight Senate race in increasingly red Missouri, Sen. Claire McCaskill turned against her own party in a new campaign radio ad that declares she is "not one of those crazy Democrats." → Read More

Trump Iran crackdown praised during 1983 Beirut bombing anniversary event

While marking the 35th anniversary of a horrific Hezbollah bombing in Beirut, President Trump thrilled the military crowd in attendance by extolling his crackdown on Iran. → Read More

Donald Trump warns illegal immigration onslaught threatens repeat of Europe's refugee crisis

President Trump on Monday warned that a soft stance on illegal immigration risked subjecting the United States to the same kind of refugee crisis that is roiling Europe. → Read More