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Dareh Gregorian

Dareh Gregorian is a politics reporter for NBC News.

Dareh Gregorian is a politics reporter for NBC News.

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Biden signs bipartisan debt ceiling bill to avert government default

President Joe Biden on Saturday signed into law a bill extending the debt ceiling for two years, averting a disastrous debt default ahead of Monday’s deadline.

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter is diagnosed with dementia

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, the Carter Center said Tuesday.

Prosecutors say they have a recording of Trump and a witness in Manhattan DA case

New York prosecutors have informed attorneys for Donald Trump that the evidence in their hush money case includes an audio recording of Trump and a witness.

John Durham to testify before House Judiciary Committee in June

Former special counsel John Durham will testify before House Judiciary about his probe into the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation on June 21.

Texas House committee recommends Attorney General Ken Paxton be impeached

A Texas House committee on Thursday unanimously voted to recommend that state Attorney General Ken Paxton be impeached and removed from office.

Jan. 6 rioter who put his feet on desk in Nancy Pelosi office sentenced to 4.5 years in prison

Richard "Bigo" Barnett, the Arkansas man who was photographed on Jan. 6 with his feet on a desk in Nancy Pelosi's office, was sentenced to 45 months in prison.

Trump's N.Y. criminal trial will begin in March 2024, halfway through presidential primaries

Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to make a virtual appearance in New York criminal court on Tuesday after pleading not guilty last month.

E. Jean Carroll seeks ‘very substantial’ new damages after Trump called her a ‘wack job’ in CNN town hall

Writer E. Jean Carroll on Monday asked a judge to update her still pending original defamation lawsuit against former President Donald Trump to add a new claim after he trashed her as a "wack job" during his CNN town hall earlier this month.

Debt ceiling talks back on after GOP negotiators briefly 'press pause'

Republicans returned to the debt ceiling negotiating table Friday night after temporarily pausing talks with the White House that they said were “not productive.”

Georgia prosecutor indicates charges in Trump election probe could come in early August

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has asked the chief judge of the courthouse not to schedule in person trials or hearings the weeks of Aug. 7 and 14.

Appeals court appears skeptical of keeping full access to abortion pill mifepristone

The federal judges who heard arguments in the fight over access to the most commonly used abortion pill in the U.S. questioned the Biden administration's position that the drug mifepristone should remain widely available.