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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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Tentacles of Manhattan DA's Trump probe reach former bodyguard Calamari

The scrutiny comes as the investigation by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance's office appears to have ramped up in recent weeks.
2d ago

Sen. Whitehouse defends membership in private beach club that's allegedly all-white

"I’m sorry it hasn't happened yet," the Democrat from Rhode Island initially said when asked if the club had any minority members.
2d ago

'Not acceptable': Obama slams GOP plan to filibuster voting rights bill

"They're suddenly afraid to even talk about these issues and figure out solutions," the former president said of Republican opposition to the For the People Act.
6d ago

House passes bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday

The Senate unanimously voted for the measure Tuesday. The bill now heads to President Joe Biden's desk, and Democrats hope he signs it into law by June 19.
6d ago

House passes bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday

The Senate unanimously voted for the measure Tuesday. The bill now heads to President Joe Biden's desk, and Democrats hope he signs it into law by June 19.
8d ago

21 House Republicans are only votes against bill to honor Jan. 6 first responders

Some of the "no" votes came from lawmakers who have downplayed the violence and destruction in the riot.
8d ago

Top Pentagon officials deny saying National Guard deployment on Jan. 6 wasn't 'good optics'

The testimony contradicts what the commanding general of D.C.’s National Guard at the time, Maj. Gen. William J. Walker, previously told Congress.

Top DOJ national security official resigns amid fallout over seizure of Dems' records

John Demers' resignation, which comes as Attorney General Garland looks to overhaul procedures to get lawmakers' records, is unrelated to the controversy, an official said.

Biden says it 'remains to be seen' whether Ukraine will be admitted to NATO

Biden is scheduled to meet Wednesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who vehemently opposes the move.

Garland says Justice Department will scrutinize new GOP-led voting restrictions

The attorney general detailed federal plans to protect voting rights after a number of GOP-led states passed laws placing new limits on elections.

Judge orders temporary halt to $4B federal loan relief program for farmers of color

Judge William Griesbach said white farmers challenging the policy in court are "likely to succeed" with their claims that the program is discriminatory.