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Teamsters union's $45,000 RNC donation exposes divisions among members

The split comes as President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are vying for the powerful union’s endorsement.
Former President Trump Visits The Teamsters Headquarters In Washington, D.C.
Former President Trump Visits The Teamsters Headquarters In Washington, D.C.

Trump allies to launch an effort to win over Black voters

Ahead of the former president's speech to a gala for Black conservatives, Biden's campaign called Trump an "anti-Black tyrant."
Donald Trump raises a fist
Donald Trump raises a fist

Speaker Mike Johnson unveils plan to avert shutdown next week

The House will vote on four funding bills next week to stave off a partial government shutdown, the speaker told House Republicans on a conference call Friday night.
House Leadership Holds News Conference
House Leadership Holds News Conference

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A magician says a Democratic operative paid him to make the fake Biden New Hampshire robocall that is under investigation

Dean Phillips’ presidential campaign denounced the alleged actions of one of its consultants and said it may take legal action against him.
Man in street balancing a bent fork over his forefinger
Man in street balancing a bent fork over his forefinger

Republican Senate candidates rush to defend IVF after Alabama ruling

Republican candidates for Senate issued a wave of support for IVF on Friday after a state Supreme Court ruling last week threatened to limit the treatment.
Kari Lake at a campaign rally in Mesa, Ariz.
Kari Lake at a campaign rally in Mesa, Ariz.

Judgment in Trump civil fraud case officially entered at $464 million

Former President Donald Trump and his company will be hit with an extra $111,000 in interest a day until the judgment is paid.
Former President Donald Trump speaks as he exits the courtroom for a break during his civil fraud trial at New York Supreme Court on January 11, 2024.
Former President Donald Trump speaks as he exits the courtroom for a break during his civil fraud trial at New York Supreme Court on January 11, 2024.

An uptick in state personhood bills fuels growing fears over IVF restrictions

In the wake of the Alabama Supreme Court's IVF ruling, reproductive rights groups are sounding the alarm over personhood legislation in 14 states.
Abortion rights demonstrators at the March for Abortion Access in Orlando, FL., on Oct. 2, 2021.
Abortion rights demonstrators at the March for Abortion Access in Orlando, FL., on Oct. 2, 2021.

US monitoring high-altitude balloon over the west

The officials say the balloon, which is hovering at between 43,000 to 45,000 feet, does not appear to pose a national security threat to the U.S.
The Pentagon building on Sept. 24, 2017.
The Pentagon building on Sept. 24, 2017.

Calls to 'fight' and echoes of Jan. 6 embraced by CPAC attendees

A number of attendees at the annual gathering of conservative activists defended "what really happened on Jan. 6."
CPAC attendees stand at an electric staircase at the Gaylord National Resort Convention Center on Feb. 23, 2024.
CPAC attendees stand at an electric staircase at the Gaylord National Resort Convention Center on Feb. 23, 2024.

Supreme Court remains silent on Trump immunity and Colorado ballot cases

The court has yet to act on cases that could determine whether Trump can be kicked off the Colorado primary ballot or can further delay his election interference trial.
Donald Trump points while he speaks.
Donald Trump points while he speaks.

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