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    Jury selection begins in Trump hush money criminal trial

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  • Trump arrives at NYC courthouse for hush money criminal trial

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  • President Biden urges restraint after Iran’s attack on Israel

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  • Jury selection set to begin in criminal trial over Trump’s alleged hush money scheme

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  • Biden officials worry that Israeli response to Iran’s attack may trigger wider war

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  • Biden campaign doesn’t plan to talk about Trump’s hush money trial

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  • Biden ‘will do everything in his power’ to codify Roe despite challenges in the Senate, says Whitmer

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  • Is a genocide taking place in Gaza? 'I’m not going to weigh in,' says Michigan Gov. Whitmer

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  • ‘At this point,’ U.S. shouldn’t engage in ‘military action at Iran,’ says GOP House Intel chair

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  • GOP House Intel chair says he expects Ukraine aid to pass this week

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  • Biden urges Netanyahu not to retaliate on Iran but reaffirms ‘ironclad’ commitment to Israel

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  • How will voters react to Trump’s criminal hush money trial?

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  • Trump rallies supporters in Pennsylvania ahead of hush money trial

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  • Biden tells Israel that US won’t support counterattack on Iran

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  • U.S. will ‘continue to work with’ and ‘advise’ Netanyahu post-Iran attack, says NSC’s Kirby

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  • U.S. is ‘staying vigilant’ to any Iranian threats against American troops: NSC’s John Kirby

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  • Biden ‘doesn’t believe’ that Iran attack ‘needs’ to escalate into wider war, says NSC’s John Kirby

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  • How Israel responds to Iran will be ‘up to them,’ says NSC spokesperson John Kirby: Full interview

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  • What to know ahead of Trump's hush money trial

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  • Harris criticized Trump over abortion access during Arizona rally

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Lawmakers laugh off Trump’s suggestion of reviving earmarks

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During a bipartisan meeting at the White House, President Trump said that “great friendliness” existed in Congress when an earmark system was in place. Lawmakers erupted in laughter at the suggestion, but Trump continued to make the case that such a revival would ease partisan hostility.