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Since the beginning of the war, more than 2000 civilians have been killed by Russian missiles, according to official data. Help us protect Ukrainians from missiles - provide max military assisstance to Ukraine #Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine
Dems debate limited options as Roe decision looms The party could talk contraception, abortion pills, privacy concerns, codifying Roe and more. They have plenty of options, but no clear path forward.
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POLITICO Playbook: Sean Patrick Maloney dodges a bullet And President Joe Biden visits South Korea.
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The nation’s cartoonists on the week in politics Every week political cartoonists throughout the country and across the political spectrum apply their ink-stained skills to capture the foibles, memes, hypocrisies and other head-slapping events in the world of politics. The fruits of these labors are hundreds of cartoons that entertain and enrage readers of all political stripes. Here's an offering of the best of this week's crop, picked fresh off the Toonosphere. Edited by Matt Wuerker.
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Opinion | Trump’s Alternate Reality Hits a New Crazy Note with Dr. Oz And it’s only a matter of time before other Republicans echo his call to declare victory early.
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Andrew Hartzler Wasn’t Allowed To Be Gay on Campus. So He’s Suing. A lawsuit seeks to end an exemption to Title IX that has allowed religious schools to receive lucrative federal funding despite policies that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation.
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Cherie Westrich’s Gen X Journey From Alt Rock Bands to MAGA Politician It might seem like an unusual journey, but given the strange political arc of her generation, it might not be.
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Boeing crew capsule launches to space station on test redo It’s Boeing’s third shot at the high-stakes flight demo.
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California won't ban offshore drilling after legislation stalls The bill, inspired by last fall's oil spill off the Orange County coast, had steep opposition from the fossil fuel industry and its labor allies.
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Former FBI official recounts alleged lie at heart of Sussmann trial Former Bureau General Counsel James Baker described a meeting where attorney Michael Sussmann relayed suspicions about a Trump server.
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Oz, McCormick unleash army of lawyers in Pa. Senate race Both Oz and McCormick have enlisted alumni from Trump’s 2020 campaign to prepare for a potential recount.
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Washington’s UFO lobbyist sees progress in first public hearing in 54 years Tuesday’s public House hearing on UFOs did not yield a bombshell revelation from the government that life exists on other planets.
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Mr. Kirby goes to the White House Chief Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby is moving over to the White House — but what he’ll do there no one really knows.
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Gas gouging politics That action closed a week in which Democrats’ preferred agenda of acting together on their signature tax-and-climate bill faded into the background.
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Project Veritas says the FBI declared it part of media Prosecutors have ridiculed the idea that Project Veritas does journalism, but court filing says FBI treated group as "news media."
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More Empire State map madness?
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Obamacare subsidies could be a midterms time bomb In a painful twist for a White House already struggling to contain anger over rising household costs, voters would begin receiving notices about their premium increases in October — around the same time they're starting to cast their midterm ballots.
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‘Deadly serious’: U.S. quietly urging Taiwan to follow Ukraine playbook for countering China Yet Beijing is also learning lessons from Russia's botched invasion.
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Clearing the Barr at Senate Banking The tone at the hearing was markedly less confrontational than President Joe Biden's previous nominee faced from the Banking Committee.
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Crypto is making New York winemakers angry
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Joly: Canada is working to rekindle relations with Beijing Foreign minister tells POLITICO that Canada's long-waited Indo-Pacific strategy will be released in the “coming weeks”
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POLITICO Playbook: Trump’s real win-loss record And Dems juggle an Affordable Care Act time bomb.
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GOP lawmaker acknowledges letting people into Capitol complex day before Jan. 6 attack Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, contacted by the select committee investigating the attack, said no member of the group “has been investigated or charged in connection to January 6th.”
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Opinion | Why Even America-First Conservatives Should Back Aid to Ukraine The nationalist case for the $40 billion package is easy to make.
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Ocasio-Cortez calls on Maloney to resign DCCC chairmanship if he primaries colleague Maloney announced on Monday that he'd run for reelection in a redrawn district comprised mostly of Rep. Mondaire Jones' constituents.
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Opinion | The States Will Soon Be at Each Other’s Throats Over Abortion Overturning Roe could fuel a clash between the states not seen since the runup to the Civil War.
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Adams welcomes comparison to Fetterman 'People are going to try to classify me.'
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Amid infant formula fallout, FDA turns to agency veteran with little food experience Food groups are calling Janet Woodcock's new assignment a “slap in the face.”
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