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Arizona officials have finally certified the state's midterm election results, fending off baseless claims from Republicans that say the vote was rigged. [Read More]
Fox News has parted ways with contributor Lara Trump, the daughter-in-law of former president Donald Trump. [Read More]
Second gentleman Doug Emhoff will lead a roundtable discussion with several Jewish leaders to combat rising antisemitism in the United States. [Read More]
The Supreme Court announced it would hear challenges to Biden's student debt relief program beginning in February 2023. [Read More]
Investigators say they don't know whether any of the four slain University of Idaho students were targeted, walking back earlier statements to the contrary. [Read More]
The core personal consumption expenditures price index rose 0.2% in October, slightly below the estimate. The index increased 5% year over year. [Read More]
Criticism for Apple is growing, as Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg echoed concerns raised by Twitter owner Elon Musk focused on the company's App Store. [Read More]
The House passed a bill that would avert the impending national rail strike, a move that saves the U.S. economy from potential collapse. [Read More]
The government is giving three Native American tribes $25 million each to relocate because of climate change. Eight others are getting $5 million each to... [Read More]
Wednesday's ADP report shows private hiring down in the U.S., a sign the tight labor market may be loosening. [Read More]
Mitch McConnell told reporters that former President Donald Trump is "highly unlikely" to become president again, following his dinner with a white supremacist. [Read More]
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced his plan to run for chair of the Republican National Committee. [Read More]
Twitter will no longer crack down on COVID-19 misinformation, the company said Tuesday. [Read More]
Republican officials in Arizona and Pennsylvania voted to delay certification of November's midterm elections, citing debunked conspiracies. [Read More]
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