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Texas School Official Tells Teachers to Balance Holocaust Books With “Opposing Views”

The directions came after Texas passed a so-called anti-critical race theory bill.

Katie Couric Says She Edited Out RBG’s Comments Criticizing Kneeling Athletes to Protect Her

Couric wrote that she “lost a lot of sleep over this one” but “wanted to protect” Ginsburg and felt that racial justice was a “blind spot” for her.

Kyrsten Sinema Heads to Europe for Fundraising Trip Amid Senate Budget Negotiations

Sinema keeps meeting with donors amid budget negotiations.

Biden Administration Ending ICE Raids on Worksites, Will Focus on Exploitative Employers Instead

“By exploiting undocumented workers and paying them substandard wages, the unscrupulous employers create an unfair labor market,” said DHS Sec. Mayorkas.

Biden Ally Warns That Manchin and Sinema’s “Very Different” Demands Could Kill Budget Negotiations

Sinema opposes programs Manchin supports, and vice versa, as Democratic negotiations grow even more complicated.

Texas Agency Removes Suicide Hotline for LGBTQ Youth After Complaints From GOP Candidate

A child welfare agency scrambled to remove a page that a Republican claimed promoted "transgender ideology."

Southwest Airlines, Pilots’ Union Refute Viral GOP Claim Linking Mass Cancellations to Vaccine Mandates

The pilots' union shot down rumors spread by Ted Cruz, Lauren Boebert, and other Republicans.

Taliban Says US Agreed to Provide Humanitarian Aid But No Recognition of Government

The US also pressed the Taliban to allow Americans and others to leave the country.

Federal Appeals Court Halts Order Blocking Texas Abortion Ban

The appeals court issued an administrative stay just one day after a judge blocked the law.

Top Covid Experts Urge Biden to Scrap Plan to Provide Covid Vaccine Boosters to All Adults

Experts say the data does not support the need for boosters.