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Hakeem Jeffries Elected as Democrats’ First Black House Leader

The Democrats' top three leaders are an average of 30 years younger than their predecessors.

House Passes Bill to Prevent Rail Strike But Paid Sick Leave in Limbo

The House passed a second bill to provide paid sick leave for workers but the proposal may be voted down in the Senate.

Kanye West Storms Out of Tim Pool Interview Over Mild Pushback on Antisemitism

Ye later told producers that he did not appreciate being cut off.

Arizona Republican Kari Lake Sues Election Officials After Defeat

Lake wants county officials to turn over records related to election before certifying the results.

Georgia Supreme Court Rejects GOP Bid to Ban Early Voting on Saturday After Thanksgiving

All nine justices unanimously rejected the appeal for an emergency stay.

Republicans Fear Trump Third-Party Bid If He Loses GOP Primary: Report

One former RNC official compared it to a "hostage situation."

Florida Legislature Set to Change State Law to Aid Potential DeSantis Presidential Run

Republicans want to change a law that would require DeSantis to resign if he is nominated for president.

Hundreds of Arizona Families Set to Lose Water Access as Wells Run Dry

Some Arizona residents are set to face an expensive choice in January.

Biden Administration Extends Student Loan Repayment Pause Through Summer Amid Lawsuits

The new freeze could last through August 2023.

Arizona GOP Gov. Doug Ducey Congratulates Gov.-Elect Katie Hobbs As Kari Lake Refuses to Concede

“The people of Arizona have spoken, their votes have been counted and we respect their decision," Ducey said.

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