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The White House isn't ruling out a potential commutation for Hunter Biden after his conviction

The White House isn't ruling out a potential commutation for Hunter Biden, the president’s son who was convicted on three federal gun crimes More »


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AP-NORC poll: About half of US adults approve of Trump's conviction, but views of him remain stable

About half of U.S. adults approve of Donald Trump’s recent felony conviction, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research More »


Biden and Zelenskyy will sign security agreement between US and Ukraine when they meet at G7

The White House says President Joe Biden and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will sign a security agreement between the U.S. and Ukraine on Thursday when they meet on the sidelines of the Group of Seven summit, aiming to signal to Russia of American resolve to supporting Kyiv More »


Republicans hope to hold Garland in contempt of Congress. Here's what that means

Merrick Garland is at risk of becoming the third attorney general in U.S. history to be held in contempt of Congress More »


US widens sanctions on Russia to discourage countries such as China from doing business with Moscow

The United States widened its sanctions against Russia Wednesday as G7 leaders prepared to gather in Italy for a summit where top priorities will be boosting support for Ukraine and grinding down Russia’s war machine More »


Biden campaign and Jill Biden launch outreach to older voters with bingo nights and pickleball games

First lady Jill Biden is kicking off her husband’s outreach to older voters, an effort blending rallies and phone banks with social events bingo nights and pickleball games More »


Senators blast health regulators and law enforcement over illegal e-cigarettes

Senate lawmakers are questioning top federal officials about the rise of illegal electronic cigarettes in the U.S., a multibillion-dollar business that has flourished in recent years More »


Supreme Court has a lot of work to do and little time to do it with a sizable case backlog

The Supreme Court has a lot of work left to do and little time to do it More »


Republicans stick to attacking criminal justice system, echoing Trump, after Hunter Biden conviction

Republicans loyal to Donald Trump are largely echoing the former president’s claim that the Justice Department has treated President Joe Biden’s son with kid gloves while zealously prosecuting Trump More »


What's next for Hunter Biden after his conviction on federal gun charges

Hunter Biden’s legal woes are not over after his conviction on three felony firearms charges in a trial that put a spotlight on his drug-fueled past More »


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