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    Republicans divided as they take narrow control of House

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  • How the new Trump special counsel compares to Mueller

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  • 'Bad Axe' documentary shows one family’s struggle through the pandemic and political tensions

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  • DACA advocates pressure Democrats in Congress to pass DACA legislation

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  • Rhode Island representative will invoke the 14th amendment to bar Donald Trump from running for president

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  • Christie urges Republicans to move on from Donald Trump

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  • Trump deflects as Garland names new special counsel

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  • What’s next for the same-sex marriage bill?

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  • Will right-wing media still cover for Trump?

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  • What Jack Smith will bring to the federal Trump investigations

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  • Gen Z voters prove to be major force in midterm elections

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  • Georgia Senate race heads to another runoff election

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  • Mar-a-Lago investigation looms over Trump’s run for re-election

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How climate change fuels monster hurricanes

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Hurricane expert Suzana J. Camargo, a professor at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, explains how climate change causes more powerful storms and why we can expect more monsters like Hurricane Ian as oceans continue to warm.