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  • Texas House votes to impeach Attorney General Ken Paxton

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  • Rep. Deborah Ross: North Carolina abortion ban turns the clock back 50 years

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  • Top Trump attorney says he quit over legal team's in-fighting

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What’s ahead in Steve Bannon’s contempt of Congress case

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Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon is expected to surrender to authorities on Monday after being charged with two counts of contempt of Congress. Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance, Huffington Post Senior Justice Reporter Ryan J. Reilly and Washington Post National Investigative Correspondent Carol Leonnig discuss why it’s “highly doubtful” Bannon will be detained