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    A Mississippi murder case has ignited a new fight against qualified immunity

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  • ‘Local elections matter’: Non-partisan Idaho moms saves school district from far-right takeover

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  • 'We can learn from discomfort': Read the hard books, say League of Women

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  • Quiet part out loud: Trump sells the presidency to Big Oil

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  • Louisiana Republicans classify abortion pills as dangerous substances

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  • 'They always manage to sink lower': Trump degrades GOP with demands for legal protection

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  • Trump assassination lies prompts rare DOJ response, updated gag order request

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  • Jack Smith asks judge to bar Trump from making statements that endanger law enforcement

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  • Rep. Jasmine Crockett on 'B6' clapback: MTG's GOP colleagues are secretly ‘patting me on my back’

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  • Mike Johnson hit with the question he’s dreaded

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  • Trump addressing Libertarian convention doesn't sit well with former chairperson

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  • Trump 'snapped' when he lost 2020 election, says new ad

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  • ‘Apocalyptic’: American surgeon on his two weeks inside Gaza’s ruined hospitals  

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  • 'Fat Leonard' follows one of the world's greatest conmen

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  • House member mocks GOP colleagues over their legislative 'accomplishments'

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  • Taking the Supreme Court at their word in 'Year of Living Constitutionally'

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  • Trump tries to fundraise off false claims Biden authorized his assassination

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Alabama Secretary of State: "My vote has nothing to do with the allegations made by these ladies"

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Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill cast his vote early for Roy Moore, but says the allegations by multiple women alleging that Moore harassed and groped them as teenagers were not a consideration in his vote.