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  • David Pecker expected to be one of first witnesses in hush money trial

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  • Using frozen Russian assets to rebuild Ukraine

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  • Claire McCaskill: I applaud Speaker Johnson for finally getting his act together

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  • Joe: When it comes to polls, focus on the trend lines

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  • Why Mike Johnson is sounding like a 'Republican from the before times'

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  • Is Trump the frontrunner in the general election? Not so fast

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I have heard enough for a 'No' vote, says senator

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Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., explains why he is going to vote no to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, why he takes his accuser's allegations at face value and how the letter written to Sen. Feinstein became public.