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There's A March On Washington For Voting Rights. Here's What Is Holding Up Action

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| Activists marching on Saturday want federal legislation to fight new rules in Republican-led states that they say make it harder to vote. The House passed one major bill this week.

After A Bitter Fight, The Texas House Passes A Restrictive Voting Bill

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The vote on the Republican-led election legislation follows unprecedented efforts by Democrats to block it.

Biden Pledges To Strike Back After Attack Kills 12 U.S. Service Members In Kabul

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Despite the deadly attack, President Biden pledged that the U.S. evacuation of Afghanistan will continue.

Judge Sanctions Trump Allies And Orders Legal Education For Failed Election Lawsuit

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A federal judge ruled that the nine attorneys had perpetrated a "profound abuse" of the legal system with their Michigan lawsuit.

Biden Says The U.S. Is On Pace To Leave Afghanistan By Aug. 31 Deadline

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The president told G-7 leaders that the U.S. is set to finish withdrawing from Afghanistan by Aug. 31 and asked the Pentagon and State Department for contingency plans if the deadline cannot be met.

In His Final Address, Andrew Cuomo Attacked The Investigation That Led Him To Resign

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The governor's farewell speech comes nearly two weeks after he announced his resignation from office following sexual assault allegations from 11 women.

Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Will Not Be Disciplined

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The Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt on Jan. 6 has been cleared of wrongdoing, the department announced on Monday.

Biden Touts 'Incredible' Evacuation Operation From Kabul, But Warns Of Ongoing Danger

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President Biden said on Sunday that the U.S. has evacuated nearly 28,000 people from Afghanistan since Aug. 14. But he said there is "no way to evacuate this many people without pain and loss."

Bipartisan Group Of Senators Call On Biden To Evacuate Afghan Allies

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In a letter to President Biden, 55 senators expressed concern over abandoning Afghans who assisted the U.S. and are now in jeopardy.