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Cruz Blocks Democrats After They Try To Sneak In Election Overhaul Package In Overnight Budget Resolution Vote

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) blocked a middle-of-the-night/early Wednesday morning attempt by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to pass a revised version of the “For The People” Act.

Incoming New York Governor Kathy Hochul Holds Press Conference After Cuomo’s Resignation

On Tuesday, Andrew Cuomo announced that he would be stepping down as New York Governor after a number of sexual harassment accusations were levelled against him. He denied any wrongdoing but admitted that his behaviour could have made people feel uncomfortable.

Cruz blocks Biden’s State Department nominees ahead of Senate break

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) blocked the quick confirmation of dozens of State Department nominees on Wednesday morning, guaranteeing that they will stay in limbo until next month when the Senate returns from its summer break.

MSNBC’s Chuck Todd suggests Andrew Cuomo can make political comeback after resignation

MSNBC's Chuck Todd weighed in on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's resignation Tuesday, saying the disgraced governor could make a political comeback after the dust settles on his alleged sexual misconduct.

Pro-Life Billboard Removed After Just One Day Due to Death Threats

A group of pro-life Christians commissioned a billboard in rural Texas calling on locals to “ignore” the Supreme Court’s 1973 ruling on Roe v. Wade, which gave legal cover to abortion. After just one day, though, the banner was removed because the landowner received death threats.

AWOL Texas Democrats divided after four members return home, infuriating the rest

The Texas Democrats who fled to Washington, D.C., are showing signs of division as some of their number returned to Austin, infuriating their colleagues.

Incoming New York Gov. Kathy Hochul is no Andrew Cuomo acolyte

When New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul takes over as governor in two weeks, it won't be the first time she's entered high office by replacing a man who behaved badly.

Texas Democrats Who Fled State Sue Governor Abbott For ‘Anxiety, Distress, Discomfort’

Texas Democrats who fled the state to avoid voting on a GOP-backed voter integrity bill have filed a lawsuit against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan, and State Rep. James White.

DOJ to Review Long-Classified 9/11 Files as Victims’ Relations Push for Increased Transparency

More than 1,600 people who have been affected by the September 11 attacks released a letter addressed to President Joe Biden to say they could not “in good faith” welcome his visit to mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the twin towers until he “fulfills his commitment” to release documents so far blocked by the government.

Senate Passes $1 Trillion ‘Infrastucture Bill’

The Senate passed Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure bill on Tuesday with the help of 17 Republicans when much of the bill "has nothing whatsoever to do with infrastructure."

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