In Nevada, 92,000 mail-in ballots went to wrong addresses in 2020 election

An analysis compiled by a conservative watchdog group shows that over 90,000 ballots were mailed to the wrong addresses in Clark County, Nevada, in the 2020 presidential election.

Dozens of Democrats Demand Cuomo’s Resignation

A group of 59 Democratic lawmakers demanded New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation Thursday in the wake of an allegation that he groped an aide at the Executive Mansion last year.

Texas Gov. Abbott Sending 500 Guard Troops to Secure Border

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has called out President Joe Biden's lack of attention to the resurgent border crisis, and now is taking the matter into his state's own hands.

Exclusive: Biden directing $2.5B to address mental health and addiction crisis

President Biden is directing $2.5 billion in funding to address the nation’s worsening mental illness and addiction crisis, an official from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services tells Axios.

House Votes To Pass Background Checks Act Of 2021

Nonetheless, the House moved to pass the legislation on Thursday in a 227-203 vote. The measure will now be sent the Senate for a vote.

Biden signs executive order granting free transgender surgery to any member of military, funded by taxpayers

Taxpayers will now foot the bill for gender reassignment surgery for active military personnel and veterans, with some treatments costing upward of $200,000 under an executive order signed by President Biden.

Arkansas Advances Bill To Protect Female Athletes

Arkansas joined a number of states across the country, which seek to protect female athletes to ensure they have the ability to compete on a level playing field.

Deans Tell Students Law School Is Too White

Deans from Case Western University Law School in an email to students said they shouldn’t be satisfied with the diversity of the student body following the release of a report ranking the Ohio law school the 144th whitest law school on a list of 200.

Senate confirms Merrick Garland to be US attorney general

The Senate confirmed Merrick Garland on Wednesday to be the next U.S. attorney general with a strong bipartisan vote, placing the widely-respected, veteran judge in the post as President Joe Biden has vowed to restore the Justice Department’s reputation for independence.

Biden Announces Plan to Buy 100 Million Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced the federal government will buy 100 million more Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.

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