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1/6 Panel: Pence Rejecting Biden Win Would Be ‘Un-American’

The 1/6 committee on Thursday, June 16, plunged into Donald Trump's last-ditch efforts to salvage the 2020 election by pressuring Vice President Mike Pence...

On Voting Rights, Biden’s Power To Act On His Own Is Limited

As Republicans impose new restrictions on ballot access in multiple states, President Biden has no easy options for safeguarding voting rights despite rising pressure...
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H.E.R, J.Lo, Curry Join Michelle Obama’s Voter Campaign

NBA player Steph Curry and musical artists H.E.R. and Jennifer Lopez are among celebrities who have joined a national nonpartisan voting initiative launched by...
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Senate Passes Bill to Honor Emmett Till and His Mother

The Senate has passed a bill to award the Congressional Gold Medal posthumously to Emmett Till, the Chicago teenager murdered by white supremacists in...

A Year After January 6, Women in Congress Still Fear For Their Security

Originally published by The 19th Rep. Nikema Williams does not like to talk about that day — she’s still dealing with the emotion...