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UPenn president resigns in wake of antisemitism hearing

In his statement, Bok acknowledged that Magill erred during her disastrous testimony, describing a “dreadful 30-second sound bite” following a lengthy hearing.

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Gavin Newsom is picking up where Ronald Reagan left off on mental health reform

California Democrats are remaking the state’s mental health care system.

Jill Biden unveils a crafty, candy-filled White House Christmas

Children’s feelings of ‘Magic, Wonder, and Joy’ inspired this year’s holiday decorations<

Suspect arrested in shooting of 3 Palestinian college students in Vermont, police say

Police in Vermont arrest a male suspect over the attack which they are investigating as a possible hate crime.

Biden set to sign spending bill with no Ukraine aid

The stopgap funding to avoid a government shutdown was approved by the House in a bipartisan vote

US House approves government funding bill with bipartisan support

New Republican Speaker Mike Johnson clinches a win in move to avert shutdown

Harvard, Columbia and Penn Pledge to Fight Antisemitism on Campus

The universities are trying to address criticism by banning pro-Palestinian student groups, condemning slogans and starting task forces to address antisemitism.

Trump ally didn’t lose a single GOP vote in securing speakership

After 22 days and four House Republican speaker nominees, the Louisiana representative will be the new House speaker. In the 220-209 tally, all Democrats voted for House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries.

Can America handle two wars, and maybe a third?

The superpower is becoming overstretched

Biden approves new section of border wall as Mexico crossings rise

US President Joe Biden's administration is to build a section of border wall in southern Texas in an effort to stop rising levels of immigration.

Judge gags Trump in New York trial

The former US president was prohibited from “personal attacks” on court staf

Judge Rules DACA Program for Young Immigrants Is Still Illegal

The judge maintained that former President Obama exceeded his authority with the program, which has allowed undocumented migrants to avoid deportation.

Former speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will run for reelection to House in 2024

By running for reelection, Pelosi is poised to extend her lengthy career on Capitol Hill, which began by winning a special election in June 1987, further cementing her role as a towering figure in Democratic politics in Washington and on the national stage. 

Texas ordered to remove buoys meant to block migrants from Rio Grande River

Preliminary order issued by judge David Ezra requires the floaters to be relocated to an embankment on the state side of the river

Ex-Proud Boys leader Tarrio sentenced to 22 years for Jan. 6 Capitol attack

Convicted of seditious conspiracy, he recruited a group of 200 to march on Capitol, though he wasn’t in D.C. that day

Proud Boys leader Joe Biggs sentenced to 17 years in January 6 case

Prosecutors proposed a 33-year sentence for Biggs of Ormond Beach, Florida. Biggs helped lead Proud Boys at the Capitol, made it inside to the Senate chamber and posted on social media the riot was a "warning shot" to the government, according to a sentencing memo from prosecutors.

​US soldiers killed in horror Darwin crash ​

Tragic details are emerging about a helicopter crash that killed three US Marines north of Darwin on Sunday.


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