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Department of Education Cancels Nearly $4 Billion in Student Debt

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The Department of Education announced Tuesday that it will cancel nearly $4 billion worth of federal student loans for 208,000 borrowers defrauded by a popular for-profit institution.

Liz Cheney Crushed by Wyoming Voters

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On Tuesday, the voters of Wyoming sealed U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney's fate, vanquishing her from Congress in favor of Republican state legislator Harriet Hageman, who has former President Donald Trump's endorsement.

USDA Grants Religious Schools Automatic Title IX Exemptions

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The department said it will not require religious educational institutions to submit written requests for Title IX exemptions. They will be able to claim them automatically, ending a struggle over a Title IX expansion to include gender identity.

Democrat Rep. Says ‘Off the Record’ Biden Wont Run Again – But She Was On the Record

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Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) mistakenly believed she was speaking off the record when she disclosed Biden's apparent intent for 2024. The New York Times editorial board member she was being interviewed by let her know she was mistaken.

West Virginia Governor Says Voters Shouldn’t Decide Abortion Issue

After state Democrats suggested the issue be put on the ballot, as in Kansas, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice rejected the idea. He says abortion law falls under the jurisdiction of the Legislature and attorney general.

Impeachment Counsel for Democrats Leads NY House Primary

In New York's 10th Congressional District's Democratic primary, the lawyer who served as counsel for House Democrats during former President Trump's first impeachment trial is in the lead.

DOJ Opposes Release of Mar-a-Lago Search Warrant Details

The Department of Justice has filed to block the release of details in the government's affidavit that discloses the reasoning behind investigators' assertion that they had probably cause to search former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home last week.

Starbucks Moves to Suspend Mail-In Ballot Union Votes, Citing Fraud

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More than 220 stores across the country have voted to unionize and an additional 34 are in progress. Alleging misconduct between union representatives and labor board officials.

Trump Issues Statment In First Interview Since Raid

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President Donald Trump came out in an interview to say that people are awfully upset about the raid on Mar-a-Lago. From The Daily Wire: Former President Donald Trump spoke out about the FBI’s raid of his Florida home in a Monday interview, warning that…

Rand Paul Calls for Repeal of Espionage Act After FBI Raid on Mar-a-Lago

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Senator Rand Paul (KY) said the Espionage Act has been "abused from the beginning to jail dissenters".