The result of the Arizona audits cannot be used to change the elections, but Republicans say will be used to ensure the integrity of future elections.
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In a CNN interview after being ousted from a party leadership position, Cheney said some GOP lawmakers feared the consequences of opposing Trump.
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Sen. Mitt Romney has repeatedly pushed back on fellow Republican lawmakers who have sought to downplay the events of January 6.
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"It was a vote based on policy, based on substance and in terms of the kinds of policies he put forward that were good for the country," Cheney said.
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Opposition to the COVID-19 vaccines is widespread among Republicans and is hindering the US's efforts achieve herd immunity.
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A new letter, co-authored by 18 scientific experts, argues for a transparent, data-driven and objective investigation is required.
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The Big Cat Public Safety Act passed the House in December but was never brought up for a vote in the Senate, Baskin said.
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The proposal came in response to a controversial voting rights bill signed into law by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in March.
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"I had no inkling really just how conservative he was. I blame myself," Stanford historian David Kennedy told The Washington Post.
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The usually mild-mannered Utah senator "erupted" over Hawley's election objections on January 6, The Washington Post reported.
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Sen. Joni Ernst spoke against the attempted purge of Cheney, telling reporters "we've got to come together as Republicans."
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"I'm still in the height of my career," the 79-year-old senator, who's served since 1985, said in a recent interview.
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Four Democrats want to make the pandemic-era free school lunch program permanent. It's currently available to all children in grades K through 12.
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Paul Boyer voted in favor of the election audit in Maricopa County, but told The New York Times that he now considers it an embarrassment.
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NRCC staffers withheld bad polling numbers even when pressed by a member of Congress regarding Trump's support, according to The Washington Post.
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"The emergency UI program is now penalizing people for going back to work," Sasse said. "We've got to get America and Americans up and running."
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Anthony Barry is facing up to five years in prison for "fraudulently" directing the campaign to give him additional payments beyond his salary.
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McConnell is pushing for a more targeted $600 billion infrastructure plan, devoid of corporate tax increases, that Senate Republicans could support.
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"He's saying that ... we're far too fragile to be able to withstand the scrutiny of the truth," said 1619 creator Nikole Hannah-Jones of McConnell.
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Republican Sen. Karen Fann responded to the DOJ's concerns Friday, claiming the Senate decided weeks ago to halt voter canvassing.
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