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Adam Kinzinger, a Practicing Christian, Fires Back at Lauren Boebert's Church and State Remarks
Kinzinger's comments come days after Boebert said she was "tired of this separation of church and state junk"
Barack Obama Calls Supreme Court's EPA Ruling 'Major Step Backward' for Stopping Climate Change
After SCOTUS limited the EPA's power in a ruling Thursday, Obama urged Congress to support Biden's climate initiatives in order to prevent future environmental collapse
Rep. Liz Cheney Says She's 'Absolutely Confident' in Cassidy Hutchinson's Credibility amid Scrutiny
The former White House aide testified on Tuesday that former President Trump physically assaulted his chief of security in an attempt to get to the Capitol
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson's Most Inspiring Quotes
The newest member of the Supreme Court has shared many wise words during her time in the spotlight
Ketanji Brown Jackson Is Sworn into SCOTUS as Nation's First Black Female Justice
Jackson takes the place of longtime Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who officially retired at noon on Thursday after the 2021-2022 term ended
Justice Stephen Breyer Has Retired from the Supreme Court: Inside His 28 Years on the Bench
Breyer has stepped down after nearly three decades on the nation’s highest court, leaving behind a legacy of optimism and consensus building
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Sen. Patrick Leahy, 82, Needs Surgery After Breaking His Hip in a Fall
The Vermont Democrat fell at his home Wednesday night, but is "expected to make a full recovery”
Texas Attorney General Says He'd Defend Anti-Sodomy Laws if Supreme Court Revisits Ruling
In a Friday interview with NewsNation anchor Leland Vittert, AG Ken Paxton was asked about conservative Justice Clarence Thomas' concurring opinion on the Roev. Wade ruling
Howard Stern Says He Is Running for President in 2024, Claims Bradley Cooper Wants to Be His VP

Howard Stern said that Bradley Cooper would "bring in the female vote like you wouldn't believe" as his vice presidential candidate