Crisis of Haitian migrants exposes rifts for Biden on immigration

When members of the Congressional Black Caucus arrived to Vice President Kamala Harris' residence this week for an event marking the group's 50th anniversary, talk quickly turned to the devolving humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border.

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Sham Arizona 2020 review blows open Trump's election lies -- but he's trying again in Texas

Donald Trump's campaign to destroy confidence in America's elections is racking up new wins after Texas caved to his demands to review its own voting and as Arizona Republicans on Friday present findings of their own sham "audit."

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Draft report from partisan Arizona review confirms Biden defeated Trump in Maricopa County last November

The partisan review of Maricopa County's 2.1 million ballots cast in the 2020 election found a vote count nearly identical to what the county had previously reported, a draft report detailing its findings shows.

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January 6 committee issues first subpoenas for witness testimony to four Trump loyalists

The select committee investigating the January 6 riot at the US Capitol issued its first round of subpoenas Thursday, targeting close aides and allies of former President Donald Trump. The subpoenas come as the select committee seeks to investigate efforts the Trump White House took to potentially overturn the 2020 presidential election and how the spread of misinformation fueled the anger and violence that led to the Capitol Insurrection.

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White House moving to release information on Trump to congressional investigators

The White House is taking steps to release information to a congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol about what former President Donald Trump and his aides were doing as violence erupted that day, a decision that is likely to set up a legal fight with the former President and raise questions of executive privilege for anyone who serves in the Oval Office.

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