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    Defense Secretary Austin resumes duties following medical procedure

    Austin to temporarily transfer duties to deputy as he undergoes medical procedure for bladder issue.

    Special counsel seeks to bar Trump from making statements endangering law enforcement

    Special counsel Smith seeks order from the judge barring Trump from making statements that pose a risk to law enforcement.

    Families of Marines killed in 2022 Osprey crash file wrongful death lawsuit

    The suit names Boeing, Rolls Royce and Bell, the companies that make the Osprey.

    Trump, RFK Jr. in split-screen showdown at Libertarian National Convention

    A split-screen showdown between Donald Trump and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will occur this weekend at the Libertarian National Convention.

    Missouri attorney general race emerges as new front in GOP civil war

    Missouri's Republican attorney general primary is pitting incumbent Andrew Bailey against Will Scharf, a lawyer for Donald Trump.

    Trump continues to demonize migrants, falsely claims they’re ‘building an army’

    Trump ratcheted up his anti-immigrant rhetoric at a rally in the South Bronx, where he claimed, without evidence, that migrants coming to the U.S. are forming an "army."

    Trump responds to Haley saying she’ll vote for him, says she’ll like be on...

    Former President Donald Trump made his first public comments on Nikki Haley finally breaking her silence and saying she would vote for him.

    Trump campaign accuses Secret Service of ‘critical flaw’ in RNC convention planning

    The Trump campaign penned a letter to Secret Service Director Kim Cheatle asking her to adjust the security perimeter of this summer's Republican National Convention.

    Senate holding another election-year showdown vote on border security bill

    The Senate is considering for the second time a border security package after Republicans blocked the bill from advancing at Trump's direction.

    Garland: Trump claim of DOJ, FBI plan to possibly assassinate him at MAL ‘dangerous’

    The attorney general noted the FBI had a similar policy about the use of deadly force during a search of President Joe Biden's Delaware home Biden a few months later.

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