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Bipartisan House committee report blames Donald Trump for sparking Capitol riots and recommends he be barred from holding office pending criminal investigations.
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The US National Archives has released more than 13,000 documents related to the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy, following an order from the White House.
Nancy Pelosi steps down as leader of US House Democrats
The Democratic politician, who has served as speaker twice and has been the first woman to hold the position, said this would not be her exit from politics, as she intends to remain in Congress.
Donald Trump says he will ‘probably’ run for president in 2024
Former US President Donald Trump dropped strong hints about a 2024 White House run at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa.
Steve Bannon sentenced to four months in prison for contempt
Steve Bannon, ally of former US President Donald Trump, was sentenced to four months in jail for failing to testify and provide documents to a committee probing the storming of the Capitol in 2021.
US judge orders partial release of papers used to justify Trump search
The order means the public could soon learn at least some additional details about what led FBI officials to search Mar-a-Lago on 8 August.
US lawmakers pass measures to protect abortion access countrywide
The lower chamber of Congress is attempting to preserve abortion rights as the country grapples with the impact of the Supreme Court's decision repealing Roe v. Wade.
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US drops COVID tests for passengers - for now
The US travel industry has welcomed the change as a "huge step forward."
Hard-hitting French abortion film has US debut amid Roe v Wade uproar
The award-winning 'Happening', depicting a student's quest for an illegal termination in 1960s France, comes to US cinemas as the Supreme Court considers overturning a landmark decision legalising abortion in all 50 states.
Amazon will pay US workers' travel costs for abortions
As the US Supreme Court looks set to overturn abortion rights, Amazon and other companies are stepping in to cover travel costs for procedures.
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Biden signs $1T infrastructure bill with bipartisan audience
The president hopes to use the law to build back his popularity and says it will deliver jobs, clean water, high-speed internet and a clean energy future.
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Steve Bannon was indicted Friday on two counts of contempt of Congress after he defied a congressional subpoena from the House committee investigating the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
US Supreme Court hears challenges on Texas abortion law
The controversial new abortion law in Texas that has all but ended the procedure in the state.
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US Secretary of State held talks at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris.
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