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Former President Donald Trump Acquitted In Second Impeachment Trial

On February 13, the US Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump on a charge of incitement of insurrection despite significant...

Ethics Groups Call For The Impeachment Of Attorney General William Barr

Two private groups focused on US government ethics on October 12 accused Attorney General William Barr of misusing his office to support...

President Donald Trump Reportedly Said He Wanted Justice Department to Prosecute His Political Opponents 

According to a New York Times article published on November 20, President Donald Trump told the White House counsel in the spring that he...

OurWeek In Politics (10/14/10/21/17)

Here are the main events in Politics that occurred over the past week: 1. NJ Gubernatorial Elections Heats Up In The Final Stretch The ongoing gubernatorial...

OurWeek in Politics #4 (8/19-8/26/17)

Here are the main events in Politics that occurred over the past week: 1. Trump Impeachment Talk Begins to Gain Traction in Congress This past week,...

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Our Week In Politics (September 8, 2021-September 15, 2021)

Here are the main events that occurred in Politics this week 1. President Joe Biden Announces Sweeping Coronavirus...

Report: US Top General Secretly Called China Over Fears Donald Trump Could Spark War During His Final Days In Office

The top US general secretly called his Chinese counterpart twice over concerns then-President Donald Trump could spark a war with China as...

Pennsylvania Republican Lawmakers Approve Wide-Ranging Subpoenas For Personal Information Of 2020 Voters

Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania on September 15 approved subpoenas for a wide range of data and personal information on voters, advancing a probe...

In Major Victory For Democratic Party, California Governor Gavin Newsom Survives Recall Election

A Republican-led bid to recall Governor Gavin Newsom of California ended in defeat, as Democrats in the nation’s most populous state closed ranks against a small...