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Fired Florida data analyst Rebekah Jones bonds out of jail, says she tested positive for coronavirus
Rebekah Jones, the former Florida Department of Health data analyst who helped build the state’s coronavirus case tracker — only to be fired last year for alleged insubordination — said she tested positive for the virus after turning herself in to authorities over the weekend.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia delivered a farewell address on the Senate floor Tuesday, ripping cancel culture and “dangerous narratives” on her way out.
House Dems request probe into ‘suspicious behavior,’ following allegation of Capitol ‘reconnaissance’ tours
More than 30 House Democrats on Wednesday requested an immediate investigation into “suspicious behavior” and access that was allegedly given to visitors at the U.S. Capitol the day before the riot.
SF Mayor Breed warns ‘more restrictive action’ may come to city after her French Laundry visit: report
San Francisco residents should brace more severe coronavirus restrictions, Mayor London Breed said Tuesday.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday that “quick action” may be needed amid a surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in the state, according to reports.
Oregon’s 4th District congressional race has turned into a competitive and high spending affair, as a Republican anti-terrorism hero runs against a 34-year Democratic incumbent.
A progressive group that opposed Joe Biden in the primary, has apparently changed its tune and is now urging Democrats to vote for him this upcoming election.
Anchorage, Alaska, Mayor Ethan Berkowitz resigned Tuesday, a day after apologizing for what he described as a “consensual, inappropriate messaging relationship,” with a local television anchor.
A Kentucky state lawmaker was reportedly arrested by police Thursday night as the city saw a second consecutive night of protests following the indictment of a police officer in the Breonna Taylor case.
Joe Biden on Thursday said because President Trump failed to act sooner on the coronavirus, he was essentially responsible for every person in the U.S., who died from the disease.
A San Francisco cosmetologist who works at the salon that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited earlier this week attempted Wednesday to distance himself from the salon’s owner, Erica Kious.
The ‘Squad’ seems positioned to influence Congress for years after a strong showing by key members in closely watched primaries with national implications.
The polarizing St. Louis prosecutor who charged a couple for flashing guns at a crowd marching to the mayor’s home last month has been elected to another term following Tuesday’s primary election.
It was hard to tell if Joe Biden or President Trump would be appearing in south central Pennsylvania on Thursday by the looks of crowds gathered near the presumptive Democratic nominee’s campaign stop.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas said Google’s recent threat to block advertisement from The Federalist, a right-leaning publication, raises serious concerns that the tech giant is abusing its power to censor political speech it disagrees with.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said Thursday that neither she nor city police Chief Carmen Best had any intention of resigning — despite calls from protesters that they do so.
Donald Trump Jr. called out Joe Biden on Twitter Wednesday over comments the presidential candidate made regarding the need for action against police brutality.