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New Hampshire attorney general hits national Democrats in fight over primary

By Alison Main and Arit John, CNN (CNN) — New Hampshire’s Republican attorney general on Monday hit back against national Democrats after they rebuked the state party in an ongoing fight over the state’s upcoming January 23 primary. New Hampshire Attorney General John M. Formella accused the Democratic National Committee of “unlawful voter suppression” in

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Trump co-defendant alleges misconduct by Fulton County district attorney

By Nick Valencia, Jason Morris, Zachary Cohen, Hannah Rabinowitz and Holmes Lybrand, CNN (CNN) — One of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the Georgia election subversion case is alleging without concrete evidence that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis improperly hired a romantic partner to help prosecute the case and has financially benefitted from his appointment.

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House GOP schedules interviews with Biden family business associates as Hunter Biden testimony remains difficult to obtain

By Annie Grayer, CNN House Republicans are zeroing in on interviews with Biden family business associates as testimony from the president’s son remains difficult to obtain. The lengthy process of seeking to punish Hunter Biden for not complying with a congressional subpoena, which kicks off Wednesday, means that Republicans are likely far off from getting

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Florida GOP removes Christian Ziegler from party chairmanship amid sexual assault investigation

By Carlos Suarez and Denise Royal, CNN (CNN) — Florida’s Republican Party has removed Christian Ziegler as party chairman amid a sex scandal and a sexual assault investigation. “No one voted for Christian Ziegler,” said Blaise Ingoglia, former Republican Party of Florida Chairman and current member of the Florida Senate. Ziegler, who has not been

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White House will review defense secretary’s hospitalization notification, but Biden has no plans to fire him

By Kevin Liptak and Natasha Bertrand, CNN Washington (CNN) — The White House will review the “process and procedure” surrounding Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s hospitalization last week and make changes, if necessary, but President Joe Biden has no plans to fire him. “We will obviously, I think, as you might expect, we’ll take a look at

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Supreme Court declines to weigh in Minnesota’s climate lawsuit against big oil companies

By Ella Nilsen, CNN (CNN) — The Supreme Court declined to weigh in on a climate change case the state of Minnesota is pursuing against ExxonMobil, the American Petroleum Institute trade group and other fossil fuel groups. The Supreme Court’s decision notes that Justice Brett Kavanaugh would have agreed to hear the case. Besides Minnesota, California, other states

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Supreme Court won’t review EPA rejection of Alaska copper mine

By Devan Cole, CNN (CNN) — The Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear Alaska’s challenge to the Environmental Protection Agency’s rejection of the controversial Pebble Mine project, which would have become the largest copper, gold and molybdenum extraction site on the continent. The EPA last year invoked a seldom-used authority granted as part of the Clean Water Act to

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Police investigating incident involving Boebert and her ex-husband

By Melissa Alonso and Andi Babineau, CNN (CNN) — Police in Colorado are investigating an incident involving US Rep. Lauren Boebert and her ex-husband, Jayson Boebert, while they were at a restaurant on Saturday night, a police department official told CNN. Silt Police Department officers responded to the Miner’s Claim restaurant Saturday night after receiving a call,

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