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Trump holds 10-point lead over Biden among Arizona voters over 50: AARP poll

Among likely voters over the age of 50, 49 percent said they would vote for Trump while 39 percent said they would vote for Biden.

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GOP lawmakers demand 51 intelligence officials who labeled Hunter Biden laptop ‘disinformation’ be ‘held accountable’

“I think there needs to be an investigation into every single one of them,” Rep. Kat Cammack said.

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Trump Raises $33.5 Million in California Fundraising Swing

People lined up, sometimes enduring searing heat, to see the 45th president during his campaign sweep that hit three states in four days.

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Johnson & Johnson to Pay $700 Million Settlement Over Talc Powder

The company will pay in four annual instalments beginning July 30.

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Rep. Armstrong Wins North Dakota’s Gubernatorial Primary

Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-N.D.) won North Dakota’s GOP gubernatorial primary, setting the stage for a strong performance in the heavily Republican state’s November general election. He defeated Lt. Gov. Tammy Miller in the June 11 contest. Mr. Armstrong’s running mate for lieutenant governor was Josh Teigen, commissioner of the state’s Department of Commerce. Ms. Miller’s […]

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FDA Partners With DOJ, Other Agencies to Combat Illegal Sale of E-Cigarettes

‘Enforcement against illegal e-cigarettes is a multi-pronged issue that necessitates a multi-pronged response,’ the FDA’s Brian King said.

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Supreme Court Set to Release Rulings on Major Cases as Term Nears End

Social media, gun rights, administrative power, abortion, and presidential power are some of the major topics being considered by the justices.

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Judge Cannon Rejects Trump Request in Classified Documents Case

President Trump’s bid to throw out a superseding indictment has been rejected, but the Florida judge agreed to strike one paragraph from the charging document.

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‘Voter importation’: Musk slams Biden border patrol memo instructing release of illegal immigrants after EO

The comments come after a report that border patrol agents have been instructed to release single adults from all but six countries.

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US Coast Guard Joint Operation Seizes $63 Million Worth of Cocaine at Florida Port

MIAMI—A joint operation of the U.S. Coast Guard and the Royal Netherlands Navy recovered 4,800 pounds (2,177 kilograms) of cocaine worth more than $63 million this week from a vessel at a Florida port, according to the Coast Guard. The seizure Thursday was the result of a joint operation between the two agencies, including two […]

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Rio Tinto to Invest $215 Million in Low-Carbon Steelmaking R&D Facility

The new facility in Western Australia is expected to use raw biomass and microwave energy to convert iron ore to metallic iron in the steelmaking process.

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Florida Supreme Court Upholds DeSantis’ Suspension of Orlando Prosecutor

Mr. DeSantis suspended state attorney Monique Worrell in 2023 for ‘neglecting her duty,’ and she challenged his authority to do so.

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Santa Monica Vice Mayor Warns of Misinformation Ahead of November Election

Santa Monica’s vice mayor says misinformation campaigns by politically driven unions have become a problem in the city, and she wasn’t afraid to call out a recent example. Lana Negrete was elected to the City Council in 2022 despite tens of thousands of dollars spent by her opponents. According to Ms. Negrete, a longtime renter […]

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Biden Marks 80th Anniversary of D-Day, Honors World War II Veterans

‘Isolation was not the answer 80 years ago, and is not the answer today,’ President Biden said.

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Trump to Appear in Arizona Town Hall in First Campaign Event Since Verdict

The town hall meeting will provide the first question-and-answer session with the former president since his May 31 criminal conviction.