The late Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who died at 82 after battling pancreatic cancer, was honored at a memorial service Saturday. He’s remembered for never personalizing politics and remaining loyal to his family.
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When asked about concerns among voters of color, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell implied African Americans are not Americans.
Hannah Price, 25, was found dead by suicide in her Tennessee home on Nov. 12, PEOPLE confirms
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President Biden and Sen. Chuck Schumer, the Senate majority leader, took to Twitter late Wednesday to express their disappointment after the Senate failed to pass two major election bills—which was all but certain.
When Sonya White's family opened her casket to say their final goodbye, they found a stranger wearing White's clothes and jewelry.
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A former Vermont legislator and House majority leader has died with the help of a law he himself helped pass that allows the terminally ill to end their own lives, his wife said. Willem Jewett died Jan. 12 at his home in Ripton at age 58, said his wife, Ellen McKay Jewett. In the days before his death, he supported changes to the 2013 law to make it easier for terminally ill people to navigate and get a prescription, VTDigger first reported.
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Michelle Stani, 37, died of COVID-19-related complications on Jan. 12. She had given birth to her fourth child, a son named Jayden, on Christmas Eve.
“I'm alive because of him,” Laney Perdue tells PEOPLE of her late dad Mike
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The fight over voting rights has gone from partisan to personal. President Biden and his Democratic allies, furious with Republicans for opposing voting rights protections they had embraced for decades, are lashing out across the aisle with racially charged assertions that the GOP would rather secure power than ensure civil rights. Republicans have fired back, accusing their Democratic critics of twisting the debate away from the underlying...
Relatives of the late actor Bill Paxton, who sued Cedars-Sinai Medical Center regarding his 2017 death, can seek punitive damages at trial, a judge ruled today. On Wednesday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Steven J. Kleifield denied a defense motion to dismiss the punitive damages claim dealing with the disposition of the actor’s body that […]
The Fox News veteran debuted a damning new nickname for the Republican side of the Senate.
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Massachusetts pizza shop owner Antonios “Tony” Tsantinis died after contracting COVID-19 and struggling to find an available hospital bed.
A teenager in China who was sold at birth was left heartbroken after finally finding his birth parents and then being rejected by them. Liu Xuezhou, 17, from China’s Hebei Province, posted about the heartbreaking reunion on Douyin on Monday, according to South China Morning Post. Liu managed to find his biological parents with the help of local authorities after he was reportedly encouraged to make a post online.
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Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) decided to push a narrow change to the Senate's filibuster rule after moderate Democratic colleagues pushed back on a broader rules change that would have fundamentally weakened the power of the Republican minority. Most of the public attention has focused on Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), who have both said they will not support any party-line effort to weaken the...
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The Florida Senate is advancing redistricting plans for the Senate and Congress, but not the one that would have cut Black-majority districts to two.
"I'm heartbroken. My heart's shattered, to be honest," Christine Brown says in PEOPLE's exclusive look at Sister Wives
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Man faces backlash over his ‘ridiculous’ cleaning demands for his wife: ‘[She] is more than a robot’
He said she was "blaming" him for her own actions.
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Am I wrong for not letting my sister-in-law, 26, and her four kids (ages 1 to 8) stay at my house for a few days? I need advice on my family drama.
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Senate Democrats want to get rid of the filibuster, but Sen. Joe Manchin says doing so would be the "easy way out."
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Princess Diana's Bridesmaid India Hicks Shares Why She Decided to Wed Her Partner After 26 Years and 5 Kids
"This could not be called a whirlwind romance," the British designer, writer and entrepreneur told BRIDES' The Royals digital issue