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The president is urging all governors to do the same on state offenses of civil possession of marijuana. He is also asking Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Attorney General Merrick Garland to review how the drug is treated under federal law.
The U.S. attorney in Delaware, a Trump appointee, now must decide whether to charge President Biden’s son with tax crimes and a false statement related to a gun purchase.
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New footage from off the coast of South Africa is the first direct proof that orcas are capable of hunting and killing great white sharks, scientists say.
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Police say the attacker was a former officer who shot his wife, his child and himself following the day-care rampage.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (AP)
Sergei Shoigu has been on Vladimir Putin's leadership team for more than two decades, but growing criticism of military defeats in Ukraine suggests that he could soon be dismissed.
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(The Washington Post)
Democrats are leaning into that message on the campaign trail, seeking to make the November elections a referendum on what they describe as the Republican Party’s extreme position on abortion. This dynamic is playing out in gubernatorial contests in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona — all of which have GOP-controlled state legislatures.