Congress is poised to repeal authorization for the use of military force for the first time since 1974.
Charges in New York may be the least of the former president’s legal worries.
The new deal won’t end the federal government’s involvement in the SVB failure.
The RESTRICT Act has bipartisan support, but critics say it may not work as intended.
Republicans have obtained evidence of suspicious payments and pledge to keep looking for more.
Idaho’s state legislature paves the way for the execution method’s return.
The Manhattan district attorney’s case likely would rely on tenuous legal reasoning.
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