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    Democratic Leader Condemns Former President Trump's Dinner with Nick Fuentes

    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer condemns former President Trump for dining with Nick Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago estate, calling it "disgusting and dangerous." He also denounces the former president for failing to condemn Fuentes' antisemitism after the dinner. "I vociferously condemn the former president's decision to meet with this anti-Semite and urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to do the same," Senator Schumer says.

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    House GOP Leader Calls on Secretary Mayorkas to Resign Over Situation on the Border

    House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy calls on Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro to resign over his handling of the nation's border security and vows that Republicans will investigate him when they take control of the House in January to determine if they should move forward with impeachment proceedings.

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    White House: Vogue Did Not Attend Naomi Biden Wedding

    White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tells reporters that Vogue Magazine did not attend Naomi Biden's wedding on Saturday but did a portrait shoot in the White House Green Room two days before. She says the wedding was a private family event and was closed to the press. She also says that pictures of the wedding were released Saturday to the press ahead of Vogue's embargoed pictures today.

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    In Final Briefing Dr. Fauci Urges Public to Get Updated COVID-19 Booster Shots

    During his final briefing at the White House, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anthony Fauci urges the general public to get their updated COVID-19 booster shots, citing their safety and effectiveness against serious illness or death.

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    Respect for Marriage Bill Jeopardizes Religious Freedom, Senator Lee says

    Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee speaks in opposition to the Respect for Marriage Act, saying it doesn't protect religious freedom, but rather "places it in great jeopardy."

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    Speaker Pelosi Announces She Will Not Seek Leadership Role in 118th Congress

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announces she will not seek a leadership role in the 118th Congress, saying, "For me, the hour has come for a new generation to lead the Democratic caucus that I so deeply respect."

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    House GOP Plans Investigation of President Biden and Family's Business Dealings

    Incoming Chairman of the House Oversight Committee James Comer announces plans to begin an investigation into President Biden and his family's business dealings when they take over the majority in the 118th Congress. Representative Comer says "Republicans have uncovered evidence of federal crimes committed by and to the benefit of members of the president's family," including "conspiracy to defrauding the United States, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act, violations of the Corrupt Practices Act, violations of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, tax evasion, money laundering, and conspiracy to commit money laundering."

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    Senate Votes to Advance Marriage Equality Bill

    The Senate votes 62-37 to advance a marriage equality bill that protects same-sex marriage and interracial marriage under federal law. Twelve Republicans joined Democrats on the procedural vote.

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    Defense Secretary: Missile That Landed in Poland Likely Came From Ukraine

    Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says the U.S. doesn't see anything that contradicts Poland's assessment that a missile that landed near its border with Ukraine likely came from a Ukrainian air defense system. However, he says that Russia bears ultimate responsibility for the deadly explosion that killed two people.

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    Senator McConnell Says He Has Votes to Be Reelected GOP Leader

    Facing a challenge for his job from Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has the votes and that he will be reelected leader of his conference when they vote.

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