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DeFazio ends up being most current Democratic legislator to retire at the end of present term

DeFazio ends up being most current Democratic legislator to retire at the end of...

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! House Transportation Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., will retire at the end of this Congress.DeFazio, who will step down after serving in the House of Representatives for 36 years, becomes the 19th Democratic lawmaker to retire or run for different office in 2022 elections, as the party…
Numerous NYC correction officers to be suspended for stopping working to fulfill COVID-19 vaccination due date

Numerous NYC correction officers to be suspended for stopping working to fulfill COVID-19 vaccination...

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New York City’s troubled jail system is facing more turmoil: the suspension of hundreds of corrections officers for failing to meet a Tuesday night deadline to get vaccinated against COVID-19.The city’s Department of Correction reported 77% of its uniformed staff had gotten at least one vaccine dose as of 5 p.m. Monday, the lowest of…
Texans cancel practice with gamers not feeling well

Texans cancel practice with gamers not feeling well

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The Houston Texans canceled practice and all other in-person activities Wednesday on the advice of their medical team because some players weren’t feeling well. Coach David Culley said they have not had any positive COVID-19 tests.Culley, speaking to reporters via Zoom, said that the team would resume normal operations Thursday.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE…
Legislators stay divided as Roe v. Wade hangs in the balance at Supreme Court

Legislators stay divided as Roe v. Wade hangs in the balance at Supreme Court

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Lawmakers on the Hill remain divided after the Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case that questions a near 50-year precedent set under Roe v Wade. Congressional leaders have dubbed the case – Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health –  the "most consequential abortion case in decades.""If SCOTUS overturns…
Turley on landmark SCOTUS abortion case: Kavanaugh provided '’ haymakers’ to pro-choice side

Turley on landmark SCOTUS abortion case: Kavanaugh provided '’ haymakers’ to pro-choice side

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Jonathan Turley, a constitutional law professor at George Washington University, provided analysis after the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the Mississippi abortion law that challenges Roe v. Wade. On "The Faulkner Focus," Turley explained that the pro-choice side will likely be unhappy with Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who asked pressing questions about the basis of…