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Did Herschel Walker Lie About Lying? GOP Senate Candidate Denies Making False Claim About Graduating College
“I never said that,” Walker recently told a reporter, who asked about his repeated false claims that he earned a degree at the University of Georgia and was a top student in his graduating class
Gun Violence in American Schools: Unpacking the Most Frequently Asked Questions, and How to Help
Activist Shannon Watts helps PEOPLE unpack answers to tough questions surrounding gun safety, "hardening" schools and mental illness in connection to gun violence
Lindsey Graham, Bernie Sanders Will Face Off in 3-Part Debate Series
The new bipartisan Senate debate series aims to "to reintroduce the culture of compromise that has been the essence of the Senate since it was conceived in 1789"
Former Trump Official Had Security Detail Drive Wrong Way to Pick Up Dry Cleaning Because He Was Running Late
A just-released report on investigations into Scott Pruitt’s actions as the top administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency alleges he “endangered public safety”
The U.S. Lawmakers Who Have Received the Most Funding from the NRA
U.S. lawmakers have in recent years continued to rack up donations from gun rights groups – some to the tune of tens of millions of dollars
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott No Longer Set to Attend NRA Convention, Will Instead Return to Uvalde
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott will still appear at the National Rifle Association convention in Houston on Friday, in pre-taped remarks
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Barack Obama Reunites With Boy From Viral 'Hair Like Mine' Photo
Jacob Philadelphia reconnected with the former president ahead of his high school graduation
Karl-Anthony Towns, Jordyn Woods Visit White House to Support Reform on George Floyd Death Anniversary
On the second anniversary of George Floyd's murder, Towns and Woods met with Joe Biden as he signed a police reform executive order at the White House
Boris Johnson Under Fire as Just-Released 'Partygate' Report Details COVID Rule-Breaking, Excessive Drinking

Civil servant Sue Gray released her long-awaited report on an ethics inquiry into 16 gatherings held by government officials during periods of COVID-related lockdowns in England