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Anti-government activist Ammon Bundy on Saturday came out with his first videos announcing his campaign to become governor of Idaho. “I’m running for governor because I’m sick and tired of all of this political garbage just like you are,” Bundy said in a nearly three-minute video on his campaign website. Bundy said he wants to defend Idaho from President “Joe Biden and those in the Deep State that control him” because they “are going to try to take away our gun rights, freedom of religion, parental rights, and more — and further violate the Constitution in unimaginable ways — even more than they’ve already done.”
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The actress was married to actor Richard Gilliland for more than 33 years.
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The gun reform legislation comes after 10 people were killed in a mass shooting earlier in the year.
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Singer Macy Gray writes op-ed calling for the U.S. flag to be replaced: 'It is tattered, dated, divisive and incorrect'
The Grammy winner suggested a redesign with 52 colors in a range of skin tones and off-white stripes.
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A Southern California sheriff’s deputy is under criminal investigation after he was recorded on video kicking a pursuit suspect in the head while the man appeared to be surrendering. The San Bernardino County deputy, who was not named, has been placed on paid administrative leave, the Sun newspaper reported Saturday.
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The Department of Veterans Affairs is moving to offer transgender veterans gender confirmation surgery, Secretary Denis McDonough announced at a Pride Month event in Orlando Saturday. McDonough said in prepared remarks that the move was “the right thing to do,” and that it was part of an effort to overcome a “dark history” of discrimination against LGBTQ service members. The move is just the first step in what's likely to be a yearslong federal rulemaking process to expand VA health benefits to cover the surgery, but McDonough said the VA will use the time to “develop capacity to meet the surgical needs” of transgender veterans.
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The Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka rivalry tried to heat up at the U.S. Open, but only one of them upheld his end of the bargain.
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The route from an obscure right-wing website to a major network program illustrates how quickly misinformation, or distorted information, can become part of a national discussion, despite an absence of evidence.
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As the U.S. military drawdown from Afghanistan continues, the White House announced that the Afghan president and chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation will visit with President Joe Biden on Friday in Washington. President Ashraf Ghani and Chairman Abdullah Abdullah's visit will "highlight the enduring partnership between the United States and Afghanistan as the military drawdown continues," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement Sunday.
- Washington Examiner
The Vatican dismissed the idea of denying Holy Communion to abortion-supporting Catholics, including President Joe Biden, despite a push by a group of U.S. Catholic bishops seeking such a move.
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'It only takes a few seconds': Police chief gives warning after toddler drowns in pool at Wrentham home
Angelo Nicoloro was just 1 1/2 years old and one of seven siblings.
Prince Charles shares throwback Father's Day photo with Prince Harry amid reports that he won't let Archie become a prince
Prince Charles told the Sussexes that he will change key legal documents to make sure that Archie doesn't inherit the "prince" title, said reports.
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Sen. Ron Johnson, who stalled the passing of Juneteenth as a federal holiday, was booed at an event commemorating the day
Johnson said it would be too costly to give federal employees another day off, but conceded his efforts on Tuesday.
- Idaho Statesman
Crews rescued a trapped woman who was then taken to a hospital.
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During more than five years of harassment, about 30 pieces of mail with homophobic names on them were sent to the couple’s home in Massachusetts.
- LA Times
A survey after the insurrection in January found that 56% of Republicans agreed that force might be needed to save "the traditional American way of life."
- The Telegraph
A prominent Pakistani cleric who has led anti-blasphemy rallies has been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing a student after a purported video of the assault provoked widespread public anger. Aziz-ur-Rehman was held after cellphone videos apparently showing a cleric forcing himself on a student at a religious school went viral on social media. The video prompted protest about the lack of government action to protect students at such schools, which are often linked to hugely influential har
A Florida man pulled out a gun on a Starbucks employee who turned out to be the local police chief's daughter
"It was upsetting to me to know that someone would go to that extreme not having cream cheese on his bagel," Police Chief Noel-Pratt said, the AP reported.
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Danish soccer player Christian Eriksen, who collapsed during a game, did not receive the COVID-19 vaccine 12 days prior.