• WNBA’s Kelly Loeffler Advances To Runoff Election For Georgia Senate Seat

    WNBA’s Kelly Loeffler Advances To Runoff Election For Georgia Senate Seat0

    Breaking News Kelly Loeffler — the Atlanta Dream co-owner who bashed the WNBA’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement this summer — is headed for a runoff reelection in Georgia to keep her senate spot. The 49-year-old Republican, who advocated for WNBA players to wear U.S. flags instead of BLM apparel in the league’s

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  • Ex-Auburn Football Coach Tommy Tuberville Wins Senate Race In Alabama

    Ex-Auburn Football Coach Tommy Tuberville Wins Senate Race In Alabama0

    Breaking News Tommy Tuberville — the former college football coach — is now a U.S. Senator (elect) after winning a seat in Alabama in a landslide. The 66-year-old ran as a Republican — and on Tuesday, he defeated Senator Doug Jones by a HUGE margin, flipping the seat back to red. “Alabama, welcome back to

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  • Senate advances bill to fund government into December

    Senate advances bill to fund government into December0

    WASHINGTON – A bill to fund the federal government cleared a key Senate procedural hurdle Tuesday as lawmakers sought to accomplish the bare minimum before they depart Washington to campaign — preventing a shutdown when the new fiscal year begins. The measure to keep the government running through Dec. 11 advanced by a 82-6 tally.

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  • Court pick Barrett visits Senate ahead of confirmation fight

    Court pick Barrett visits Senate ahead of confirmation fight0

    WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett, is on Capitol Hill on Tuesday for meetings with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other pivotal Republican senators in preparation for her fast-track confirmation before the Nov. 3 election. The judge is making a whirlwind visit to McConnell and eight other

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  • Kentucky Senate candidates take up Breonna Taylor case

    Kentucky Senate candidates take up Breonna Taylor case0

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Democrat Amy McGrath called for fundamental change to combat “systemic racism” as the Senate candidate met Thursday with some of the Kentucky protesters seething over a grand jury’s decision not to charge officers in the killing of Breonna Taylor. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, her Republican opponent, said peaceful protests offer a

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  • GOP-led Senate committees issue report on Bidens, Ukraine

    GOP-led Senate committees issue report on Bidens, Ukraine0

    WASHINGTON – Two Republican-led Senate committees issued a politically charged report Wednesday on the work Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son did in Ukraine. Biden’s campaign immediately panned the report, released six weeks before the election, as an effort by an ally of President Donald Trump to damage his election opponent. Trump has repeatedly drawn

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