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Sununu says he’s considering a run for president. But that might not be his real plan.

It’s not a crazy idea for New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu to run for president. But if he were to run, it would be a uniquely complicated proposition, pretty much unlike that of any other politician in America.

Black Americans are much more likely to face tax audits, study finds

The findings document discrimination in the computer algorithms the agency uses to determine who is selected for an audit, according to the study by economists.

Vice President Kamala Harris will attend Tyre Nichols’ funeral, White House says

Vice President Kamala Harris was invited to attend the funeral services Wednesday by Nichols’ mother and stepfather, RowVaughn Wells and Rodney Wells, according to Harris’s press secretary

Biden highlights grant for Hudson tunnel, takes aim at GOP

President Biden on Tuesday showcased a $292 million mega grant that will be used to help build a new rail tunnel beneath the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, part of a broader effort to draw a contrast between his economic vision and that of Republicans.

Representative George Santos is stepping down from committees amid ethics issues

Representative George Santos has faced numerous calls for his resignation and is facing multiple investigations by prosecutors over his personal and campaign finances and lies about his resume and family background.

Trump investigations: Georgia prosecutor ups anticipation

In trying to block the release of a special grand jury’s report, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis argued in court last week that decisions in the case were “imminent” and that the report’s publication could jeopardize the rights of “future defendants.”

Biden to end COVID-19 emergencies on May 11

President Biden informed Congress on Monday that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11, as most of the world has returned closer to normalcy nearly three years after they were first declared.

COVID-19 emergencies to end on May 11, Biden says

The move to end the emergency declarations in the United States comes as most of the world has returned to normalcy three years after the beginning of the pandemic.