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Area Criminal Shocked by Congresswoman Who Cites His Crimes Out Loud
Special Envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams wasn’t pleased when Ilhan Omar called him out for supporting a Salvadoran regime that massacred civilians.
Mike Pence Makes Strong Case for Donald Trump’s Resignation
The vice-president argued Tuesday night that “those who engage in anti-Semitic tropes” have no place in our politics.
Everything to Know About Ilhan Omar’s Israel Controversy
On Tuesday, Trump called on the congresswoman to resign.
The Christian Right, Not AIPAC, Drives the GOP’s Pro-Israel Stance
Whether or not Ilhan Omar’s claim of vast AIPAC power has anything to do with anti-Semitism, it’s just not accurate, and helps her enemies.
McCarthy Demands Democrats Treat Two Muslim Members As Bigots Like Steve King
It’s a twofer for Republicans seeking to undermine Jewish Democratic allegiances while pleasing conservative evangelicals.
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The Guests to Look Out for at the State of the Union
Trump’s former housekeepers, migrant families who were separated at the border, and more.
The New Face of Power Officially Takes Control Today
The 116th Congress will be the most diverse set of lawmakers in history.
Your Cool New Congresswomen Are Already Hanging Out
It’s okay to say #squadgoals without irony about this Instagram.
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What to Know About Ilhan Omar, the Former Refugee Who Won a Minnesota Primary
She would be the first Somali-American in Congress.
Primary Results: Dems Embrace Diversity, GOP Pulls Closer to Trump
As Democrats nominated several candidates whose win in November would be a historic first, Republicans continued rejecting their pre-Trump past.
Minnesota Lawmaker Calls Out ‘White Male’ Colleagues for Ignoring Women of Color
“I’m really tired of watching women of color, in particular, being ignored.”