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Multiple US troops injured in collision with a Russian military convoy in Syria

Multiple US troops injured in collision with a Russian military convoy in Syria

Multiple US troops were injured in a collision with a Russian military convoy in eastern Syria Tuesday, several US officials tell CNN. The official said that the injuries occurred when one of the Russian vehicles apparently deliberately collided with the American vehicle causing the crew to suffer “concussion-like injuries.” Initial reports indicate as many as…MORE

Conservatives boost efforts to target voter rolls in battleground states

Conservatives boost efforts to target voter rolls in battleground states

A nonprofit group tied to influential conservatives who worked closely with President Donald Trump to elevate two Supreme Court justices is urging key states to clean up their voting rolls — a practice voting-rights groups and Democrats argue seeks to “purge” legitimate voters. The Honest Elections Project, as the group is known, is supporting a…MORE

Democrats renew push for watchdog investigation into alleged White House retaliation against Vindman brothers

Democrats renew push for watchdog investigation into alleged White House retaliation against Vindman brothers

House Democrats are renewing their push for the Defense Department inspector general to investigate whether the White House retaliated against impeachment witness Alexander Vindman and his brother Yevgeny. Yevgeny Vindman filed a complaint last week alleging he was retaliated against after probing allegations involving national security adviser Robert O’Brien. Yevgeny Vindman, who was a National…MORE

House narrows Deutsche Bank subpoena following Supreme Court decision

House narrows Deutsche Bank subpoena following Supreme Court decision

The House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday it would narrow its subpoena of Deutsche Bank for financial records related to President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization, less than two months after the Supreme Court ruled the House can seek the records but sent the case back to the lower courts. The House and others are…MORE

Federal appeals court sides with student in Virginia transgender bathroom case

A federal appeals court handed a win to a transgender former student on Wednesday in a years-long fight over restroom policies, ruling that policies segregating transgender students from their peers are unconstitutional and violate federal law prohibiting sex discrimination in education. In its ruling, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals also said it was unconstitutional…MORE

US intelligence officials say there’s no evidence to back up Trump’s claims about threats to mail-in voting

US intelligence officials say there’s no evidence to back up Trump’s claims about threats to mail-in voting

US officials charged with protecting the 2020 election said Wednesday they have “no information or intelligence” that foreign countries, including Russia, are attempting to undermine any part of the mail-in voting process, contradicting President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly pushed false claims that foreign adversaries are targeting mail ballots as part of a “rigged” presidential…MORE