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He was the only GOP senator to vote in favor of conviction during Trump's previous impeachment trial.
Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton and Rich Lowry discuss the second impeachment of Donald Trump and the Biden foreign-policy plan.
Even respondents who call themselves ‘pro-choice’ tend to want significant legal protections for unborn children.
Melvin Capital was forced to receive a $2.75 billion cash infusion from fellow hedge funds Citadel and Point72 Capital Management to cover their losses.
‘With the inauguration complete and threats receding, now it’s time, yes, to send home the troops,’ Cotton wrote in an op-ed.
Limited government may not be fashionable or exciting, but it remains as vital as ever.