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Sworn depositions raise new questions in Planned Parenthood fetal tissue controversy

Newly obtained testimony from Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) officials has raised questions about the organization’s response to journalist David Daleiden’s undercover videos, and refocused attention on whether the nation’s largest abortion provider violated federal law regarding fetal tissue donations.

Mike Bloomberg spent nearly $1B of his own money on failed presidential bid

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloombergspent nearly $1 billion of his personal fortune on his 2020 presidential campaign, which lasted less than five months and ended without him winning any major primary contests in the Democratic primary season,Federal Election Commission records indicate.

CBP: With Trump's policies, more migrants being removed than apprehended

Officials with Customs and Border Protection (CBP)are creditingPresident Trump's agendafor givingan unprecedented boost to law enforcement, saying it has dramatically reducedthe number of migrants releasedwithin the United States and bolsteredthe agency's ability to remove illegal immigrants.

CPAC declares Mitt Romney 'NOT invited' after Senate impeachment witness vote

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) made clear on Friday that Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, who formerly won the event'sstraw poll in 2012,would not be welcome at the conference in February -- an apparent response to the senator's refusal to followhis party in the ongoing Senateimpeachment trialof President Trump.

Feinstein stirs confusion with comments on impeachment vote

A story in theLos Angeles Timescaused an uproar on social media after it characterized comments fromSen. DianneFeinstein, D-Calif., to say she is leaning"toward acquitting Trump" -- causing the Democratic senator tofire back that the paper “misunderstood what I said.

As March for Life kicks off, pro-life women are fighting to redefine female 'empowerment'

In 2019, the nation reeled from polarization over abortion bans and the future of the Supreme Court. Pro-choice advocates warned that powerful men threatenedwomen’s freedom by moving to block abortion access while remaining insensitive to the reality of unintended pregnancy.Butthe pro-life movement today is fighting back against that narrative.

Flashback: Biden opposed new witnesses during Clinton impeachment trial

Former Vice President Joe Biden has rejected the idea that his son, Hunter, should testify in President Trump's impeachment trial. He seemed open, however, to the Senate calling new witnesses, a point of contention between Democrats and Senate Republicans.