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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was sentenced to 18 years in prison for seditious conspiracy in the January 6 Capitol attack. USA Today has more.
The Supreme Court dramatically shrunk the Clean Water Act’s reach. Politico explains what to know.
The Wall Street Journal looks at why Texas lawmakers are set to consider impeachment proceedings against Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Older Americans are flooding homeless shelters that can’t care for them. The Washington Post reports on cities that are rushing to build specialized facilities.
Free, ad-supported, streaming television services like Freevee and Pluto are having a moment. Vox explains.
The Miami Herald asked experts for tips on the best and worst times to travel this Memorial Day weekend.
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