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Analysis: How Marjorie Taylor Greene is actually winning

Marjorie Taylor Greene is a first-term member of Congress who has been removed from committees. Aside from voting -- and occasionally engaging in pointless time-wasting measures -- she doesn't have many official duties at all. Quite simply: It's impossible for her to have less power within the halls of Congress.

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Unseen footage of Queen Elizabeth revealed

New and previously unseen footage of Queen Elizabeth II, including home movies and recently digitized "lost" material from her tours around the world, will be shown Thursday in the UK for the first time.

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Opinion: Jill Biden is rocking a new look for first ladies

First lady Dr. Jill Biden stepped off a plane last week in a short black leather skirt, black patterned tights (floral fishnets, InStyle called them) and black stiletto booties. Cue the uproar. Some on Twitter deemed her ensemble -- often in quite unkind terms -- more appropriate for a woman half her age and nowhere near her station. Others sprang to her defense, called the look "rockin'" and "classy," and noted the inherent sexism of the criticism.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene raises $3.2 million in first 3 months in office

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene announced on Wednesday that her reelection campaign raised an astonishing $3.2 million in the Georgia Republican's first three months in office, after reports detailed her embrace of conspiracy theories and support for executing prominent Democratic politicians.

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Haberman: Trump had to be talked out of defending Matt Gaetz

New York Times reporter and CNN political analyst Maggie Haberman says that former President Donald Trump's first instinct was to give a full-throated defense of Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) in the wake of an investigation into sex trafficking allegations but was persuaded not to by his staff.

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The problem with 'bereavement' leave after pregnancy loss

Miscarriages are a normal, if distressing, part of childbearing. About 20% of recognized pregnancies miscarry, mostly in the first months of gestation. And yet many workplaces have been slow to recognize the physical and emotional impact of these losses on their employees. When I miscarried my first pregnancy at 11 weeks, I was lucky enough to be a graduate student with a flexible schedule and an understanding dissertation committee. But not everyone is so fortunate.

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Why Americans will see themselves in Hunter Biden

"Crackhead Hunter." That was the slur Donald Trump Jr. hurled at now-President Joe Biden's younger son after the first presidential debate, during which Trump Sr. falsely stated that Hunter Biden had been dishonorably discharged for cocaine use. (Hunter had been discharged after testing positive for cocaine, but it was not a dishonorable discharge.)

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