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Rep. Lauren Boebert Calls Separation of Church and State 'Junk,' Says Church Should Direct Government
The Colorado official claimed during a church service Sunday that separating church and state isn't in the Constitution, a misleading statement that overlooks guarantees in the First Amendment
Kathy Hochul, New York's First Female Governor, Wins Democratic Primary: 'This One's for You'
Hochul's victory made her the first woman to secure her party's nomination for governor in New York
Rep. Lauren Boebert Wins Colorado GOP Primary in Bid for Reelection
The Colorado Republican has been at the center of several controversies since she began her term in office in January 2021
Jim Obergefell, Whose Landmark Case Legalized Gay Marriage, Says 'I Have to Keep Fighting' as Roe Is Overturned
With Roe v. Wade reversed and Justice Clarence Thomas second-guessing Obergefell v. Hodges, the Ohio man who helped legalize gay marriage in 2015 tells PEOPLE why Americans can’t afford to stay quiet
Tie in Alabama Senate Primary Means Winner Could Be Picked by Coin Toss or 'Rock-Paper-Scissors'
Election code dictates that ties will be decided by drawing of lots in the presence of Alabama’s governor and secretary of state
Former DOJ Officials Are Asked Under Oath If Any of Trump's Election Fraud Claims Were Found Credible: 'No.'
A one-word sentence — spoken by Richard Donoghue, an acting deputy attorney general under Donald Trump — summarizes the message that Justice Department officials delivered in Thursday's Jan. 6 hearing
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Mo Brooks, Who Lost Senate Race After Trump Pulled Endorsement, Now Says He'll Testify Before Jan. 6 Panel
Following his loss, Brooks told reporters the "bad guys won," adding that "the big loser in the election in Alabama yesterday was Donald Trump"
Candidate for Mich. Governor Leads GOP Poll After He's Arrested by FBI for Alleged Role in Capitol Riots
Ryan Kelley was taken into custody June 9 on four federal charges related to the 2021 Capitol riots
S.C. Rep. Tom Rice, Who Voted to Impeach Trump in Wake of Jan. 6, Loses Reelection Bid After 5 Terms in Office

Rice was one of 10 Republicans who voted in favor of impeaching former President Donald Trump following the 2021 Capitol riots