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Jen Psaki Will Join MSNBC With New Show Debuting in 2023
Psaki will begin contributing to the network's political coverage this fall
Kellyanne Conway Fears Her Marriage to Anti-Trump Husband Won't Survive: 'Love Comes With Respect'
Donald Trump’s former campaign manager and White House advisor tells PEOPLE how her husband George’s public criticism of the president she served “violated our marriage vows”
Bill Clinton and Joe Biden Write Tributes for Zelenskyy and Other Leaders on TIME 100 List
President Biden's tribute came in honor of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who he called "a leader worthy of [the Ukrainian peoples'] bravery and resilience"
Zelenskyy Receives JFK Profile in Courage Award amid Russian Invasion: 'Doing the Impossible Every Day'
Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of late President John F. Kennedy said Zelenskyy had "inspired the world," making him one of the few international officials to be given the annual award
Hillary Clinton 'Can't Wait' to See What Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson Do After SNL Departures
"Congratulations to these two," Hillary Clinton wrote on Instagram after Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson bid farewell to Saturday Night Live
N.Y.C. Mayor Eric Adams Declares State of Emergency to Prevent Baby Formula Price Gouging
"The nationwide infant formula shortage has caused unimaginable pain and anxiety for families across New York — and we must act with urgency," Mayor Adams wrote in his executive order
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Jan. 6 Committee Wants to Question GOP Lawmaker Who Led People Through Capitol Before Attack
Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia said he welcomed a “constituent family” into parts of the Capitol complex on Jan. 5, 2021, but denied it was part of a “reconnaissance tour”
Robert McNamara's Son Craig Remembers Playing with JFK Jr. and Caroline Kennedy After JFK's Death
Craig McNamara remembers playing with the Kennedy children following President John F. Kennedy's assassination — and explains how he reckons with his own father's Vietnam War legacy
Oklahoma Legislature Passes Bill Banning Abortions from the Moment of 'Fertilization'

If signed into law, the bill would be the most restrictive ban yet, essentially outlawing all abortions in the state