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N.Y.C. Mayor Says Rudy Giuliani Should Be Investigated for Filing False Police Report After 'Slap' Incident
Earlier this week, Giuliani claimed he was "hit on the back as if a boulder hit me," describing the incident as akin to being shot
Kamala Harris Hosts LGBTQ+ Pride Event at VP Residence with Drag Race Legend Shangela
"I woke up today asking myself, 'Did that really just happen?'" Shangela said of being the first person in drag to attend an event at Number One Observatory Circle
Ginni Thomas' Lawyer Says She Is 'Willing to Appear' Before Jan. 6 Committee, but Has 'Serious Concerns'
The letter follows comments made by committee chair Bennie Thompson, who said earlier this month that the group had sent Thomas a letter asking her to testify
Former RNC Spokesman Tim Miller Recounts 'the Republican Road to Hell' in New Book: 'I Was a Dark Artist'
Tim Miller, a former Republican "hitman," tells PEOPLE about the shift in the party and why his former friends and colleagues stayed on the MAGA train
Life Goes On in Kyiv, Where Residents Are Resuming Normal Activities amid Ongoing Russian Threat
Alexander Nosachenko — a civilian sniper whose corporate job allowed him to help fund the Ukrainian capital's defenses — tells PEOPLE that even amid war, residents of Kyiv refuse to stay in hiding
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
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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
Supreme Court Rules That States Can Prosecute Non-Native Americans Who Commit Crimes on Tribal Land
"With today’s decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against legal precedent and the basic principles of congressional authority and Indian law," said Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr.
Aide Says Trump Lunged at Secret Service, Grabbed Steering Wheel in Attempt to Get to Capitol on Jan. 6

A former White House aide testified Tuesday that Trump had also at times thrown porcelain plates full of food at the wall in fits of anger