An under-the-radar fight between the Biden administration and an independent Afghanistan IG will soon be thrust into the spotlight.
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The House Jan. 6 committee will soon conclude its roughly 18-month investigation into the events surrounding the U.S. Capitol riot, leaving in the panel's wake a series of unresolved legal battles and questions about whether it succeeded in inflicting lasting political damage on former President Donald Trump.
The Republican National Committee has been unleashed from a decades-old prohibition against participating in election law litigation, and it is now vigorously joining court action across the country to defend new voting laws in GOP-run states.
Republicans lead Democrats by roughly 3.5 million votes when all 435 House elections are combined, in what analysts called a clear but not overwhelming signal of voters' preference for the GOP.
Getting rid of the "Commanders" and starting fresh with a new name for Washington's NFL team would be a smart move for any new owner, sports marketing experts say.