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Tucker Carlson is facing backlash after calling Harry Dunn — a Black officer who said he repeatedly got called the n-word while defending the Capitol on Jan. 6 — an "angry left-wing political activist" who "has very little in common with your average cop."
 
Harry Dunn's attorneys: "Our client ... fought against an insurrectionist violent crowd — no doubt many of them Carlson's supporters — to protect the lives of our elected officials."
 
"Frankly, the last thing Carlson wants is for the truth to emerge."
 
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John Thune says transit funding and broadband regulation are the two biggest issues holding up bipartisan deal.
 
Rob Portman suggests transit could be dropped from deal altogether, reflecting GOP frustration with Democrats' demands on the issue.
 
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Senate Democrats are considering including about $10 billion in their $3.5-trillion budget reconciliation package for border security — focused on infrastructure at legal entry points, two sources familiar with their plans tell Axios.
 
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"I think once the realization occurred that this virus is only killing primarily those people who had not been vaccinated, I think it was ... a bit of an epiphany for them."
 
Biden thanked Fox News and several Republicans for their recent pro-vaccine push.
 
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Lower winds and better weather helped crews using bulldozers and helicopters battle the nation’s largest wildfire in Oregon. But gusty winds have pushed a California wildfire into Nevada, prompting evacuations as blazes burn across the West.
 
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Puerto Rico could lose Medicaid funding in less than two months, putting at risk roughly 1.5 million people—nearly half the island's population—unless Congress acts quickly.
 
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Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya called on top U.S. officials to be "braver" and "stronger" in challenging Aleksandr Lukashenko's regime, during an interview with Axios.
 
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