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    (CNN)On Wednesday, Kamala Harris became the 49th vice president of the United States, the first woman, first Black and first South Asian person to hold that office. Since Harris announced her presidential bid in early 2019, she was met with pushback and reservations from progressives in the country due to her law enforcement record. People on the right view her as leftist. Some on the left see her as not progressive enough. She is, on some levels, a work in progress and, no doubt, will fall short of some people's expectations. But as her biographer, I'm here to tell you there's much more to Kamala Harris than meets the eye. When she became California attorney general at the start of 2011, Kamala Harris made clear that she had big plans for herself. Harris announced that former US secretaries of state Warren Christopher and George Shultz would co-chair the...
    WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will deliver remarks to introduce his nominees to the Department of Justice in Wilmington on Thursday. They will announce the following nominees: Nominee for Attorney General, Judge Merrick Garland Nominee for Deputy Attorney General, Lisa Monaco Nominee Associate Attorney General, Vanita Gupta Nominee for Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division, Kristen Clarke The press conference will take place at 1:30 p.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly above. What: President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will introduce his nominees to the Department of Justice. When: Thursday, January 7, 2021 Time: 1:30 p.m. Online stream: Live in the player above and on your mobile and streaming device. Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates to this developing story.
    In Xavier Becerra, President-elect Joe Biden is getting a team player, savvy politician and competent manager — who excels at being in the right place at the right time. He’s also a truly nice guy who won’t be an administration troublemaker, but he can be tough in a fight. And he’s Washington-ready, not a naive outsider who needs D.C. training wheels. But, unlike many in politics, he’s not a media-seeking grandstander. The California attorney general is unquestionably a liberal, but not a far-left radical as some Senate Republicans allege. Becerra once said he supported “Medicare for All.” But what does that mean? Leftists who advocate for that don’t mean real Medicare, which is supplemented with private insurance. They want government-only medical coverage. Becerra has said he favors Biden’s more moderate, practical proposal to expand the Affordable Care Act — Obamacare — with a “public option” of government-funded insurance. That’s just...
    Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ sister participated in discussions with Democratic allies about getting her husband nominated for attorney general in the incoming Biden White House. According to a report in Politico, Maya Harris has allegedly worked behind the scenes to lobby for her husband, Tony West, to get the nomination for attorney general. West is the chief legal officer at Uber and former U.S. associate attorney general in the Obama administration. While West has been on the radar, his connections to the vice president-elect through marriage and his role at Uber – which has faced a host of legal problems – has also compromised his chances of getting the nod from Biden. BIDEN'S HHS FRONT-RUNNERS SAY GUN CONTROL IS A HEALTH ISSUE  Ben Crump, a civil rights attorney, endorsed West in an op-ed for USA Today. Crump represents the families of George Floyd, who died in police custody, and Breonna Taylor, who...
    Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ brother-in-law has been brought up as a potential nominee for U.S. attorney general in the forthcoming Biden administration, according to reports. Tony West, who is married to Harris’ sister Maya Harris, is an attorney who served in the Clinton administration and as associate attorney general in the Obama administration. He is currently Uber’s chief legal officer. Bren Crump, an attorney for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor’s families, endorsed West in an op-ed for USA Today.  “We need an unimpeachable attorney general who can repair the bonds of trust between the people and the DOJ, who has a proven track record of civil rights, who has worked with the business community yet is committed to applying justice fairly when they overreach, and who knows the pitfalls in the system for people of color,” Crump wrote. “In my view, there is no one more uniquely qualified for this role given this significant moment...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Time and again, we have shown you it is incredibly difficult to fire a police officer in the state of Illinois. As CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reported Tuesday, lawmakers have been looking to make it easier to decertify officers for misconduct. Right now in Illinois, it takes a felony or a serious misdemeanor for an officer to lose his or her certification. Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul said that bar is too high. Here’s an example – last year, the Civilian Office of Police Accountability ruled that CPD Officer Patrick Kelly shot his friend, Michael LaPorta, after a night of drinking in 2010 and lied about it for years. COPA recommended that Kelly be fired. Then-Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson later concurred. But since Officer Kelly was never charged with a crime, he is still on the force and still certified. “Let me be clear,”...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Bay Area native Kamala Harris made history on being voted in as the new Democratic Vice President-elect of the United States.The Oakland-born politician is the first female, first Black and first Asian American to hold this position when she will be inaugurated with President-elect Joe Biden on January 20, 2021.But before Kamala Harris ran for president of the United States in early 2019, then becoming Biden's running mate as vice president in August 2020, she held an impressive career in the Bay Area and in California.Back in 1990, she worked as a deputy district attorney in Alameda County.A decade later, in 2000, she worked for the Family and Children's Services Division in San Francisco focusing child abuse and neglect cases.RELATED: How to pronounce Kamala Harris' name and what it meansThree years later, in 2003, she ran for district attorney of San Francisco---and was elected in a...
            by Richard McCarty  In the vice presidential debate, Kamala Harris was lucky that Mike Pence chose not to attack her prosecutorial record except to note that, when Harris was the San Francisco district attorney, blacks were 19 times more likely to be charged with minor drug offenses than whites or Hispanics. Harris’s years spent as a prosecutor and state attorney general demonstrate that she lacks integrity and good judgment; consequently, she is unfit to serve as vice president, just one heartbeat from the presidency. As a law enforcement official, Harris focused on winning at any cost, even if that meant that innocent people would be incarcerated or denied compensation for wrongful convictions. The following are some notable examples of how Harris victimized the vulnerable. Harris’ office prosecuted Jamal Trulove for the murder of his friend. Trulove was convicted without any physical evidence and only one witness whose testimony...
    After Joe Biden chose Sen. Kamala Harris as his vice presidential nominee for the 2020 election, we revisited her public financial records to see how she made her money. We also expanded on our previous reporting to get a better understanding of her fundraising history. From her days as San Francisco district attorney and California attorney general to her first term as U.S. senator, Harris has been in campaign mode for the better part of 17 years. During her two terms as DA, she made between $145,000 and $263,000 a year, according to her tax returns. Part of the large swing can be attributed to the release of her first book, published as she geared up for her statewide race for attorney general. Her two attorney general campaigns raised about $8.8 million, according to California campaign finance records. In 2014, she won reelection as attorney general and married attorney Douglas Emhoff....
    Continuing a spiral, Senate Judiciary Democrats are calling on the Justice Department inspector general to – get this – investigate the John Durham investigation into the Robert Mueller FBI investigators. Democrat vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, D-Calif., is one of the Democrats on the committee seeking the latest political probe stemming from the Obama administrations investigation of the Trump campaign ties to Russias election meddling. "We write to request that you investigate whether U.S. Attorney John Durhams investigation complies with Department of Justice policies, including policies that protect criminal investigations from political influence," 10 Democrat senators wrote to Inspector General Michael Horowitz on Thursday. The letter levied three claims of potential violations by Attorney General William Barr or other Trump administration officials, including a Durham staffer who resigned, claiming the probe "was being pressed for political reasons." The other two points of contention for Democrats are AG Barrs statements about...
    AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Saturday that he’s appealing a judge’s decision to allow the Harris County clerk to send mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters in the county. Paxton is asking the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston to prevent Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins from sending applications to all 2.4 million Houston-area voters. A state judge ruled Friday that the county can proceed with its plan. Paxton argues that the plan violates the state constitution and Texas election law. “There has already been widespread confusion regarding who is and is not eligible to vote by mail during this election cycle,” Paxton’s office argues in the appeal. “Sending applications to millions of ineligible voters … will only exacerbate this situation.” Paxton has been outspoken against attempts by counties at urging voters to request mail-in ballots despite not following requirements, such as disabilities, due...
    Washington (CNN)Attorney General William Barr made a series of false and misleading claims in a contentious interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Wednesday.Barr also made additional claims that have not been proven or were lacking in context. Here are fact checks of some of his remarks. Russian interference in the 2020 electionBlitzer noted that the intelligence community's top elections official said that Russia is working to help President Donald Trump get elected, while both China and Iran prefer Democratic opponent Joe Biden to win. Blitzer asked Barr: "First of all, do you accept that Russia is once again interfering in the U.S. presidential election?"Barr said, "I accept that there is some preliminary activity that suggests that they might try again."Read MoreFacts First: The intelligence official, William R. Evanina, said that Russian interference is happening now, not that Russia "might" try to interfere. In an August statement, Evanina said, "We assess...
    Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit Monday against Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins for allegedly violating Texas election laws after Hollins refused to drop plans to send out applications for mail-in ballots to more than 2 million registered voters. Paxton is trying to stop Hollins from proactively sending out the ballot applications to every registered voter in the county, claiming Hollins isn’t legally allowed to do so, according to the lawsuit. “Election officials have a duty to reject mail-in ballot applications from voters who are not eligible to vote by mail. Unfortunately, instead of protecting the integrity of our democratic process, the Harris County Clerk decided to knowingly violate election laws by preparing to send over two million ballot applications to many Texans who do not qualify and have not requested to vote by mail,” said Paxton in an official statement. “This blatant violation of law undermines...
    Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) failed as California’s attorney general declined to investigate faulty advertising claims against one of the nation’s leading nutritional supplement companies, which also happened to be a client of her husband’s law firm. As California’s chief law enforcement officer between 2011 and 2017, Harris racked up a record as a tough on crime prosecutor. From cracking down on school truancy to opposing marijuana legalization—with more than 1900 people being prosecuted for possession of the drug under her tenure—Harris was California’s self-acknowledged “top cop.” That record, however, did not extend to clients of Venable LLP, the law firm where Harris’s husband, Douglas Emhoff, was a high-profile partner. Harris, in particular, failed on numerous occasions to investigate the nutritional supplement giant Herbalife. At the time, Herbalife was a high-profile client of Venable, paying the firm hundreds of thousands of dollars for its legal services every year. One such instance...
    Hailing her multi-racial, immigrant heritage—and celebrating generations of female leaders of color who came before her—Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for vice president on Tuesday night, making history as the first woman of color ever to formally join a major-party presidential ticket. Harris, who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination herself in 2019, is a nationally known political figure. But in a roughly 20-minute long speech, Harris effectively reintroduced herself to the nation as Joe Biden’s running mate, delving into her upbringing in California, her education at Howard University, and her work as a district attorney and state attorney general.  But for a candidate who was praised for her ability to, as she frequently put it, “prosecute the case” against President Donald Trump, Harris soon got down to the business of lacing into the incumbent’s record. She snuck in barely-veiled digs early—“I know a predator when...
    Years before Barack Obama urged voters to make Kamala Harris the first female the vice president at the 2020 Democratic National Convention, he took heat before praising her looks — and then apologizing for doing so. “You have to be careful to, first of all, say she is brilliant and she is dedicated and she is tough, and she is exactly what you’d want in anybody who is administering the law, and making sure that everybody is getting a fair shake,” the then-president said at an April 2013 fundraiser outside San Francisco about Harris, who was California attorney general. “She also happens to be, by far, the best looking attorney general in the country.” "It’s true! C’mon," Obama as the crowd laughed. The comments prompted allegations of sexism. Salon writer Joan Walsh wrote that her "stomach turned over" when she heard the comment. "Most women in...
    A group of women Attorneys General is throwing its support behind the presidential bid of former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, who served as California Attorney General from 2011 to 2017. The group includes 29 current and former Attorneys General from 24 states and U.S. territories. It's made up of all Democrats, including New York Attorney General Letitia James, Maine Gov. Janet Mills, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm and U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto. The group “takes particular pride that one of ‘ours’—a former distinguished state attorney general— has been tapped as the candidate for the second highest office in the land,” Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum said in a statement. Frankie Sue Del Papa, who served as Nevada Attorney General from 1991 to 2003, said the group’s decision to back the ticket stemmed from long-term relationships and familiarity with Harris' work. Attorneys General convene in...
    A group of women Attorneys General is throwing its support behind the presidential bid of former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, who served as California Attorney General from 2011 to 2017. The group includes 29 current and former Attorneys General from 24 states and U.S. territories. It’s made up of all Democrats, including New York Attorney General Letitia James, Maine Gov. Janet Mills, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm and U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto. The group “takes particular pride that one of ‘ours’—a former distinguished state attorney general— has been tapped as the candidate for the second highest office in the land,” Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum said in a statement. Frankie Sue Del Papa, who served as Nevada Attorney General from 1991 to 2003, said the group’s decision to back the ticket stemmed from long-term relationships and familiarity with Harris’ work. Attorneys General convene in...
    Senator Kamala Harris, a former presidential candidate, brings a history of votes and positions as she campaigns to become the first woman of color vice president.  Harris, a former prosecutor, has established a voting record as one of the most liberal members of the U.S. Senate, according to GovTrack, an independent nonpartisan website that tracks legislative records. Her record, already scrutinized when she ran for president, is sure to be under the microscope once again as she adds her name to the Democratic ticket.  Health careHarris was a co-sponsor of Senator Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All act. In January 2019, Harris said she wanted to eliminate private insurance. Later, she clarified that she wanted to get rid of the "waste" and "bureaucracy" in private insurance, but questions continued about her position on private health insurance. Harris has said she would be against any policy that would deny a person health...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpDemocrat calls on White House to withdraw ambassador to Belarus nominee TikTok collected data from mobile devices to track Android users: report Peterson wins Minnesota House primary in crucial swing district MORE and his daughter Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpUS should support Ngozi for WTO Director General   Trump administration awarding M in housing grants to human trafficking survivors Deutsche Bank launches investigation into longtime banker of Trump, Kushner MORE’s donations to Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisNAACP seeks to boost Black voter turnout in six states Biden touts Trump saying Harris would be 'fine choice' for VP pick Kamala Harris: The conventional (and predictable) pick all along MORE’s (D-Calif.) California Attorney General Campaign gained renewed attention after she was named former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenNAACP seeks to boost Black voter turnout in six states Biden touts Trump saying Harris would be 'fine choice' for VP pick Kamala...
    WASHINGTON - Kamala Harris, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's pick to be his running mate in November's election, has been a trailblazer all her life.    "My mother used to have a saying," the 55-year-old Harris is fond of recounting. "She would say to me 'You may be the first to do many things but make sure you're not the last.'"    Harris was the first black attorney general of California, the first woman to hold the post, and the first woman of South Asian heritage to be elected to the US Senate.  She is now seeking to become the first female vice president of the United States.    And with the 77-year-Biden expected to serve only a single term if elected, Harris would be favored to win the Democratic presidential nomination four years from now.  That could give her a shot at more history-making -- as the first female president of...
    As the campaign for President Donald Trump is quick to call newly selected vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris a "phony," records show the president and his daughter Ivanka donated thousands of dollars to the former California attorney generals re-election effort. California campaign donation records show Trump gave money to the 2011 and 2014 attorney general campaigns for Harris. Trump first donated $5,000 in September 2011 and $1,000 in February 2013. In June 2014, Ivanka, a White House senior advisor, donated $2,000 to the re-election campaign for Harris. On July 29, Trump called Harris "a fine choice" if presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden had chosen her as a running mate. "I think shed be a fine choice, Kamala Harris," Trump told White House reporters July 29. "Shed be a fine choice." Now that Harris spot as a confirmed vice presidential candidate has been confirmed, some in Trumps campaign have taken swipes at her...
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden announced Tuesday that he has picked Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate -- a move that will likely draw renewed scrutiny about her past as a prosecutor. Harris’ past as a public prosecutor both as district attorney in San Francisco and later attorney general of California before she became a senator were both a strength and a weakness for her in her presidential bid last year. KAMALA HARRIS ADMITS 'UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES' IN ANTI-TRUANCY LAW WHILE SHE WAS CALIFORNIA AG While her past as a prosecutor could help counter attacks from the Trump campaign that a Biden-Harris ticket is soft on crime, it could hurt her with a left of the party that has entertained calls to abolish, defund or overhaul police departments -- although the initial reaction from progressive standard bearers and groups was overwhelmingly positive. But an example of the kinds of attacks she may...
    President Donald Trump twice donated to presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris’s campaign for California attorney general, campaign finance records show. Trump donated $5,000 to Harris’s first campaign in 2011 and another $1,000 to her re-election campaign in 2013, according to California campaign finance records. Harris was elected as the state’s attorney general in 2010 and reelected in 2014, before running for an open California Senate seat in 2016. Harris was one of the last Democrats to receive a Trump donation, according to ABC News’ Jon Karl noted Tuesday. Trump largely stopped donating to Democrats in 2010, Karl noted. Interesting – @realDonaldTrump basically stopped donating to Democrats after 2010, but he donated a total of $6000 to @KamalaHarris in 2011 & 2013 (@IvankaTrump gave another $2000 in 2014). Almost all of his donations were to Republicans, but he was giving to @KamalaHarris — jonkarl (@jonkarl) August 11, 2020 ...
    (CNN)Here is a look at the life of Kamala Harris, a US senator from California and former presidential candidate.PersonalBirth date: October 20, 1964 Birth place: Oakland, California Birth name: Kamala Devi HarrisRead MoreFather: Donald Harris, an economics professorMother: Shyamala Gopalan Harris, a physician Marriage: Douglas Emhoff (2014-present) Education: Howard University, B.A. political science and economics, 1986; University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., 1989 Religion: BaptistOther FactsFirst African-American, first woman and first Asian-American to become attorney general of California. First South Asian-American attorney general in the nation. First Indian-American and second African-American woman to serve as a senator.First African-American woman to represent California in the Senate.She is the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants. Grew up attending a black Baptist church and a Hindu temple.Her name comes from the Sanskrit word meaning "lotus" flower.Timeline1990-1998 - Serves as deputy district attorney for Alameda County, California.1998 - Is named...
    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has named Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. She is the first black woman to serve in the role. Once a rival for the top job, the California senator of Indian-Jamaican heritage had long been considered the front-runner for the position. The former California attorney-general has been urging police reform amid anti-racism protests. Mr Biden will face President Donald Trump in the election on 3 November. Vice-President Mike Pence remains the Republican incumbent's running mate. Ms Harris, 55, seen as a rising star within the Democratic party, dropped out of the presidential race in December. She repeatedly clashed with Mr Biden during the primary election debates, most notably criticising his praise for the "civil" working relationship he had with former senators who favoured racial segregation. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHarris and Biden clash over his race record Who...
    Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has urged ex-girlfriend Sen. Kamala Harris to reject presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden if he asks her to be his running mate. In an op-ed published in the San Francisco Chronicle over the weekend, Brown advised his ex to “politely decline” Biden’s vice presidential offer, arguing that she should instead aim for U.S. attorney general. “Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected. That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it,” Brown wrote of the California Democrat, who is widely considered to be the frontrunner in the VP race. Brown, 86, argued that while being included on a presidential ticket “is obviously a huge honor…the glory would be short-lived.” “Historically, the vice presidency...
    The former mayor of San Francisco has advised Senator Kamala Harris to reject the role of Vice President if Joe Biden offers it to her. Writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, Willie Brown said that Senator Harris should instead aim for the role of attorney general. The former San Francisco mayor said that the role of vice president doesn't often open the doors to the job of president, but admitted that it would be an achievement if Harris were to become the first woman to ever hold the position. The former mayor of San Francisco has advised Senator Kamala Harris (pictured) to reject the role of Vice President if Joe Biden offers it to her Writing for the paper, Brown said: 'True, the vice president does have an advantage the next time the party needs a new nominee, which in Biden’s case could be four years from now.  'But...
    Madison Summers August 10, 2020 0 Comments Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) is receiving some advice from a former leader in the state she serves. As many are waiting to know who presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden chooses as his running mate, several names of potential contenders have circulated — including Harris. Instead of saying yes to the job if Biden asks her to be his vice presidential pick, former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown (D) is suggesting she “politely decline.” “Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected. That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it,” Brown wrote in a San Francisco Chronicle op-ed published Saturday. Brown, who was the mayor from 1996 to 2004, added, “Being picked...
    Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) has reportedly been jockeying to secure the vice presidential spot on Joe Biden’s ticket, but former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown says she shouldn’t take it if offered. Brown says Harris should “politely decline” and hold out for a better slot in the administration. In a San Francisco Chronicle op-ed headlined “Brown: Kamala Harris should say no to vice presidency,” Brown said Harris should ask to be made attorney general in a Biden administration. “Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected,” Brown wrote. “That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it.” “Historically, the vice presidency has often ended up being a dead end. For every George H.W. Bush, who ascended from the job to...
    Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has urged Sen. Kamala Harris to "politely decline" a spot on Joe Biden's ticket if the 2020 presumptive Democratic nominee chooses her as his running mate. In an op-ed headlined "Brown: Kamala Harris should say no to vice presidency" published by the San Francisco Chronicle on Saturday, Brown, who has openly discussed his past extramarital relationship with Harris, urged her to reject the vice presidency and request instead to be considered for the role of attorney general in a Biden administration. BEN SHAPIRO: BIDEN CHOICE OF RUNNING MATE BETWEEN SUSAN RICE, KAMALA HARRIS "Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected," Brown wrote. "That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it." Brown continued, "Historically, the vice presidency has often ended up being a...
    Meaghan Ellis July 28, 2020 0 Comments Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) shredded Attorney General William Barr for mentioning the late Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) during the opening remarks of his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. At the hearing on Tuesday, Barr opened by saying, “On behalf of the Department of Justice, I want to pay my respects to your colleague John Lewis, an indomitable champion of civil rights and the rule of law,” as he praised his “commitment to nonviolence.” In response to Barr’s remarks, the California lawmaker took to Twitter to blast the attorney general as she noted what Lewis advocated for during his time in office. For more than 40 years, Lewis fought for fair voting rights for minorities. Harris tweeted, “Bill Barr hasn’t lifted a finger as Attorney General to protect voting rights in America. He has no business speaking John Lewis’s name.” Bill Barr hasn’t lifted a finger as...
    Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisThe Hill's Campaign Report: Biden comes to Washington to honor John Lewis House passes bill establishing commission to study racial disparities affecting Black men, boys Harris on tense debate with Biden: 'That's politics' MORE (D-Calif.) blasted Attorney General William BarrBill BarrRead: Attorney General William Barr's written testimony to the House Judiciary Committee Barr expected to blast Democrats for efforts to 'discredit' him in upcoming hearing OVERNIGHT ENERGY: National Guardsman says removing protesters from Lafayette Square was an 'unprovoked escalation' | EPA watchdog kicks off probe after agency slashed fuel efficiency regs | Trump offers new FERC nominees MORE for invoking the late Rep. John LewisJohn LewisHillicon Valley: Google extending remote work policy through July 2021 | Intel community returns final Russia report to Senate committee after declassification | Study finds election officials vulnerable to cyberattacks Biden pays his respects to John Lewis at the Capitol The...
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