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HEADLINES: Catch Up On the Rest of the News

Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.

THE HEADLINES

DOJ WINS APPEAL ON TRUMP DOCS: A federal appeals court panel of three judges granted the Department of Justice’s request to be allowed to continue reviewing documents seized from former president Donald Trump’s residence yesterday, reversing a lower court decision that blocked the review while a special master screens the documents for privileged information. Read more.

ELECTORAL COUNT ACT PASSES: In a bid to prevent future challenges to presidential election outcomes like those mounted by former President Trump, the House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday overhauling the process for tallying electoral results. The vote largely split among party lines. Read more.

BIDEN ADMIN IRKED BY BORDER COVERAGE: Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin’s border crisis reporting has annoyed the White House, Politico reported Tuesday, citing unnamed administration officials who condemned the reports as partisan and alarmist. Read more.

UPDATE ON DEADLY POLITICAL ARGUMENT: Shannon Brandt, the 41-year-old North Dakota man accused of killing 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson after an argument over politics, was released on bail after posting a $50,000 bond yesterday. Brandt told police he hit the teen with his car because he believed Ellingson was a member of a Republican extremist group and was threatening him. Read more.

SOYLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE!: A new California law allows residents to compost their bodies after they die. Washington became the first state to legalize the environmentally friendly practice in 2019, with Colorado, Oregon and Vermont following not long after. Read more.

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