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In L.A. Mayor’s Race, Hollywood Is Divided in Two Camps: Team Bass and Team Caruso

Locked in a dead heat in recent polls, billionaire developer Rick Caruso and Congresswoman Karen Bass woo stars and moguls in the final stretch before the June 7 primary: “We need dramatic change.”

Biden Taps Karine Jean-Pierre as New White House Press Secretary

Jean-Pierre succeeds Jen Psaki, who is expected to land at MSNBC in the coming months.

President Biden Blasts “Radical” Roe v. Wade Draft, Warns Other Rights Threatened

Earlier Tuesday, Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed the authenticity of the leaked draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court is poised to overturn the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion nationwide.

Report: Supreme Court Draft Suggests Roe v. Wade Could Be Overturned

"If the court does overturn Roe, it will fall on our nation’s elected officials at all levels of government to protect a woman’s right to choose,” President Biden said on Tuesday. “And it will fall on voters to elect pro-choice officials this November. At the federal level, we will need more pro-choice Senators and a pro-choice majority in the House to adopt legislation that codifies Roe, which I will work to pass and sign into law."

Biden Roasts Trump, GOP and Himself at White House Correspondents’ Dinner

President Joe Biden referred to journalists as "the only group of Americans with a lower approval rating than I have."

Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson and More Stars Hit White House Correspondents’ Dinner Red Carpet

President Joe Biden was among the scheduled speakers at the annual event, hosted this year by Trevor Noah.

Kamala Harris Positive for COVID-19, President Biden Not “Close Contact”

The vice president, who tested positive on rapid and PCR tests, has "exhibited no symptoms."

French Leader Emmanuel Macron Wins Re-election According to Polling Agencies’ Projections

A second five-year term for Macron spares France and its allies the seismic upheaval of a wartime shift of power to Macron's populist challenger Marine Le Pen, who quickly acknowledged her defeat Sunday night but still appeared on course for a best-ever showing for her fiercely nationalist far-right policies.

Dr. Oz’s Senate Run Provides a Glimpse Into the Lucrative Economics of TV Talk Shows

A Senate disclosure form reveals Oz's nine-figure net worth, his complex compensation for hosting 'The Dr. Oz Show,' and just how much he was paid to guest-host 'Jeopardy!'

Ketanji Brown Jackson Confirmed as First Black Female U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Jackson, a 51-year-old appeals court judge with nine years of experience on the federal bench, was confirmed 53-47, mostly along party lines but with three Republican votes.

Radio Host and Former California Gubernatorial Candidate Larry Elder Exits Salem Media

The conservative radio host had been nationally syndicated through Salem since 2016.

‘Welcome to Chechnya’ Filmmaker David France on Putin’s Weaponization of Homophobia and Implications for LGBTQ Community in Ukraine

France, the director of the new 'How to Survive a Pandemic,' talks about the global implications of Russia's anti-queer policies.