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In a major victory for the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court ruled on June 8 that Alabama discriminated against black voters when it drew seven congressional districts last year. The decision means that the state will have to redraw its congressional maps to include two majority black voting districts.

The House Oversight and Accountability Committee has canceled contempt of Congress proceedings against FBI Director Christopher Wray following the FBI’s release of an unclassified document to the entire committee.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed a 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution to curtail specific aspects of gun rights.

China’s communist regime is reportedly preparing to establish a spy base in Cuba while the United States seeks to send drones and real-time intelligence to Taiwan. One U.S. lawmaker has described the situation as a “new Cold War.”

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