Freedom Caucus considers booting Marjorie Taylor Greene as infighting comes to head: Report

Conservative firebrand Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has been named as one of the members of the House Freedom Caucus that could be on the chopping block, according to reports published Friday.

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Republican Ex-Gov. says his party's 2024 presidential contenders are Trump's 'enablers'

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Trump’s Former Attorney General Says Indictment Is His Own Fault

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Americans mark Juneteenth with parties, events, quiet reflection on end of slavery after Civil War

Americans across the country this weekend celebrated Juneteenth, marking the relatively new national holiday with cookouts, parades and other gatherings as they commemorated the end of slavery after