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The hard drive and documents from Senate Republicans indicate few of Biden’s deals ever came to fruition and shed light on how fast he was spending his money.
Top defense official says government received about 400 reports of UFOs since release of report last year.
A tornado struck Northern Michigan Friday afternoon, injuring multiply people and damaging homes and businesses, authorities say.
A second person in the U.S. has tested positive for monkeypox, days after the country’s first case was identified in Massachusetts, officials say.
Michigan’s top election official says she was told President Trump had suggested in a WH meeting that she be arrested for treason and executed after she refused to overturn 2020 presidential election results.
WATCH: Emma Gonzalez names the murdered Parkland victims and observes several minutes of silence in a 6-minute, 20-second speech that covered the same time it took the gunman to kill 17 people in her high school: "Fight for your lives before it's someone else's job."
WATCH: Former President Carter, the oldest living former president in US history, helps lead a build of Habitat for Humanity homes in Nashville one day after falling at his home and receiving stitches above his eye.
Stephon Clark family attorney Ben Crump: Florida shooting suspect "was not shot once. But a young black man holding a cellphone is shot 20 times. Young man who was bombing homes in Austin ... He wasn't shot once. But an unarmed black man holding a cellphone is shot 20 times."
Student speaks in front of the U.S. Capitol on #NationalWalkoutDay : “Their right to own an assault rifle does not outweigh our right to live. The adults have failed us. This is in our hands now, and if any elected official gets in our way, we will vote them out.”
First Lady Dr. Jill Biden visits National Guard troops stationed outside the US Capitol in DC: "I just wanted to come today to say thank you to all of you for keeping me and my family safe ... The White House baked you some chocolate chip cookies."
NEW: A school administrator in Southlake, Texas, advised teachers last week that if they have a book about the Holocaust in their classroom, they should also have a book with an "opposing" perspective. Listen to the audio recording obtained by @NBCNews :