United States

  1. George H.W. Bush, the 41st U.S. president has died

    George H.W. Bush, the 41st U.S. president has died at age 94

    George Herbert Walker Bush, the president who managed the end of the Cold War and forged a global coalition to oust Iraqi forces from Kuwait, has died at age 94. In a political career that spanned three decades, he lost his bid for re-election and lived to see his son win the Oval Office.

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  1. Kyrsten Sinema makes history as first bisexual member of U.S. Senate

    Nearly one week after Election Day, Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema was declared the apparent winner of Arizona’s nail-biter of a Senate race. In addition to a win for Democrats, Sinema’s hard-fought victory also adds to the spoils of the so-called rainbow wave that ushered in a record number of LGBTQ political candidates this year.

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    Democrat Sinema wins Arizona Senate seat running as centrist