Holly Bailey

national correspondent, The Washington Post

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Sutherland Springs mass shooting victims feel overlooked

Sutherland Springs mass shooting victims reached a $144 million settlement with the government. But they feel neglected compared to victims of other attacks.

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Panelists discuss the Georgia special grand jury’s preliminary report over the 2020 election probe, how the U.S.

Georgia grand jury finds perjury in 2020 election probe. Are criminal charges coming?

Panelists discuss the Georgia special grand jury’s preliminary report over the 2020 election probe, how the U.S.

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The annual Iowa State Fair is known as the unofficial start to campaign season.

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