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Matthew Rice is the Washington Correspondent of The New York Sun.

Mr. Rice, based in the nation’s capital, covers current events in politics.

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McCarthy, After Being Ousted as Speaker in a GOP Revolt, Declares He Won’t Run Again for the Post

The House will not be able to conduct business until a new speaker is elected, and McCarthy quickly ended speculation that he would try again.

AP/J. Scott Applewhite

Hunter Biden Pleads Not Guilty to Gun Charges as He Presses Forward With ‘Invasion of Privacy’ Lawsuits Against His Critics

One defense attorney who recently represented a client who pleaded guilty to similar charges tells the Sun that it is unlikely the first son would face prison time given that he has no criminal record.

AP/Matt Rourke

Criminal Proceedings Against Hunter Biden Over Gun Purchase To Begin at Delaware as Impeachment Probe Zeroes In on His Business Partners

The impeachment inquiry is expected to hear public testimony next from Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski, who claims he personally witnessed President Biden getting involved in his son’s business deals with Communist China.

AP/Julio Cortez

Gaetz Says McCarthy Must Answer for ‘Secret Ukraine Deal’ Made With Biden or Face Ouster From Speakership

‘It is going to be difficult for my Republican colleagues to call President Biden “feeble” while he continues to take Speaker McCarthy’s lunch money in every negotiation,’ Gaetz says.

AP/J. Scott Applewhite, file

‘It’s Complete and Total Hypocrisy’: Republicans Make Their Corruption Case Against President Biden in Day One of Impeachment Hearings

‘Hunter Biden referred to access to his father as the keys to his family’s only asset,’ says Congresswoman Nancy Mace, adding ‘those words are going to come back and haunt Hunter Biden and his family forever.’

AP/Jacquelyn Martin

Hochul Swipes at Clarence Thomas as Supreme Court Weighs Challenge to Empire State Gun Law

Mrs. Hochul is hoping the court upholds firearms restrictions that she signed into law last year following a landmark decision from the high court.

AP/Hans Pennink
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