Simone Biles Makes History as the Youngest to Receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom

By Njera Perkins, Pop Sugar

Simone Biles continues to break records and make history. On July 7, the 25-year-old Olympian, along with 16 other honorees, received the esteemed Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor — making her the youngest person to ever do so, according to President Joe Biden. Continue reading Simone Biles Makes History as the Youngest to Receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom

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Biden’s pick for appeals court, Ketanji Brown Jackson, clears Senate hurdle despite GOP opposition

By John Fritze, USA TODAY

President Joe Biden’s nominee for a powerful appeals court who is also being watched as a potential future Supreme Court pick cleared a procedural hurdle Thursday in the Senate and is on track for confirmation as soon as next week. The Senate also confirmed Zahid Quraishi as the nation’s first Muslim federal judge. Continue reading Biden’s pick for appeals court, Ketanji Brown Jackson, clears Senate hurdle despite GOP opposition

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Meet Byron Donalds, Florida’s third-ever Black Republican in Congress

By EUGENE DANIELSKRYSTAL CAMPOS and MICHAEL CADENHEAD, Politico

Before Byron Donalds became a congressman, he worked in banking and insurance and was a Florida state representative. Growing up, he says he was an apolitical registered Democrat. But the party’s promises of individual liberty and conservatism made him want to be a Republican. Continue reading Meet Byron Donalds, Florida’s third-ever Black Republican in Congress

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