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R. Kelly victim Jovante Cunningham speaks following Kelly’s 30-year prison sentence.
Following his sentencing, one of R Kelly's victims, Lizzette Martinez, says the singer made her a "sex slave."
U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of NY Breon Peace speaks after securing a 30-year prison sentence for R. Kelly.
Pennsylvania gov. candidate Josh Shapiro (D) goes after opponent Doug Mastriano (R) for supposedly defending “freedom.”
Gov. Polis (D-CO), 1st openly gay man to be elected governor, calls on “all 50 states” to protect same-sex marriage.
Joe Rogan: “I think Ron DeSantis would work as a good president ... What he’s done for Florida has been admirable.”
Texas AG Ken Paxton (R) says he would defend the anti-sodomy law that SCOTUS struck down in Lawrence v. Texas.
NY AG Letitia James announces charges against 10 companies that have sold “tens of thousands” of illegal ghost guns.