Choose Your News
Loading...
Thumbnail
​Texas lawmakers said their plan will give educators with more than five years in the classroom a raise of about $4,000. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Lower courts had ordered Ohio and Michigan to redraw their district maps because they unfairly favored Republicans. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Groups on both sides of the political aisle are ramping up targeted messaging efforts about the significance of federal judicial nominees. [Read More]
Thumbnail
In 2008, a bipartisan mental health parity bill passed. So why are there still so many violations across states? [Read More]
Thumbnail
​The House was trying to pass the bill quickly using unanimous consent, meaning a single objection could stop it. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Students are skipping school to demand action on climate change. Newsy caught up with a 16-year-old activist who's leading the fight in Illinois. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Stanford University is working to right the story of Chinese railroad workers 150 years after the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Newsy commissioned a survey to get a more complete picture of people's views on abortion. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The success of alternative mobility options depends on the public having a good experience. [Read More]
​The Trump administration is invoking an obscure provision of the Arms Export Control Act to bypass congressional review. [Read More]
Theresa May's resignation as prime minister leaves the future of the U.K.'s exit from the European Union up for grabs. [Read More]
Earlier reports suggested much higher troop numbers, ranging from 5,000 to 10,000. [Read More]
A proposal from the Trump administration aims to roll back guidance that included gender identity in a rule prohibiting discrimination in health care. [Read More]
North Korea says it's unwilling to resume denuclearization talks with the U.S. unless it moves away from its demands for "unilateral disarmament." [Read More]
The Authorization for the Use of Military Force allows the president to use military force without approval from Congress. [Read More]
Media outlets report that the bank is separating itself from the pharmaceutical company in light of Purdue's alleged role in the opioid crisis. [Read More]
According to several reports, the deal was discussed in bankruptcy court Thursday. [Read More]
Gov. Mike Parson had already told reporters he supported the Missouri Stands with the Unborn Act. [Read More]
The House requested a preliminary injunction against the president's plan to use Defense Department funds to build a border wall. [Read More]
The president directed the heads of each agency to "promptly provide" information that's requested by Attorney General William Barr. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview