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The Defense Department has maintained its policy doesn't unequivocally ban transgender persons from service. Here's the policy — and what it means. [Read More]
In 2016, he argued that a rigged system hurts everyone. Now, he's injected the impact of racism. [Read More]
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Game show host-turned-conservative pundit Chuck Woolery appeared to rehash a nearly decade-old falsehood about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., racking up outsize bar tabs on taxpayer dollars while shuttling between Washington and California. Pelosi's air travel did make headlines recently — but not for the reason Woolery suggested. The House Speaker was planning to travel to Belgium, Egypt and Afghanistan on military aircraft, when President Donald Trump canceled her trip, requesting she remain in Washington to negotiate an end to the government shutdown. Woolery posted his tweet the same day Trump denied Pelosi the use of military aircraft. "Nancy... [Read More]
US Senate leadership has struck an agreement to vote on President Donald Trump's proposals to reopen the federal government. [Read More]
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The U.S. Senate has scheduled votes on Thursday on competing proposals by Republicans and Democrats that would reopen an array of federal agencies that have been partially shuttered since Dec. 22.}... [Read More]
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Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell introduced a bill to reopen the government Tuesday, saying Congress will vote on it Thursday. [Read More]
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Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire ex-mayor of New York and benefactor of Johns Hopkins University, says it's "ridiculous" that the institution doesn't have an armed police force. Bloomberg spoke to reporters after closed-door meetings at the State House in Annapolis with Democratic lawmakers. [Read More]
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Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire ex-mayor of New York and benefactor of Johns Hopkins University, says it's "ridiculous" that the institution doesn't have an armed police force. Bloomberg spoke to reporters after closed-door meetings at the State House in Annapolis with Democratic lawmakers. [Read More]
Illinois' senior senator says there's a glimmer of hope for the government shutdown to end. [Read More]
Three Santa Cruz attorneys are teaming up to form a new cannabis-centered law firm - aiming to help their clients navigate the maze of new state and local regulations and find th…... [Read More]
BISMARCK - Parking complaints are common at North Dakota's Capitol during the legislative session, but for Carel Two-Eagle it's more than an inconvenience. [Read More]
Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna of California is suggesting that President Trump and both houses of Congress appoint outside negotiators to come up with a plan to reopen the government. He joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" with details on that, plus his recent op-ed on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria and Afghanistan. [Read More]
SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Tuesday, Senator Mike Braun visited the ABC57 studio talk about the budget stalemate, the government shutdown and more.He told ABC57 he was in awe when he was sworn in as Indian... [Read More]
Brownwood City Council members approved an Order of General Election Tuesday, setting May 4 as the election date for council members in wards 2, 3 and 5. All three incumbents have filed for re-election, and challenger Walker Willey has also filed in Ward 5. The incumbents are: • Ward 2 — Ed McMillian • Wad 3 — Larry Mathis • Ward 5 — Jerry DeHay In other business Tuesday, council members: • Recognized the new assistant fire chief of the Brownwood Fire... [Read More]
Viewer Elsa D. emailed KHOU's verify team asking, "Is it true government workers lose medical insurance because premiums cannot be deducted if there is no pay?" [Read More]
news, sports, opinion, entertainment, business, lifestyle, milestones, obituaries and weather for Fargo, ND... [Read More]
The Chicago Fraternal Order of Police has endorsed Ald. Edward Burke for re-election despite the fact he faces a federal charge of attempted extortion, the embattled alderman says. [Read More]
A New Jersey congressman has asked for essential federal workers working without pay to be able to apply for unemployment benefits. [Read More]
The government shutdown, water wars and education were on the minds of over 200 District 10 constituents who packed into the Ceres Community Center on Saturday evening, eager to question new Congressman Josh Harder on the topics during his first town hall event. [Read More]
The Latest on reaction from a recent encounter between white teenagers, Native American marchers and a black religious sect outside the Lincoln Memorial. (all times local): 7:45 p.m. Press secretary …... [Read More]
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