Graham isn't worried about letting Barr declassify intelligence information
Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham said Sunday he doesn't see any threat to national security in President Donald Trump's decision to allow Attorney General William Barr...
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Nassau County Conservatives back some Democrats
Two Democrats and an independent county legislator who caucuses with the party are running with the Conservative Party line for the first time in the November election.
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'Ghosted': GOP abandons female House hopeful despite talk of electing women
Before Leigh Brown ran for a vacant House seat in North Carolina earlier this year, she got plenty of encouragement from Republicans in Washington eager to grow the ranks of...
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Lawmaker's 'lonely ship' fills as support for cannabis grows
Elected as state representative for the 48th Assembly District, Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, has been "legislating through listening" to her 60,000 constituents since 2012...
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Owner wonders why his dog died
We are struggling with the loss of our dog last week. We adopted our 8-year-old pit bull a little more than a month ago. We were not sure of his history, but he was given a...
10 hours ago - Boston Herald
Democrat projection exposes their guilt in framing Trump
What we have here with the Democrats this weekend is a textbook case of psychological projection - they are accusing Donald Trump of every dirty, illegal trick they themselves...
15 hours ago - Boston Herald
The Latest: Trump tamps down expectations of US-Japan deal
TOKYO - The Latest on President Donald Trump's trip to Japan : 8:15 a.m. President Donald Trump is tamping down expectations that he'll make significant headway on trade talks...
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European Elections Will Test The Strength Populism: 'The Stakes Are High'
Elections to the European parliament are usually a ho-hum affair, but this year they're seen as a referendum on the EU itself. And in France - on President Emmanuel Macron and...
17 hours ago - NPR
Dems, Republicans Have Similar Take on Abortion Laws
A flood of laws banning abortions in Republican-run states has handed Democrats a political weapon heading into next year's elections, helping them paint the GOP as extreme and...
19 hours ago - Newser
Trump's allies insist he is winning in feud with Pelosi. Her backers say she showed up the president
Taking stock after days of insults, each side is certain of the upper hand in a fight that shows no sign of waning 18 months before the 2020 elections.
20 hours ago - The Washington Post
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Sanders: Trump, Kim Jong-Un ‘agree in their assessment of Biden
President Donald Trump isn't necessarily “siding with” North Korea's Kim Jong-Un, but the two are in agreement on former Vice President Joe Biden, White House press secretary...
Flood Of State Laws Banning Abortion Could Hand Democrats A Political Weapon
Alabama's abortion ban animated Democrats, but Trump and other Republicans seeking re-election have distanced themselves from it.
Judge temporarily blocks Mississippi 6-week abortion ban
JACKSON, Miss. - A federal judge is temporarily blocking a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves...
Trump Defies Congress And Invokes Emergency To Sell Arms To Saudis, Senators Say
Congressional opposition to military support for Saudi Arabia has been growing, and lawmakers have blocked about $2 billion in weapon sales.
Judge Blocks Trump Use Of Emergency Power To Build Border Barrier With...
Judge Haywood Gilliam in Northern California granted a preliminary injunction against moving $1 billion in Defense Department funds intended for anti-drug activities.
Supreme Court blocks gerrymandering rulings in Michigan and Ohio
The Supreme Court on Friday set aside two lower court rulings tossing out congressional maps in Michigan and Ohio, putting the process of redrawing district lines on hold while...
Citizenship and immigration services chief resigns
The Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services resigned from his post Friday at President Donald Trump's request, according to his resignation letter. Francis Cissna...
Federal Judge Blocks Mississippi Abortion Law
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves struck down a law that bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
Trump Administration Proposes Nixing Health Care Protections For Transgender...
The announcement comes just days after the Trump administration proposed removing homeless shelter protections for transgender people.
1 GOP Rep Is Keeping Millions In Disaster Relief From Americans Who Need It
Rep. Chip Roy of Texas stalled a bill that would give billions to areas recovering from hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes and wildfires.