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The GOP Crusade Against Obamacare Is Shifting To State Capitals
The campaign has come to Kansas and it won’t stop there.
Gillibrand Aide Resigned In Protest Over Allegedly Mishandled Sex Harassment Claims
"Your office chose to go against your public belief that women shouldn’t accept sexual harassment in any form," a former female staffer wrote to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) last summer.
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Former Trump Administration Official Will Serve As Analyst Rather Than Editor At CNN
Sarah Isgur Flores was the leading spokeswoman at the Justice Department under former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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Trump Administration Won't Say If Deported Parents Can Ever Reunite With Their Kids
The parents haven't seen their children in months and are hoping the U.S. government will let them back into the country.
Scott Gottlieb Resigns As FDA Commissioner
He is best known for his efforts to address teenage use of e-cigarettes.
Biden In 1974: Women Don't Have Sole Right To Say What Should Happen To Their Bodies
If the former vice president decides to run in 2020, he'll need to answer for his past policies on abortion.
Chuck Schumer Reaches Out To MJ Hegar Ahead Of Potential Texas Senate Bid
The Senate minority leader invited Hegar to meet with him, a source told HuffPost, though the person declined to comment on the record regarding the contents of the discussion.
Sacramento Police Officers Who Shot Unarmed Stephon Clark Won't Face Charges
By Donald Thompson, AP
The officers had said they thought Clark had a gun, but investigators found only a cellphone.
Amy Klobuchar Defends Her Record On Regulating Medical Devices
By Amy Forliti and Spencer Woodman, AP
Klobuchar has forcefully advocated for the medical device industry in ways that complicate her reputation as a consumer defender.
Fire Department's Twitter Post Burns People Who Park In Front Of Hydrants
The Anaheim Fire Department's post evoked a firestorm of responses.
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Supreme Court Appears Open To Keeping Memorial Cross On Public Land
By Jessica Gresko, AP
The nearly 100-year-old cross was built on public land in Maryland to honor fallen World War I soldiers.
House Committee Votes To Subpoena Trump Officials Over Family Separations
The subpoenas will be the first issued in the new Congress.
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26 GOP Ex-Lawmakers Urge Republicans To 'Honor Your Oath' Over Donald Trump Wall Emergency
The former GOP lawmakers have penned an open letter calling for the termination of the president's declaration.
Jon Stewart Blasts Congress' Inaction On 9/11 First Responders Bill: 'It's Bulls**t'
The comedian visited Capitol Hill to demand lawmakers pass funding for sick 9/11 first responders and their families.
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Cop Coup: Sheriffs Refuse To Enforce Washington Crackdown On Assault-Style Rifles
State Attorney General warns law enforcement officers not to highjack democracy.
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Urban Millennials Will Be So Hard To Find — For Census Workers In 2020
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“Mail? I feel like that’s a dead thing. And I don’t have a lot of people randomly knocking at my front door, so I would be a little weirded out.”
Florida Deputy Resigns After Video Shows Him Striking Handcuffed Teen
Lee County Sheriff's Deputy Blake Grossi resigned after the video of his alleged strike went viral.
Trump Admin Is Still Separating Children From Their Families
By Nomaan Merchant, AP
The Texas Civil Rights Project found that 272 families have been separated at a single Texas courthouse since June.
Supreme Court Unanimously Rules Constitutional Ban On High Fines Applies To States
By Mark Sherman, AP
The ruling could help efforts to rein in police seizure of property from criminal suspects.
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Virginia Wants To Ban Uranium Mining. The Supreme Court Will Decide If It Can.
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The case flips traditional views of federal and state power.
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‘SNL’: Chuck Schumer And Nancy Pelosi Relish Trump's Dealmaking Failure
The Senate minority leader and House speaker desperately tried to keep straight faces as the sought not to gloat.
Police Chief: Officer Lied In Affidavit Before Deadly Houston Drug Raid
By Juan A. Lozano, AP
Two residents were killed and four undercover officers were shot and wounded during a gun battle in the raid.
Tallahassee Yoga Shooting Suspect Fueled By A ‘Lifetime Of Misogynistic Attitudes’
Police found that Scott Beierle murdered two women and wounded five other people due to his general "hatred towards women."
Trump Not 'Thrilled' With Border Deal But Leaning Toward It
By Jill Colvin, Andrew Taylor, Alan Fram and Jonathan Lemire, AP
Lawmakers tentatively agreed Monday night to a deal that would provide nearly $1.4 billion for border barriers and keep the government funded for the rest of the fiscal year, which ends on Sept. 30.
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Susan Collins Defends Brett Kavanaugh's Abortion Vote
The senator said Kavanaugh took a “logical approach” when the Supreme Court justice voted to uphold an anti-abortion law in Louisiana.
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NASA Astronaut Mark Kelly Announces Run For McCain Senate Seat In Arizona
By Jonathan J. Cooper, AP
He rocketed to the national spotlight when his Congresswoman wife Gabrielle Giffords was shot in a failed assassination attempt.
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