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Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-N.M.) told TMN that Riordan was an incredible leader and advocate in the community.
The attorneys general from Colorado, Oklahoma and Louisiana have expressed support for the addition of a citizenship question in the 2020 Census.
By Celia Raney WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats on Wednesday are calling for embattled Environmental Protection Agency Chief Scott Pruitt to step down — or be forced out. “Mr....
The initiative aims to enlighten the next generation on Holocaust history and how its history can be applied to life today.
“If you really don’t want all your data and all your contact information to be constantly quantified, your best bet is to move out to Idaho, throw away your phone and never get connected to the internet again,” said Nick Solheim, 21, CEO of Solheim PR and Marketing.
Prince George’s County, Md., and two county residents are joining the NAACP as co-plaintiffs on the lawsuit.
In D.C., the message from students was clear: Get the guns out. Seren Sarkozy, 14, said that if politicians do not start listening to the people and restricting guns, they will lose their jobs.
If the new Republican bill is approved, the top-out age for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients will be lower than the retirement age, and in order to qualify applicants who are able-bodied must commit to some form of work — a permanent position, workforce training or volunteering.
By Makayla Grijalva WASHINGTON — Senators from the Intelligence Committee announced the conclusion of one section of their 2016 Russian hacking investigation and stressed the importance of...
The panel urged lawmakers to focus on allotting funds to hire more social workers and counselors to help students who are struggling.