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Veteran's view: Cameron Albin did three tours in Iraq. He’s struggled with the memory of fallen comrades. For Memorial Day, he honors them.
Both parties want more veterans in Congress; three are seeking the presidency. Many we talked to spoke of a need for strong leadership and humility.
Lee Gelernt is the lead ACLU attorney on efforts to track down and reunite thousands of separated migrant families.
The 23 Democratic presidential candidates are seeing the downsides to a big field. Some passed on Senate bids where they might have had better shots.
Last fall’s Camp fire killed 85 people, razed almost 14,000 homes, and displaced more than 50,000 residents in and around Paradise.
Infrastructure is one of the few areas where congressional leaders can agree. So why hasn’t there been more progress?
An April CNN poll found that 69% of Democratic voters want Congress to start impeachment proceedings, though only 37% of Americans overall agree.
Debate over a U.N. resolution on sexual violence in warfare became an international battlefield in the U.S. fight over abortion.
President Trump recently has seemed out of step with his national security team, on both Venezuela and Iran. He had to step in to lower tensions.
Today’s antiabortion activists emphasize the well-being of the woman and the fetus – an approach that has smoothed the path to more restrictions.
Last fall Florida voters approved vote restoration for former felons. But under a bill formalizing the measure, not all those people can vote.
As ‘free college’ plans proliferate, more is being learned about what’s covered and what’s not. The bottom line, say students: Read the fine print.
Long-shot candidate Andrew Yang says a universal basic income is key to counterbalancing the millions of middle class jobs being lost to automation.
The China trade war reflects Trump’s long-held belief in tariffs. Depending on how it plays out, it could benefit him politically – or backfire.
The museum, which opens Thursday, shows how symbolism involving the Statue of Liberty has shifted over time.
The flurry of legislation in the states reflects an anticipation that Roe v Wade may be overturned. But that won’t be the end of the abortion wars.
Since announcing his candidacy, Joe Biden has skyrocketed in the polls – to the surprise of Washington pundits, but not New Hampshire voters.
Alabama is one step away from having the strictest abortion law in the country. Anti-abortion politicians and activists hope the addition of conservative justices to the Supreme Court could eventually overturn Roe v. Wade.
Many educators say textbook publishers are behind in providing useful climate change content. As cash-strapped schools seek trustworthy lesson plans, they're confronted by offerings from climate change doubters and the oil industry.
It’s easy to blame partisan politics for dysfunction on Capitol Hill. Cuts to staff and budget have hollowed out Congress’ capacity to do its work.
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