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House committee approves bill that would prevent college athletes from being employees

WASHINGTON — A U.S. House committee on Thursday approved a bill that would prevent college athletes from being considered employees of a school, conference...

Why the giant, inflatable IUD that set DC abuzz could visit your town this year

A giant, inflatable IUD is going to travel across the country to help educate people about birth control this coming election season, after it...

After conviction, Trump questioned the New York statute of limitations. Here are the facts

Democrats and Republican lawmakers react to Trump's hush money verdictLawmakers are reacting to Donald Trump's conviction with thoughts ranging from respect for the jury's...

For gay and transgender people, these are the most (and least) welcoming states

US support for LGBTQ rights continues to grow, according to new surveySupport for LGBTQ rights is at an all-time high in the U.S. Here's...

Former President Donald Trump attends Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race

Trump's campaign plans to drill for oil and mass deport are at oddsDonald Trump has promised more drilling for oil and mass deportations on...

What other leaders have died in aircraft crashes? Iran’s Ebrahim Raisi only the latest

Watch: Iranians gather in prayer to mourn President RaisiA helicopter carrying the Iranian president, foreign minister and other officials crashed into a hillside. There...

Daily Briefing: The great debate

President Biden will meet with families involved in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education civil rights case. Biden and Trump will go to-to-toe...

Alaska lawmakers pass bill segregating sports teams by ‘sex at birth’

Biden calls House Speaker Mike Johnson 'thoroughly uninformed'President Joe Biden described House Speaker Mike Johnson as “thoroughly uninformed” after the latter claimed he had...

Oklahoma man facing 12 years in Turks & Caicos prison released on bond, banned from travel

Ryan Watson made bail a couple weeks after he was detained and arrested for ammo possession in Turks & Caicos. But he's not allowed...

Top Education Department official steps down amid crisis over college financial aid

Richard Cordray, the official in charge of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, will step down at the end of June,...

Arrests continue Saturday as pro-Palestinian protests embroil US colleges

USC joins Columbia and other schools in pro-Palestinian protestsAt the University of Southern California 93 arrests were made as students and community members held...

Congressman Garret Graves gives political roundup to bayou business leaders

Congressman Garret Graves met with business leaders of Terrebonne and Lafourche to give them an update from the Hill.Graves, R-LA, delivered a speech about...

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