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Wounded Warrior Project Regains Growth Veterans
Wounded Warrior Project Regains Growth

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — After a financial free fall, Wounded Warrior Project has steadied its operation and is back to seeing growth in donations for its mission to help those injured while serving after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. It’s... Read More

How Measles Detectives Work to Contain an Outbreak Health
How Measles Detectives Work to Contain an Outbreak

On any given day, more than 4,000 people pass through the library at California State University, Los Angeles. On April 11, one of them had measles. The building has only one entrance, which means that anyone who entered or exited... Read More

Drug Users Armed With Naloxone Double As Medics on Streets of San Francisco Health
Drug Users Armed With Naloxone Double As Medics on Streets of San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — The man was out of his wheelchair and lay flat on his back just off San Francisco’s Market Street, waiting for the hypodermic needle to pierce his skin and that familiar euphoric feeling to wash over him.... Read More

China’s Most Advanced Big Brother Experiment Is a Bureaucratic Mess China
China’s Most Advanced Big Brother Experiment Is a Bureaucratic Mess

BEIJING — The city of Suzhou, known as “the Venice of the East” for its web of intricate waterways, captured the imagination of Marco Polo when he journeyed through China more than seven centuries ago. Today it’s drawing attention for... Read More

Citizenship for Military Service? California Democrat Renews Bill to Let ‘Dreamers’ Enlist Immigration
Citizenship for Military Service? California Democrat Renews Bill to Let ‘Dreamers’ Enlist

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Josh Harder knows there’s little chance that a big immigration bill will pass in Congress this year. But so-called Dreamers — people who came to the country illegally as children — in his district want any... Read More

Senate Panel Approves Judge Over Objections by California Lawmakers Judiciary
Senate Panel Approves Judge Over Objections by California Lawmakers

WASHINGTON — The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday on party lines to support a controversial nominee to the California-based federal appeals court, overriding the objections of the state’s two senators. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Sen. Kamala Harris, both Democrats, argued... Read More

Congressional Leaders at Odds Over Pay Raise for Lawmakers Congress
Congressional Leaders at Odds Over Pay Raise for Lawmakers

WASHINGTON — Congressional leaders seem to be on a collision course over the issue of raising members’ pay, as the two majority leaders in the House and Senate are heading in opposite directions on the politically fraught issue. House Majority... Read More

Trump Energy Plan Faces Legal Blitz Over Weaker Emissions Standards Energy
Trump Energy Plan Faces Legal Blitz Over Weaker Emissions Standards

WASHINGTON — Blue states and green groups are gearing up to sue the Trump administration over its new carbon emissions rule finalized Wednesday, which critics say fails to address climate change and the public health risks associated with pollution from... Read More

Roy Moore Running Again for Senate in Alabama 2020 Elections
Roy Moore Running Again for Senate in Alabama

WASHINGTON — Roy Moore, who lost a 2017 special election following allegations of sexual misconduct, announced Thursday that he is once again making a run for the Senate. Moore joins a number of Republicans already vying for their party’s nomination... Read More

Schumer Pushes for Vote to Make Clear Trump Needs Congressional Approval for War With Iran Congress
Schumer Pushes for Vote to Make Clear Trump Needs Congressional Approval for War With Iran

WASHINGTON — Returning to Capitol Hill after a meeting at the White House about the shooting down of an American drone, Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer increased the pressure for a floor vote to make clear that authorization would... Read More

Supreme Court Says 40-Foot-Tall Cross on Public Land in Maryland Can Stay Supreme Court
Supreme Court Says 40-Foot-Tall Cross on Public Land in Maryland Can Stay
2019-06-21 12:47:32
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - A large, cross-shaped memorial to the dead of World War I that has stood in the grassy median of a local roadway for nearly a century, can stay right where it is, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday.... Read More

Trump, Canada's Trudeau Talk Trade and China at White House Meeting Trade
Trump, Canada's Trudeau Talk Trade and China at White House Meeting
2019-06-20 22:53:37
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the White House Thursday, to talk trade and their respective issues with China on a day otherwise dominated by concerns over an escalation in hostilities between the U.S.... Read More

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