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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed legislation Monday to enact a permanent program giving free food to K-12 students from all economic backgrounds.
“There are 75% other Republicans there that are looking for a place to be,” the 2024 GOP presidential candidate said campaigning in New Hampshire.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) teamed up on a bill that suggests there could be a bipartisan response to recent bank failures.
Abortion rights groups won't even talk about Michael Delaney. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee won't weigh in, either.
The lifesaving nasal spray is expected to hit store shelves and online U.S. retailers by late summer -- though it's not clear how much it will cost.
Howard Schultz, whose personal fortune is estimated at $4.3 billion, told Sanders that calling him a "billionaire" was "unfair."
Moderate Republican Rep. Tony Gonzales said he will oppose a debt ceiling deal if House Speaker Kevin McCarthy brings a strict immigration bill to the floor.
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A bill would create a whole new crime — dubbed “abortion trafficking” — which aims to limit minors’ ability to travel for abortion care without parental consent.
Republican Bill Lee's wife had been due to dine with a Covenant School substitute teacher gunned down in the mass shooting.
Bradley Rein is also facing charges for motor vehicle homicide and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in connection with the Nov. 21 crash.
After migrants in northern Mexico placed mattresses against the bars of their detention cell and set them on fire, guards walked away.