Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman, a Republican, urged Congress to provide emergency funding to ensure the USPS’s survival.
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman, a Republican, urged Congress to provide emergency funding to ensure the USPS’s survival.read more
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers extended his stay at home order to May 26. The state’s congressional delegation is split on that decision.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers extended his stay at home order to May 26. The state’s congressional delegation is split on that decision.read more
A United Nations agency has successfully trained more than 1,800 African lawyers, prosecutors and judges to protect and uphold freedom of the press in courts across the African continent.
A United Nations agency has successfully trained more than 1,800 African lawyers, prosecutors and judges to protect and uphold freedom of the press in courts across the African continent.read more
Childhood obesity may increase if the US Department of Agriculture’s proposed changes to school meal standards become law, reversing progress made by the Obama administration, experts say.read more
Bernie Sanders’ presidency has some people worried. Four democratic party candidates – Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Mike Bloomberg, and Elizabeth Warren – have dropped out of the democratic race for president. Yet none of them have endorsed Bernie Sanders.read more
https://vimeo.com/397505899 WASHINGTON—A small group of community activists sang, spoke, and grieved together on Monday night near the busy intersection of 14th Street and Park Road in Columbia Heights, four days after the controversial execution of Nathaniel Woods....read more
This Week in Congress: Working to reunite families 70 years after the Korean War and four other things you should know
As Congress prepares to take a recess next week, they are scrambling to wrap up legislation among a growing concern over the coronavirus outbreak.
The North Carolina primary went ahead on Tuesday without voters required to show an ID to cast their ballot.
LAS VEGAS – As Nevada caucuses end, Indigenous communities across the state say only three Democratic campaigns have made substantial efforts to address the concerns of Native Americans. “I would like to see every candidate in 2020 put forward a comprehensive plan...
The press freedom in China is deteriorating, as China ranks 177th out of 180 countries and territories, according to the RSF World Press Freedom Ranking 2019.
North Carolina voters share their thoughts on which presidential candidate they voted for and why on in the North Carolina primary.
Despite endorsements, rallies and spending millions, Bloomberg fails to woo voters in North Carolina
As Bloomberg was falling flat with North Carolina voters, Biden surged in the state following his win Saturday in South Carolina. On Super Tuesday, Biden won North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas and four other states.
WASHINGTON — Tensions were high at the steps of the Supreme Court today with the court’s first hearing on abortion under the Trump administration.
The administration replaced Justice Anthony Kennedy, who was considered a swing vote, with Justice Brett Kavanaugh and nominated Justice Neil Gorsuch, shifting the court’s ideological composition more to the right.
“We have high hopes that the five pro-life justices will come down on the pro-life side,” said Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America.
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Bloomberg has dropped out the race to be the Democratic nominee for president after a poor performance on Super Tuesday. Bloomberg came in third in North Carolina despite massively outspending his opponents, but his volunteers said they would be willing to support Joe Biden going forward.
ARLINGTON, VA - Super Tuesday voters had to rethink their vote after two major candidates, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, dropped out of the race to endorse former Vice President Joe Biden. Moderate voters in this Southern State say that the...