At least 20 members of the House are registered to vote outside their districts
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Fortunately, the worst looks like it's going to hold off until at least Saturday evening.
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The Indians are averaging three hours and 22 minutes per game this season. So, in the time it takes you to read this article, you might miss two or three pitches.
Fewer indie films are opening in theaters, and filmmakers are fine with that
with screens getting smaller, choices getting wider audiences getting narrower, the notion of "big movie" has become exponentially more difficult to define.
Trump administration fails to put out promised cybersecurity report before 90-day deadline
President Trump’s first 90 days in office came and went Thursday without the White House unveiling a comprehensive cybersecurity plan as repeatedly promised, raising questions
Justice Department warns sanctuary cities to cooperate with immigration enforcement
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department on Friday fired an opening shot in the Trump administration’s crackdown on so-called sanctuary cities, sending letters to nine jurisdictions
Pa. donors gave more than $1.8 million for Trump inauguration
WASHINGTON — Pennsylvanians and companies based in the state gave nearly $1.8 million to pay for President Donald Trump’s inauguration, with those donations largely coming from
Vacation's over: Obama returns to public life next week
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Capitol Hill still trying to figure out departure of Rep. Jason Chaffetz
Capitol Hill is still trying to digest the biggest news of the week from the halls of Congress, as the decision of Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) to not run for re-election in 2018 –
Sessions has no regrets for Hawaii remark
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday he was not disrespecting Hawaii or a judge in the state when he said he was "amazed" that the official was able to block President Donald
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- Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president for 37 years, resigning, official says
- Mel Tillis, Country Music Hall of Famer, dies at 85
- After another apology, Bill O'Neill says those wishing to return his donations should refund him
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