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National Capital Area Council of Scouts said Friday it hasn’t heard from anyone who has opted to leave.
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National Park Service says it took a closer look at its budget to reduce unpaid days off for officers.
The GOP governor says he is not worried appearing alongside the president will hurt his stock with Republicans.
Twenty years after the first staging of “Angels in America,” gay Mormon characters are an increasingly familiar part of theater and literature.
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Women now compose a critical mass on the armed services committees, boosting their clout on the issue.
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