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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Perspective

The Trump administration’s consideration of a wage freeze for federal employees is one piece of a renewed multifront Republican push to shrink those workers’ pay, benefits and workforce. That effort has been around for years, but it now has an intellectual champion in the White House, and I don’t mean President Trump. Confidential administration information […]

The freshman lawmaker is the seventh member of Congress felled by such accusations since October.

Andrea Ramsey was hoping to turn a Kansas district from red to blue. But decade-old allegations complicated her candidacy.

Jones, frequently said that Alabama could send a message by electing a Democrat who was willing to deal with anyone.

Kihuen is the latest in a series of lawmakers to face allegations of inappropriate conduct.

Shortly after President Trump announced he was shrinking two national monuments, Patagonia put a banner on its website declaring “The President Stole Your Land."

The office of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, for instance, has taken direct control of Freedom of Information Act requests concerning its national monuments review.

Moore said in a Dec. 13 Web video that late-counted ballots could change the results of the election.

Hours before Rep. Dan Johnson's body was found, he wrote on Facebook: “I cannot handle it any longer … BUT HEAVEN IS MY HOME.”

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The administration's proposals were leaked by a whistle blower.

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