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Nothing was said publicly about a 2015 incident as Wesley Goodman campaigned for office. He resigned this week from the Ohio legislature over a sexual encounter in his office.
More than 1,000 former Capitol Hill aides have signed a letter urging mandatory anti-harassment training and reforms to the process of reporting misbehavior.
The recommendation came amid mounting reports of sexual harassment on Capitol Hill and elsewhere. “We can and should lead by example,” Ryan wrote to colleagues.
Officials say the FEMA trailers that were heavily criticized after Hurricane Katrina will be a last resort, despite urgent need.
Nelson Winbush proudly wears the Confederate flag on his hats, shirts and belt buckles. He was also the grand marshal for the local Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. parade.
Tributes to Confederate and Union troops in the same Florida park reflect an ongoing war over the monuments.
White supremacist groups strengthened as government agencies focused on Islamic extremism.
His announcement comes as cities around the country are considering similar removals.
The early effort to drive one of President Trump’s top agenda items is being financed by forces he decried in last year’s election.
Congressman confirms that doctors helped draft medical malpractice bill passed by the House.