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Building monuments is a contemporary phenomenon that many see as an extension of the nation’s debate about race.
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.
Watchdog group identifies more than 100 congressional earmarks in 2017 budget despite moratorium.
Limits on the amounts juries can award medical-malpractice victims may harm its chances in the Senate.
The value of stock in a multiple sclerosis drug company collapsed when company officials announced the drug failed during recent clinical trials.
Lawmakers in more than a dozen states have proposals to restore consumer protections.
New bill designed to close loopholes in law that is supposed to keep members from making stock trades on privileged information.