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Civil servants can refuse to comply, judges can issue injunctions and members of Congress can decline to help.
At a gathering in Baltimore, church leaders struggled with navigating the course set by Pope Francis.
The 2012 Republican nominee delivered a series of kicks to the man who bested him two years ago.
“This is not your mother’s, or your grandmother’s, peacekeeping,” says U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power.
Gov. Rick Snyder and his Democratic challenger, Mark Schauer, both appeal to voters as ‘normal’ guys.
Two youths who left Honduras to escape gangs anxiously await the asylum ruling of a judge in Indiana.
While many Democrats are steering clear, it was nothing but love as he sought to boost turnout in Michigan.
Advocates criticize the Obama administration for its handling of an influx of minors from Central America.
The Susan B. Anthony List is experimenting with Republican Joni Ernst in a tight Senate race.
During a House committee hearing, GOP members called for stronger national action.