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McConnell sets the stage for DACA debate to begin next week

WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has set the stage for the upper chamber to next week begin consideration of legislation protecting the more than 800,000 recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program from deportation. “The bill […]

McConnell sets the stage for DACA debate to begin next week

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WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has set the stage for the upper chamber to next week begin consideration of legislation protecting the more than 800,000 recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program from deportation. “The bill […]

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House votes to end overnight government shutdown, passes bipartisan budget bill

WASHINGTON- The House of Representatives early Friday morning voted to end a brief government shutdown following passage of a bipartisan budget bill that raises spending caps for two years

Could Las Vegas police have intervened to stop Paddock’s 600 seconds of terror?

LAS VEGAS — The night of Oct. 1, 2017, was not a case where slow methodical searches and movements were necessary by police and hotel security forces to ascertain

WWII-era jeeps sit idle at the 2018 WWII Historical Association's annual Battle of the Bulge Commemoration at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA. credit Anthony C. Hayes

Battle of the Bulge reenactment casualty causes stand down during popular event

Fort Indiantown Gap, PA: A mishap with a mortar last Friday, during a WWII battle simulation, landed a 22-year-old New Jersey man in the hospital – and caused the

Maryland lawsuits on opioids reminiscent of tobacco lawsuits

By hammadiqbaldar with Flickr Creative Commons License By Jo Martin For MarylandReporter.com Five Maryland counties, Baltimore City, and possibly the state, are suing manufacturers and distributors of addictive painkillers for their roles

Bill Briefs: Making divorce easier, repealing the crime of adultery, making youth marriages illegal and tracking veteran suicides

By Sean Whooley and Alex Mann Capital News Service The Maryland Senate on Thursday passed a bill by a 33-14 vote that would authorize a court to allow divorce on grounds

Larry Hogan faces cancer – again

Left, Gov. Larry Hogan as he looked at his inaugural celebration, Jan. 21, 2015. Center, the governor as he looked on Nov. 16, 2015, when he announced he was

Trump’s State of the Union Address, FEMA, Puerto Rico, What it Means to Be an American Citizen

Dear Editor, "In President Trump’s State of the Union address on the 30th of January, he made no mention of FEMA’s decision to pull food and water aid to the

House Intelligence Committee publishes memo alleging FISA abuse

WASHINGTON - The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Friday afternoon published a four-page secret memo alleging abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). Publication was preceded by a letter

Las Vegas police provided false information to judge about mass shooting

LAS VEGAS — The 300 pages of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department search warrants and the affidavits for probable cause relating to Stephen Paddock and the Oct. 1 Las

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