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Senate approves $855 billion spending bill that funds most of the government

WASHINGTON – The Senate Tuesday afternoon approved an $855 billion spending package that funds most of the government through Sep. 30, 2019. The measure passed 93-7. The legislation is expected to be the final “minibus” package Congress will consider this year. […]

Senate approves $855 billion spending bill that funds most of the government

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WASHINGTON – The Senate Tuesday afternoon approved an $855 billion spending package that funds most of the government through Sep. 30, 2019. The measure passed 93-7. The legislation is expected to be the final “minibus” package Congress will consider this year. […]

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House passes $146.5 billion spending bill that partially funds the government

WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives Thursday approved a $146.5 billion spending bill that partially funds the government. The measure passed 377-20. Two Democrats voted no as did 18 Republicans. The legislation

Ryan: No reason to dispute Hurricane Maria’s death toll in Puerto Rico

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan said he does not dispute the Puerto Rican government’s estimate that nearly 3,000 people were killed in a hurricane that ravaged the island last year. “I

Former Nixon White House counsel says Kavanaugh would expand the limits of executive power

WASHINGTON – The attorney who served as White House counsel to then-President Richard Nixon told a Senate panel Friday that President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, if

Financial analyst slams Trump proposal to abolish quarterly earnings reports

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s request that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) consider allowing publicly traded companies to forgo filing quarterly earnings reports with regulatory agencies is a

Former Democratic senator: Republicans likely to maintain control of the Senate

WASHINGTON – Former Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) said Republicans are likely to maintain control of the Senate following November’s midterm elections. “I think the odds favor the Republicans holding their

Trump floats possibility of changing reporting requirements for publicly traded companies

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to consider relaxing reporting requirements for publicly traded companies. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1030416679069777921 Under federal law publicly traded

Legal analysts: Omarosa unlikely to be charged for secret recording

WASHINGTON – Omarosa Manigualt-Newman is unlikely to face prosecution for having secretly recorded White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly in a secure area of the White House,

Ohio special congressional election is too close to call

WASHINGTON – The outcome of the special election contest for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District remains unclear more than 12 hours after polls have closed. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Republican

Will Tennessee determine which party controls the Senate next year?

WASHINGTON – Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R) is gearing up for what could become one of the most watched Senate races this year. “This is not a race about the past. This

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