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Senate holds Backpage execs in contempt after they skip hearing

By Gaye Clark
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Human Trafficking | The U.S. Senate voted unanimously last week to hold executives with the classified ad website Backpage.com in contempt after the company refused to comply…

Get your voice heard in Washington

By Evan Wilt
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Government | Want to be a more effective influencer in our nation’s capital? Pick up the phone.

White poverty and me

By Cal Thomas
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Poverty | In his continuing effort to pit races and classes against each other, Democratic presidential candidate and self-described socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders,

Getting Washington to work for you

By Evan Wilt
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Washington | Legislators offer practical tips and assistance for navigating the federal bureaucracy

Critics make last-ditch effort to stop education secretary’s nomination

By Melinda Taylor
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Education | If the U.S. Senate confirms John King this month as education secretary, as expected, it will be against the wishes of educators, parents, students, and…

Midday Roundup: Smugglers convicted in Syrian boy’s death at sea

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Justice for Aylan. A Turkish court sentenced two Syrian smugglers today to four years and two months each in prison over the death of 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi,

How to reform institutions

By Cal Thomas
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Government | As I begin the laborious process of doing my income taxes, I am again reminded—thanks to withholding and other payments that be made to the ravenous…

Trump’s big bet to pull the U.S. out of economic stagnation

By Jim Henry
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Campaign 2016 | The White House is celebrating seven years of policies that Democrats say saved the country from complete economic collapse. But Republicans in general and…

Obamacare exchange markets leave top insurers languishing

By Anna K. Poole
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Healthcare | America’s top health insurers are not doing well in the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) exchange market, leading some to question its long-term sustainability…

Indiana joins a Convention of States

By William McCleery
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Government | The state House votes to join a movement to limit the power of the federal government through amendments to the U.S. Constitution

Lawmakers clash over solution to child migrant debacle

By Evan Wilt
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Immigration | WASHINGTON—The deluge of unaccompanied minor immigrants crossing the southern border from Central America, many of whom federal agencies unwittingly placed…

Obamacare makes millionaires Medicaid-eligible

By Evan Wilt
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Healthcare | Current rules allow people worth more than $1 million to enroll in government-sponsored healthcare designed for the poor

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