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Congress exploring flying POW/MIA flag everyday


LaFave: Bill that would limit hours for boats is 'dead'


Rep. Bergman: 'Time we move past the division' following Mueller probe


Tentative agreement reached to avoid government shutdown


Exclusive with Ivanka Trump: White House says women are the key to global stability


Bergman returns to Washington, says money for border wall will reopen gov't


Challenge for Congress: Consider Kavanaugh, keep lights on


Women win primaries in record numbers, look to November


Schuette selects Lisa Posthumus Lyons as running mate


Trump willing to shut down government over border security


Cambensy Cleveland-Cliffs resolution wins house approval


GOP devotes $250M to midterm strategy: Keep House majority


Congresswoman Kaptur set to break record, becoming longest serving woman in U.S. House


White House: President planning optimistic, bipartisan speech


7 Marquette residents apply for city commission


Sara Cambensy, other state representatives backing OPEB bills


Congress continues progressing towards tax reform


UPDATE: Russia probe snags GOP, Democratic interests


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Tentative deal reached to end Stop & Shop strike

The three-year contract is still subject to a vote, but union leaders told more than 30,000 employees to go to back to work Monday morning.

Boeing defends Dreamliner plant against claim of shoddy production

Boeing called a New York Times report examining its South Carolina plant "offensive" and "distorted."

‘Slave Bible’ removed passages to instill obedience and uphold slavery

The “Slave Bible” on display at Washington’s Museum of the Bible has a mere 232 chapters, showing how whole chapters were removed to instill obedience, prevent rebellions and promote the horror of slavery.

When one parent faces deportation, families forced to fight to stay together

What happens when one parent is deported from the United States, but their spouse or child has the right to stay? NBC’s Ron Allen meets a family forced to move from Illinois, their longtime home, to Mexico in order to stay together.

California woman dragged under a train sparks state safety investigation

Horrifying video shows a woman being dragged underneath a San Francisco subway after her hand got caught in the closing doors. The incident comes as the system is in the midst of a $1 billion upgrade.