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Democratic candidates focus on climate change in town halls


Ben and Jerry add flavor to prison reform debate


DNC chairman effectively kills plans for virtual caucuses


Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says he's ending presidential bid


Farmers continue to support Trump despite trade uncertainty


Biden, Bullock take on Trump, guns at Iowa State Fair


Michigan engineer speaks at White House American workers event


Rep. Bergman votes against House condemnation of Trump tweets


House Appropriations bill signals support for the Soo Locks


Nebraska Senator seeks to ban dark patterns


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


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Oklahoma teen accused of threatening to shoot '400 people for fun'

Alexis Wilson was allegedly in possession of an AK-47 with six high-capacity magazines and several rounds of ammunition, along with a 12-gauge shotgun.

It's time for a flu shot, even if it doesn't work well, doctors say

There are already signs the U.S. may be in for a nasty flu season.

Ad blacklists cost LGBTQ news sites revenue, study says

LGBTQ news sites are being denied revenue because words like “lesbian” and “bisexual” are being banned by clumsy advertising “block lists,” a study found.

Cokie Roberts, renowned journalist with ABC News, dies at 75

She was "a true pioneer for women in journalism" who will be dearly missed, said the ABC News president.

Draining Arizona: Residents say corporate mega-farms are drying up their wells

Those who can afford to drill the deepest wells are the ones who get the water, while those who can’t are forced to abandon their property.