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Taking the stage to a background of thumping music, Mr Paul received standing ovations before, after and even during his address. Campaign buttons supporting Republican presidential candidate Sen....
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FBI headquarters in Washington. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post) The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed...
2015/04/18 20:30
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SACRAMENTO -- California's Constitution spells out the right to a free public education, and lawmakers have fortified that guarantee over the years by safeguarding students against discrimination and...
2015/04/18 18:28
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... female business owner who declared on Facebook earlier this week that women aren't fit to be President stood by her views Saturday, citing "hormones" and a "biblical background." Former...
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Louis Freeh Seeks End to Lawsuit in Oil Spill Claims Case WASHINGTON - JULY 16: Former FBI Director Louis Freeh testifies as National President of Fraternal Order of Police Chuck Canterbury (R) looks...
2015/04/18 12:22
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The debate across the country over whether police should wear body cameras has quickly evolved into a new and perhaps more difficult question: Who gets to see the video? Officials in more than a...
2015/04/18 08:19
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Attorney-general nominee Loretta Lynch’s confirmation hearing took place in January. The full Senate has yet to vote on the nomination. (Andrew Harnik/For The Washington Post) African American and...
2015/04/18 05:13
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The House of Representatives and Senate are currently considering nearly identical bills to strengthen the Freedom of Information Act, which provides the general public, including journalists, with...
2015/04/18 02:34
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The Vermont House gave preliminary approval Thursday to a Senate bill that would prohibit certain criminals and people with severe mental illness from possessing guns. The 79-60 roll call vote on...
2015/04/18 01:41
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HARTFORD — Top legislators are working to resurrect many of the 45 bills that died in the Judiciary Committee this week, the casualty of an email squabble between two legislators that brought the...
2015/04/18 01:28
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Emails leaked by WikiLeaks have revealed a growing shift by Hollywood movie moguls to support the Republican party after it took control of both Houses of Congress last year, a report says. The movie...
2015/04/17 22:34
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By Danielle Tudor For rape victims, does justice have an expiration date? On April 15, the Oregon Legislature voted on this very question. House Bill 2317 passed the House unanimously, calling for an...
2015/04/17 21:25
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A bill strengthening and modernizing Pennsylvania’s use of DNA technology to fight violent crime, sponsored by Senator Dominic Pileggi (R-9) made it out of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and is one...
2015/04/17 21:14
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... power to tax is perhaps most dangerous when it is used not to destroy but to protect." This week the Senate passed H.R. 2, a bill that changes the formula governing how Medicare pays physicians....
2015/04/17 20:06
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A freshman state lawmaker from Nashville was charged with drunken driving and violation of the implied consent law after a traffic stop early Friday morning. Nashville police...
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RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) - A Wyoming legislative committee is considering tightening the state law allowing law enforcement agencies to seize vehicles and other property they believe was used in drug...
2015/04/17 17:10
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An article on the front page of The Jeffersonian on Wednesday needs clarification to avoid any misperceptions. The article was headlined "Mother of Guernsey-co. teen killed in hit-and-run calls for...
2015/04/17 14:57
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A plan to make the Bible the official state book in Tennessee derailed Thursday when the Republican-controlled Senate sent the measure back to a committee, effectively killing it...
2015/04/17 13:19
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The DEA agents had all the fun, now their boss is paying the price. DEA administrator Michele Leonhart testifies before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform in a hearing on sexual...
2015/04/17 13:15
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AUGUSTA, Maine — A legislative committee voted 8-2 Thursday to reject a bill that attempted to codify the state and U.S. constitutions as the law of the land. Testimony supporting the bill suggested...
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