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Fellow refugees say at least 140 Somalis have been settled in the United States after being blocked for days by President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries. … Click to Continue »
Agriculture in rural Indiana has been negatively impacted by residential and commercial sprawl. Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show that between 1982 and 2012, residential and commercial developments … Click to Continu...
Maryland shoppers are getting a break from the state's six percent sales tax on qualifying energy efficient appliances. From Saturday through Monday, shoppers can get the tax break on qualifying … Click to Continue »
Two years after being legalized by the state Legislature, medical marijuana is again being debated by lawmakers. The state Senate on Thursday approved a bill cutting the level of THC … Click to Continue »
Warren County wants state lawmakers to let the county place its jail outside the city limits of Vicksburg. Supervisors tell The Vicksburg Post (http://bit.ly/2lsP2Wu) they may ask for a bill … Click to Continue »
Louisiana's Medicaid expansion has reached a new milestone, with more than 400,000 people enrolled for health services through the government-financed program started in July. The Department of Health announced the … Click to Contin...
Gov. Chris Christie's plan for four-year $300 million renovation of New Jersey's statehouse has gotten underway. Treasurer Ford Scudder announced Friday that the governor's office and state department employees who … Click to Contin...
A by-the-numbers look at some of Donald Trump's early activity as president: —24: Executive orders and memoranda signed. That includes orders to withdraw the United States from Trans-Pacific trade deal, … Click to Continue »
In preparation for Ohio's new medical marijuana program, the state is looking to buy a system to track the marijuana from seeds and harvest to testing labs and dispensaries. The … Click to Continue »
A bill in the Ohio House would add killing a first responder or military member to the list of slayings eligible for the death penalty. The proposal from Rep. Dave … Click to Continue »
Gov. Mary Fallin's ambitious proposal to expand Oklahoma's sales tax to dozens of services to help balance the budget and raise teacher pay appears on life support just two weeks … Click to Continue »
An uncertain future awaits the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium after a dustup over the oversight authority's use of luxury suites culminated in the exit of two top officials. Minnesota Sports … Click to Continue »
In the timeline of politics, Ohio's next statewide election is just around the corner. For Republicans, that means working to avert a collision in 2018 among three high-profile gubernatorial hopefuls. … Click to Continue »
Albania's main opposition Democratic Party leader has vowed to continue protests demanding that the government resign and hand over to a caretaker cabinet to take the country to free and … Click to Continue »
The Massachusetts Senate is looking for ways to overhaul the state's criminal justice system. Some ideas being considered include eliminating minimum mandatory sentences, revamping the bail system, and hiking the … Click to Continue...
"I'm gonna ask you a favor, raise your hand if you had some family relation that has been impacted by drugs." Making the request is Al Hill, a longtime Hoonah … Click to Continue »
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told an audience including U.S. Vice President Mike Pence that she supports a "free, independent press" and that Germany has good experience with mutual respect … Click to Continue »
Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott is emphasizing the importance of Vermont-Quebec relations after his first visit to Quebec City as governor to meet Canadian leaders. At his weekly news conference … Click to Continue »
Kenyan police officials say they have arrested two Kenyans who were deported from Turkey on suspicion of training with the Islamic State organization in neighboring Syria. Philip Tuimur, the regional … Click to Continue »
An ambassador for the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce has been dismissed after posting on social media about illegal immigration. The Columbian reports (https://goo.gl/M7AgpA ) John Cozzi Jr. wrote on … Click to Continue »