U.S. Supreme Court to hear case involving a Sioux Falls newspaper

Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a Freedom of Information Act case involving the Argus Leader, a newspaper based in Sioux Falls, SD.


A Georgia lawmaker wants to see more drug testing of unemployment applicants. He says it’s about protecting US taxpayers and treating drug abuse. Washington Correspondent Alana Austin reports on his push, and the backlash from others who say this is a bad idea.



Thirteen-year-old Jaxson Jordan accepted the award Thursday night in Arlington, VA.


A bill sponsored by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) would make the POW-MIA flag fly over certain federal buildings everyday.


University of Kentucky awarded $90 million to battle opioid crisis


After staring down death, a veteran from Colorado Springs finds life in the Wounded Warrior Project


White House hosts 'opportunity zones' economic development session


Alaska senators set on King Cove road despite federal ruling


Can tax break for the wealthy save struggling communities?


2020 Democratic candidate John Delaney makes his presidential pitch


Oklahoma Navy veteran in awe of honor flight trip to nation's capital


Sen. Cory Booker aims for the White House


Buttigieg formally announces candidacy for president


Virginia veterans travel to nation’s capital for honor flight


Rep. Dave Loebsack (D-IA) announces he will retire after current term


As the number of gig workers grow, experts say the tax code is outdated


House Democrats hoping for bipartisan infrastructure deal after meeting in Virginia


Lawmakers, consumer advocates push to block pesky ‘robocalls’


Sudan's military overthrows president amid bloody protests


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange charged with computer hacking


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