Lawmaker wants to help Dreamers have a chance to work in Congress

A bill allowing Dreamers--people who are not U.S. citizens--to work as Capitol Hill staffers is working its way through Congress.


Twelve states and D.C. pledge electoral votes to presidential candidates with the most votes nationwide.



It’s that time of year when March Madness takes the country by storm.


There are over 59 million people enrolled in Medicare, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.


Student loan borrowers fear a repayment overhaul proposal could tighten purse strings


President brings bully pulpit, campaign stump to Ohio


Congress looking for private industry help with stopping senior scams


Secretary Mike Pompeo returns home to Kansas as farmers await China deal


Midwest lawmakers concerned vow to protect crop insurance after White House budget proposal


FDA proposes stricter rules on e-cigarette sales to restrict access to teens


VA to begin genetic testing in North Carolina


Senate rejects Trump border emergency as Republicans defect


Florida Sen. Rick Scott talks Hurricane Michael recovery, Gaetz Twitter controversy


Democrat Beto O'Rourke announces 2020 White House bid


Former Colorado lawmaker pushes energy alternatives for farmers


Iowan conservatives call for action on climate change and clean energy


South Carolinians lobby lawmakers for alternatives to Green New Deal


Trump says US will issue emergency order, ground Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9


Louisiana's senators mull over president's proposed budget


Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall invited to the White House for border drugs briefing


South Dakotans testify on Capitol Hill in high speed pursuit to expand broadband


South Dakota-based healthcare provider to offer genetic testing for veterans


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