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Law Enforcement Seek to Reassure Immigrants of Their Safety
Law enforcement sought to reassure Somalis and other immigrants in Garden City of their safety the day after three men were accused of plotting to target Somalis in the western Kansas community
3 Militia Men Accused of Plotting to Bomb Somalis in Kansas
Three members of a Kansas militia group are accused of plotting to bomb an apartment complex that's home to Somali immigrants in the western Kansas meatpacking town of Garden City
3 Arrested in Alleged Bomb Plot Targeting Somalis in Kansas
Three members of a Kansas militia group have been charged with plotting to bomb an apartment complex that's home to Somali immigrants in the western Kansas meatpacking town of Garden City
The Latest: Kansas Doctor Says Some Locals Fear Refugees
A southwest Kansas doctor who works with Somali refugees says some local residents fear the refugees because they mistakenly associate them with a militant group in Somalia
Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Nuggets
The company received reports that "hard, white plastic" was found in some nuggets sold at Costco stores nationwide.
Battle Over 'Religious Freedom' Bills Heat Up in the South
The laws allow businesses and government workers to deny service to people who are LGBT if it violates their religious beliefs.
The Note: Keeping An Eye On The Court
NOTABLES --MEET THE MAN BEHIND THE SUPREME COURT SAME-SEX MARRIAGE CASE: Jim Obergefell's case will affect the marriage laws under which about 200 million Americans live, but the reason he sued his home state of Ohio was very personal: To make state bureaucracy recognize him as the widower of his
What Top Republicans Plan to Do With Their New Majority In Congress
The top brass of the Republican Party spent the last 48 hours plotting ways to twist President Obama’s arm while outlining the new majority agenda they intend to concentrate on come January, when the 114th Congress takes its place. A two-day, invitation-only conference hosted by the Wall Street
Bipartisan Agreement, at Least on Baseball and Hot Dogs
At least Congress can decide on two things: baseball and hot dogs. As partisan tensions mount and the August recess fast approaches, Washington lawmakers and their staffers took a break from politics to celebrate National Hot Dog Day. Sure, the border crisis remains unsolved, the...