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Clinton IT Staffer Pleads Fifth 130 Times, Transcript Shows
Hillary Clinton 's former IT staffer, once responsible for maintaining her private computer server, refused to answer questions from lawyers about her email setup and invoked his Fifth Amendment right 130 times during a deposition this week, according to a transcript of the deposition. Bryan
The Latest: Kansas Lawmakers End Special Session on Schools
Kansas legislators have ended their special session after passing an education funding plan aimed at satisfying a court mandate and averting a threat that the state's public schools might shut down
Kansas GOP Lawmakers Advance Plan to Avert School Closings
Top Republicans advanced an education funding plan Thursday in the Kansas Legislature as the best way to satisfy a court mandate, pushing past doubts that it would avert a threatened shutdown of the state's public schools
The Latest: Plan Drops Aid for 141 Kansas School Districts
A spreadsheet from legislative researchers shows that nearly half of Kansas' 286 school districts would see less state aid under a Republican education funding plan
High Court Limits Drunk Driving Test Laws
The Supreme Court on Thursday placed new limits on state laws that make it a crime for motorists suspected of drunken driving to refuse alcohol tests
Rubio Changed His Mind, Will Run For Re-election; Co-Hosts Discuss
Mixed emotions about Marco Rubio deciding to run for office after denouncing gay marriage.
Co-Hosts Discuss Democratic Sit-In For Gun Control
Chaos erupts on House Floor amid desperate measures taken by Democrats demanding a vote on gun control.
Court: Milwaukee Can't Enforce Worker Residency Requirement
The Wisconsin Supreme Court says Milwaukee can no longer enforce a requirement that public workers live within city limits
Judge: Texas Prison's Water Violates 'Standards of Decency'
A group of prisoners alleging they have to drink arsenic-laden won a legal victory Tuesday after a federal judge ordered the Texas prison system to provide safe drinking water that doesn't violate "contemporary standards of decency"