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The Latest: Hawaii GOP: Fukumoto should have given up seat
The leader of Hawaii's GOP says a Republican who's leaving the party should have resigned her statehouse seat and let the party choose her replacement
Nevada backs Equal Rights Amendment decades after deadline
Nevada has become the first state to approve the Equal Rights Amendment decades after the deadline to enshrine in the U.S. Constitution that women and men are equal under the law
Congressional Black Caucus says meeting with Trump was a 'positive first start'
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus went to the White House today for their first official meeting with President Donald Trump . The meeting, which comes five weeks after Trump asked a reporter at a press conference to help set up a discussion with the group, was organized primarily to
The Latest: Some Hawaii Democrats wary about party switch
Hawaii Democratic Party leader Tim Vandeveer says some Democrats are wary of a Republican who wants to join their ranks
More Palestinians in Jerusalem seek Israeli citizenship
More Palestinians in historically Arab east Jerusalem are applying for Israeli citizenship, in hopes of swapping their vulnerable status as mere city residents for the rights and ease of travel that come with an Israeli passport
Supreme Court nominee seeks distance from Trump administration, says attacks on federal judges 'disheartening'
Judge Neil Gorsuch sought to distance himself from the Trump administration and slam the president for his attacks against federal judges during his testimony before members of Congress on Tuesday, his second day of a Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Gorsuch said he was offended by language used
Jared Taylor: Whites Deserve a Homeland
Editor of American Renaissance, Jared Taylor sits down with ABC News' Amna Nawaz on "Uncomfortable" for a blunt discussion of race and racism in America.
The Latest: John Elway writes letter supporting Gorsuch
Of all the testimonials about Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, this is the one that counts in Colorado _ a letter of support from former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway
Judge Neil Gorsuch called on to represent all Americans in confirmation hearing
Judge Neil Gorsuch testified at his Supreme Court confirmation hearing that while he is acutely aware of his imperfections as a federal judge, he has spent his career presiding over cases with open-mindedness and tolerance for different opinions with respect to the rule of law. "Putting on a robe
Virginia is for felonies? Petty theft law from 1980s sticks
Stealing a $230 pair of eyeglasses would land you a misdemeanor conviction in most states, but shoplifting the same item in Virginia could make you a felon for life