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A Castro Legacy: Cuban-Americans' Hefty Clout in US Politics
Cuban-Americans carry hefty political clout in the United States _ they vote in greater percentages than any other Latinos; that and other factors are largely part of the Fidel Castro legacy
Senators Ask Labor Department to Investigate Wells Fargo Over Accounts Scandal
A group of Senate Democrats have asked the U.S. Department of Labor to open an investigation into whether Wells Fargo violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The letter follows a hearing on Capitol Hill this week that saw bank CEO John Stumpf face blistering questions from senators over a
NY, NJ Bombings Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder of Cops
Ahmad Khan Rahami, earlier named a person of interest in the weekend explosions in New York City and New Jersey, has been charged with five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. He is also charged with second-degree unlawful possession of a weapon and second-degree possession of
New Jersey Senator: Incidents 'Clearly an Act of Terrorism'
New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez called the incidents "clearly an act of terrorism."
TSA Announces New Plan to Ease Security Lines at Newark Airport
If you'd lose. Recently you probably suffered through those long lines at security will tonight relief announce for Newark Airport a plan in place to help get to through security after the summer. Eyewitness News reporter Charlene Alec Koch is at Newark Shirley. Saturday it is just outrageous air
How Roger Goodell and Cynthia Hogan are turning the NFL into a political machine
CYNTHIA HOGAN, THE NFL's top lobbyist, stuck to her game plan, even as a high-level aide to a U.S. congressman grilled her. They sat facing each other in the congressman's Capitol Hill office, Hogan flanked by two contract lobbyists from blue-chip firms, the staffer by a colleague of his own. They
Biggest issues for daily fantasy after New York rulings
Hours after New York Supreme Court Justice Manuel J. Mendez granted Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's request for a preliminary injunction in a dense 12-page ruling released Friday morning, a state appeals court stopped it , according to multiple reports. The decision by the appeals court --
Kerry Pushes Back Against Critics of Iran Deal
Secretary of State John Kerry faces tough questioning about the Iran deal from members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
1. Sen. Bob Menendez Says Iran's Optimism on Nuclear Deal Makes Him 'Anxious' With signs of progress toward a nuclear agreement with Iran, Sen. Robert Menendez said today that comments by one of Iran's vice presidents about the deal make him "anxious." Iranian Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar told
Sen . Bob Menendez Says Iran’s Optimism on Nuclear Deal Makes Him ‘Anxious’
With signs of progress toward a nuclear agreement with Iran , Sen. Robert Menendez said today that comments by one of Iran's vice presidents about the deal make him "anxious." Iranian Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar told ABC News' Martha Raddatz she is optimistic about the terms of a potential