In Steve King’s District, Iowans Begin to Question His Anti-Immigrant Views

Has an outspokenly anti-immigrant congressman finally gone too far, even for his loyal constituents? Their attitudes seem to be shifting. In Steve King’s District, Iowans Begin to Question His Anti-Immigrant Views In Steve King’s District, Iowans Begin to Question His Anti-Immigrant Views NY {$excerpt:n}

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Fame, Fortune and an Itch to Run for Office

Some with wealth and renown are finding that insufficient and, like President Trump, are contemplating the political life. Fame, Fortune and an Itch to Run for Office Fame, Fortune and an Itch to Run for Office NY {$excerpt:n}

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One Rationale for Voter ID Debunked, G.O.P. Has Another

After failing to find widespread voter fraud, Republican state lawmakers are calling for tighter restrictions on voting based on perception of tainted ballots. One Rationale for Voter ID Debunked, G.O.P. Has Another One Rationale for Voter ID Debunked, G.O.P. Has Another NY {$excerpt:n}

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A Long-Running Scandal and a Senate Pick Stir Corruption Questions in Alabama

When Gov. Robert J. Bentley appointed Luther Strange to the United States Senate, he picked a man overseeing an investigation into corruption in state government. A Long-Running Scandal and a Senate Pick Stir Corruption Questions in Alabama A Long-Running Scandal and a Senate Pick Stir Corruption Questions in Alabama NY {$excerpt:n}

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State G.O.P. Leaders Move Swiftly as Party Bickers in Congress

Republicans in Washington appear flummoxed by one-party rule, but rising party leaders in the states are quickly passing laws to further a conservative agenda. State G.O.P. Leaders Move Swiftly as Party Bickers in Congress State G.O.P. Leaders Move Swiftly as Party Bickers in Congress NY {$excerpt:n}

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