Monday, February 18, 2019
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    Since McConnell announced Tuesday that he is planning a vote on the Green New Deal, divisions remain strong down party lines on the issue of climate change.

    Proponents of cockfighting say the ban is hurting the U.S. territory's economy and could drive the practice underground, where it will not be regulated. But animal-rights groups are applauding the new law.

    By Felecia Pohl WASHINGTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders said he wants to expand and extend Social Security benefits by raising taxes on people who earn...

    Rubio is encouraging other foreign governments to continue to put pressure on embattled President Nicolás Maduro to leave office.

    Some environmentalists speculate that a further push from the oil and gas industries in the Arctic region could drive polar bears to extinction.

    The March for Truth is a way to protest the lies being spread about the city and also to celebrate the city coming together to do so, according to volunteer Lyda Ness Garcia.

    Lawmakers grapple over the prospect of a second partial government shutdown.

    Trump's call for a border wall pleased supporters, but failed to sway Democrats.

    Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) outlined three new proposals on the committee’s agenda that would make higher education more accessible.

    Due to the limited personnel, the National Transportation Safety Board cannot investigate crashes and provide safety recommendations derived from such probes.