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Multi-agency operation helps locate, recover 78 missing minors in Southern New Mexico

"Increased risk factors contribute to a higher number of runaways which can become victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.…

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U.S. Government launches first business, community one-stop ransomware resource website

As part of the ongoing response, agencies across the U.S. government announced new resources and initiatives to protect American businesses…

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As federal eviction moratorium expires, tenants and rent advocates scramble to obtain state and local rental relief funds

With the federal moratorium on evictions ending Saturday and COVID-19 cases rising with the arrival of the highly contagious delta…

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Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee arrested for civil disobedience over voting rights bill

The Hart Senate Office Building is one of three buildings within the larger U.S. Capitol complex that houses the offices…

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Texas lawmakers to testify as U.S. House oversight committee plans hearing on Texas voting bill

Since arriving, they have conceded they don’t have the votes to keep the Republican majority in the Legislature from eventually…

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Republican governors rip Biden for policies hampering fossil fuel industry

A group of Republican governors criticized President Joe Biden’s energy policies in a statement Monday, arguing his actions have “punished…

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IRS overturns controversial ruling against Christian group

“You instruct individuals on issues that are prominent in political campaigns and instruct them on what the Bible says about…

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15 governors oppose Biden plan to ‘conserve’ 30% of all U.S. land and water by 2030

Biden’s plan would not only infringe on the private property rights of their residents but also significantly harm their economies...

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Texas Supreme Court rules Facebook can be held liable for sex traffickers who use its platform

Facebook has argued for over a decade that it’s immune from prosecution because of Section 230, a federal regulation that…

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61% of U.S. counties now ‘Second Amendment sanctuaries’

And while some state legislatures are not taking the same action, county officials have chosen to enact their own legislation...

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