Politics

Politics

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By Andrew Wolfson A family court judge who sits in Barren and Metcalfe counties has announced he will no longer hear adoption cases involving “homosexual parties”...

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By Jeffrey Mervis The Department of Energy (DOE) has stopped processing the paperwork on tens of millions of dollars in research that its Advanced Research...

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By Carolyn Gramling President Donald Trump signed an executive order yesterday calling on the Department of the Interior (DOI) to review “all Presidential designations or...

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By Hemant Mehta While San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor sticks her fingers in her ears and refuses to apologize for saying poverty is caused by...

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By Warren Cornwall A surge in innovation tied to low-carbon energy technologies is showing signs of tapering off in the U.S., at a time when...

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By Kimberly Winston Humanist? Deist? No religion? No problem. The Department of Defense announced a near doubling of its list of recognized religions. It will now formally...

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By Nigel Duara The coroner’s van pulled into the driveway sometime after midnight, and for a moment — her dead daughter in her arms — LaTisha...

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By Michael Harriot While advocates of civil liberties decry a powerful Alabama politician’s effort to push through a bill that would give a lily-white suburban church...

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By Maddie Stone WASHINGTON, D.C.—The first time Philip Stoddard, a professor of biology at Florida International University, ran for mayor of South Miami, he admits...

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By Sara Reardon, Nicky Phillips, Alison Abbott, Barbara Casassus, Ewen Callaway, Alexandra Witze, Corie Lok & Emiliano Rodriguez Mega Tens of thousands of people will gather...