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6 min ago | ThinkProgress

Philadelphia Police Will No Longer Hold Immigrants Without A Warrant

Philadelphia police will no longer detain immigrants unless the federal government shows up with a warrant, Mayor Michael Nutter announced Wednesday morning.


Related Topix: District of Columbia Government, Pennsylvania, US News, Liberal Political News

1 hr ago | Benzinga

NMI Holdings Approved to Write Mortgage Insurance in All 50 States, District of Columbia

NMI Holdings, Inc., the parent company of National Mortgage Insurance Corporation , announces today that National MI's application for an insurance license in Wyoming has been approved by the Wyoming Department of Insurance.


Related Topix: Home, Mortgage, Personal Finance, District of Columbia Government

5 hrs ago | The Village Voice

New York State's Long-Running War on Weed

A U.S. map that shows where pot is legal looks a lot like recent electoral college maps, except instead of blue, the liberal states are rendered in green: the entire West Coast , progressive mountain and Midwest states , all of New England, plus New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and Hawaii.


Related Topix: Illinois, Drugs, Marijuana, District of Columbia Government, New York Government, New York

6 hrs ago | ThinkProgress

The Uninsurance Rate Is Falling Faster In States That Have Embraced Obamacare

The states that have worked to implement Obamacare's key provisions have seen a greater drop in their uninsurance rates than the states that have resisted health reform, according to a new Gallup poll released on Wednesday.


Related Topix: District of Columbia Government, Healthcare Law, Law, Medicaid, Health, US News, Liberal Political News

7 hrs ago |

All District of Columbia city offices will be closed for Emancipation Day

All District of Columbia city offices will be closed for customer service today in honor of DC Emancipation Day.


9 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News

Only the tax man benefits from wage hike

Contrary to all the claims being made by the liberal socialist professors and pundits, the wage earner is the only loser in this minimum wage increase.


Related Topix: District of Columbia Government

Tue Apr 15, 2014

Washington Blade

The unfinished business of the mayor's race

The District of Columbia has now entered into an extraordinary period of political instability that threatens the positive direction of our city.


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giveaway: win a Nexus 5 and wireless charger courtesy of iOttie

The art of automotive zen begins with a clean and orderly interior and this week's giveaway is sure to help provide a more cable-free ride.


Related Topix: Gadgets


Man in videotaped protest inside Supreme Court pleads guilty

A protester who disrupted a Supreme Court proceeding in February, and whose shouts at the justices were secretly recorded on a video that was later posted online, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a misdemeanor offense.


RNC Sues IRS Over Document Request

The Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Internal Revenue Service, accusing the agency of failing to respond to a request for documents about the review of organizations seeking tax-exempt status.


Related Topix: Tax, George Bush

The Legal Challenge to Obamacare You Probably Haven't Heard of

A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., is debating a challenge to a provision of the Affordable Care Act that could completely destroy the law's stated goal of offering affordable health insurance coverage.


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Government, W.

CBS Local

Gov. Andrew Cuomo Signs National Popular Vote Bill

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation to enter New York in an interstate agreement to award its electoral votes to the presidential candidate who receives the majority of the popular vote.


Related Topix: Andrew Cuomo, US Governors

City Paper

Ousted Housing Finance Director Sues D.C. Over Credit Card Rules

High-living former District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency boss Harry Sewell is back.


New Hampshire Public Radio -

For Some Health Plans, Details On Abortion Coverage Still Elusive

Abortion coverage was a key sticking point during the congressional debate on the new health law.


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law


A Third of American Adults Battling Chronic Diseases Suffer Food Insecurity, but What Can We Do?

Food insecurity is a term being used to describe the fact that, according to studies, many Americans can't afford to pay for the good food or medications they require to stay healthy in the face of diseases such as "diabetes, asthma, arthritis, high blood pressure, stroke, a mental health problem, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease."


Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Nutrition, US News, Liberal Political News

Marshall County Tribune-Courier

EDITORIAL: Payroll equity vs. private enterprise

Let's put the debate about pay equity in perspective: It was in 1837 - 177 years ago - that a young woman in upstate New York named Susan B. Anthony made a public appeal for equal pay for women teachers.


Related Topix: Opinion

Daily Camera

Backlog on rape kits

All Natasha S. Alexenko wanted to do after she was raped at gunpoint by an unknown assailant in 1993 was take a shower.


Related Topix: Opinion

Mon Apr 14, 2014

The George Towner

Celebrate D.C. Emancipation Day on April 16

On April 16, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery in the District of Columbia.


Related Topix: District of Columbia Government, African-American, Pennsylvania, Howard University

WKRC-AM Cincinnati

Marriage Proponents Hail Judge's Ruling

Earlier this month, Federal Judge Timothy Black said he would issue a ruling ordering the State of Ohio to recognize same sex marriages from jurisdictions that legally authorize them.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Mike DeWine, US Senate, Republican, Gay/Lesbian

District Administration

Iowa schools struggle to pass federal standard

That's not to say students, teachers, administrators or school boards are any worse than they have been in past.


Related Topix: District of Columbia Government


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