Congress working more than average: Three days a week

BY SEAN MCMINN CQ-ROLL CALL/TNS WASHINGTON – Republicans may be uneasy about the lack of productivity so far this Congress, but it’s not for a lack...

A hidden population

Youth homelessness is on the rise BY TERESA WILTZ STATELINE.ORG WASHINGTON — They are the nation’s invisible homeless population, undercounted for years, hiding out in cars and...

LIFE-AND-DEATH DISPARITY

A new study concludes that in the US, an infant mortality gap costs the lives of about 4,000 Black babies each year. BY KAREN KAPLAN LOS...

Hollywood changes streets named after Confederate generals

BY ALEXANDRIA BORDAS MIAMI HERALD / TNS HOLLYWOOD – In a contentious meeting spanning three hours, the Hollywood (Florida) City Commission voted Monday night to begin...

Time to pay attention

What does North Korea’s missile launch mean? BY MATT STILES AND JONATHAN KAIMAN LOS ANGELES TIMES / TNS SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – Six months ago, North Korea’s...

Trump touts ‘great jobs numbers’ that aren’t so great

2017 is on track to produce the fewest net new jobs in seven years. BY JIM PUZZANGHERA LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Monday...

Immigration hard-liners try to force president’s hand on DACA program

BY JAMES BARRAGAN DALLAS MORNING NEWS/TNS AUSTIN, Texas — As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump promised to “immediately terminate” two Obama-era immigration programs that granted temporary...

‘OBAMACARE’ FIGHT CONTINUES

As Congress goes on recess, Republican senators get an earful from constituents, including a ‘die-in’ at Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s office. COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS WASHINGTON...

More questions about Trump’s travel ban

Supreme Court’s decision expected to spark concerns, lawsuits relating to a ‘bona fide relationship’ BY FRANCO ORDONEX MCCLATCHY DC/TNS WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to...

US anxiety levels climb fastest in the world

BY TIM JOHNSON MCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU /TNS WASHINGTON – Anxiety levels of Americans over matters such as war, terrorism, hacking and identity theft have spiked in...

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