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HOUSE CHAIRS DEMAND ANSWERS ON SANCTIONS RELIEF FOR RUSSIAN OLIGARCH
Lawmakers Call on Mnuchin to Delay Action Pending Congressional Briefing
By Curtis Hill
2014 Sargent Shriver Youth Warrior Against Poverty Leadership Awardee
WASHINGTON - A new Justice Department report issued Tuesday suggests that, since 9/11, 73 percent of terrorism convictions in the United States have involved individuals who were born in other countries. An expert on terrorism data, however, said that what is most alarming about the document is its math.
Black lawmakers may skip civil rights museum opening in protest of Trump
By Astead W. Herndon Globe Staff
In the wake of mounting reports that actors within the Russian government worked to compromise the 2016 President election, a group of Democratic House leaders recently announced a new task force that aims to ensure the health and security of the nation’s election systems.