Senators Announce Bipartisan Bill to Ban Lawmaker Stock Trading

A bipartisan group of senators announced a bill to prohibit members of the House and Senate from participating in stock trading.

New Hampshire Teacher Fired After Taking Student To Abortion Clinic During School Hours

A public school teacher in New Hampshire was fired after secretly taking a student to get an abortion during school hours, the state's Department of Education reported.

California Assemblywoman Calls for Golden Gate Bridge Protesters to Face Severe Consequences

A California lawmaker is calling the pro-Palestinian protests that took place on the Golden Gate Bridge earlier this week "unacceptable" and said the protesters who trapped drivers and first responders for hours need to be held accountable to "the fullest extent of the law."

House Democrats Signal Willingness to Help House Speaker Mike Johnson Keep Job Amid GOP Rebellion

Several House Democrats indicated they would be open to aiding House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., in retaining his leadership position if Republican rebels move...

Liberal Pastors Sign Declaration Against Christian Nationalism

A group of pastors gathered at Yale Divinity School's Center for Public Theology and Public Policy in New Haven, Connecticut, to sign a declaration opposing "religious nationalism."

California Lawmaker Aims to Ban Doritos And Hot Cheetos From Schools

Democratic California legislator Jesse Gabriel, who introduced a law banning the chemicals found in Skittles candy, is now pushing to ban certain food dyes in schools.

Texas Democrat Says Christian Nationalism is a ‘Betrayal of Jesus’

Texas state lawmaker James Talarico (D) accused Christian nationalists of betraying Jesus.

California Lawmaker Proposes Bill Expanding No-Payment Home Program for Illegal Immigrants

California lawmakers proposed legislation that would expand the state's no-payment home loan program for illegal immigrants.

Elon Musk Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

A Norwegian lawmaker has nominated Elon Musk for a Nobel Peace Prize, claiming the billionaire was a “stout proponent for free speech.”

Missouri University Asked to Pay Billions to Descendants of Slaves

Descendants of the enslaved Black people who built a university in Missouri are claiming that they were owed up to $74 billion in unpaid labor.

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