Congressional Republicans told a top Justice official Thursday his department is wrong to fight state voter ID laws and that the government needs to do more to ensure people serving abroad in the military are able to vote.
Nothing is funnier than sex. In all the fretting over teens having babies and ranting against abortion, we forget about the night the bed broke, or the trouble we had pushing the dog off the couch, or even the laugh we had at age 11 when we stole our big sister's list of words for vagina. ("The Duchess"? Really?)
The agricultural industry in the United States could face a crisis if the country doesn't find a way to attract more legal farm workers from abroad soon. That's one of the conclusions reached Wednesday at a congressional hearing.
Steve King and I couldn't get connected in time to include his perspective in Tuesday's story about early basketball commitments, but we had a long chat Wednesday. King is uniquely qualified to speak on this subject. His son, Taylor, committed to UCLA shortly before starting ninth grade in 2003. Taylor's commitment didn't last; he ultimately signed with Duke and has since transferred to Villanova.
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It's official in Zimbabwe and Belize, but not in the United States. This country is a notable exception to the 51 nations in which English is an official language. But a new bill in Congress aims to change that.