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Pat Roberts, who left the U.S. Senate only a few days before it was overrun by an insurrectionist mob, says he doesn’t believe President Donald Trump should be removed from office.

Washington, Oregon, more than two dozen Native American and Alaska Native tribes and cultural groups from the Northwest are suing the federal government to stop the sale of the National Archives building in Seattle, a plan that would force the relocation of millions of invaluable historical …

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U.S. senators Jerry Moran and Roger Marshall and others condemned the acts of rioting on Capitol Hill as Congress met Wednesday to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

Connecticut State Commissioner of Education Miguel Cardona speaks with Berlin High School students on Jan. 28 while on a tour of the school.

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A crowd gathered in Washington, D.C. Thursday evening to honor and dedicate a long-awaited memorial to America’s 34th president, Dwight D. Eisenhower, an Abilene native who also served as supreme commander of Allied Forces during World War II.

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As a doctor who is navigating the coronavirus pandemic as an elected official, state Sen. Barbara Bollier, D-Mission Hills, said helping people gain access to healthcare and supporting struggling rural hospitals is more important than ever.

The U.S. Senate this month moved forward with a bill that, if passed, will guide operations at the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, a federal animal disease lab under construction in Manhattan.

Kansas Task Force 1, a search and rescue team comprised of members of multiple Kansas agencies, returned home Sunday after about a week of helping with Hurricane Dorian response efforts along the East Coast.

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One of the U.S. State Department’s biggest challenges across the world is advocating for human rights, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, and in doing so, America must push for the unalienable rights upon which this country was founded.