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With voting completed in the first two of the “early four” states – Iowa and New Hampshire – the focus of the remaining Democratic candidates has shifted to Nevada, which will hold its caucuses Saturday.
A nonprofit representing two single mothers has filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit that is seeking to halt a program that would allow qualifying parents to receive public funds via Education Savings Accounts to send their children to a private school, rather than a public or charter school.
The Democratic Party will hold its ninth presidential primary debate on Wednesday in Las Vegas, Nevada, three days before the state’s presidential caucuses take place.
Nebraska football on Thursday announced several future non-conference games, including a new home-and-home series with a Big 12 opponent.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee is defending the launch of a school-voucher program after members of his own party who supported the bill have criticized its implementation because of higher-than-expected costs.
A mountain biker, logger, wilderness advocate, and dirt biker walked into Montana’s Capitol. It sounds like the start of a bad joke.
Oil produced on federal land leased by the U.S Department of Interior topped one billion barrels last year, the department said Wednesday.
Early voting for Tennessee's March 3 primary election for president started Wednesday and will last until Feb. 25.