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President Trump expected to sign new immigration executive order Wednesday

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A senior administration officials says Trump planned to sign the order last week, but it has been delayed until after he addresses Congress on Tuesday.Read more

Trump’s job approval stands at just 44 percent as partisan splits reign

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President Donald Trump's job approval rating stands at just 44 percent — a record low for a newly inaugurated commander-in-chief — and half of Americans say that his early challenges suggest unique and systemic problems with his administration, according to a new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal.Read more

Indiana's Aguilera excited over new DNC Chair Perez

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John Aguilera is a former State Representative and past chair of the Indiana Latino Democratic Caucus, and he's excited with his party's choice of its first Latino National Chair.Read more


Group gathers at Statehouse rallying to keep Affordable Care Act

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It has been a long-time promise from Republicans: repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.Read more

Ex-Labor Secretary Perez voted Dem chairman

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Mayor Pete Buttigeig of South Bend, Indiana, did not make it to the voting process, announcing during his nomination speech that he would be exiting the race.Read more

Bird's-eye-view: World's largest "Trump"

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If you fly in or out of Denver soon, you might spot what we're pretty sure is the state's largest political sign.Read more

Clooney uses Cesar award to warn about hate in age of Trump

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George Clooney used the stage at the 42nd Cesar awards, France's equivalent of the Oscars, to criticize U.S. President Donald Trump, without directly calling him out by name.Read more

'No anonymous sources,' Trump scolds - after WH uses them

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Reporters "shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name," he declared, just hours after members of his own staff held a press briefing and refused to allow their names to be used.Read more

The Statehouse goes to the dogs — and cats

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After a long day of making tough decisions, researching legislation and working with constituents, there’s always one creature happy to see a lawmaker — their pet.Read more

Trump to address CPAC Friday morning

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President Donald Trump will find a much more receptive crowd at the nation's largest gathering of conservative activists than when he first addressed the group six years ago.Read more

Minneapolis women line up for 'she persisted' tattoos

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So many women showed up at a Minneapolis tattoo parlor for a permanent reminder of female solidarity that it had to turn away some latecomers.Read more

Senate OKs legislative employees bringing guns to work

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Legislative employees could join lawmakers in carrying handguns in the Indiana Statehouse under a measure advanced by the Senate.Read more