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When the House and Senate return in September from the long summer recess, the legislative agenda will likely focus on the federal spending bills necessary to keep the government operating, leaving little time for other matters. That means limited attention will be paid to the approximately 100 bills that have
Voting legislation that Democrats and civil rights leaders say is vital to protecting democracy collapsed when two senators refused to join their own party in changing Senate rules to overcome a Republican filibuster after a raw, emotional debate.
After months of wrangling, the US Senate plans to vote this week on an ambitious Democratic bill on voting rights. The bill is already doomed. Senate rules require 60 votes to move most bills to final passage; this one has only 50 — all Democrats, opposed by all 50 Republicans.
Remember when the humans disagreed on who should run this place?
The UAE is set to celebrate the 52nd National Day on Dec.2. It is a great moment for all of us. I have been living here for almost 20 years and I am loving this country.
At a gleaming new metro station on the edge of Shenzhen, the local government is promoting "carbon coins" to commuters to earn and trade for shopping vouchers and travel cards in a push to get households to join China's fight against climate change.
A YouGov poll found that 57 per cent of the English people think that it is better to get back to the single market option of the European Union, despite the fact that it has as its prerequisite the free movement of people, which would mean greater immigration into Britain.