15 States Say Unauthorized Immigrants Should Continue To Count For Seats In Congress

September 6, 2019 - 8:45pm EDT
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A judge is allowing New York and others to intervene in Alabama's lawsuit challenging the long-standing inclusion of unauthorized immigrants in census numbers used to divide up seats in Congress.

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The vice president-elect joins NPR to discuss the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the looming impeachment trial in the Senate and the massive rescue plan the president-elect just unveiled.

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Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz released a review Thursday confirming Trump administration officials knew its policy would separate children from their families at the Southwest border.

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The president elect on Thursday evening will outline his plan for coronavirus relief — one of the core issues he hopes to tackle in his first days of office.

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South Carolina's Harrison raised huge sums of money in his unsuccessful attempt to unseat Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.

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President-elect Joe Biden is set on Thursday to outline his plan for a coronavirus relief package that he wants Congress to act upon quickly after he takes office.

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The entertainers will be joined by a Georgia firefighter and a Jesuit priest at the Capitol ceremony.

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The decision by 10 GOP representatives to split from their party could mean political blowback with their state's Republican Party come the next election.

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Georgia was ground zero for misinformation and attacks on election integrity, led by President Trump and a number of top Republicans in Georgia and beyond.

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President Trump has been impeached for the second time. The charge is inciting an insurrection. The article will now make its way to the Senate, which will not reconvene until next week.