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A survey of national economists says more businesses now expect job reductions at their firms and to spend less on expansions for the first time since the pandemic. The January survey by the National Association for Business Economics is a sign that the Federal Reserve’s push to raise intere…

Women's marches demanding the protection of abortion rights drew thousands of people to the streets across the country on Sunday. The day marks the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision for abortion rights that was overturned by the court last June. The main march …

It's not an easy job corralling votes from House Republicans and trying to hold together a fractious majority well enough to pass party priorities. That task now falls to a former youth hockey coach from Minnesota, Rep. Tom Emmer. He just helped lead the GOP back to the majority as head of t…

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is tapping into a debate that's sharply divided Latinos with her decision to ban most state agencies from using the gender neutral term Latinx. Sanders this month signed an order banning the term by agencies. It was one of her first acts as governor. The …

Three active-duty Marines have been charged in the riot at the U.S. Capitol. Court records show that Micah Coomer, Joshua Abate and Dodge Dale Hellonen were arrested this week on misdemeanor charges after fellow Marines helped investigators i…