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Hold the applause for South Carolina. Here are four champions of justice who deserve praise.
A Senate bill to extend unemployment benefits is now in the House's court.
Senate Republicans’ failure to sufficiently support an extension to unemployment benefits reveals a continued callousness.
Debo Adegbile, a longtime civil rights lawyer and advocate, was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee to be head of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.
Black leaders condemn Senate Republican efforts to block President Obama's judiciary and other nominees.
Rep. Mel Watt needs additional votes to win confirmation to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's displayed some bizarre behavior this week, including his "filibuster" against Obamacare.
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The Texas House has approved new abortion limits in a second special session, less than two weeks after Senate Republicans failed to finish work on the bill amid a filibuster and raucous protests.
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