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Kentucky state Representative Dan Johnson, who was facing sexual assault accusations, died in a probable suicide, Bullitt County Coroner Dave Billings said.
Advocates fear content control from internet providers; opponents say the rules limit consumer choice.
Representatives from the $11 billion U.S. tax preparation industry said that the legislation so far seemed unlikely to render their services unnecessary.
The two chambers hope to pass a joint tax plan and send it to President Donald Trump's desk before Christmas.
Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore released a video message on YouTube in which he appeared to refuse to admit defeat and railed against "immorality" in the U.S.
Biden and McCain have been longtime political rivals, but also good friends on a personal basis.
In her final press conference, the Fed chair said she had only one job left undone.
The drop-off between customers who selected an Obamacare plan and those who paid for one was similar to last year.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon shared his views at the Axios Smarter Faster Revolution event.
Republicans advance a bill to repeal the Cardin-Lugar amendment, a bipartisan measure targeting corruption in resource-rich nations.
A top Massachusetts regulator bashed bitcoin, listing seven reasons the volatile cryptocurrency could be another "worthless product."
The balance of electoral mobilization has shifted in favor of Democrats.
Schumer said it would be "wrong" for Republicans to approve their tax bill before Alabama's Doug Jones gets seated.
Trump's presidency has been marked by an "utter lack of morality, ethics and simple humanity," USA Today's editorial board writes.
Jones' apparent win to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions' former seat will knock the GOP Senate majority down to 51-49.
Franken announced his plan to resign last week amid sexual misconduct accusations.
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