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Democratic & Republican female senators look to tackle paid family leave


The benefits and dangers of engrossing in social media


Tips to identify 'fake news' stories


A look inside the world of concealed carry classes


Researchers target African-Americans for ALS clinical trials


Mixed reviews in Washington over Secretary John Kelly's plans for the border wall


New law helps parents travel easier


Is alcohol the centerpiece of your weekend?


Nationwide shortage of nurses affecting some hospitals


Governor Scott meets with lawmakers in DC


MLK collection at Smithsonian's newest museum


Tips on how to cut your energy bills in the winter months


Senate begins Obamacare repeal process


Countdown to Obamacare repeal


White House previews President Obama's farewell speech


How to repurpose your Christmas tree


Firework safety tips when ringing in the new year


President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister visit Pearl Harbor in first visit of its kind


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DHS Announces Border Wall Design Pitches Request

DHS announced online Friday that it intends to provide contractors an opportunity to offer proposals for the design and building of 'several prototype wall structures in the vicinity of the United States border with Mexico.'

North Carolina Billboard Turns Heads Proclaiming 'Real Men Provide'

A billboard in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, that reads 'Real men provide, real women appreciate it,' will be at the heart of a protest on Sunday after some in the community took offense to the seven-word sentence.

Iowa Pol Pushing Bill To Get More GOP Profs On College Campuses

Critics of an Iowa legislator's proposed 'partisan balance' bill say it is a political litmus test for would-be professors.

Cosby Case: Judge Will Allow Only One Other Accuser to Testify

A judge ruled Friday that one of 13 women prosecutors wanted to testify at the Bill Cosby sex-assault trial — to show a pattern of behavior — can take the stand.

Protesters Hold Vigil For "Missing" California Congressman

Protesters hold a candlelight vigil and hang "missing" posters for California Congressman David Devin Nunes after he refuse to hold town hall meetings. KSEE's Megan Rupe reports.