A Wyoming legislative panel has dismissed a complaint that accused a state senator of ethics violations for voting to approve funding for an abandoned mine land reclamation program that has issued contracts to his company.
My Brother's Keeper is a White House initiative to keep America’s youth on track. The goal is to make sure young people, particularly young men of color, have figures in their lives that keep them on course to go to college and get a good job. But not everyone thinks the federal government should be involved in a program like this.
Today, people across the country are celebrating Women’s Equality Day.
It coincides with the anniversary of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. It also comes just 74 days before Americans head to the polls. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer reports how women’s issues are shaping in this presidential campaign.
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