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Judge mulls ‘sanctuary city’ law
SAN ANTONIO -- A federal judge Monday questioned the reach of a new Texas "sanctuary cities" law supported by the Trump administration but that four of the nation's largest cities, some police chiefs and immigrant-rights groups are trying to stop taking effect in September.
House education leaders won't budge on school finance, private school choice
The top House education leader said Sunday that "private school choice" is still dead in the lower chamber. "We only voted six times against it in the House," House Public Education Committee Chairman Dan Huberty said. "There's nothing more offensive as a parent of a special-needs child than to tell me what I think I need. I'm prepared to have that discussion again. I don't think [the Senate is] going to like it — because now I'm pissed off."
GOP leaders add penalty for lapsed coverage to health bill
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republican leaders added a penalty for people who've let their insurance lapse Monday as party leaders prepared to begin pushing the health care measure through the Senate, despite a rebellion within GOP ranks.
Blotter: Woman's cousin defends her during alleged assault
Trump travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set
Students wait for promised loan forgiveness
Like thousands of others who studied at failed for-profit colleges, Danielle Ramos was promised by the U.S. Education Department under President Barack Obama that her federal loans would be forgiven by now. But as the weeks tick by with no reprieve, the 30-year-old college student fears the financial burden will force and her 4-year-old son to move back with her parents.
AP analysis: District lines affected Texas House vote
Voting districts drawn by Texas' Republican-controlled Legislature helped the party win nearly four more U.S. House seats than it otherwise would have in the last election, which was more than any other state, an Associated Press analysis of the results of federal and state legislative races found.
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Westbrook wins MVP after averaging triple-double in regular season
Russell Westbrook was voted NBA MVP on Monday night after setting a record with 42 triple-doubles last season.
Singer’s 12 Ks put Gators on brink of championship
Brady Singer struck out a career-high 12 in seven innings, Jonathan India doubled in two runs, and Florida beat LSU 4-3 in Game 1 of the College World Series finals Monday night.
Earnhardt’s farewell tour begins, but it isn’t goodbye
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had just completed a satisfying sixth-place finish at Sonoma Raceway when he was stopped by the Fox Sports cameras in what might have been his final post-race interview with the network.
Bathroom bills all about politics
Monday marked the second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's historic decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, which legalized gay marriage in the United States. The court delivered its 5-4 decision on June 26, 2015.