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President Barack Obama's nominee to replace Attorney General Eric Holder is supporting the president's controversial executive action on illegal immigrants.
The federal government is heading ever deeper into debt and could be on track toward a "fiscal crisis," the director of the Congressional Budget Office warned.
Arizona is hoping to shut down sex trafficking around the Super Bowl. For months, the state attorney general's office has focused on promoting public awareness through the "Arizona's Not Buying it" campaign.
Education officials in the United Kingdom are shutting down a Christian school, accusing staff of not teaching the students to be more tolerant of other religions.
From worship to prayer, thousands joined Gov. Bobby Jindal on the campus of Louisiana State University for a weekend faith gathering called, The Response: Louisiana.