Oral arguments are scheduled to be heard before the U.S. Supreme this month in a case brought by Texas and Louisiana over the Department of Homeland Security altering policy to prohibit certain violent criminal foreign nationals from being detained and deported and instead releasing them into the U.S.
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Relying on mail-in ballots turned in on Election Day, Republican Blake Masters doesn't appear to have enough momentum to catch Democrat Mark Kelly in their race for Arizona's U.S. Senate seat.
One day after California voters overwhelmingly approved the state's flavored tobacco ban, a group of tobacco companies filed a federal lawsuit challenging the ban.
Sen. Blake Stephens, R-Tahlequah, announced his plans to reintroduce a bill during Oklahoma's next legislative session that could set the state on Daylight Saving Time permanently.
South Dakota voters approved a constitutional amendment that would expand Medicaid in the state.
North Dakota voters approved a constitutional measure limiting the governor to two four-year terms and state lawmakers to eight years.
While Pennsylvania lawmakers debate whether to legalize recreational marijuana, its neighbors have started to greenlight it.
The fate of the U.S. House and Senate remain undetermined on Veterans Day, three days after voting concluded in the midterm elections.
Colorado House and Senate Republicans elected new leadership Thursday.
Laura Kelly won the Kansas' governor race, defeating Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt.