On Wednesday, the Republican-controlled House blocked a Democratic effort to abolish the Select Committee on Benghazi, which has been conducting an investigation into the 2012 attack on the American compound in Benghazi, Libya, during Hillary Clinton’s reign as secretary of state. 

American IT workers who have lost (or are about to lose) their jobs to foreign H-1B visa holders have started filing lawsuits against the offending employers, charging them with discrimination. Among the companies against which such complaints have been filed are the Walt Disney Company and the India-based Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services.

A gathering storm awaits the president when he arrives in Roseburg, Oregon, on Friday to promote his anti-gun agenda.

Three-fourths of “Syrian refugees” entering the Nordic state are young males, and most are from Iraq, Somalia, and Afghanistan, according to the Finnish Interior Ministry.

A federal judge invalidated a New Mexico statute giving counties the power to cut down trees in areas prone to wildfires.

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