Current law gives border patrol a 100-mile-wide area extending from any international border where the patrol can stop people without reasonable suspicion. The bill would change that number from 100 miles to 25 miles.
MANCHESTER — Low-income citizens, many of them without insurance, scrambled in the wake of Planned Parenthood’s pullout from the federal Title X program due to a Trump administration gag rule that blocks providers from making an abortion referral.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., opened her remarks at a Native American presidential forum with a more straightforward version of the apology she has offered in the past for identifying as a Native American for two decades while she was a law professor.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Monday sought to play down the risk of a recession while also pinning the blame for a potential economic downturn on the Federal Reserve, chastising the central bank’s chairman, Jerome Powell, for a “horrendous lack of vision.”
Two of President Donald Trump’s senior economic advisers took to the airwaves Sunday to downplay the risk of a recession after a tumultuous week in the markets suggested that the economy is heading onto shaky ground.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., released a lengthy plan on Friday aimed at helping to: close income and health disparities faced by Native Americans, expand Native criminal jurisdiction and honor long-standing promises and treaties.
PORTSMOUTH — On a jaunt through New Hampshire this weekend, presidential hopeful Sen. Cory Booker drew what his campaign said was his largest crowd yet in the first-in-the-nation primary state. Alexandra De Luca, the Booker campaign’s press secretary in New Hampshire, said 550 people attende…
WASHINGTON — At President Donald Trump’s speeches and rallies, Stephen Miller often can be found backstage, watching the teleprompter operator. As other White House staffers chat or look at their phones, Miller’s attention remains glued to the controls.
BEIRUT — The global standoff between the United States and Iran over shipping escalated Saturday when the United States issued a warrant for the seizure of an Iranian oil tanker detained in Gibraltar, just hours after the ship was ordered released.
WASHINGTON — The Democratic-led U.S. House Judiciary Committee said on Friday it will cut short its summer recess and meet on Sept. 4 to consider new gun control legislation in response to back-to-back mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
MANCHESTER — Only a strip of asphalt and a temporary metal barricade separated them outside SNHU Arena, but the devoted followers and passionate critics of President Trump were literally worlds apart Thursday night.
MANCHESTER — As President Trump’s much-anticipated return to New Hampshire nears, state Democratic leaders accused him Tuesday of breaking key promises on improving health insurance while liberal activists tried to put pressure on sponsors of the SNHU Arena where he is to speak.
WASHINGTON — Members of the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee could end their August recess a week early to move forward on legislation to curb gun violence after shootings in Texas and Ohio that left 31 people dead, aides said on Monday.
Anthony Scaramucci, who lasted only 11 days as Donald Trump’s communications director, said he won’t support the president’s re-election and suggested the Republican Party consider a different 2020 nominee.
President Donald Trump’s administration unveiled a sweeping rule on Monday that would limit legal immigration by denying visas and permanent residency to hundreds of thousands of people for being too poor.
Beginning in 1897, a former farm in the picturesque Berkshires Mountains of western Massachusetts became home to the famous sculptor Daniel Chester French, his wife Mamie, and their daughter Margaret. Both Daniel’s middle name and the name of his estate — Chesterwood — honor Chester, N.H., w…
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Donald Trump used his Twitter account Saturday to spread a conspiracy theory about the death of Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy and politically connected financier who had been facing multiple charges of sex trafficking involving underage girls.
WASHINGTON — It has become a jarring and frequent contradiction. President Donald Trump blames the Federal Reserve for putting the U.S. economy at risk while data shows an economy in “reasonably good” shape, as the head of the central bank recently said.
MANCHESTER — The New Hampshire campaign of Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden is planning a competing protest down the street during President Trump’s rally in the Queen City’s downtown Thursday night.
CONCORD — Democratic presidential contender U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren continues her crusade to become the candidate with the most number of detailed plans, her latest Wednesday to invest in rural America by ending government giveaways for big internet service providers (ISPs) and by proposi…
The new slate backing Sanders, I-Vt., includes representatives from the Bhutanese, Rohingya and Congolese communities, many who are former refugees who fled violence and persecution in their home countries.
CONCORD — With emotions raw from a weekend of two mass shootings, advocates for gun control packed a news conference here Monday afternoon pleading for Gov. Chris Sununu to allow three reform bills to become law.
Two mass shootings that left 29 dead in the United States this weekend have prompted condemnation across the world and drawn comparisons between the suspected racist motives behind one of the shootings and President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric.
WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris says she would fund her health care plan by rolling back one of the few changes in President Donald Trump’s tax law that Democrats actually wanted.
About a fifth of donors have given to more than one Democratic presidential nominee in the first six months of this year, pointing to the difficulty candidates face distinguishing themselves among those giving small amounts at a time.
BALTIMORE — Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., making his first public remarks since President Donald Trump launched a Twitter attack on Baltimore, sought to defend his hometown Saturday and urged that investments be made in the city.