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"You can only go so high with medications, and once you’re maxed out, there’s no place to go but death."
“U.S. trophy hunters shouldn’t be killing elephants when their populations are in decline. There’s no conservation in that,” argues conservation group.
"I think that is a question on a lot of people's minds right now. Are they deterrable, are they not deterrable?"
String of strikes against Al-Shabaab not a "ramp-up," general says, but due to process of vetting and ensuring "we're scrupulously correct" on law "and our own values."
Radio host to senator: "You forcibly kissed me without my consent, grabbed my breasts while I was sleeping."
Curbelo calls it "a dark day on Capitol Hill" as "petty partisan interests have led the CHC to formally endorse the segregation of American Hispanics."
Activists assert that the legislation named for slain Army vet had been weakened to the point where it wouldn't deeply wound the PA.
"Neither the House nor Senate bill provide fair treatment" to small businesses, "so I do not support either in their current versions," says Sen. Ron Johnson.
Kansas senator: Current focus on tax reform "irrelevant to the farmer or rancher who loses half of their income due to lost export markets."