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GOP-forged bill on funding gets through House
WASHINGTON -- The House on Thursday night passed a GOP-written stopgap spending bill to keep the government open past tonight, but Senate Democrats appeared ready to block the measure.
No right in constitution for Arkansans to sue government, justices decide
Arkansans have no right to file a lawsuit against their state government, even where the Legislature has given them permission to, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled in a split decision Thursday that overturned two decades of case law.
Witnesses in Little Rock nightclub shooting report shouts of 'Crip,' 'Bloods' before gunfire
Court records released Thursday show that witnesses at the Power Ultra Lounge shooting in July heard an argument and people yelling "Crip" and "Bloods" before gunfire plunged the crowded Little Rock nightclub into chaos.
High court affirms state's immunity
Arkansans have no right to file a lawsuit against their state government, even where the Legislature has given them permission to, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled in a split decision Thursday that overturned two decades of case law.
GOP-forged bill on funding gets through House
WASHINGTON -- The House on Thursday night passed a GOP-written stopgap spending bill to keep the government open past tonight, but Senate Democrats appeared ready to block the measure.
New unit to review health staff qualms over some services
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's administration announced Thursday that it was taking another step to protect doctors, nurses and other health workers who have religious or moral objections to performing medical services such as abortions or sex-change operations.
New unit to review health staff qualms over some services
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's administration announced Thursday that it was taking another step to protect doctors, nurses and other health workers who have religious or moral objections to performing medical services such as abortions or sex-change operations.
Court files: Yells, then gunfire
Court records released Thursday show that witnesses at the Power Ultra Lounge shooting in July heard an argument and people yelling "Crip" and "Bloods" before gunfire plunged the crowded Little Rock nightclub into chaos.
Welcome migrants, Pope urges
IQUIQUE, Chile -- Pope Francis wrapped up his Chile visit Thursday by celebrating a Mass on land where he urged the South American nation to continue welcoming migrants and caring for the least fortunate among them.
Emergency office soon to have only 1 worker
CONWAY -- The Faulkner County office whose director is accused of sexual harassment is rapidly losing its employees, according to public records obtained through an Arkansas Freedom of Information Act request.
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