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  • When a trio of judges on a federal appeals court in Washington state upheld a freeze on president Trump's Executive Order on immigration, some people…
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    Trying A Terrorist: Emotional Closure Might Be Difficult
    With Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in custody, the relief many Bostonians felt at his capture turns to anger. While prosecutors have only begun to build their case…
  • Updated at 10:41 a.m. The Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Affordable Care Act. NHPR continues to bring you coverage throughout the day, and reports…
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    Transportation Bill Hits Traffic Jam
    You can add transportation to the long list of issues hitting a roadblock in Washington. Funding for New Hampshire’s I-93 expansion may get stuck in the…
  • The Federal Reserve plans to keep short-term interest rates near zero until 2014, about 18 months longer than planned. Rates have already been low for several years, and there's much debate about the benefits and costs of the Fed's policies — including the message it sends that the economy's recovery is slower than expected.
  • After months of political debates, ad buying, and hand-shaking, the New Hampshire Republican primary is finally upon us. And not surprisingly, the latest WMUR Granite State Poll from the University
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    The States With The Best And Worst Wage Laws For Home Health Workers
    President Obama is pushing the US Department of Labor to move forward on a rules change that would raise wages and require overtime pay for home health…
  • Yesterday, we showed you a cool infographic created by a team of reporters at Stateline detailing, state-by-state, how a European recession could affect…

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