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Mortgage rates jump again, buyers head to the sideline

WASHINGTON (AP) — Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates jumped back up ahead of next week’s Federal Reserve meeting where it’s expected to announce another increase to its main borrowing rate. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the 30-year rate ...

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Armed man arrested for threat to kill Justice Kavanaugh

An armed man who threatened to kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh was arrested near the justice’s house in Maryland, officials said Wednesday. The California man, in his 20s, was armed with a gun and a knife, according to a law enforcement ...

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NY House candidate posts about mass shooting conspiracies

A New York Republican running to represent a congressional district that includes suburbs of Buffalo, shared and deleted a conspiracy-laden Facebook post suggesting a racist mass shooting in Buffalo and other mass killings were part of a plot to take ...

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Abortion rights advocates say they need more men’s voices

If Donovan Atterberry thought about abortion at all as a young man, it was perhaps with some vague discomfort, or a memory of the anti-abortion protesters outside the clinic that he would pass on his way to the park as ...

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Clashes among New York Democrats after redistricting redo

Two of New York’s longest-serving members of Congress have turned from allies to rivals after a court redrew the state’s congressional maps, scrambling the favorable landscape Democrats hoped to set for themselves this election year. U.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler, a ...

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In historic shift, far fewer teens face adult US courts

David Harrington spent a tense eight months in a Philadelphia jail when he was a teenager — the result of a robbery charge in 2014 that automatically sent his case to the adult court system under state law. Only 16 ...

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