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B.C. government says boosted BC Family Benefit cheques will arrive in July

B.C. government says boosted BC Family Benefit cheques will arrive in July

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — Thousands of families in British Columbia can expect to see increased financial support in their bank accounts starting by mid-July. B.C.
On the anniversary of the fall of Roe, Democrats lay the blame for worsening health care on Trump

On the anniversary of the fall of Roe, Democrats lay the blame for worsening health care on Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Kamala Harris is using the second anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v.
Canada to start 30-day consultation to impose surtax on Chinese EVs

Canada to start 30-day consultation to impose surtax on Chinese EVs

OTTAWA — Canada accused China of undermining global trade rules and flooding the market with electric vehicles Monday as Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland kick-started the process required to impose new import taxes on Chinese-made EVs.
Planned Parenthood says it will spend $40 million on abortion rights ahead of November's election

Planned Parenthood says it will spend $40 million on abortion rights ahead of November's election

WASHINGTON (AP) — Planned Parenthood will spend $40 million ahead of November's elections to bolster President Joe Biden and leading congressional Democrats, betting that voters angry at Republican-led efforts to further restrict access to abortion c
Endangered House candidates grapple with how closely to run with Biden and Trump

Endangered House candidates grapple with how closely to run with Biden and Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — As Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola readies for a tough reelection contest in Alaska, she's talking fish. For Rep. Mike Levin, who is trying to keep his California district blue, the big topic is sand. And as Republican Rep.
Wisconsin AG argues letting disabled people vote electronically at home would create confusion

Wisconsin AG argues letting disabled people vote electronically at home would create confusion

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin's Democratic attorney general pushed back Monday against a request to let people with disabilities vote electronically from home this fall.
Conservative-backed group is creating a list of federal workers it suspects could resist Trump plans

Conservative-backed group is creating a list of federal workers it suspects could resist Trump plans

WASHINGTON (AP) — From his home office in small-town Kentucky, a seasoned political operative is quietly investigating scores of federal employees suspected of being hostile to the policies of Republican Donald Trump , a highly unusual and potentiall
Supreme Court rejects COVID-19 vaccine appeals from nonprofit founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Supreme Court rejects COVID-19 vaccine appeals from nonprofit founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected two appeals related to COVID-19 vaccines from Children’s Health Defense , the anti-vaccine nonprofit founded by independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Here's what's at stake for Biden and Trump in this week's presidential debate

Here's what's at stake for Biden and Trump in this week's presidential debate

NEW YORK (AP) — Rarely, if ever, has one candidate in a presidential debate had so much material to use against the other. Republican Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts with serious charges in three other indictments still pending.
Here's a look at Trump's VP shortlist and why each contender may get picked or fall short

Here's a look at Trump's VP shortlist and why each contender may get picked or fall short

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump has narrowed his vice presidential shortlist to a handful of contenders as he prepares to announce his pick in the days before — or perhaps even at — next month’s Republican National Convention .