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The future of the Affordable Care Act is threatened — again — this time by a ruling Friday from a federal district court judge in Texas.
Judge Reed …
By Lesley Clark
For the Lexington Herald Leader
The GOP-controlled Senate will vote on a sweeping bill to …
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Congressman John Yarmuth both won their re-election campaigns by wide margins on Tuesday, as the Democratic incumbents were able to win over 60 percent of the vote.…
A review of Louisville Metro Police Department’s open murder cases and historical homicide data shows that in recent years the city’s clearance rates hover around the national average.
There are currently 351 open murder cases in Louisville Metro, …
The U.S. Department of Treasury on Friday released its first round of rules and guidance on the …
CIA Director Gina Haspel will visit the University of Louisville next week to take part in the McConnell Center’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
According to the university’s news release, Haspel — a UofL graduate born in Ashland, …
Members of the Kentucky National Guard and state public health nurses left over the weekend to help with Tropical Storm Florence evacuation and rescue efforts as the storm continues to bash the East Coast, …
Just a day after celebrating new jobs in Kentucky’s aluminum industry being created by tariffs enacted by the Trump administration, Gov. Matt Bevin faced questions about the negative effects of those new tariffs on Thursday morning …
The Switzerland-based chemicals producer Clariant announced at a community meeting on Wednesday that it might shift production overseas from its Louisville facilities because of uncertainty over …
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