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The natural gas fracking industry may be paying off scientists.

Manufacturing giant Caterpillar is pushing a six year pay freeze for workers, despite making record profits, and giving its CEO a 60 percent raise.

Kansas’ evolution debate continues to evolve.

Elizabeth Warren will have a high profile speaking slot at the Democratic Convention, appearing just before former President Bill Clinton.

A federal judge in Colorado has temporarily blocked the controversial birth control mandate.

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Reprinted with permission from DailyKos

On Wednesday, the House Rules Committee met to vote on whether the recommendation for charges of criminal contempt against former Trump campaign chair and Jan. 6 conspirator Steve Bannon would be forwarded to the full House. At the end of the hearing, the committee voted along party lines, which means that the full House could vote to drop Bannon's file on the Department of Justice by Thursday.

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Reprinted with permission from DailyKos

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued an emergency regulation back in June requiring hospitals and other health care settings to enforce COVID-19 safety practices. Now, OSHA is warning three states—Arizona, South Carolina, and Utah—that if they don't adopt those rules, the federal government will take over workplace safety enforcement.

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