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Bill Would Guarantee Services for Some With Disabilities

Advocates say legislation would fulfill the expectations of the Americans with Disabilities Act


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House Panel Launches Drug Price Investigation

A dozen companies being asked to explain high price increases for life-sustaining medicines

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Tax Refunds Will Go Out Despite Shutdown

Internal Revenue Service says it will recall staff to process returns on time

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Partial Shutdown Blocks Some From Buying a Home

Low-income tenants could also be in danger, advocates say

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Food Stamp Benefits Continuing During Shutdown

Low-income Americans assured of benefits at least through February

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Air Travelers Start to Feel Effects of Shutdown

Long lines form as security screeners call in sick and most inspectors stay off the job

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Shutdown Starts to Affect National Parks, Museums

Smithsonian sites poised to close as some states step in to keep Grand Canyon and other parks open

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