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Congresswoman Kendra Horn and Congressman Tom Cole are going under self-quarantine.

In a press release, Horn says she is moving forward with this two-week precaution after contact with Utah Representative Ben McAdams who tested positive for COVID-19. Cole says in his press release that he had contact with Florida Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, who has also tested postivie for COVID-19.

Horn and Cole both say they are not showing any symptoms of illness, but are self-quarantining on the advice of the House of Representatives Attending Physician.

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Cherokee Nation announced its intention to send a delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives on Sept. 17, 2019. Since then, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. says he has met with a handful of lawmakers in Washington D.C., including Oklahoma Representatives Tom Cole and Markwayne Mullin and Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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David Greene talks to Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma about the House vote Tuesday on a resolution to end the president's national emergency declaration. NPR's Tamara Keith weighs in on the issue.

This question came up again and again Tuesday during an at-times heated hearing of the Senate's education committee: Does the law allow schools to use federal money to arm teachers?

The federal money in question comes from Title IV of the big, k-12 federal education law known as The Every Student Succeeds Act. It's a billion-dollar pot intended for what the law calls "student support and academic enrichment."

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Tributes from around the country and the world are pouring in for Sen. John McCain. We’ll look at his remarkable life, courage and message for America.

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Tuesday's primary election in New Mexico moved the country one step closer to putting the first Native-American woman in Congress.

Deb Haaland won the Democratic nomination in New Mexico's heavily Democratic 1st district. The former state party chair beat two other candidates. Haaland is a member of the Laguna Pueblo tribe.

In her victory speech Tuesday night, Haaland said "New Mexico made history," adding that hers was a "victory for working people, a victory for women and a victory for everyone who has been sidelined by the billionaire class."

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Republican Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma talks with Scott Simon about the recent U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria.

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