While Republicans hope another round of tax cuts will rev up the party’s base, some campaign strategists worry the effort could give Senate Democrats in red states the chance to vote in favor of the proposal and undermine one of the GOP’s most effective lines of attack.
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The Republicans’ narrow majority allows a few senators — and even just one — to derail the most routine action in the chamber. And that means the Senate majority leader may not be able to suppress a bill protecting special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.
An influential confidant of the president has warned Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein that he could face impeachment proceedings or an effort to hold him in contempt if he did not meet GOP demands.
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The January attack on Asifa Bano attracted little attention until last week, when police charged seven men and one juvenile, including four officers, in her death. The young girl was Muslim. Her alleged assailants are Hindu, a circumstance ripe for conflict in an area where religious tensions and nationalism are rising under the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Capt. Tammie Jo Shults is being heralded as a hero after the former Navy pilot deftly guided the plane to safety. “She has nerves of steel,” one passenger said.
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The actions against BuzzFeed and the political research firm Fusion GPS would have required Cohen to divulge his activities before the 2016 election.
Cuba’s National Assembly announced the result of a 603-1 vote that marked the end of nearly six decades of rule under Raúl Castro and his brother Fidel.
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson spoke with Robin Roberts on "Good Morning America" to describe their encounter with the white Starbucks manager who called 911.
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In recent months, clearly imperfect messengers have emerged to prosecute the case against the president. And as they lingered in the spotlight, their imperfections have increasingly been illuminated.
A judge said the Kansas secretary of state had a pattern of “misleading the court” in a case regarding whether proof of citizenship is required during voter registration.
As tributes poured in for the late first lady from both sides of the political arena, a creative writing professor at California State University at Fresno is under intense criticism for saying she is "happy the witch is dead."
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