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The key issue was whether a 2017 decision by Congress to remove the penalty for not buying health insurance — the so-called individual mandate — meant that the law was unconstitutional.
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The move would allow Democrats to advance some of their most ambitious and controversial spending and tax plans through the Senate using 51 votes, rather than the usual 60.
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Rep. Lloyd Doggett's new bill would create a pathway for cities or counties to expand on their own.
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The governors of Florida, Georgia and Arizona have obfuscated by mischaracterizing the contents of the new law they signed or by repeating Donald Trump’s faulty arguments for needing the law.
The Shenzhou-12 spacecraft launches Thursday in Jiuquan, China. (Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)
A trio of Chinese astronauts will spend three months in space testing equipment, conducting experiments and preparing the station for expansion.
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For days, critics have said there is insufficient evidence of efficacy and argued the drug — with a list price of $56,000 a year per patient — offers false hope.
Tropical Storm Claudette may form and bring flooding from southeast Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle Friday into Saturday.
Alan Hostetter speaks during a pro-Trump rally on Nov. 9 he organized at the Orange County Registrar of Voters offices in Santa Ana, Calif. (Paul Bersebach/Orange County Register/AP)
A regional planning board voted to remove Gov. Larry Hogan’s plan for the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 from a key list of long-term transportation projects, leaving it at greater risk of not securing federal environmental approval.
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The two bronze guns will be unveiled at the Manassas National Battlefield Park next month. (John McDonnell/The Post)
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The two guns had sat outside the old Fairfax County Courthouse since about 1904, until they were removed last year by order of the county supervisors.
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