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Senators react after White House briefing on North Korea

Senators react after White House briefing on North Korea

After senators attended a briefing on North Korea at the White House, April 26, Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), Angus King (I-Maine) and Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) said China must pressure North Korea into stopping its nuclear weapons program.

Senators react after White House briefing on North Korea

Senators react after White House briefing on North Korea

After senators attended a briefing on North Korea at the White House, April 26, Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), Angus King (I-Maine) and Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) said China must pressure North Korea into stopping its nuclear weapons program.

She climbs active volcanoes for a living. Now she’s running for office.

She climbs active volcanoes for a living. Now she’s running for office.

Jess Phoenix, a volcanologist running for local office in California, is part of a growing movement of scientists turned politicians hoping to combat the Trump administration.

Tracking Trump’s Promises: Is he donating his presidential salary?

Tracking Trump’s Promises: Is he donating his presidential salary?

Since the election, President Donald Trump has pledged that he will donate his $400,000 per year presidential salary to charity. So far, he’s already been paid $66,000, and none has gone to charity. Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold will be keep track to see if Trump follows through on promises his camp has made. We’ll get back to you every month.

After bill is pulled, some House GOP members aren’t giving up on health-care reform

After bill is pulled, some House GOP members aren’t giving up on health-care reform

Republicans believe health-care reform is still possible even after House leadership pulled the bill abruptly before it was scheduled for a vote.

Some GOP members not ready to move on if bill fails, despite ultimatum from Trump

Some GOP members not ready to move on if bill fails, despite ultimatum from Trump

President Donald Trump called for a vote on the House's bill to revise Obamacare on March 24. House Republicans who support the bill agreed that the ultimatum was an effective way to bring the bill to vote.

'He did as well as he could': House GOP members react to Trump's push for health-care plan

'He did as well as he could': House GOP members react to Trump's push for health-care plan

President Trump met with House Republicans to encourage members to vote in favor of the GOP plan to replace Obamacare. Trump called out Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and members of the House Freedom Caucus for not supporting the bill.

The CBO is in the political spotlight again - two former directors weigh in.

The CBO’s analysis of the American Health Care Act has been politicized by all sides. Two former directors of the non-partisan agency give their perspective on why the report matters.

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