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The analysis found that 18 million could lose health insurance in the first year without another option.

Even the fiercest liberal lions will attend Friday’s ceremonies — while nearly 60 House Democrats won’t.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has been personally campaigning for the Rivera pardon.

The number of people without insurance would grow to about 32 million within the first decade if Republicans follow a 2015 plan to repeal Obamacare without a replacement, the new report says.

The group is running ads in Spanish because they don't expect Univision and Telemundo to promote the changes otherwise.

In an interview, Beth Cobert cautioned against a broad hiring freeze and congressional assaults on civil service due-process rights.

Prepare for a busy couple of weeks.

The latest on the transition.

The meeting provides Trump with an opening to the African American community.

Americans for Prosperity's new legislative agenda suffuses familiar ideas with newly raised expectations.

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