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The president took to Twitter to voice his frustration. But the head of the hard-right group did not engage.

Some Republicans blamed Ryan. Some blamed Trump. Some blamed the Freedom Caucus. They all have their work cut out to show the nation they can get things done.

Conservative opposition to the health-care overhaul was no surprise. A promise of a “no” vote from the Appropriations Committee chairman was something else.

Iranian Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s has repeatedly warned that expanding sanctions against Iran would jeopardize the nuclear deal.

More than two years after being fired, Sandra Black has been vindicated and is receiving justice. But questions remain.

Republicans will try again to get a vote on health care, but do they have enough support?

Most Democrats were not convinced that Friedman’s concerted efforts during his confirmation hearing to walk back some of his more vitriolic comments were enough to recommend him for the post.

The announcement casts doubt on the Republican strategy to win passage of the Obamacare overhaul bill on the promise that big reforms will come later.

The former president and some Obama administration officials focus on the positives as they look back.

"Seven-figure fund” supplements an ongoing online campaign that's thanking lawmakers who've promised to oppose the American Health Care Act.

With a new program called “Doggy Days at Interior,” Secretary Ryan Zinke's agency will join a growing group of pet-friendly workplaces.

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