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To have a realistic chance at passing, the vote needs to occur before the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30.
For Carter, his mother feared it might already be too late to save his life.
Throughout Houston, thousands are struggling every day to find a place to call home.
The labor of saving and serving flood victims seems without end. The relief workers, exhausted, push on.
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Aerial pictures show the scale of the record-shattering rains behind the flood catastrophe in Southeast Texas.
We gauged where senators stand in relation to President Trump on a wide range of controversial issues.
As clashes in Charlottesville between white nationalists and counterprotesters became violent, here’s what lawmakers are saying about the event.
North Korea has launched 14 missile tests so far in 2017, and 10 were successful.
The Post tracked what cable news networks plastered across their viewers’ screens during the hearing.