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Some wondered whether the Sept. 7 debt limit deal between Trump and the Democrats had empowered Republicans.

In this Sept. 6, 2017 photo, President Donald Trump and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., during a meeting with other Congressional leaders in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Trump's deal with Democrats has offered a glimpse of the president’s interest in governing as an independent, unbound by ideology despite his takeover of the Republican party last year. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Changes made to the legislation are intended to woo reluctant GOP senators.

The new draft, due for release on Monday, comes after Republican senators from across the political spectrum distanced themselves from the latest effort on Sunday.

If the situation isn't properly addressed, there could be “massive migration to other states,” the governor warns.

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Trump’s full-blown culture war with the NFL

Trump is calling for a boycott of the NFL over player protests. That could test the league's economic resolve — and Trump's political capital.

Hillary Clinton blames many things for her loss. George Clooney blames her ‘frustrating’ speeches.

"She’s not as good at communicating things,” said the actor, who helped Clinton raise millions for her presidential bid.

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It’s hard to see how Republicans’ Obamacare repeal passes now

There are two solid "no" votes, and Susan Collins indicated she's likely to be the third, which would kill the GOP's repeal. Again.

At least three NFL owners who donated millions to Trump have called him out.

After players of several NFL teams kneeled, locked arms or stayed in their locker rooms during the national anthem on Sept. 24, President Trump said his criticism of the protests “has nothing to do with race.”

Senior Trump adviser and son-in-law used account as president criticized Hillary Clinton

“I believe we will be successful in the largest tax cut in our country’s history.”

After repeatedly calling for NFL players who kneel during the national anthem to be fired, President Trump on Sept. 24 said his comments have “nothing to do with race.”

A brief representing cake artists is drawing outsize attention for the photographs it includes.

The ad by America First Policies features an image of the president with his hand over his heart and the hashtag #TakeAStandNotAKnee.

The dinner will convene just as polls in a high-stakes GOP primary runoff close in Alabama.

The hard-line conservative offers a glimmer of hope for the latest Republican proposal.

Administration officials and Republican senators on Sept. 24 commented on President Trump’s criticism of NFL players who kneel during the national anthem.

Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.) listed their concerns on Sept. 24 about a health-care bill sponsored by Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.).

If one more Republican comes out as a definite “no,” the bill would officially lack the support to pass.

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Even before Trump jumped into the fraught NFL debate, Americans saw him as divisive.

The president appeared to call for fans to boycott the NFL if players aren't fired for kneeling during the national anthem.

The president’s image overall remains negative, but he gets strong marks for his handling of hurricanes and a deal with Democrats.

The president’s backing of Sen. Luther Strange provides an early test of his potential influence in 2018.

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