Also Wednesday, a fresh CBO analysis showed that a straight repeal bill would increase the number of people without health coverage by 32 million at the end of a decade.

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

The Republican running for Virginia governor appears to be heeding advice that he must shore up support from Trump voters.

The for-profit club, where Trump spent numerous weekends this spring, asked permission to hire 15 housekeepers, 20 cooks and 35 waiters.

The panel’s chairman said subpoenas for both, plus one other witness, have been approved if they do not respond to the committee’s invitation by close of business Friday.

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Five of John McCain’s most courageous political moments

McCain often was not afraid to speak out against bigotry and injustice when he saw it — even if it might have not have been politically expedient for him to do so.

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Why Trump gave the Jeff Sessions scoop to the ‘failing’ New York Times

He knew what he was doing.

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Republicans’ health-care overhaul is even deader now

For now.

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Meanwhile, a critic: “The whole family would shake hands with the devil for $10 and an hour of TV time.”

On the morning after the shocking announcement of his illness, the Arizona Republican also criticized President Trump’s moves in Syria.

The superintendent of the park was pulled from a delegation with the Facebook CEO, who was there to learn about climate change.

President Trump turned on his longtime surrogate Attorney General Jeff Sessions and other members of the Justice Department over the ongoing Russia investigation, and Sessions's recusal from it.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has spoken out against bigotry and injustice during his more than 30 years in the Senate.

President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ relationship has deteriorated since Trump became president. Here’s a look at how they got to this point.

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Like his late friend, McCain became a master of the Senate who could reach across the aisle and stand up to his own president.

The former consultant wants the transcript of his closed-door interview released, after a panel member suggested that he might have lied.

With some of the closest members of President Trump's campaign slated to testify before Senate committees investigating its ties with Russia, here's what lawmakers want to ask Trump's son, son-in-law and former campaign manager.

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An analysis of every one of his first 181 days.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he is "totally confident that we can continue to run this office in an effective way" on July 20 after President Trump criticized Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe.

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We think we've figured it out.

They are furious with the GOP.

Three Republican women sunk a last-ditch effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

His spokesman says he'll leave all boards.

Taxes are GOP's newest hope for progress.

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