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They are warning the White House that getting rid of the attorney general would be a terrible move.

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President’s newly announced military ban on transgender people reflects how his positions have changed depending on his circumstances.

Republicans vote to request documents about former the FBI director's conversations with the Obama administration and journalists, amending and replacing a Democratic resolution designed to obtain documents about Comey's firing by President Trump.

Republicans, Democrats make their cases during Senate health-care debate

Senators on July 26 took part in several votes and debates on health care a day after Senate Republicans voted to start considering legislation to overhaul the Affordable Care Act.

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Sanders welcomes cameras back to the White House briefing with a strategic monologue and letter from ‘Dylan’

She devoted the first six minutes to topics totally unrelated to the news of the day.

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Trump’s transgender military ban is another case of political malpractice

Several GOP senators have announced their opposition — which apparently somehow caught the White House by surprise?

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The overwhelmingly white White House intern class photo, and why it matters

Some familiar with the discussions say the president’s anger has peaked and he is now headed toward an uneasy detente.

Senate Republicans seemed to be coalescing behind a “skinny repeal” that would eliminate some mandates and at least one tax.

Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) on July 26 said Democrats will no longer introduce health-care amendments until the Senate Republican leadership unveils a “real bill.”

House Republicans who fought tooth and nail earlier this year to expand the scope of the repeal legislation are saying “fat chance” to the skinny repeal.

Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (D-Md.) on July 26 expressed frustration with the Senate’s handling of several health-care votes to overhaul the Affordable Care Act.

Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) on July 26 said he and Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) are introducing a health-care amendment that would maintain taxes on the wealthy established under the Affordable Care Act.

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) on July 26 said he and Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) are introducing a health-care amendment seeking “fairness for all Americans in terms of the support they receive from the federal taxpayer.”

President Trump's tweeted transgender military ban on July 26 drew immediate criticism from both Democrats and Republicans, who were caught unaware by the decision.

The Senate on July 26 voted against a Democratic-sponsored motion to send health-care legislation through the committee process.

The Senate on July 26 voted against a proposal that would have ended major parts of the Affordable Care Act with a two-year delay to allow time for lawmakers to design new health-care legislation.

The Senate wants negotiations to give Congress more power over sanctions against Pyongyang, while the House wants the Senate to move the bill it passed.

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It would probably cost at least $60 million for labor alone.

“You can’t control the national narrative,” the PAC’s executive director said. “You can control the narrative in 30 districts.”

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Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain said it was “yet another example of why major policy announcements should not be made via Twitter.”

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