The new draft, due for release Monday, comes after Republican senators from across the political spectrum distanced themselves from the latest effort on Sunday.
It's unclear whether the new bill will gain momentum.
His last public mention of Puerto Rico was on Friday.
A new, last-minute version of Cassidy-Graham seems designed to get votes, rather than reform health-insurance policy for the better.
It is simultaneously accused of displaying a liberal bias and doing too little to keep the far right in check.
For Donald Trump and his supporters, the football field is the new cultural battleground.
No final decision yet.
The patient advocacy group Save My Care released an ad highlighting the opposition to the Cassidy-Graham health-care bill.
For a fourth day, the president is continuing is focus on a divisive cultural issue.
A new proposal would drop the individual rate to 35 percent.
It's naive or disingenuous to pretend it didn't.
Trump offers another false choice in fight with NFL.
A report by the HHS Office of Inspector General found deterrents in reporting problems with human research.
A Washington Post-ABC poll also found a large majority supports making employers verify workers are in U.S. legally.
If the process has struck you as haphazard, you’re not alone.
Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, used a private email account to conduct official business.
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The head of the presidential voter-fraud panel claims there's proof of voter fraud in New Hampshire during the 2016 elections. That is hardly the case.
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.
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