Rep. Tom Marino (R-Pa.) came under fire after revelations he helped steer legislation making it harder to act against giant drug companies. On Monday, President Trump declined to express confidence in his pick to lead the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
The Finance 202
Analysis
As GOP lawmakers aim to take a significant stride toward their goal of a tax code rewrite, it remains a mystery how the plan will be paid for, if at all.
Trump’s Cast of Characters
“Crooked Hillary Clinton”
Trump’s Cast of Characters
“Little Rocket Man”
Trump’s Cast of Characters
“Liddle” Sen. Bob Corker
Trump’s Cast of Characters
“Fake news”
Emboldened by the Trump administration, farmers are pushing for tough new protections against their Mexican rivals — so tough that their demands threaten to wreck negotiations over the trade pact.
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The Democrat’s enormous financial lead in the Virginia governor’s race hasn’t translated to a big advantage in the polls.
The firing of Mark F. McCaffrey, a police officer for 30 years, threatened to upend a high-profile murder trial.
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The massive $500 million facility, welcoming visitors starting Nov. 17, is backed by the conservative Christian family that owns Hobby Lobby. It’s heavy on technology, and visitors are not encouraged to take the Bible literally.
Authorities said the south fence line near the Ellipse has been closed.
The nod from the New Jersey senator is the latest in a series of endorsements for the former NAACP president, one of a number of candidates in the Democratic primary.
Washington began last season with bench weapons and discovered more along the way. But as the winter months go by, they might need to find some new characters.
The Post-ABC News poll was conducted in the days after a sexual abuse controversy surrounding Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein made national headlines.
Fact Checker
Analysis
Facing criticism that he had not commented on service members killed in action, the president suggested that calls are particularly difficult, saying that his predecessor avoided them as a result.
In a thinly veiled critique of President Trump’s global stewardship, the senator used a notable award ceremony to condemn “people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems.”
The White House announced it was ending the payments last week, but insurers are still obligated to sell the plans and would now like to make up the difference by raising premiums.
The Fix
Analysis
The presentation of the poll suggested the Holocaust death toll is up for debate — and seemed to validate the claims of Holocaust deniers.
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Analysis
Fair or not, certain NBA players get stuck with labels. It could be anything — me-first or injury-prone. Left unchecked, those reputations can come to define entire careers.
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