Two months after an effort to overhaul the Affordable Care Act failed, Senate Republicans are trying to corral support for a new bill. But it remains far from certain that leaders can marshal enough votes to secure passage. Even if they do, the party will own legislation that would slash health-care spending and likely cover fewer people than the last bill.
The president’s nationalist agenda has led to widespread anxiety among U.S. allies and partners, and foreign leaders will watch for signals about his willingness to maintain the United States’ traditional leadership role.
The study, published in the journal Child Development, found that the percentage of adolescents in the U.S. who have a driver’s license, who have tried alcohol, who date, and who work for pay has plummeted since 1976. The study points to an evolutionary psychology theory to try and explain what is happening.
The storm has rapidly intensified, which is a potentially disastrous scenario for the Caribbean islands it will sweep across in the coming days. Meanwhile, another hurricane, Jose, could scrape part of the Northeastern U.S. coast from Long Island to Massachusetts.
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President Trump loved France’s Bastille Day parade so much that he told reporters he is looking into having a parade down the streets of Washington on Independence Day to show the United States’ “military strength.”
Here in this midsize city known as a bastion of liberal sensibilities that last year gave Clinton 90.1 percent of their vote, her weary fans don’t seem to mind her flaws.
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Nathan Jones and his late husband Rod Hardin built a blue-ribbon-winning life together that included a trove of Montgomery County Fair honors in categories ranging from baking and knitting to photography and flawless roses.
Tom Perriello and Corey Stewart refuse to fade away, but that seems to be good news only for one side
The Past, Rediscovered
The CIA gave its Trailblazer award to retired covert operative Greg Vogle, long known as Greg V., as it celebrated its 70th anniversary Monday.
For 51 years, the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel, Md., has been the epicenter of a slow-going effort to rescue the snow-hued cranes by breeding and training birds for release. But as funding for the program dries, the center will now focus on its other projects.
The 22-year-old safety has been placed on the NFL’s reserve-left squad list, ending his season. The 2016 second-round draft pick stunned teammates and coaches earlier this month when he stepped away and said he was considering retiring.
The president’s eldest son told friends he wants more privacy, according to two people briefed on the decision. Forgoing the protection is a rare move for members of the president’s family, in part because the Secret Service says they are seen as targets for those opposed to their famous parent.
Investigators are concerned the social network is withholding key information that could illuminate the shape and extent of a Russian propaganda campaign aimed at tilting the U.S. presidential election, according to people familiar with the probe.
An upward revision to the planet’s influential “carbon budget” was published by a number of researchers deeply involved in studying the concept, but other outside researchers have raised questions about the work.
Sadiq Khan believes taxing the empty properties — which are often owned by rich, foreign investors — could ease the city’s affordable housing shortage. Others aren’t so sure.
That student, Scout Schultz, left three suicide notes behind in a dormitory room, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, adding further complexity to the death of Schultz, a 21-year-old who had a history of mental illness.
The photo had sparked a backlash, as lots of viewers were already angered that Spicer was invited to the Emmys for a surprise cameo after uttering many falsehoods during his tenure at the White House.
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