While leaving most of the detail work to Capitol Hill, top administration aides are debating how far and fast Republicans can afford to move when it comes to undoing the Affordable Care Act. But President Trump himself remains the biggest wild card, repeatedly suggesting that his new plan is nearly complete.
Adding to the sense of turmoil emanating from the White House, Trump’s secretaries have found themselves explaining and sometimes outright contradicting him. It has sent agency heads scrambling to interpret their boss’s positions and leaving other nations confused as to who speaks on behalf of the administration.
Sanford Capital, which has 19 apartment buildings in the District, has racked up more than 200 warnings and $150,000 in fines over the past eight years. City officials say they have no choice but to continue paying subsidies to the company because the supply of affordable housing is so limited.
After reports of a roundup outside a church charity shelter, Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Department of Homeland Security secretary John F. Kelly assured him that immigration agents will not target undocumented residents unless they are suspected of being involved in illegal activity.
Washington's left wing entered the season with a streak of recording at least one shot on goal in every game since March 2013. But the team's coach and GM aren't worried about his recent drop in production.
The president came to Dover Air Force Base when the casket arrived with the remains of the SEAL. William “Ryan” Owens died Jan. 27 during a counterterrorism raid in Yemen. “The government owes my son an investigation,” his father said.
The flinty, folksy judge presided over unscripted, actual grievances on the syndicated half-hour show that turned private arbitration of small-claims cases into highly engrossing entertainment. Wapner was 97.
A family representative said Paxton, 61, died of complications from surgery. Some of his better-known roles included playing a treasure hunter in “Titanic” and a polygamist in the HBO series “Big Love.”
The league that oversees sports in Texas public schools ordered Beggs to continue competing in the girls division despite heavy uproar and a lawsuit this month. The hundreds of people who gathered to watch as Beggs cruised to a state title had no choice but to confront one of the nation’s most divisive and highly charged issues.