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After seven years, Republicans’ promise to overhaul the health-care law is a sprawling objective still in search of a solution. It also has cost the Trump administration precious months of its first year, with tax reform and other priorities left unresolved.
Bowing to pressure from within their ranks, GOP leaders delayed a vote on the Senate bill until after the Fourth of July recess. But huge hurdles remain as lawmakers try to craft a bill that can secure enough support.
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Sekulow, the most visible member of the legal team defending President Trump in the Russia probe, is poised to capitalize on his new role in ways that are not obvious to the public.
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Darwin Martinez Torres was arrested for allegedly abducting and killing Nabra Hassanen near a mosque.
Despite years of effort to spur development in underserved areas, the 160,000 residents of Wards 7 and 8 have a total of three full-service groceries. In contrast, gentrifying Ward 6 has 10.
In an open letter to his customers, the Baltimore restaurant owner blamed the Trump administration “for targeting the Hispanic community.”
The Utah Republican made the comment that lawmakers have trouble stretching their $174,000 salaries to cover housing weeks after stating that poor people should give up iPhones to pay for health insurance.
Questioned by voters about divisive GOP health-care legislation, Gillespie stuck to a familiar refrain: that he's focused on state issues. His experience reflects the challenge for Republicans running in state contests in the Trump era.
The Nationals evened the series against the defending World Series champs with a 6-1 win after Chicago’s right-hander lasted only four innings.
The violent line of fast-moving storms that ripped through the region, killing four people, was extremely similar to the storm on June 29, 2012.
In his short 2½ months on the Supreme Court, Neil M. Gorsuch has proved himself to be a self-assured jurist unafraid of the big stage.
Paul Manafort, a former chairman of President Trump’s campaign, disclosed the payments to a consultant firm in a filing to the Justice Department. The report makes him the second former senior Trump adviser to retroactively acknowledge the need to disclose work for foreign interests.
Following the incident, President Nicolás Maduro ordered the armed forces on high alert to “keep the peace,” and security personnel took positions around government buildings, including the presidential palace.
Critic’s Notebook
Celebrities have turned pregnancy into something that must be performed. Yet it teaches us nothing about motherhood.
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Trump ramps up his attacks on CNN after retraction
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Fact Check: The GOP's spin on Obamacare premiums
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This 3-year-old’s last hospital bill was $231,000. His mother has a message for lawmakers.
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What's in the CBO report on the Senate health-care plan
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In February 2016, presidential candidate Donald Trump promised $6 million in donations, including $1 million from his own pocket, to charities along his campaign trail. Months later, he had donated far less than he pledged. Post reporter David A. Fahrenthold went in search of the missing money and found a bigger story than he ever expected.
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