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Senate Republicans will decide today whether to hold a vote to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, even though they lack the votes to achieve the policy goal that has animated their party for more than seven years.
The Republican senator from Louisiana has doggedly pushed his proposal to revise the Affordable Care Act despite almost certain defeat.
BREAKING NEWS
His retirement comes as the troubled credit reporting agency suffered a massive breach and has drawn the anger of countless consumers and dozens of federal lawmakers over its handling of the situation.
The Debrief
President Trump credits his ability to see and exploit cracks in American society as the key to his political success. Trump’s longtime instincts tend to come to the fore when he is looking to distract from other issues.
In his first tweets about the storm since Wednesday, the president wrote that the U.S. territory was already suffering from “broken infrastructure,” including an old electrical grid, which he said was “devastated” by Hurricane Maria, as well as “massive debt.”
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Nearly 40 percent of voters say their choice is shaped by the president, according to a Christopher Newport University poll.
The attorney general, who has sparked controversy over immigration, race and other issues, plans to talk about free speech on college campuses at the university’s law center Tuesday.
Danica Roem, who says she is angry that Republican Del. Bob Marshall questions her sexual identity, posts a YouTube ad saying it “shouldn’t be newsworthy or political.”
Commuter Alert
Drivers can expect delays up to four miles — and on both sides of the parkway — after a series of early morning crashes, one of which was serious.
The fees collected from the ride-hailing services have been a boon, but the declining demand for parking — a historically big moneymaker — is a worrisome trend for airport officials.
Forty-three states and the District suspend driver’s licenses because of unpaid fines and fees, trapping people in a “vicious court debt cycle,” according to the report.
Morris, the team’s starting power forward, faces aggravated assault charges. He is expected to miss the next six to eight weeks while recovering from sports hernia surgery, sidelining him for at least the start of the season.
Baker is one of two African American managers in baseball, and served as a Marine Corps reservist.
A batch of more than 3,000 ads bought during the 2016 election highlights the sophistication of a Russian campaign crafted to mimic and infiltrate U.S. political discourse while also seeking to heighten tensions between groups already wary of one another.
The Daily 202
Analysis
Overwhelmingly, across party lines, people feel that the current tax system is rigged in favor of the wealthy and that the wealthiest are likely to be the biggest beneficiaries.
The assailant was killed at the scene. Israeli officials said the attack at the entrance to the settlement could have "serious implications" for the passage of thousands of Palestinians who have work permits in Israel.
The Trump administration had a report showing the benefits of a ban on selling bottled water at national parks four months before ending the program.
Civil rights groups are calling for President Trump to withdraw his nomination of Jeff Mateer, who has also said that same-sex marriage is a harbinger for “disgusting” practices such as polygamy and bestiality.
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