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The House has already passed several sweeping bills that, if enacted, would roll back scores of Obama administration regulations and make it significantly harder for future presidents — including Donald Trump — to write similar rules.
This high-note finish comes with plenty of dissonance, including persistent pessimism about the nation's direction after Donald Trump campaigned strongly against the president's policies.
The Congressional Budget Office’s analysis that estimated 18 million Americans could lose their health insurance coverage if Obamacare is repealed underscored the political peril that Donald Trump faces in trying to meet one of his top campaign promises.
Even the fiercest liberal lions in the Senate will attend Friday’s ceremonies — while nearly 60 House Democrats won’t.
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At a contentious evening hearing, President-elect Donald Trump’s education nominee Betsy DeVos sidestepped several issues important to Democrats, while Republicans on the Senate committee defended her as a leader who would disrupt the status quo.
A construction worker in the area said he saw a man surrounded by flames, uttering the name of President-elect Trump.
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In a 100-day action plan, the incoming president promised to “cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama.”
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The event at the station's main hall Thursday night will mean significant road closures, changes to the taxi pick-up and drop-off locations and Metro entrances.
As the Trump era begins, speculation has been rampant about what changes are sure to be coming to the Oval Office and private quarters.
What time should I show up? Do I need a ticket to attend? What is the best way to get there? Your inauguration questions, answered.
Facing pressure from lawmakers, the University of Virginia will add 100 seats for in-state students and offer some a new tuition break of up to $2,000 per year.
After fleeing war in Syria, the Jbawi family came to America through the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program. They are building a new life in Baltimore.
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, who has been trying to elevate his profile as he makes a run for governor, got an unexpected chance to put his medical training to work during a General Assembly session.
The Army private who had been sentenced to 35 years in prison for disclosing secret diplomatic and military documents to WikiLeaks will be set free in May.
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And how those four words helped make him the nation’s 45th president.
Bush spokesman Jim McGrath tweeted that the 41st president was taken to Houston Methodist Hospital Saturday for shortness of breath and “has responded very well to treatments."
Ryan statement is based on assumptions that are too uncertain, and lack context.
If Lee Jae-yong is arrested, it will mean that both the head of South Korea’s biggest business and the country’s president have fallen — at least temporarily — in the widening scandal that revolves around allegations of bribery and influence at the highest levels.
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