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The bill would leave 22 million more people uninsured by 2026, the Congressional Budget Office projects, only about a million fewer than the House’s health bill. The measure also would lower federal spending by $321 billion over the decade, far more than the House version, the analysis said.
The forecast seemed to worsen the bill's prospects. At least four GOP senators, including Susan Collins of Maine, have signaled that they would vote against starting debate on the bill in its current form.
Justices indicated that lower courts had gone too far in completely freezing President Trump’s ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, and said they will consider in the fall the president’s broad powers in immigration matters.
The high court ruled that a Missouri church cannot be excluded from a state program with a secular intent.
A woman protests President Trump in London in February. (Getty Images)
A woman protests President Trump in London in February. (Getty Images)
In Mexico City, a protester’s sign reads “The world is against Trump. (Bloomberg)
In Mexico City, a protester’s sign reads “The world is against Trump." (Bloomberg)
Protesters hold anti-Trump signs in Paris. (European Pressphoto Agency)
Protesters hold anti-Trump signs in Paris. (European Pressphoto Agency)
President Trump has alarmed citizens of the nation’s closest allies and others worldwide, diminishing the standing of the United States in their eyes, according to a new international Pew study. But in the 37 countries surveyed, Russia is a bright spot for Trump.
Press secretary Sean Spicer said the United States had detected evidence of preparations for a chemical attack similar to those that preceded a deadly strike in April.
Over a series of five meetings in March, Page denied wrongdoing when asked about allegations that he may have acted as a go-between for Russia and the campaign, according to a person familiar with Page’s account.
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Construction on the 16-mile Purple Line can’t begin — and the state can’t secure $900 million in federal grants — until a court restores the project’s federal environmental approval.
When they didn’t get their dream summer jobs, the boys became entrepreneurs, selling water to thirsty tourists. And that got them in handcuffs.
Trinity Jabore was found dead on Christmas Day. An autopsy showed she also suffered 13 rib fractures, a clavicle fracture and severe diaper rash.
The entry of Alison Kiehl Friedman and Deep Sran brings to seven the number of Democrats seeking their party's nomination to try to unseat the two-term GOP congresswoman in Virginia’s 10th District.
Monday was among the loveliest of days, with dazzling sunshine, picturesque clouds and temperatures in the thermal region about which complaints are seldom voiced.
The the first black woman to serve as AU’s student government president said she will keep pushing for inclusivity.
After allowing three runs in the top of the ninth, Washington scored four in the bottom half, but Ryan Zimmerman struck out with two runners aboard, and Chicago escaped with a 5-4 victory.
The leader of the world’s oldest democracy welcomed the leader of the world’s largest democracy to the White House and proclaimed them both “believers” in public accountability. But in a break from Rose Garden tradition, journalists were told they could not ask questions.
The Defense Department is considering a plan to cancel enlistment contracts for 1,000 foreign-born recruits without legal immigration status, knowingly exposing them to deportation, a department memo shows.
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The subjects of the review are Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich), the longest-serving sitting House member; Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; and a senior aide to Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.).
Officials confronted a rapidly growing crisis after tests of the exterior cladding on dozens of public housing towers yielded a 100 percent failure rate, raising fears that this month’s deadly inferno in London could happen again.
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