The Daily 202
Analysis
Most Republicans in the Capitol tried hard to avoid reacting at all to President Trump's surprise announcement, and their silence spoke volumes about the degree to which they don’t think the transgender ban in the military is a political winner.
Republicans across the political spectrum appeared increasingly open to supporting a “skinny repeal” that would abolish the individual and employer insurance mandates, eliminate funds for preventative health care, and provide flexibility in how states administer Medicaid programs.
The Justice Department argued that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act does not bar job discrimination based on sexual orientation, only that it covers discrimination on the basis of sex.
The Collins children with their dad in 1914. (Family photo)
The Collins children with their dad in 1914. (Family photo)
Phillip Benson sits on a horse as a child. (Family photo)
Phillip Benson sits on a horse as a child. (Family photo)
Jim and Alice Collins on their wedding day in the 1940s. (Family photo)
Jim and Alice Collins on their wedding day in the 1940s. (Family photo)
Fordham Hospital in the Bronx. (Wurts Bros./Museum of the City of New York)
Fordham Hospital in the Bronx. (Wurts Bros./Museum of the City of New York)
Alice Collins Plebuch’s decision to conduct the test “just for fun” upended her family tree and posed a fundamental question about her very identity.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said that he didn't know if his relationship with White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus could be repaired.
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Republican candidate Ed Gillespie is embracing an issue championed by Corey Stewart, who nearly beat him for the Virginia GOP nomination last month with a Trump-like agenda that took a hard line on immigration.
The Nationals hit a record-tying five home runs in one of Major League Baseball’s more remarkable offensive innings of the past decade and a total of eight for the game as part of a 15-2 demolition of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Barbara Barkley planned to live in her Chesapeake, Va., home for the rest of her life. That plan came crashing down when a man on a motorcycle delivered a foreclosure notice.
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The former WJLA reporter and anchor — who has tweeted about President Trump, Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter — says she can finally say what she believes.
Communications chief Anthony Scaramuccui says that the president might want to push for “an even tougher deal.”
Wonkblog
Analysis
The electronics giant’s new factory will span 20 million square feet, and Wisconsin will shell out serious cash for it, if all goes according to Gov. Scott Walker’s plan, which is considered a victory for Walker and President Trump.
The apology was a change from the Scouts’ earlier statement about the president’s speech, in which he broke tradition in his appearance at a jamboree by criticizing his political opponents, recounting his election victory, and talking about parties on yachts.
The Fix
Analysis
Sens. Charles E. Grassley and Lindsey O. Graham say they'll take concrete steps to prevent the removal of the attorney general or special counsel.
The question of how people use antibiotics is one of the most critical issues facing modern medicine.
June Foray
1917–2017
June Foray voiced hundreds of roles such as Rocky from “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show” and Cindy Lou Who in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” and pushed for the creation of notable awards for the animation industry.
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