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Fears that proposed cuts would fray the social safety net are creating anxiety for Republican moderates whose states have benefited from the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid. Those centrists may pose just as much an obstacle to the bill’s passage as their colleagues on the right.
One group wants a “more dramatic” reversal of the Affordable Care Act. An official with the Koch network said the debate has focused too much on the number of insured people and not enough on outcomes. 
Over the weekend, the president seemed to also suggest that the Obama administration had withheld action on alleged Russian meddling to help Hillary Clinton.
The Orwells perform at A&R Music Bar in Columbus, Ohio. It’s the band’s 34th show since February. (Jorge Ribas/The Post)
For bands such as The Orwells, breaking through today means going viral, scoring “syncs” and vying for attention in a system tilted toward the Drakes and Rihannas. The shift to music streaming threatens almost everyone hoping to earn enough money to sustain a musicmaking career. “It’s all about getting your numbers up on the Internet,” Orwells guitarist Matt O’Keefe said.
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Thousands have been arrested amid the chaos over the past 10 weeks of protests against the government, and some say the abuse while in custody is so abhorrent that they were “forced to eat raw pasta with human excrement.”
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In political terms, Russia’s interference was the crime of the century. It was a case that took almost no time to solve and was traced to Russian President Vladimir Putin. But because of the ways President Barack Obama and President Trump handled it, the Kremlin has yet to face severe consequences. Through interviews with more than three dozen current and former U.S. officials, The Post tells the inside story of how the Obama administration handled the Kremlin’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
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The aggressive tactics employed by Dump Comstock and its single-minded focus on embarrassing two-term U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock have not been seen before in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District.
A levy garners the most support among five funding proposals pitched to District residents in a Washington Post poll.
Residents jumped from windows and firefighters used ladders to rescue those trapped in the early-morning fire Saturday. One resident and four firefights were taken to the hospital.
The coach who turned Fairfax’s James Madison High School into a perennial football contender was hit by a truck as he tried to “re-secure” a boat on a trailer at the busy “Mixing Bowl” interchange in Springfield, police said. 
Howard University, which owns the apartment building, finds its plans to renovate it for a new population of renters thwarted.
The Past, Rediscovered
Historians say Thomas Jefferson held the first iftar dinner in 1805. Whatever the third president could have foreseen for the young country’s future, it appears the modern-day White House tradition of marking Ramadan with an iftar dinner or Eid celebration has come to an end.
Trea Turner went 5-for-5 and Michael A. Taylor homered twice as Washington pounded out 19 hits on an afternoon when just about everything went right.
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Beer lovers increasingly favor ultra-fresh beer, but confusing labels don’t make it easy to find.
Arts & Style
A New York show has the feel of a retrospective, as it traces the arc of the glass artist’s career.
A plea to Virginia’s governor for a life term for William C. Morva — who faces execution for the killing of two men in 2006 — has come amid a drive to end capital punishment for the severely mentally ill.
The stock prices of of defense companies, which rose earlier this year, have plateaued as top military brass now say a buildup likely won’t come this year, or even the next.
Research shows that women are less likely than men to be introduced by professional title when men did the introducing.
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The slaying of a 16-year-old was the latest in a string of anti-Muslim attacks in India during the Islamic holy period of Ramadan. Tensions have risen since the Hindu nationalist government restricted the sale of cattle for slaughter.
In the latest installment of his Twitter war with President Trump, Schwarzenegger recruited the French president, who, like the actor, has been outspoken about climate change — and about Trump.
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