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After seven years, Republicans’ promise to overhaul the health-care law is a sprawling objective still in search of a solution. It also has cost the Trump administration precious months of its first year, with tax reform and other priorities left unresolved.
The Senate's health-care bill might be too much for even Marie Antoinette.
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History suggests that presidents who have governed successfully have been both revered and feared. But GOP fixtures in Washington are beginning to conclude that Trump may be neither, and he has struggled to get lawmakers to move in lockstep on major issues like health care.
The report makes Paul Manafort the second former senior Trump adviser to retroactively acknowledge the need to disclose work for foreign interests.
Sekulow, the most visible member of the legal team defending President Trump in the Russia probe, is poised to capitalize on his new role in ways that are not obvious to the public.
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In an open letter to his customers, the Baltimore restaurant owner blamed the Trump administration “for targeting the Hispanic community.”
Family members say authorities are taking too long to decide whether the officer was justified in the shooting, or if he will face criminal charges.
Despite years of effort to spur development in underserved areas, the 160,000 residents of Wards 7 and 8 have a total of three full-service groceries. In contrast, gentrifying Ward 6 has 10.
The Utah Republican made the comment that lawmakers have trouble stretching their $174,000 salaries to cover housing weeks after stating that poor people should give up iPhones to pay for health insurance.
The Nationals evened the series against the defending World Series champs with a 6-1 win after Chicago’s right-hander lasted only four innings.
The 88-acre island will be temporarily closed to remove trees that have fallen prey to the exotic beetle.
The first daughter and White House adviser followed the meal with a SoulCycle session the next morning.
The victims were trampled or crushed as fans flooded into an already-full section of the stadium. Six people face charges in the deaths, including a former police chief superintendent who was in charge on the day of the disaster.
The estimated 4.3 percent increase came after Trump hit other members for shortfalls. But some of the spending hike was already in motion before Trump’s election. 
Systems as far afield as Asia and the United States were hit, but the epicenter of the outbreak was in Ukraine.
In his short 2½ months on the Supreme Court, Neil M. Gorsuch has proved himself to be a self-assured jurist unafraid of the big stage.
Yusuf al-Qaradawi is a hard-line cleric and TV star who has riled Arabs in other Persian Gulf countries for years. Will Qatar be forced to shut him down?
Art Review
The project, a collection of 176 portraits of dissidents, political prisoners and activists, was first seen in 2014 as part of a huge exhibition the artist created on Alcatraz Island in California.
In February 2016, presidential candidate Donald Trump promised $6 million in donations, including $1 million from his own pocket, to charities along his campaign trail. Months later, he had donated far less than he pledged. Post reporter David A. Fahrenthold went in search of the missing money and found a bigger story than he ever expected.
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