Fourteen of the 15 states that would stand to gain from block grants are run by Republicans; Democratic strongholds, including California and New York, would lose billions of dollars under the Cassidy-Graham proposal, a feature the bill’s two main sponsors have talked up to conservatives.
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Sen. Lisa Murkowski is trailed by the media. (Bloomberg)
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is trailed by the media. (Bloomberg)
Another effort to replace the Affordable Care Act is underway, and in Washington this year, that means one thing: Sen. Lisa Murkowski is at the center of it all — under the glare of the national spotlight and squarely on the minds of White House officials and Senate Republican leaders who are strenuously seeking her support.
In his U.N. speech, Hassan Rouhani vowed Iran would not be the first to walk away from the 2015 nuclear deal.
Puerto Rico's emergency management director Abner Gomez, said: "The information we have received is not encouraging. It's a system that has destroyed everything it has had in its path."
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In harrowing scenes that horrified Mexicans, rescuers pulled the bodies of dozens of children from the ruins of the elementary school.
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While the deadly protest in Charlottesville highlighted lapses in law enforcement, officials in D.C. say last weekend’s events shows how Washington is uniquely qualified to handle multiple simultaneous rallies.
The longtime Democratic leader says he plans to remain in his post in 2018, a crucial election year, and beyond.
Leaders of the 177-year-old parish in Lexington, Va., voted 7 to 5 to return the church’s name to what it was decades ago: Grace Episcopal Church.
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The company's founder, a WWII cryptologist, wanted to sell baby furniture but quickly realized toys would keep customers coming back.
The short clip is a masterpiece of virality: it involves a kid, an element of danger and perfect comedic timing.
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America's central bank plans to start trimming down its $4.5 trillion balance sheet — the financial equivalent of going a diet.
The practice has rankled some employees and outside critics, who note that the EPA’s criminal enforcement efforts already are understaffed and that the Trump administration has proposed further cuts to the division.
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The iron-jawed boxer who brawled his way to the world middleweight championship in 1949 had his tempestuous life portrayed in an Oscar-winning performance by Robert De Niro in the film “Raging Bull.”
The Republican National Committee said the money came from a pool stockpiled for election recounts and other legal matters.
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When you think about it, manspreading helps explain two radically divergent views of the way Clinton has handled her election defeat.
It seems just as likely, if not more so, that this is something other than a cycle, that this version of baseball is here to stay.
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