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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has forged a reputation for closing big deals on Capitol Hill. But he fell short this week in crafting a Republican plan to repeal portions of the Affordable Care Act and redraw vast amounts of Medicaid policy.
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.
The Senate's health-care bill might be too much for even Marie Antoinette.
Raymond Blanks usually takes a bus more than three miles to Whole Foods. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
Raymond Blanks usually takes a bus more than three miles to Whole Foods. (Marvin Joseph/The Post)
Over the past decade, the range and quality of grocery stores has proliferated in wealthy neighborhoods. But poor wards have seen supermarkets dwindle, leaving 50,000 people for every grocery store.
The flawed story broke as the cable news giant and other news organizations come under intense scrutiny from President Trump and his supporters.
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Service had been suspended for almost 10 hours after the incident late Tuesday. Trains will be traveling at restricted speeds out of Washington.
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.
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 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.
It’s not clear who created the image or why, but it is displayed prominently at some of his properties.
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.
Welcome to English, where the rules are made up and the exceptions don't matter. For every “ceiling” there’s a “concierge” and a “conscience.”
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