North Carolina lawmakers announced late last night a proposed repeal of the controversial law that has cost the state jobs and millions of dollars, but it was not clear whether the compromise would be able to gather the votes needed to pass. The NCAA had given lawmakers until today to change the law if it wanted to host any college sports championships through 2022.
Congressional Republicans are working on a deal to keep the government open past April 28, but their bid hinges on courting Democrats wary of President Trump while skirting the wrath of hardline conservatives and Trump himself.
After the GOP’s humiliating health-care defeat in the House last week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is under heavy pressure to put President Trump’s to-do list back on track by confirming his Supreme Court nominee and averting a late-April federal government shutdown — all in the face of intensifying Democratic resistance.
Sergei Millian’s role in the dossier lays bare the challenge facing the FBI as it tries to separate fact from fiction in the probe of President Trump’s possible ties to Russia. While some of the unproven claims attributed to the Belarusan-American businessman are bizarre, there are indications he had contacts with Trump’s circle.
At a House hearing, the health and human services secretary outlined how his department could make insurance cheaper by scaling back several mandates, including what the Affordable Care Act currently defines as “essential benefits” in coverage.
The Caps’ power play stayed hot, scoring twice to make it five goals in the past two games, as Washington notched a 5-3 victory to push its lead over Columbus to five points in the tight Metropolitan Division race.
Responding to criticism from ethics groups, the president's eldest daughter will officially become an unpaid government employee, serving as an assistant to the president and adviser. She joins her husband, Jared Kushner, in taking an official role in the Trump administration.
Maryland resident Ricardo Pineda spent six years in the military. But now he fears his wife, who has checked in regularly with immigration authorities since 2011, could be detained when she goes back to them on April 4.
Andrew Napolitano, who was reportedly pulled from the air earlier this month, unapologetically stood by his unfounded accusations that British intelligence officials spied on President Trump at former president Obama's request.