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The Trump SoHo Is Not Doing Tremendous Business, Will Reportedly Lay Off Hotel Employees

The struggling hotel is preparing to fire about 12 workers, and cut back on its turndown service.

The Biggest Outrage of Trumpcare Continues to Be the Massive Medicaid Cuts

This reality should be at the center of the debate over CBO’s “score” of the GOP health bill.

U.S. Reportedly Cut Off from Manchester Attack Intelligence After Leaks to Press

The British are said to be “furious” that crime scene photos and the bomber’s identity were leaked to the U.S. press.

Jeff Sessions Didn’t Disclose Russia Meetings in His Security Clearance Application

Once again, his staff claimed he didn’t need to share who he met with as senator.

Montana Republican Congressional Candidate Allegedly ‘Body Slams’ Journalist

A reporter says he was attacked by the front-runner on the eve of a special election. That might not please some swing voters.

Report: Dubious Russian Intel Influenced Clinton Email Investigation

A document from Russian intelligence that the FBI now considers unreliable played a big role in the James Comey’s handling of the Clinton probe.

Trumpcare Would Cost 23 Million Americans Their Health Coverage, Says CBO

And that's just part of the bad news the Congressional Budget Office delivered to republicans about their health care bill.

Ben Carson Says Poverty Is Largely ‘a State of Mind’

Malnutrition is just a mind-set. Homelessness is where the heart is.

A Debt-Limit Crisis Could Arrive Sooner Rather Than Later

Hard-line conservatives in Congress who are angry about deficits may find a way to take a debt-limit increase hostage.

Trump Org Says Keeping Promise to Donate All Foreign Profits Is Too Hard, So It’s Not

Tracking all foreign profits “would impede upon personal privacy and diminish the guest experience of our brand,” the company said.

Trump’s Cuts to AIDS-Treatment Programs Would Kill 1 Million, Researchers Say

America saves one million lives for every $1 billion it spends on HIV treatment. But Trump would rather invest that money in a border wall.

U.K. Authorities Suspect Manchester Suicide Bomber Is Part of Larger Network

Abedi traveled back and forth to Libya over the last few years, where his father returned as recently as 2011.

Will New York and California Take the Plunge on Single-Payer Health Care?

With the national debate in chaos, big blue states might just go it alone on socialized medicine.

The House Intel Committee Is Planning to Subpoena Mike Flynn

The former national security adviser is highly sought after on Capitol Hill.

Pro-Trumpcare Republicans Owned $23 Million in Health-Care Stock

When the House GOP voted to repeal Obamacare, many were also voting to advance the interests of pharmaceutical companies they owned shares of.

Both Parties Are Spinning Hard in Montana’s Strange, Evolving Special Election

Final question in a nationalized context between the parties: Who will vote on a Thursday before a holiday weekend?

Trump’s ‘Regulatory Adviser’ Made $60 Million by Advising Trump to Deregulate His Company

Trump made Carl Icahn his “special regulatory adviser” — and let him advise the government to relax renewable fuel standards on his company.

Joe Lieberman Reportedly Out of the Running for FBI Director

Trump just lost all his Joementum in the search to replace James Comey.

Pope Francis Gives President Trump Some Pretty Pointed Gifts

Including a copy of his 2015 encyclical on climate change and the environment --- which Trump promised he’d read.

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