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When Preet Bharara announced Saturday via tweet that he’d been fired from his position as Manhattan U.S. attorney, it came from his personal account – at the time, little more than a week old. The move immediately paid off.
Republican leaders have been talking about a three-part approach to reworking the U.S. health-care system in recent days. What does that mean and why are they doing it?
Current health bill won't pass, senators warn; examining Trump's leaked taxes; more in our morning newsletter.
Here is a status report on the promises Donald Trump made about health-care coverage.
By stripping federal funding from clinics affiliated with women’s health organization Planned Parenthood, the House Republican health-care plan would reduce poor people’s access to birth-control services and likely result in more pregnancies, according to a report from the CBO.
Administration officials defended the GOP health plan while many lawmakers of both parties in Congress voiced concerns, in the wake of a report released by the Congressional Budget Office.
Capital Journal Daybreak: The CBO's big numbers; Tillerson's email alias; Trump OKs CIA to conduct drone strikes; more in our morning newsletter.
An analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office found that the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would leave tens of millions more people without insurance compared with current law, while leading to lower federal budgets deficits. Here are the highlights of the CBO’s cost estimate report, edited for clarity. Ranks […]
A distinct theme emerged in the questions facing White House press secretary Sean Spicer during his Monday afternoon briefing: Does the president tell the truth?
Republicans are distancing themselves from remarks made by Rep. after the Iowa lawmaker implied that immigrants were undermining America.
HIGHLIGHTS GOP Health Plan Would Hit Rural Areas Hard Republicans Pose Growing Challenge to Trump’s Trade Agenda Preet Bharara’s Probes Likely to Continue After His Exit Schiff Sees Scant Evidence on Wiretapping Claim Seib Video: Trump and Merkel to Discuss Refugees, Russia GOP HEALTH PLAN WOULD HIT RURAL AREAS HARD: The House Republican effort to overhaul […]
Days after tweeting his opposition to the House Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid’s chief medical officer abruptly cancelled an appearance at the South by Southwest festival.
Did the White House break a federal rule when officials tweeted about a major economic indicator?
Donald Trump's spokesman acknowledged that the White House was now cheering job growth figures that Mr. Trump routinely dismissed on the campaign trail as misleading: "They may have been phony in the past, but it's very real now."
Trump Keeps a Lower Profile GOP Health Plan Advances, Despite Some Party Strife Washington State to Fight New Trump Travel Order Investors Eye Jobs Report Before Next Week’s Fed Meeting Seib Video: GOP Health Plan Faces Tougher Road in Senate TRUMP LOWERS PROFILE AFTER OBAMA WIRETAP ACCUSATION: President Donald Trump has spent less than 15 […]
The House Oversight Committee wants to know how the White House and federal agencies are retaining messages sent by disappearing-text apps, as well as the president's deleted tweets.
The Democrats have been quick to dub the House GOP health care bill "Trumpcare." The president, who has put his name on everything from vodka to neckties, has yet to embrace the nickname.
Opposition Mounts as GOP’s Health Bill Undergoes Review FBI Probing How WikiLeaks Got CIA Spy Tools Trump Begins to Map Out $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Ivanka Trump’s Landlord Is a Chilean Billionaire Suing the U.S. Government Seib...Show More Summary
A GOP outside group closely aligned with Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) is set to begin airing ads targeted at 30 members of the Freedom Caucus, urging their constituents to call them to vote in favor of Republican leadership’s bill to replace the Affordable Care Act.
Several members of the Senate panel investigating alleged Russian interference in the presidential election viewed documents at CIA headquarters and left with more questions than answers, according to Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the intelligence committee.