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Representative Greg Walden of Oregon, where the Affordable Care Act has been a success, leads a committee that will have a large role in drafting a replacement.
Coupling academic expertise with charisma, Professor Lowi popularized his theories with an evangelical zeal and a Southern drawl in lectures, television appearances and books.
Mr. Tuccille was a disaffected Roman Catholic looking for a new faith when he discovered the writings of Ayn Rand.
McIlroy was called a “bigot” for agreeing to play a round with the president, but he said accepting the invitation was not an endorsement.
As activists gathered this week for the Conservative Political Action Conference they were still processing what life in the majority means.
What does the president’s chief strategist mean by “economic nationalism” or “deconstruction of the administrative state”?
The president has not acted on campaign promises to move quickly to declare China a currency manipulator or to initiate renegotiation of the Nafta.
The new national security adviser told his staff that the label “radical Islamic terrorism” was not helpful, repudiating language used by the president.
The national debate over transgender rights has resulted in a tangle of contradictory laws governing access to public restrooms and locker rooms.
Reporters from The Times, CNN and Politico were not allowed to enter the office of the press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, in an unusual breach of protocol.
The criticism followed a report that the White House asked the bureau to rebut an article about Trump associates and Russian intelligence officials.
Once again, President Trump criticized the media for not telling the truth before offering several misleading claims.
The scene at a border crossing in Quebec provided a snapshot of those who are leaving the United States and entering Canada illegally.
The Washington “swamp” President Trump likes to denounce is still teeming with life — and it is converging on lawmakers drafting tax legislation.
Former Gov. Steve Beshear is best known for putting the Affordable Care Act in place in Kentucky when he was the state’s governor.
The reality TV star, who supported Donald Trump during his campaign, said his order rescinding bathroom rights was “a disaster.”
The chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers has been dropped from the new administration’s cabinet, depriving it of the council’s academic expertise.
There was a time when the Conservative Political Action Conference did not have a lot of use for Donald J. Trump. Something has changed.
We discuss the message sent by President Trump’s top deputies to the party faithful on Thursday: the Republicans are winning the fight.
The nation is close to what economists believe is full productive capacity. The Trump administration’s ambitious growth targets depend on how much slack remains.