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Visitors from Vero Beach, Fla., witnessed two days of political meltdown as the Republican bill to replace the Affordable Care Act failed to come to a vote in the House.
The president exaggerated the issues facing the existing health law, blaming Democrats for impeding its repeal and playing down his commitment.
President Trump and congressional Republicans must decide quickly whether to make the law work or try to undermine it.
The F.B.I. investigation into possible Trump campaign coordination with Russia and claims by the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee raise questions.
The president’s first high-profile legislative effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act suffered a major defeat. How did it happen?
The president, insisting that the Affordable Care Act will collapse in the next year, also tried to minimize the deep divisions within his own party that prevented passage of the bill.
The Hays Arts Council and other small-town groups have proved nimble in maintaining programs despite inconsistent funding since 2011.
The backing of rules adopted in the Obama administration is one of the most direct moves so far to blunt President Trump’s effort to roll back regulations.
With a new administration relaxing oversight, the prospect of curbing executive pay or forcing climate change accountability may fall to investors.
Excerpts from Elfriede Jelinek’s “On the Royal Road: The Burgher King,” a work inspired by the president, will be presented in New York on Monday.
Mr. Manafort, who served as President Trump’s campaign manager, offered to speak to the committee looking into Russian interference in the election.
Edgar Maddison Welch admitted that he fired an assault rifle inside a restaurant as he investigated spurious claims that the pizzeria was at the center of a child sex-slave ring.
If he is confirmed, Mr. Sullivan would be deputy to Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, even though neither have experience at the State Department.
The Republican legislation, called the American Health Care Act, would, in a rare step, roll back a major social welfare program — with a vote set for Friday afternoon.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system dropped plans to use “Jacob’s New Dress” in a first-grade lesson about bullying after complaints were raised.
The decision by the Trump administration revives a contentious project, opposed by environmentalists, to transport oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast.
The pains of losing the Affordable Care Act would generate a gigantic backlash. But universal access to Medicare would change that.
Cabinet secretaries do not customarily weigh in on student government elections. But Rick Perry is no ordinary cabinet secretary.
People close to President Trump say he is grappling with bouts of self-doubt as his hopes for a quick health-care victory unravel.
Critics had questioned whether the president was violating a lease provision because his hotel was in a federal building, but the G.S.A. said no.