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Donald Trump, Paul Ryan and the Republicans Lost on Obamacare. What Now?
President Donald Trump wants to move on to tax reform, but that battle just got harder for the GOP.
Health Care Overhaul Tests Trump's Negotiating Skills
The president bragged about his deal-making skills during the campaign. Now comes the moment of truth.
Senator Rand Paul: Conservatives Will Block Obamacare Bill
The "negotiation begins" now, the Kentucky Republican says.
Rifts Apparent in First Trump-Merkel Meeting
The U.S. and German leaders appear far apart on foreign policy, trade, immigration.
Trump to Ask for $3.1 Billion for Border Wall
The request is part of a budget "blueprint" the White House is unveiling Thursday.
Religious Freedom Efforts: Next Front Opens in Battle on Gay Marriage
Other states are mulling targeted religious freedom legislation, similar to what South Dakota passed last week.
Is Trump's Strength on the Economy Actually a Weakness?
One Democratic super PAC believes this is where the president should be attacked.
The Agency That Could Derail Republicans' Obamacare Repeal
The proposal is already meeting Republican opposition, and a pending impact assessment could intensify it.
New Trump Travel Ban Addresses Flaws, but Legal Questions Remain
The replacement order aims to avoid the original's troubles, but will it succeed?
Trump Immigration Remarks Giving Supporters—and Critics—Whiplash
The administration has signaled support for Dreamers and comprehensive reform, but offered no policy specifics.
In Address to Congress, Trump Embraces Key GOP Health Care Proposals
The president said he wants to make health care "available to everyone," a break from past comments.
Virginia Governor: Trump Administration Won’t Go After Dreamers
Terry McAuliffe says he received reassurances from DHS Secretary John Kelly on Sunday.
New Democratic Party Chair Tom Perez Promises to Focus on Grassroots Organizing
The former Labor secretary promised to "get back to basics" and fight back against Trump.
Scott Walker, Other Governors Wary of Medicaid Cuts in Obamacare Repeal
An unlikely Republican voice in support of Medicaid funding reflects growing concerns in the states.
Trump's Deportation Plans Would Cost Billions
The Homeland Security secretary has requested huge increases in manpower to round up immigrants.
Does the Race for Democratic Party Leader Matter?
The DNC's relevance depends on how much the next leader can help the party reconnect with the grass roots.
Republicans Brace for Protests During Week at Home
Many in Congress are ducking public events, despite demands from constituents.
How the #Resistance Is Tapping the Tea Party's Playbook
Republican claims the protesters are paid don't hold up to scrutiny.
Reports: Puzder Withdraws Labor Secretary Bid
Charges of spousal abuse dogged the hamburger mogul
Senate Investigation of Trump, Flynn and Russia Moving Forward
A Senate investigation is "starting to review the raw intelligence" on Trump aides' contacts with Russia, lead Democrat says.
Japanese Prime Minister's Visit Gives Trump Chance for Diplomatic Restart
The president is hosting Shinzo Abe in a bid to reassure a key Asian ally.
Sessions Vote Lays Bare Deep Divides in Senate
The partisan divide in the Senate deepened this week, which bodes poorly for legislative dealmaking.
The 'Swamp' Donald Trump Promised to 'Drain' Is Growing Again
It's a bright new day for lobbyists and special interests in Washington, D.C., who seem to have little trouble gaining access to Trump's White House.
Republicans Make It Easier to Keep Big Oil Payments to Foreign Governments a Secret
As former Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson takes over the State Department, anti-corruption rules may be overturned before they go into effect.
LGBT Groups Brace for Trump Religious Freedom Executive Order
Advocates believe an order is coming, despite a White House statement promising to protect the LGBT community.