A small group of centrists, worried that Medicaid cuts would fray the social safety net, could prove pivotal.
“In all candor, we’ve been disappointed that movement is not more dramatic toward a full repeal or rollback (of the Affordable Care Act). But we’re not walking away,” said Tim Phillips, the president of Americans for Prosperity.
Trump read a new report about Russian meddling — and suggested an Obama conspiracy
- Skipper Jimmy Spithill cuts Kiwis’ lead over American boat to 4-1
- Rival skipper Peter Burling says: ‘It’s great to see a bit of fight’
Jimmy Spithill skippered two-time defending champion Oracle Team USA to its first victory of the America’s Cup regatta, taking a thriller in race six to earn a split Saturday and slow the momentum of Emirates Team New Zealand.
- Lyles, 30, was shot dead after reporting a burglary on 18 June
- Two officers say mother of four, who was pregnant, attacked with a knife
Two Seattle police officers who shot and killed a 30-year-old pregnant woman each said in interviews they fired their weapons after the woman suddenly pulled a knife and came after them.
Mike Pence met with Charles Koch Friday night.
The stark divide among Republicans on health-care could force Mitch McConnell to wheel and deal like Harry Reid did to pass Obamacare.
Frank Kerrigan speaks to homeless son by phone 11 days after funeral, having been told of identification made through fingerprints
A southern California man who thought he had buried his son found out 11 days later his son was still alive, after local coroners misidentified a body.
On 6 May, a man was found dead behind a Verizon store in Fountain Valley. Frank J Kerrigan, 82, of Wildomar, said he called the coroner’s office and was told the body was that of his son, Frank M Kerrigan, 57, who suffers from mental illness and had been living on the street.
A witness said he saw the jet skid in the rain, swerve and finally flip onto its canopy.
Mike Pompeo said more needed to be done to stem what he called an increase in the leaking of state secrets to ‘undermine the United States and democracy’
Mike Pompeo, the director of the CIA, has blamed the “worship” of leakers such as Edward Snowden for a rise in the public disclosure of US intelligence.