A new poll shows 56 percent of Americans prefer Obamacare to a GOP proposal, which is already hanging by a thread
Homeland Security officials informed individual states Friday on hacking probe.
The Post’s Michael Scherer followed former Alabama chief justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore in the final days of his campaign against Sen. Luther Strange (R). Here’s a look into the controversial race.
Justices will consider whether Wisconsin’s redistricting map violates the Constitution.
Trump has endorsed the other candidate, incumbent Sen. Luther Strange.
“Don’t be on your phone while being president. Put it down. Might do something dumb and cause an accident.”
Officials consider new rules as a key portion of the controversial travel ban is set to expire.
- NBA superstar says he ‘doesn’t want’ to celebrate title with Donald Trump
- Champions yet to formally decide if they will accept White House invitation
- Curry says team could help ‘inspire change’ by not making traditional visit
Steph Curry, the two-time NBA MVP, says the Golden State Warriors can “inspire some change” and “send a statement” by snubbing a visit to Donald Trump’s White House.
The Warriors franchise have yet to make a decision as to whether they will celebrate their NBA title with the US president – and indeed have yet to receive a formal invitation. But Curry reiterated his stance that he will vote no when the time comes. “I don’t want to go,” Curry told a press conference.
- Arizona senator says he can’t vote for Republican plan to replace Obamacare… DeVos scraps Obama rules on investigating campus assault… and more
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Senator John McCain said the latest Republican plan to dismantle Barack Obama’s healthcare law did not pass his test for “regular order” and he would be voting no, likely ruining the bill’s chances for passing.
I take no pleasure in announcing my opposition. Far from it. The bill’s authors are my dear friends and I think the world of them.
– Senator John McCain
State Sen. Dino Rossi said Thursday he would seek the seat being vacated by Rep. Dave Reichert (R-Wash.) during an appearance at the Washington State Republican Party’s annual dinner.