Trump’s depiction of the bill as a nightmare would have resonated more three years ago.
• President’s son-in-law defends himself in Russia matter … Trump tells Republicans to advance health bill (or else) …
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Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, delivered a rare statement outside the White House on Monday to tell the public what he has told Congress: that the Trump campaign was innocent of underhanded dealings with Russia.
I did not collude, nor know of anyone else in the campaign who colluded, with any foreign government. I had no improper contacts. I have not relied on Russian funds to finance my business activities in the private sector.
– Jared Kushner
OK, Episode 2. We’re in. Join us for the weekly recap of life in the Seven Kingdoms as characters return and reunions are had.
- Crew was fishing 100 miles off coast in area known as Hudson Canyon
- ‘Kevin’s passion and persistence has paid off today for a fish of a lifetime’
A fishing crew in New Jersey has reeled in a 12ft, 926lb shortfin mako shark, which officials say is the biggest shark catch in the history of the state.
Back in May, we reported that Gmail's Smart Replies had come to the Gmail app for iOS and Android. Now, the feature is being expanded further. The Gmail Twitter account announced today that Smart Reply is now available in Spanish for both iOS and And…
Indigenous panellist says being involved in politics is an imperative, not a choice, on a youth panel united in its support for same-sex marriage
As a gay Aboriginal woman, becoming involved in politics was never a choice, 16-year-old Aretha Stewart-Brown told the ABC’s Q&A program on Monday.
“Being part of certain minority groups you don’t get a choice of going into politics, you’re kind of born into it,” said the Gumbaynggirr woman, who was chosen as Australia’s first female Indigenous prime minister at the National Youth Indigenous Parliament last month.
Tuesday: Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser says he had ‘no improper contacts’. Plus: Australians back new home affairs ministry
Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on 24 July.
On the eve of what could be a key vote, the president called Obamacare a “big fat ugly lie.”
NASA's dreams of a quiet supersonic jet are one step closer to fruition. The agency tells Bloomberg that it'll start taking bids to build a larger (94-foot) real-world demo version of the aircraft that it tunnel-tested in June, and we now have a cle…