June 2017 Archive

Dazed GOP bolts Washington in health care disarray

Senate Republicans skipped town on Thursday afternoon facing stiff internal opposition to their health care proposal and a Fourth of July recess in which critics ...

MSNBC staffers angered by Trump’s tweets

It takes a lot to shock reporters in the Trump era. The president managed to do that on Thursday morning. MSNBC staffers say they were ...

Inside Jared Kushner’s circle of trust

In his former life as a Manhattan real estate developer and newspaper owner, Jared Kushner often lunched with Alan Patricof, a venture capitalist and Democratic ...

Long anticipated Trump-Putin meeting raises worries

President Donald Trump plans to sit down with Vladimir Putin next week, pursuing warmer relations with the Russian leader, despite multiple investigations into his campaign’s ...

Hawaii challenges Trump stance on Supreme Court travel ban ruling

The State of Hawaii is asking a federal judge to rule that the administration’s latest plan to carry out President Donald Trump’s travel ban executive ...

Pastors in Texas find new ways to serve fearful immigrants

HOUSTON (AP) – On one of his recent visits to the home of an immigrant family, Julio Barquero asked everyone sitting in the living room ...

Feds will now target relatives who smuggled in children

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The Trump administration plans to arrest parents and other relatives who authorities believe smuggled their children into the United States, a ...

'Repeal, replace' health care bill doesn't have consensus among Senate GOP

Republican senators fled Washington on Thursday without a clear resolution on health care, leaving them to face voters back home after having failed to make ...

Disabled protesters arrested at Sen. Gardner's Denver office

DENVER (AP) – Police arrested a group of disabled protesters on Thursday evening who had spent three days camped out in Republican Sen. Cory Gardner’s ...

Hawaii challenges latest Trump travel ban rules; Obama judge to decide

Hawaii rushed to federal court late Thursday to challenge the revived travel ban, saying the Trump administration is drawing too broad a line in deciding ...

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