The Affordable Care Act -- also called Obamacare or the ACA -- extended health insurance to 20 million people while closing loopholes in existing insurance for everyone. The GOP proposal to replace it would take health insurance away from 24 million people and reopen those loopholes.
By Cindy Pearson Tribune News Service (tns)
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Even after narrow passage of the American Health Care Act in the House this month, we don't fully know what Trumpcare will become.
By Tom Miller Tribune News Service
You know you did nothing wrong. You always know. Did Roger or Carter talk to the Russians about Hillary's emails? How would you know? Roger loves all that dirty-tricks stuff. You weren't around those guys every minute of every day, and they weren't telling you every single thing they did.
By Ramesh Ponnuru Bloomberg View (tns)
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President Donald Trump's abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey is more than merely troubling. It's destabilizing.
The Dallas Morning News (tns)
Whether it's a matter of hardwired instincts or dutifully handed-down rituals, we can all nod our heads and acknowledge that there are certain statements or behaviors that are typical of almost all mothers.
On Saturday, the largest single-day food collection in our community will occur with the annual Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Each year, on the second Saturday of May, U.S.
Straight out of the "If Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It" playbook of unnecessary tinkering the U.S.
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Mitch McConnell is no Howard Baker.
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Of all the problems in our democracy, near the top of the list is partisan gerrymandering.
By Sam Wang And Brian Remlinger Los Angeles Times (tns)
The ink is barely dry on an agreement to keep the federal government open, and the talk of Washington is already about another shutdown at the end of the fiscal year in September.
By Bryan Desloge Tribune News Service (tns)
It's far from perfect, but the latest version of the state's biennium budget presents a more level-headed approach than the one Gov. John Kasich offered. Still, the Ohio House budget, a $63.
President Donald Trump took office with half of Americans expecting greatness and the other half gravely suspicious of the presidency that would unfold. Generously feeding that suspicion: an FBI investigation of Trump's moot presidential campaign.
Chicago Tribune (tns)
WASHINGTON -- This will not stand.
If the French election that installed Emmanuel Macron as president caught you by surprise, it could be because France cast its votes on Sunday. That's right.
Star Tribune (minneapolis) (tns)
Last month the White House released guidance on how it would like to reform the federal tax code, and since then reviews have been predictably mixed. Often these evaluations have fallen squarely along party lines, which can make it difficult to form an objective opinion.
By Dan White The Philadelphia Inquirer
Over the past five years, teams representing the Department of Justice and the Food and Drug Administration Office of Criminal Investigations have prosecuted multiple cases against unlicensed wholesalers selling large quantities of non-FDA-approved medications to U.S. doctors.
By Louis J. Freeh The Philadelphia Inquirer
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Thirty-five years ago this week, my father passed away at the age of 43. Fifty years ago this week, my baby brother was born. He never saw his 43rd birthday, dying unexpectedly at 30.
By Christine Flowers Philadelphia Daily News (tns)
The founders understood the importance of free speech, a free press and the right to practice any religion. It was so important, it is listed first in the Bill of Rights.