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Foiled in Congress, Trump Signs Order to Undermine Obamacare

Foiled in Congress, Trump Signs Order to Undermine Obamacare

President Trump signed an executive order on health care in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Thursday. more »

Have dirt that could impeach Trump? Larry Flynt will pay you $10 million

Have dirt that could impeach Trump? Larry Flynt will pay you $10 million

Larry Flynt’s ad in the Sunday edition of The Washington Post is hard to miss. more »

U.S. judge blocks latest Trump travel restrictions

U.S. judge blocks latest Trump travel restrictions

A family exits after clearing immigration and customs at Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Virginia, U.S. more »

Analysis | George W. Bush’s unmistakable takedown of Trumpism — and Trump

Analysis | George W. Bush’s unmistakable takedown of Trumpism — and Trump

Speaking at a George W. Bush Institute event in New York, Bush didn't use Trump's name, but his target became clearer as the speech progressed. more »

Perspective | Working at Google seemed like a dream job. The reality has been a tedious, pointless nightmare.

October 18, 2017

The banner atop the Google Careers portal caught my eye back when I was one of 3 million hungry applicants: “Do Cool Things That Matter.” It speaks at once of the tech industry’s casual hipness and its passionate purpose. It spoke to me.

Key US senators reach bipartisan health-care subsidy deal, and Trump expresses support

October 17, 2017

A pair of leading Republican and Democratic senators reached an agreement Tuesday to fund key federal health-care subsidies that President Trump ended last week — and the president expressed support for the plan.

But it was unclear whether Senate GOP leaders would embrace the proposal, leaving its long-term prospects in doubt.

‘Disrespectful lie’: Anger grows over Trump’s claims about past presidents and fallen troops

October 17, 2017

Anger sparked by President Trump’s false claims on Monday that former president Barack Obama and other past presidents did not reach out to families of fallen American troops swelled into the night.

Trump's Commerce Secretary Left More Than $2 Billion Off Of His Financial Disclosure Report

October 16, 2017

Before Wilbur Ross was confirmed by the U.S. Senate with a vote of 72 to 27, the newly appointed commerce secretary told his committee inquirers, “I intend to be quite scrupulous about recusal and any topic where there is the slightest scintilla of doubt.”