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What's life like when you are a member of Congress? Alabama Public Television is seeking to answer that question in a new documentary airing Sunday night. U.S. Rep. Martha Roby, R-...
In a phone interview late Saturday, Trump told the Post he’ll force drug companies to negotiate directly with the government for  Medicare and Medicaid pricing. “They’re polit...
Hundreds rally in Massachusetts to save 'Obamacare' - SFGate
-SFgate - Sun Jan 15 16:42:42 EST 2017
BOSTON (AP) — Hundreds of people have gathered outside Boston's Faneuil Hall calling on Congress to save the Affordable Care Act. Among the Democrats leading Sunday's rally were bo...
Manchin: Republicans should learn from Dems' ObamaCare mistakes
-The Hill - Mon Jan 16 07:00:54 EST 2017
Sen. (D-W.Va.) said Monday that Republicans trying to repeal ObamaCare should learn from Democrats’ mistakes when the legislation initially passed in 2010. “If you want to learn fr...
Staff members put up logos of the World Economic Forum at the Congress Center in Davos, Switzerland, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. Business and world leaders are gathering for the annual ...
Trump vows 'insurance for everybody' in replacing Obamacare
-Reuters - Sun Jan 15 16:12:02 EST 2017
WASHINGTON U.S. President-elect Donald Trump aims to replace Obamacare with a plan that would envisage "insurance for everyone," he said in an interview with the Washington Post pu...
Thousands of people showed up in Warren, Michigan, where Sen. Bernie Sanders called people to resist Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare. It was one of a number of rallies Democ...
The Facebook page for the Jan. 21 Women’s March on Washington says nearly 200,000 people plan on going and an additional 256,000 are interested, compared to the Presidential Inaugu...
Letter: For ACA reform, first, do no harm
-Kane County Chronicle - Tue Jan 17 04:16:34 EST 2017
While Congress prepares to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, it’s important to remember what’s really at stake – the health and well-being of people – including more th...
New Motorola Phones Will Be Announced Next Month
-Ubergizmo - Sun Jan 15 07:46:08 EST 2017
It has been a while since Motorola – now owned by Lenovo – came out with new smartphones. It looks like that spell is going to end next month. It can now be expected that new Motor...
This 4-Year-Old Girl Has Read More Than 1,000 Books
-Jezebel - Sat Jan 14 11:02:24 EST 2017
Daliyah Marie Arana has read more than 1,000 books, and she’s just four years old. That’s 250 books per year, or four books per week, assuming that she exited her mother’s womb alr...
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul teased Americans late Saturday by tweeting a picture of his bill that will repeal President Barack Obama’s signature legislation, The Affordable Care Act. P...
The First Votes for ObamaCare Repeal
-The Wall Street Journal - Fri Jan 13 19:45:51 EST 2017
The press is full of ObamaCare stories about disarray among Republicans, and there has been some of that, but maybe this untidiness is a normal part of governing. Congress ended th...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A federal appeals court has denied a disgraced former Pennsylvania congressman's request to remain free while appealing his conviction on racketeering charges w...
Trump Tweets Response to John Lewis: ‘All Talk,’ No Action
-Mediaite - Sat Jan 14 07:12:35 EST 2017
President-elect Donald Trump responded to John Lewis saying he’s not a “legitimate president,” and what he said got quite a lot of Twitter blowback. A lot of Democratic members of ...
Florida congressman taken from Capitol on stretcher
-Orlando Sentinel - Sun Jan 15 07:02:45 EST 2017
A freshman congressman from Florida, John Rutherford, has been wheeled out of the U.S. Capitol on a stretcher. Kelly Simpson, Rep. John Rutherford's chief of staff, says doctors ar...
A 24-year-old Bayonne man stabbed himself in the chest following a dispute with his girlfriend early yesterday morning, police said. The stabbing was reported near Summit Avenue an...
U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge to skip Donald Trump's inauguration
-Cleveland.com - Mon Jan 16 07:01:33 EST 2017
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge says she'll skip Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday in solidarity with Georgia's John Lewis, who is boycotting the event because he doesn't ...
You may feel like a lifetime has passed since the last State of the Union address, but in truth it was only a year ago that President Barack Obama took the lectern to urge aga...
UN leader willing to meet lawmakers amid push to cut funding
-The Hill - Fri Jan 13 19:01:01 EST 2017
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is willing to talk with U.S. lawmakers, an aide said Friday, as some GOP senators push to cut funding for the U.N. over a controve...
Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017 4:30 am To the Editor: On Thursday, “Obamacare” was repealed by the new GOP-controlled Congress. From now on, it is being called “Trumpcare” beca...
@PatriciaMazzei @lesleyclark @ngameztorres For all the bluster Miami’s Cuban-American Republicans in Congress delivered after President Barack Obama’s stunning decision Thursday to...
Fox News Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Sunday previewed his ObamaCare replacement plan -- in an apparent effort to take the lead in the growing GOP effort to simultaneously repeal and...
The feud between President-elect Donald Trump and a civil rights icon continued on the air waves on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. "I think the Russians participated in helping this m...
Women's march in DC an echo of the past - SFGate
-SFgate - Mon Jan 16 04:15:41 EST 2017
In this photo provided by the Library of Congress, taken in 1913, German actress Hedwig Reicher wearing costume of "Columbia" with other suffrage pageant participants standing in b...
Finding unity on a new health-care law - CSMonitor.com
-The CS Monitor - Mon Jan 16 10:00:58 EST 2017
—When he first ran for president, Barack Obama promised universal access to health care insurance – without forcing people to buy it. His campaign position sought to balance person...
'Retroactive' is the word
-Futures - Fri Jan 13 19:58:13 EST 2017
The impressive Trump-o-phoria U.S. equities rally has stalled since mid-December. Even the strongest of markets tend to get tired after extended divergence above the longer term un...
The Latest: Capitol architect says pig painting breaks rules
-TownHall - Sat Jan 14 04:12:14 EST 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Congress (all times EST): 7:25 p.m. A GOP congressman's office says a painting on Capitol grounds that has stirred controversy will come down Tuesda...
Undoing Obama: Who Should Do Which Government Rollbacks?
-Townhall.com - Mon Jan 16 07:57:58 EST 2017
Donald Trump will be sworn in to succeed President Barack Obama on Friday. Trump is the incoming, in large part because he repeatedly promised to undo much of what has been done by...
It's president Barack Obama's last week. Is the American left ready to consider reining in executive power yet? Coming to terms with the bipartisan stake in not tolerating unilater...
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