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Drone Strike Kills Planner of 2008 Islamabad Hotel Bombing, U.S. Says

The man who was killed, Qari Yasin, had ties to the Pakistani Taliban. The 2008 bombing killed more than 50 people in Pakistan’s capital.

12:51 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Boris Epshteyn, a Trump TV Surrogate, Is Let Go From White House Job

Mr. Epshteyn, who had a contentious relationship with television producers, was once a frequent presence on TV himself.

March 25 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Rep. Mark Sanford: 'Testosterone can get you in trouble'

While President Donald Trump is blaming Democrats for the collapse of the Republican health care plan and others point fingers at the conservative House ...

March 25 CNN POLITICS

Pence jokes GOP health care bill needed help from WWE

Vice President Pence joked Saturday that Republicans could have used the muscle of professional wrestlers to pass a bill undoing Obamacare.         

March 25 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Graham on health care: Republicans and Democrats need to work together

A day after President Donald Trump labeled the Democrats the ultimate losers in the failed Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, Sen. ...

March 25 CNN POLITICS

Fact check: GOP’s Obamacare obituary is premature

Republicans repeatedly claim that Obamacare is in a “death spiral,” collapsing of its own weight. This is wishful thinking on their part, with little evidence ...

March 25 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Is Trump frustrated with Jared Kushner for skiing

While President Trump’s health care bill was pulled before reaching a vote Friday, his daughter and son-in-law were spending family quality time in Aspen. ...

March 25 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Vice President Pence meets with his "second-favorite" Reagans

Vice President Pence met Saturday with a couple who revere Ronald Reagan as much as he does.         

March 25 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

North Korea’s Rising Ambition Seen in Bid to Breach Global Banks

A North Korean military officer at the Mangyongdae Revolutionary School, a military school near Pyongyang, in 2013. Hackers linked to the country are targeting ...

March 25 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

U.S.-Led Coalition Confirms Strikes Hit Mosul Site Where Civilians Died

The Pentagon had acknowledged on Friday that it was investigating reports that its airstrikes had caused deaths in Mosul.

March 25 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

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