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Fact Check: Fact Check: Trump’s Misleading Claims on the Health Bill Failure

President Trump, with Tom Price, the secretary of health and human services, spoke Friday from the Oval Office after the Republicans pulled their health bill ...

March 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Public Health: Trump’s Choice on Obamacare: Sabotage or Co-opt?

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act outside the White House on Tuesday. President Trump said the health law is “exploding now.”

March 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

With Obamacare repeal dreams dashed, what can GOP accomplish?

Republicans suffered a bruising, self-inflicted blow Friday when they tanked their own health care bill.         

March 24 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Amid Trump Inquiry, a Primer on Surveillance Practices and Privacy

Representatives Adam B. Schiff, left, and Devin Nunes of the House Intelligence Committee spoke about their panel’s inquiry.

March 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Watch: House set to vote on bill to replace Obamacare

The USA TODAY NETWORK provided live coverage of this event.         

March 24 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

How the Health Care Vote Fell Apart, Step by Step

Speaker Paul D. Ryan leaving a news conference Friday after the American Health Care Act was pulled before a vote.

March 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

GOP fails to muster votes, pulls Obamacare replacement

Speaker Paul Ryan suspended the vote on the American Health Care Act after too many Republicans defected. Video provided by Newsy         

March 24 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Trump Blames Democrats for Failure of Health Bill

The president, insisting that the Affordable Care Act will collapse in the next year, also tried to minimize the deep divisions within his own party that ...

March 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Missing black girls in DC spark outrage, prompt calls for federal help

Two months ago, the Washington Metropolitan Police Department's new commander, Chanel Dickerson, made a pledge: Let's find our missing girls.

March 24 CNN POLITICS

Can the Arts Thrive Without Washington? A Kansas Town Says Yes

Brenda Meder, the executive director of the Hays Arts Council in Hays, Kan.: “When what you’re about is important enough to you, you will find a way. And ...

March 24 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

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