GOP health-care plan hangs in balance as House leaders push for Thursday floor vote
The Republican health-care overhaul faces its greatest test ever on Thursday, as President Trump and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) work feverishly to persuade enough Republican lawmakers to back the measure and push it to a floor vote.
Here's what happens if the House fails to pass the Trump-backed Obamacare replacement
AHCA was on a knife edge. Now it may have fallen off
Republicans Are Nearing A Last-Minute Deal To Save Their Health Care Bill
London Terrorist Attack: Why British Police Don't Arm All Officers
LONDON — Wednesday's attack near the heart of Britain's democracy may have been shocking, but authorities have known for years that something like it was coming. Last year — when Brits watched terrorists strike France, Germany, and Belgium ...
London attack: What we know, one day later
London attack: The heroes who rushed to help
Islamic State says one of its 'soldiers' carried out London attack
Israeli man, 19, arrested in connection with threats against Jewish Community Centers in US, other nations
JERUSALEM — A young Israeli man who also holds U.S. citizenship was arrested by Israeli police Thursday in connection with the wave of security-related threats made to Jewish communities and institutions in the United States and several other ...
Israeli man arrested in US Jewish community center bomb threats
Jewish Center Bomb Threat Suspect Is Arrested in Israel
US-Israeli Citizen Arrested for JCC Threats
How the government may have spied on Trump's team
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes' surprise allegations Wednesday touched on one of the most confusing aspects of the U.S. government's spying powers — the danger that routine surveillance of foreign targets will scoop up and expose Americans' ...
Nunes shows why he's incapable of running an investigation
Monitoring May Have 'Incidentally' Picked Up Trump Aides, House Member Says
Dem rep: Nunes 'betrayed' Intelligence panel's independence
Trump Hits Time Reporter: 'I Can't Be Doing So Badly, Because I'm President and You're Not.'
Donald Trump is feeling good so far about his performance as President of the United States. That was the message he gave in a feisty new interview to Time Magazine's Washington Bureau Chief, Michael Scherer. In the famous publication's most recent ...
Trump defends wild claims: 'I'm president, and you're not'
Trump defends several unsubstantiated claims in interview
Trump: 'I can't be doing so badly, because I'm president and you're not'
New York Daily News
Rick Perry says Texas A&M student election of first openly gay president might have been fixed
New York Daily News
Energy Secretary and former Texas Governor Rick Perry wants an investigation into the elections — but not the one that helped get him his current job. Perry said Bobby Brooks, the first openly gay student body president elected to Texas A&M University ...
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Just Weighed in on a Student Body Election That Hinged on Glow Sticks
Rick Perry blasts election of Texas A&M's first openly gay student body president
Perry: Did A&M shun due process in the name of 'diversity?'
Former Russian Lawmaker Is Shot To Death Outside Hotel In Kiev
Denis Voronenkov, who fled Russia last October and has criticized President Vladimir Putin's government, was killed in Kiev Thursday, in an apparent assassination that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is reportedly calling "state terrorism ...
Ukraine accuses Russia of 'state terrorism' after former MP shot
Putin critic Denis Voronenkov shot dead in Ukraine
Ukraine Decries 'Act of State Terror' As Ex-Russian MP Shot Dead
NYPD: Midtown stabbing suspect says he's from white supremacist group
James Harris Jackson, 28, of Maryland, who police said traveled to New York City with the intent of attacking and killing black men, told them he was a member of a white supremacist group. According to the New York City Police Department, he detailed ...
Fatal stabbing suspect went to New York to target black males, reports say
White supremacist accused of murder says he came to NYC to kill blacks
BREAKING NEWS: Man arrested after trying to drive a car into a crowd on a busy shopping street in Antwerp
A man wearing camouflage has been arrested after trying to drive a car with French plates into a crowd on a busy shopping street in Antwerp. Belgian police, who confirmed more security personnel had been sent to the area, said the car was being driven ...
Man held for 'driving at crowd' in Antwerp, Belgium
Belgium increases security in Antwerp after car chase
Man arrested for trying to drive car into crowd in Belgian city: reports
Christian Science Monitor
What we know about Trump team Russia links – and why that matters
Christian Science Monitor
The White House moves to disassociate itself from four Trump associates linked to Russia. A new report suggests that one of them, former campaign chair Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to help Vladimir Putin. Monitor's Best: Top ...
What We Know About Paul Manafort's Links to Oleg Deripaska and the Kremlin
Trump team downplaying report Paul Manafort paid $10M to help Putin
Report: Treasury Department investigating former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort