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House Votes to Reverse Obama's Planned Parenthood Rule
Republicans passed legislation on Thursday reversing former President Barack Obama's lame-duck ban on states withholding taxpayer funds from Planned Parenthood. [ 1 Comment ]

House GOP advances Obamacare repeal efforts this week
House Republicans are advancing Obamacare repeal efforts this week with multiple member meetings to discuss key elements of a replacement plan, even as conservatives increasingly demand a quick vote on repealing the law. [ No Comments ]

Report: 72 convicted of terrorism from 'Trump 7' mostly Muslim countries
Since 9/11, 72 individuals from the seven mostly Muslim countries covered by President Trump's "extreme vetting" executive order have been convicted of terrorism, bolstering the administration's immigration ban. [ 2 Comments ]

Appeals court keeps block on Trump's immigration ban
A federal appeals court decided to keep in place the temporary restraining order halting President Trump's immigration ban as other proceedings move through the lower courts. [ No Comments ]

White House lists 24 terror suspects who previously came to US from countries banned by Trump
The White House on Wednesday afternoon released a list of 24 terror suspects who previously entered the U.S. from the seven countries named in President Trump's Jan. 27 executive order. [ No Comments ]

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The Trump administration's move on Wednesday to rescind guidance allowing transgender students to use the bathrooms of their choice has raised the stakes for an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case that could deliver a landmark decision on the issue.

As president Trump begins his second month in office, he's planning dramatic moves to slash government spending.

Top candidates for Democratic National Committee chairman were furiously whipping votes Thursday, just two days before the close of a contentious four-month campaign.

Despite President Donald Trump's claim to keep marijuana laws regulated at the state level, the nation will see 'greater enforcement' of federal cannabis laws in regards to recreational marijuana, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said during a media briefing Thursday.

The Trump administration is considering a first-of-its-kind federal tax credit scholarship program that would channel billions of dollars to families from working-class households to enable their children to attend private schools, including religious schools.

The U.S. central bank on Wednesday cited improving economic signals as a reason for the decision this month to raise key interest rates by a quarter-point.

A new NBC/SurveyMonkey poll found two-thirds of U.S. adults are worried the U.S. will be dragged into war during President Trump's first term in office.

A federal judge on Tuesday prevented officials in Texas from removing Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid program.

President Trump will see another weekend of protests against him: Thousands of activists will be part of 'Not my Presidents Day' rallies across the nation.

Supreme Court justices will grapple Tuesday with how far American constitutional protections extend outside the U.S. as they hear oral arguments on a case that saw a Border Patrol agent fire his gun into Mexico, which struck and killed a 15-year-old boy.

Another wave of bomb threats was called in to Jewish community centers across the United States on Monday, marking the fourth morning this year that hoax calls were received by multiple centers in several states.

Still reeling from a recent storm that flooded highways, caused widespread power outages and led to several deaths, California officials and residents on Sunday braced for a new storm expected to be bigger and pack a more powerful punch.

The Supreme Court on Friday scheduled oral arguments for April in a crucial religious liberty case concerning state funding.

The House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes on Sunday accused Obama-era officials, who are working for President Trump until his administration is staffed up, of illegally leaking intelligence and other reports to the media in an attempt to hurt the Republican leader.

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 230 to 188 today to overturn former President Obama's 'eleventh hour' HHS rule forcing states to give Title X money to organizations that commit abortions.

The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled against a Christian florist who was fined for refusing to provide her services for a same-sex wedding. Now, the florist will ask the highest court in the land to hear her case.

It was a showdown months in the making....Trump vs. The Media: The Rematch. In his first open press conference in more than a month, Donald Trump fielded questions on everything from the immigration ban rollout to his administration's communication with Russia.

President Trump went into the historic East Room of the White House Thursday and delivered a press conference that sent Washington into a tizzy with the wide range of topics he dished on for more than an hour.

Rain will fall on the Southland from Thursday night through Saturday morning, including unusually heavy rainfall on Friday as a result of the region's most powerful storm so far this season, forecasters said, warning of flash flooding and cascades of mud and debris down slopes stripped bare in wildfires.

By a vote of 57-43 vote, the Senate has overturned an Obama-era rule that stripped gun rights from some Social Security recipients. Some media outlets would have you think the law was intended to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally impaired, but a closer look shows that it also unfairly targeted elderly who simply needed help with financial paperwork.

The Trump administration said in court documents on Thursday it wants a pause in the legal fight over its ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations, so it can issue a replacement ban as it strives to protect the nation from terrorism.

Hate crimes against Jews have more than doubled in New York City since the start of the new year from the same period in 2016, police reported.

Over the weekend, immigration enforcement agents rounded up hundreds of illegal aliens from across the country. It was not a Trump initiative--the wheels for these raids were set in motion before he was sworn in--but it was certainly in the spirit of one. Immigration activists noted that the nature of these raids was harsher--whatever that means. The Department of Homeland Security said that 75 percent of those who were rounded up had criminal records.

A Michigan county's tradition of Christian-only prayers at public meetings violates the U.S. Constitution by promoting one faith over others, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.

A large number of non-citizen Hispanics, as many as 2 million, were illegally registered to vote in the U.S., according to a nationwide poll.

Intelligence officials have decided to intentionally keep sensitive information from President Trump out of concern he or his staff would leak or divulge it.

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Tuesday that the most significant question posed by the resignation of national security adviser Michael Flynn is why intelligence officials eavesdropped on his calls with the Russian ambassador and later leaked information on those calls to the press.

In the wake of Michael Flynn's resignation as national security adviser, President Trump and Republican allies on Capitol Hill are turning their attention to the potentially 'illegal' leaks that revealed Flynn's politically fatal discussions with a Russian diplomat and other sensitive details from inside the administration.

National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after reports he misled Trump administration officials about his contacts with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.

President Donald Trump is evaluating the situation surrounding US national security adviser Michael Flynn and is speaking to Vice President Mike Pence about it, White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters on Monday.