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Democrats Weigh Future After Another Election Loss

By Kailani Koenig A number of House Democrats have spoken up about whether keeping Nancy Pelosi at the top of their leadership is in the best interest of the party. …read more

By USA TODAY The White House was not pleased, calling the actor’s remark “sad.” …read more

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By Leigh Ann Caldwell and Frank Thorp V and Vaughn Hillyard Senate Republicans unveil a draft of health care legislation that will include big reductions to Medicaid, tax cuts and elimination of the insurance mandate. …read more

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By Chandelis R. Duster The Congressional Black Caucus declines White House invitation for second meeting with President Trump citing “lack of response.” …read more

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By Alex Seitz-Wald Democrats dropped the ball on redistricting in 2010. They won’t do it again. …read more

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By Daniel Arkin Daniel Ellsberg, the former U.S. military analyst who leaked the Pentagon Papers, says he knew President Richard Nixon’s White House wanted to “shut me up.” …read more

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By Hallie Jackson Vice President Mike Pence has retained outside counsel to represent him in special counsel investigation, the vice president’s office confirmed Thursday. …read more

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By Alex Seitz-Wald Trump has revived attacks on his general election opponent multiple times since taking office. …read more

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By Jane C. Timm and Chandelis R. Duster Sen. Kamala Harris was interrupted by male colleagues, for the second week in a row, during the questioning of Attorney General Jeff Sessions …read more

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By Pete Williams and Garrett Haake and Ken Dilanian Bowing to Democratic pressure, Attorney General Sessions agreed to testify at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow before the Senate Intelligence Committee in a public hearing. …read more

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