Trump cannot hold back progress with a tweet: Transgender Veteran
Serving my country was always about something bigger than me. I put my life on the line to protect the rights and freedoms of every single American, because regardless of who we are individually, we are bound by our love for our country, and united by ...
Assessing the Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly | RAND - RAND Corporation
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Senate Health Care Vote: Narrow Repeal Measure Takes Shape
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... • Senate Republicans closed in on a narrow measure to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act. • The health insurance lobby came off the sidelines Thursday to warn Republicans against repealing the individual mandate. • Interior Secretary Ryan ...
Senate Republicans hope their own Obamacare repeal won't become law
'Skinny repeal' of Obamacare would leave 16 million more people uninsured in a decade
Senate plans vote on 'skinny' healthcare bill in marathon session
With Trump's 'Green Light,' Scaramucci Declares Total War on Reince Priebus
In an interview, Anthony Scaramucci said he and Reince Priebus were like brothers ...who may or may not want to kill each other. Lachlan Markay · Asawin Suebsaeng. 07.27.17 3:01 PM ET. Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast. President Donald Trump has ...
How Trump's White House Is Upping Its War on Leaks
Newt Gingrich: White House communications director Scaramucci has been 'divisive,' 'full of himself'
Scaramucci lobs grenades in already chaotic White House
Boy Scouts leader apologizes for Trump speech's 'political rhetoric'
A leader of the Boy Scouts of America apologized Thursday for a speech that President Trump gave to thousands of teenage Scouts earlier this week — in which Trump broke with the Scouts' earnest traditions by criticizing his political opponents ...
Boy Scouts Chief Apologizes For 'Political Rhetoric' In Trump's Speech
White House declines to apologize to Boy Scouts
Boy Scout Leader Apologizes for Trump's Political Rhetoric
Ohio State Fair reopens after 18-year-old's death, rides remain closed as inspections continue
Eighteen-year-old Tyler Jarrell, of Columbus, Ohio, was killed Wednesday evening when the Fire Ball ride he was on at the Ohio State Fair broke apart in mid-air, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said. Seven people were also injured in the incident ...
Ohio State Fair accident victim Tyler Jarrell just joined Marines
Kasich Urges Ohioans to Return to State Fair One Day After Fatal Accident
Dutch Manufacturer Suspends Ride That Killed One at Ohio Fair