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WASHINGTON, D.C -- The healthcare debate wages on into it's second week as Republicans and Democrats can't come to an agreement on healthcare reform. Your senior senator Joe Donnelly (D) was back in Indiana this past weekend and penned an open letter to Medicare and Medicaid...
WASHINGTON, D.C -- In another White House shakeup, President Trump is naming Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly as his new chief of staff. Trump made the announcement in a tweet late today. He has made no mention of the fate of Reince Priebus, who has been chief of staff...
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Senate has dealt a devastating setback to Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, defeating a GOP "skinny repeal" bill early Friday morning. Sens. John McCain, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins joined with Democrats to oppose the measure, a...
(CNN) -- A chaotic scene unfolded at the Ohio State Fair after a ride malfunctioned during opening day -- killing one person and injuring several others. A video posted online appears to show several people on the Fireball ride seconds before parts of the structure, including a...
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he plans to reinstate a ban on transgender individuals from serving "in any capacity" in the US armed forces. The decision reversed a policy initially approved by the Defense Department under President Barack Obama,...
UPDATE: WASHINGTON, D.C -- Senator Joe Donnelly's amendment to protect Medicaid from deep cuts under the Healthcare Bill has failed. With all 52 Republican Senators voting in the negative the amendment fell short. Donnelly said before the vote that thousands of Hoosiers and...
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Senate judiciary committee will dig into questions of Russian interference in the U.S. election Wednesday in a hearing notable as much for the big-name witnesses skipping the meeting as those speaking up in public. Senate judiciary committee Chairman...
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The two Senate Republicans in the most jeopardy of losing their seats in 2018 faced a choice in Tuesday's health care vote: Stick with President Donald Trump and face a barrage of Democratic attacks, or break ranks and risk a potentially serious primary...
WASHINGTON, D.C -- A vote to start debate on the GOP Senate Healthcare Bill has moved through thanks to a tie-breaking vote from Vice President Mike Pence. The tie-breaker came after two Republican defections and all 48 Democrats voting in the negative including Indiana Democrat...