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Ms. Pelosi, under fire after a Democrat lost a high-profile special election in Georgia, parried renewed questions about her leadership of the party.
The team is intended to stabilize recaptured areas, and it consists of only seven members, raising questions about whether it can be effective.
After weeks of speculation over his suggestion that his talks with the F.B.I. director might have been recorded, the president said they were not.
The man, Edgar Maddison Welch, fired a gun inside the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria in December after reading fake stories about a child abuse scheme led by Hillary Clinton.
The bill is aligned with long-held Republican values, jettisoning Obamacare taxes. But it would also reduce funding for the care of low-income Americans.
Investigators say the man, Kevin Patrick Mallory, had classified documents and apparently incriminating messages on a device he brought back from Shanghai.
The Canadian prime minister spoke about President Trump, Twitter and Nafta at an event in Toronto organized by The New York Times and the Rotman School of Management of the University of Toronto.
President Trump misled about foreign policy and health care, coal mining and Gary Cohn in a campaign rally in Iowa.
The Treasury secretary and his fiancée, the Scottish actress Louise Linton, will begin their married life in Washington.
It is possible that Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, views the potential failure of the Senate bill to repeal Obamacare as an eventual boon.
Senate Republican leaders released their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, even as enough senators to block it declared their opposition.
The suspect is a married father of three described by his landlord in Montreal as never causing any problems.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced on Thursday that the bear, which has been on the endangered species list since 1975, was thriving in the region.
The court rejected the government’s position that naturalized Americans could be stripped of their citizenship for minor misstatements.
People with and without guns favor banning the sale of firearms to the mentally ill, but differ on much else, a new Pew Research Center report finds.
Here are three books that help explain the United States’ fraught historical relationship with Cuba.
Speaking in Iowa on Wednesday, President Trump commended Gary D. Cohn, his top economic adviser and a former executive at Goldman Sachs, saying he would keep the world from taking advantage of the United States.
The reporter Margot Sanger-Katz examines how the Republican health plan aims to roll back a program that insures one in five Americans.