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Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary
Spicer resigns after Anthony Scaramucci is named new White House communications director.
Burundi robotics team missing after competition in Washington , DC
And Washington state police have released images of sixteens from the small east African country of Burundi. They have been missing since Tuesday after participating in an international robotics competition. There for missing boys and two girls between the ages of sixteen to eighteen police say at
Sears to sell Kenmore, Alexa-enabled appliances on Amazon
Sears Holdings struck a deal to sell on Amazon.com, marking the retailer's first time selling products directly through the site.
Elon Musk announces New York to Washington Hyperloop plan
The billionaire boasted this morning on Twitter that the 200-mile trip would take just 29 minutes.
What to know about Sen. McCain's brain tumor diagnosis
The Dana Farber Cancer Institute's Dr. David Reardon, who treated the late Sen. Ted Kennedy for glioblastoma, shares details of the disease and what could lie ahead medically for McCain.
Uber adds tipping feature
Customers now have the option to tip their Uber driver directly through the app.
Trump hits record low approval rating in new poll
Political analyst Matthew Dowd on a new ABC News/Washington Post poll that also found just 38 percent of Americans polled say Trump is making significant progress toward his goals.
Megan Murphy: Trump has 'almost intentionally removed himself' from health care battle
Right now, we have no consensus on how the repeal and replace the failed policies of Obamacare. I can't tell you the number of hours I have heard the same arguments go around and around and around and around. As far as I know, there's no consensus on how the pass the government. They'll be going
HHS Secretary Price: Health care system is 'crying out for reform and revision'
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price discusses the latest version of the Senate health care bill.
Severe storms bring flash floods from Ohio to New York
Severe weather continue to move east, threatening millions of people in its path.