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Investments in Russia become focus in congressional race
Financial disclosures filed by Republican Greg Gianforte in his bid for congress show $240,000 in investments in Russian firms under sanction by the U.S. government
Trump's first 100 days: A president's very public education
Over the course of his first 100 days in office, President Donald Trump has been startlingly candid about his public education he's received in the ways of Washington and the world.
Trump's 100-days vows: Hits, misses, unfinished business
An Associated Press analysis of President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office finds that many of the promises he made as a candidate have been deferred or left behind.
Working with Congress hasn't been as easy as Trump predicted
It's turned out not to be as easy to make deals with Congress as President Donald Trump has supposed
How Kentucky voters feel about Trump's health care battle now
Some Kentuckians insured under the Affordable Care Act share fears and hopes for the future as House GOP leaders try to negotiate a new health care bill.
Personal tragedy shaped congressman's effort on health care
New Jersey congressman Tom MacArthur understands the need for health insurance from personal experience, yet seeks repeal of 'Obamacare'
Donald Trump promise tracker: Where his pledges stand at the 100-day mark
Throughout the long presidential campaign and after the election, Donald Trump made many promises to the American people. As his administration reaches the 100-day mark, here is a review of where some of the promises stand. This "promise tracker" takes a look at some of the pledges he made to the
Trump, Congress and 100 days: Lofty goals hit reality
For Donald Trump and congressional Republicans, it wasn't supposed to be like this. Full of promises at the beginning of the year after assuming control of Congress and the White House, they have yet to follow up with legislative results
Senate Dems block quick vote on short-term spending bill
Senate Democrats have blocked a quick vote on a short-term spending bill to keep the government open
Dispute over health payments defused, spending bill on track
The White House and congressional Democrats on Wednesday defused a tense stand-off over payments for the working poor under the health care law, keeping a massive government spending bill on track just days ahead of a shutdown deadline