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Donald Trump promise tracker: Where his pledges stand
Throughout the long presidential campaign and after the election, Donald Trump made many promises to the American people. Now ABC News is looking at some of the promises that he made to the American people before his inauguration and how those statements have changed since he declared his
AP Exclusive: Price tag of North Carolina's LGBT law: $3.76B
In an exclusive analysis, The Associated Press finds that North Carolina's law limiting LGBT protections will cost the state more than $3.76 billion in lost business over 12 years
Some balk as Seattle seeks to spend more money on homeless
Seattle's mayor wants residents to approve a property tax boost to raise $55 million a year to combat homelessness
Schumer seizes on Trump team's offer to work with Dems
President Donald Trump's aides have opened the door to working with moderate Democrats on health care and other issues
Trump attacks conservative lawmakers over health bill
President Donald Trump is attacking conservative lawmakers after the failure of the Republican bill to replace "Obamacare."
Schumer: Trump showed 'basic lack of competence' on health care bill
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer criticized President Donald Trump after the GOP-backed health care bill failed to garner enough support for a vote on the House floor Friday, saying the president showed two unhelpful traits during negotiations. "The first is basic lack of competence," Schumer
Schumer to Trump: 'You cannot run the presidency like you run a real estate deal'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer weighs in on the failed GOP health care bill and the battle to confirm President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
Prince William, Princess Kate announce school choice for Prince George
Prince William and Princess Kate will send their oldest child, Prince George , to Thomas's Battersea School, a private school in Battersea, South London, in September. Kensington Palace announced the school choice in a statement today saying, "Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to have found a
Atlanta high school student goes from homeless to valedictorian
For one Atlanta teen, the path to being chosen as high school valedictorian did not come easily. Rebecca Schmitt and her mother Sandra were evicted from their 4,000-square-foot Port St. Lucie, Florida, home in October 2014. Five years earlier, Sandra Schmitt was diagnosed with multiple myeloma . In
How the House GOP health care bill compares to Obama-era law
The House Republicans' health care bill would repeal major parts of former President Barack Obama's health care law, and replace them with GOP ideas that reduce federal financing and regulations