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Analysis: Trump's golf vacation drives wedge within GOP
The political damage President Trump has managed to inflict with Senate Republicans this month is astounding, and the growing divide between the two Republican-controlled branches of government can't be overstated. A new phase in a relationship that has been tenuous from the start has begun --
Text of AP's interview with NY Fed President William Dudley
Text of AP's interview with New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley
Trump continues on tear against McConnell over health care
Trump responded to Sen. Mitch McConnell's comments about the president's "excessive expectations."
The Note: Republican progress grinds to halt with infighting at fever pitch
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Trump, McConnell pick a public fight: After Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vented about Trump's " excessive expectations " for Congress, President Trump hit back on Twitter. "Can you believe that Mitch McConnell , who has screamed Repeal & Replace for 7 years,
Debt limit may be biggest test for House Speaker Paul Ryan's leadership
While lawmakers enjoy a five-week summer recess, House Speaker Paul Ryan is preparing to face perhaps his speakership’s toughest challenge to date: increasing the country’s debt limit. Once members return to the Capitol after Labor Day , there are just 12 working days for Congress to raise the debt
The debt ceiling : The basics
What you need to know about how Congress limits spending by the federal government.
AP EXPLAINS: Daunting budget deadlines loom for government
AP EXPLAINS: Congress returns next month to a daunting set of budget-related deadlines involving government debt, spending, and setting the stage for overhauling the tax code
Explaining the debt ceiling and the Trump administration's plans
While President Donald Trump has spent much of his first six months in office attempting to roll back many of the actions instituted by his predecessor, on at least one issue, the Trump administration is echoing a stance taken by their forerunners. With less than two months until Sept. 29, the date
Trump: US switching to 'merit based' immigration system
There you have president trump along side senators Tom cotton and David Perdue. I'm Arkansas and Georgia respectively announcing. New legislation really revival of the old legislation that would greatly fact immigration as it is existed in this country. For the better part of a half century now my
Trump administration to take on affirmative action: report
The Justice Department is working on a plan to investigate and possibly sue universities for admission policies found to discriminate against white applications, according to The New York Times.