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Melania Trump takes to Washington in her own understated way
Out of New York, first lady Melania Trump quietly slips into full-time life in nation's capital
Melania Trump keeps DC entry low key; Barron draws interest
Melania Trump is two weeks into life as a full-time Washingtonian and says she's enjoying White House life so much that she isn't really missing New York.
The Note: Senate’s unhealthy start on health care
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Time to show their work : Senate Republicans share their health care draft this morning after negotiating it behind closed doors. The bill is expected to roll back Medicaid expansions but more gradually than the House bill, and establish tax credits to help consumers buy
The Latest: White House paints Handel win as Trump triumph
The White House is painting a Republican win in Georgia's special House election Tuesday as a personal victory for President Donald Trump
The Latest: Trump wants 'a little more help' from China
President Donald Trump says he wishes China would offer "a little more help" in applying pressure to North Korea
The Note: Dems bruised by big-money Georgia loss
WHAT TO KNOW TODAY Democrats get a run (but nothing more) for their money: Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in the Georgia special election, earning her a coveted House seat and earning Democrats bitter disappointment. Republican Ralph Norman also defended a GOP district in the
Nixon was willing 'to do what was ever necessary to stay in power': Part 6
John Dean said Nixon was not bothered when he was told it would cost $1 million to keep people quiet.
Trump labeling House health care bill 'mean' frustrates GOP
President Donald Trump's labeling of a House-passed health care bill as 'mean' is aggravating some of the conservatives he pressed to back it
The Latest: Trump pleased with Sessions testimony
Donald Trump's spokeswoman says the president was pleased with Attorney General Jeff Sessions' testimony in front of Congress Tuesday
AP sources: Trump tells senators House health bill 'mean'
Congressional sources say President Donald Trump has told Republican senators that the House health care bill is "mean" and that the Senate version should be "more generous."