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Trump plan to sell off half of oil stockpile sparks debate
President Donald Trump's proposal to sell nearly half the US emergency oil stockpile is renewing debate over the need for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Today in History
Today in History Today is Monday, May 22, the 142nd day of 2017. There are 223 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 22, 1992, after a reign lasting nearly 30 years, Johnny Carson hosted NBC's "Tonight Show" for the final time (Jay Leno took over as host three days later). On
Interior Dept. nominee says Trump's views could outweigh climate science
President Donald Trump 's nominee for Deputy Secretary of the Interior said today that Trump's economic policy could be take priority over climate science. In his confirmation hearing in front of the Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee, David Bernhardt said that he will consider science on
Fmr. FBI director Robert Mueller appointed as special counsel in Russia investigation
Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appoints former FBI director Robert Mueller to serve as a special counsel to oversee the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Many Republicans shy away from independent commission on Trump-Russia ties after Comey's firing
Reactions from Republicans in Congress to President Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey are falling into three major groups, with many criticizing the move but stopping short of calling for an independent commission, according to dozens of statements and interviews collected by ABC
Three out of five on Powerhouse Roundtable don't think Trump will sign health care bill this year
The Powerhouse Roundtable debates the new GOP health care bill the House of Representatives just narrowly passed.
The trouble with House health care bill for Senate Republicans
While House Republicans have already celebrated their passage of a bill that would replace the Affordable Care Act , several of their GOP colleagues at the other end of the Capitol have already said the House version of the legislation is untenable. “At this point, there seem to be more questions
Next steps for GOP health plan: Senate plans to write its own bill
While House Republicans celebrated the passage of their Obamacare replacement bill by busing over to the White House’s Rose Garden for a celebratory press conference, their Senate counterparts were already working to manage expectations, declaring they are going to write an entirely separate bill.
Senate changes likely for Republican health care bill
While Senate Republicans say they are pleased with the progress the House of Representatives is making on its Obamacare replacement bill, there are still several major road blocks ahead once the legislation makes it to the other side of the Capitol. First, several Senate Republicans who opposed the
Sen. Elizabeth Warren weighs in on President Trump's first 90 days, working with GOP women and more
Warren discusses the president's progress, whether she regrets running for public office and working with female Republican lawmakers.