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Lawyer fee ruling overturned in international custody case
A court has overturned an order for a Connecticut financier to pay nearly $90,000 in attorney fees racked up by a British television host during a long-running and bitter international child custody dispute
Senate Republicans quietly working on health overhaul bill
In closed-door meetings, Senate Republicans are trying to write legislation dismantling President Barack Obama's health care law.
Senators run into obstacles, consider options on health bill
Senate Republicans are using closed-door meetings to try to write legislation that would dismantle the Obama-era health care law
The Latest: NAFTA critic calls Trump plans "markedly vague"
The Latest: Prominent NAFTA critic calls the Trump administration's plans "markedly vague.''
Consternation on Capitol Hill over White House bombshells
Confusion and consternation are sweeping Capitol Hill over reports President Donald Trump disclosed classified information to the Russians in the Oval Office a day after firing FBI Director James Comey.
Fiscal discipline? Not now, as GOP pushes tax cuts
A growing number of Republican lawmakers are pushing for deep tax cuts even if they add to the government's $20 trillion debt
Utah man celebrating wedding anniversary among those killed in London attack
An American tourist celebrating his wedding anniversary in Europe was among those killed in the terrorist attack in London on Wednesday, a family member confirmed to ABC News. Utah resident Kurt Cochran, 54, and his wife Melissa traveled to Europe to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary and
What to know about the president's 'designated survivor'
On Tuesday, most of the nation's political elite -- from Vice President Mike Pence to House Speaker Paul Ryan -- will file into the House chamber to hear President Trump outline his national agenda. But one member of the administration definitely won't be watching in person. During major
Judge Who Blocked Trump's Immigration Order Was Praised for Representing Refugees
James Robart, the federal judge for the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington who temporarily blocked President Trump 's immigration order, was praised by a Republican senator in his confirmation hearing for how he represented refugees. "He brings a wealth of trial
High Drama on Capitol Hill in Trump Nominee Hearings
Tempers flared on Capitol Hill Wednesday as President Donald Trump ’s Cabinet choices faced Senate committee votes. During a tense moment in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minnesota, accused Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, of distorting his words following Sen. Jeff Sessions’