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Ahoy, justices! Floating home case winner back to high court
Fane Lozman beat long odds just getting his case to the U.S. Supreme Court, which agreed four years ago that his floating home was a house and wasn't a vessel subject to seizure by a Florida city that destroyed it
Trump will end Obama's signature Clean Power Plan this week: EPA chief
Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt slammed the 2015 Paris accord to combat climate change as "a bad deal." Pruitt also revealed in an interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos on Sunday that President Trump will this week sign a new executive order that will
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.
'This Week' Transcript 3-26-17: Sen. Chuck Schumer, Rep. Mark Meadows, Roger Stone, and Scott Pruitt
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' on March 26, 2017 and it will be updated. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS , ABC HOST: The president in Kentucky previewing the new executive order he’ll sign this week to relax regulations on power plants. It’s his latest move to undo President Obama’s environmental
Gorsuch hearings show him as careful, folksy, testy at times
The Supreme Court nominee's hearing reveals a judge who is careful, well-credentialed and willing to push back
AP Analysis: Trump yet to meet promise of 'so much winning'
AP Analysis: Trump's loss on health care effort a far cry from campaign promises of 'so much winning'
Woman convicted of mother's murder granted a new trial: Part 5
Rather than go through another trial, Noura Jackson signed an Alford plea, and after 15 months, she was released from prison.
Today in History
Today in History Today is Saturday, March 25, the 84th day of 2017. There are 281 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 25, 1947, a coal-dust explosion inside the Centralia Coal Co. Mine No. 5 in Washington County, Illinois, claimed 111 lives; 31 men survived. On this date:
Montana bill seeks abortion ban on 'pain-capable' fetuses
A pair of abortion bills continues to move through the Montana legislature, as the state Senate on Friday advanced a proposal seeking to extend protections to so-called "pain-capable" fetuses
AP Analysis: Trump's young presidency perilously adrift
Just two months in, Donald Trump's presidency is perilously adrift. His first major foray into legislating imploded Friday when House Republicans abandoned a White House-backed health care bill, resisting days of cajoling and arm-twisting from Trump himself. Aides who had confidently touted Trump