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Trump expected to call for major cuts in tax blueprint
ABC News' Jon Karl reports on what administration officials are calling a "first draft" of Trump's tax reform plan and the latest on funding bill negotiations as a government shutdown looms.
Arkansas carries out first double execution since 2000
With the expiration date for lethal injection drugs looming, the state has moved forward with the nation's first double execution in 17 years.
Government shutdown looms ahead
As funding runs out this Friday at midnight, Trump maintains his position on securing money to start work on the Mexican border wall.
Recapping Trump's first 100 days from Independence Hall
ABC News' Dan Harris and Candace Smith talk with tourists about Trump's time in office so far.
White House press secretary defends Trump's 'significant' work in 100 days
"When you look at the totality of what we've accomplished ... it is unbelievable what he has been able to do," Sean Spicer said at today's press briefing.
What has President Trump accomplished in his first 100 days?
The know guys that map to him. Okay. I say have sent a note back as about. I'm today are what the lowest approval rating abandoned president and lessened to two years but it's. 96%. Of people voted for him a stick and whether they like what he's due. What do they see in that. Other people are not.
A look at Trump's presidency as it reaches 100-day mark
ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd assesses President Trump's time in office and what he could still achieve before reaching the 100-day mark.
Retirement rumors surround Justice Anthony Kennedy
Speculation about retirement for Kennedy, 80, increased after Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., told a local Iowa newspaper, "I would expect a [Supreme Court] resignation this summer."
Judge verbally attacked by Trump to hear DREAMer deportation case
Judge Gonzalo Curiel, whom Trump lashed out at on the campaign trail, will hear a lawsuit brought on behalf of Juan Manuel Montes, 23, who was deported in February.
Supreme Court rejects Arkansas request to move ahead on an inmate's execution
The Supreme Court refused to overrule a state court ruling halting the execution of Don Davis, who the state plans to put to death this month along with several other inmates.