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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Writing a bill in private not unusual
While it's extraordinary for legislation as sweeping as the Senate health care bill to be written privately and swiftly approved, it does happen
INSIDE WASHINGTON: Secrecy in lawmaking hardly new
The Republican effort to secretly weave together a health care bill and whisk it through the Senate isn't an uncommon way of drafting bills or resolving stubborn hurdles
Ex-Sen. Scott Brown records video greeting for New Zealand
Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown is introducing himself to residents of New Zealand with a video of his family at their New Hampshire home
Trump's base providing steady support amid Russia probes
Even as Russia probes gain attention, Trump's base provides support for president
Trump rebuffs bipartisanship, banks on base to tame turmoil
President Donald Trump is banking on his loyal base of supporters to help him through the tangle of the Russia turmoil
Through the years: US presidents meet the pope
Meetings between the pope and president have been held at the Vatican and within the U.S. for decades.
Feb. 4, 1982: JFK secretary on secret recordings inside the Oval Office
A White House secretary provides details on the Oval Office recordings during Kennedy's administration.
Comparing Trump's health care push to Obamacare's timeline
The latest push to overhaul the U.S. health care system cleared a significant hurdle last week when the Republican-controlled House approved the American Health Care Act , but there are many more to come. Here is a look at its rollout, compared to the various steps that the Obama administration
ANALYSIS: Meet 4 ascendant Democrats leading the fight against President Trump
“The Future Is Female” was written on signs and shirts across the country during eye-popping women’s marches on Jan. 21, following President Donald Trump ’s inauguration. That day seemed to kick off a period of unprecedented civic engagement, a lot of it in opposition to Trump’s policies and
Senior Obama adviser David Axelrod talks wiretapping claims, Russia ties and more
Axelrod calls President Trump's claims of wiretapping by then-President Obama "ludicrous" and "an astonishing claim."