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What Happens When The Government Shuts Down?

What Happens When The Government Shuts Down?

Jan 19
It's a crummy way to run a government, sure, but Social Security checks will still go out.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Alternate Reality

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Alternate Reality

Jan 18
For all his errant swings at the facts, President Donald Trump sometimes gets it just right. "There's been no first year like this," he told a Florida rally last month.

Trump to Pennsylvania, but Don't Call it a Campaign Trip

Trump to Pennsylvania, but Don't Call it a Campaign Trip

By Bill Barrow | Jan 18
President Donald Trump is tiptoeing around the first congressional election of the new year as he heads to southwestern Pennsylvania on Thursday to hail the Republican tax cuts he signed last year.

Fighting Stigma: A Look at Immigration and HIV/AIDS

Fighting Stigma: A Look at Immigration and HIV/AIDS

By EDGE | Jan 18
Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe from The Black AIDS Institute's candid op-ed about the Trump-era and historical discriminations facing Haitian immigrants and those living with HIV/AIDS.

DNC Responds to Potential Discriminatory Health Worker Ruling

DNC Responds to Potential Discriminatory Health Worker Ruling

By EDGE | Jan 17
A new rule from the Trump-Pence administration could allow health workers to discriminate against patients by refusing to provide reproductive care to women, denying care to transgender individuals, or refusing to prescribe HIV meds or birth control.

AP Sources: WH Directed Bannon Silence in House Interview

AP Sources: WH Directed Bannon Silence in House Interview

By Tom LoBianco, Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire | Jan 17
Steve Bannon's attorney relayed questions, in real time, to the White House during a House Intelligence Committee interview of the former Trump chief strategist, people familiar with the closed-door session told The Associated Press.

Chelsea Manning's US Senate Bid Could Upend Maryland Race

Chelsea Manning's US Senate Bid Could Upend Maryland Race

By David McFadden | Jan 17
Chelsea Manning's high-profile bid for the U.S. Senate threatens to upend the 2018 Maryland Democratic primary.

Melania Trump's Style Evokes European Roots, Not 'America First'

Melania Trump's Style Evokes European Roots, Not 'America First'

Jan 17
Slovenian-born Melania Trump has been unafraid to go against her husband's "America First" agenda and stay true to her roots, if there's a message to be taken from her bold, foreign-flavored wardrobe in 2017.

GOP Still Struggling with Trump's Remarks on Africa

GOP Still Struggling with Trump's Remarks on Africa

By Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire | Jan 17
Republicans are struggling to get their stories straight as Trump's Homeland Security secretary became the latest GOP official to offer an inconclusive version of a meeting in which Trump is said to have used vulgar remarks deemed racist.

Trump Aides Debate Which Version of Vulgarity Trump Uttered

Trump Aides Debate Which Version of Vulgarity Trump Uttered

By Darlene Superville and Jonathan Lemire | Jan 16
As the fallout over President Donald Trump's use of a vulgarity bleeds into a second week, aides to the president are locked in an internal debate over which version of the word the president used to describe certain countries during immigration talks.

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