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A new executive order signed Friday will place “regulatory reform” task forces and officers within federal agencies in what may be the most far-reaching effort to pare U.S. red tape in recent decades.
It could prove another hurdle in the administration’s effort to restore the travel ban, undermining the White House’s argument that the measure is necessary for national security reasons.
The White House has barred news outlets such as CNN, the New York Times, Politico and the Los Angeles Times from entering the press briefing room.
A majority of Americans say it is important to keep federal funding for an expansion of the Medicaid program for the poor under the Affordable Care Act, even as Republicans work on repealing it.
The overnight blaze set outside the Islamic Society of New Tampa mosque in Thonotosassa raised fresh fears of increased anti-Muslim sentiment, as mosques around the country have been threatened or vandalized.
Richard Schickel — the film critic, documentarian and author of dozens of books — passed away over Presidents’ Day weekend.
Google’s self-driving car unit sued Uber Technologies and its autonomous trucking subsidiary Otto over allegations of theft of its confidential and proprietary sensor technology.
“It would be wonderful, a dream would be that no country would have nukes, but if countries are going to have nukes, we’re going to be at the top of the pack,” Trump said.
The public remarks seemed unlikely to quell profound tensions between the two countries or clear up confusion over the plans of the Trump administration.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Donald Trump on Thursday discussed cooperation along the countries’ shared border.
Alan Colmes, a top-rated television commentator who, as co-host with conservative Sean Hannity of “Hannity & Colmes,” became best known as the liberal in the “lion’s den” of Fox News, has died at a hospital in Manhattan. He was 66.