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The Trump administration’s move aimed at striking down the Affordable Care Act handed Democrats a potential political gift on an issue that damaged Republicans badly in last year’s midterm elections.
The effort to stop President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency now shifts to the courts after few Republicans broke with their party to join Democrats on the vote.
President Trump has asked advisers how to reduce money for the island and signaled that he won’t support any more aid beyond food stamp funds. 
Robert Rowland receives Truvada for PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post)
Robert Rowland receives Truvada for PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post)
An extraordinary standoff between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the private drug company Gilead raises a big question for the Trump administration: How aggressively should the government attempt to enforce its patents against an industry partner?
“This is ... a whitewash of justice,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said, pointing to the “Empire” actor’s “position of influence and power.” Smollett had been charged with lying to Chicago police about an alleged hate-crime attack.
The measure failed on a 0 to 57 vote, with all Republicans and a handful of Democrats blocking the resolution. Aiming to avoid an intraparty fight, 43 Democrats — including those who introduced the Green New Deal — voted “present.”
“I think we got it right,” said Coach Sean Payton, whose Saints were denied a Super Bowl berth because of a non-call in the NFC championship game last season.
Pilots reported an engine problem shortly after takeoff. The aircraft was being flown to a storage facility with no passengers aboard.
Advances in DNA analysis finally allowed investigators to pinpoint a suspect in the Billings, Mont., case.
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With “You,” “Making a Murderer” and “Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” Netflix has doubled down on violent and gory content. That could come at a high social cost.
The law had been in effect since 1973, but a 2015 amendment prompted abortion rights groups to sue. The decision comes amid a swell of new restrictions from GOP-led statehouses elsewhere.
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