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After confirmation hearings for SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch, Democrats plan to fight.
Republicans cancel planned vote on health care after failing to get the votes to pass it.
Ban on travel from six Muslim-majority countries temporarily blocked.
Trump doubles down on claims Obama wiretapped Trump Tower despite no evidence.
Housing and meal assistance to be eliminated in $6 billion cuts to HUD.
House Republicans unveiled a replacement for Obamacare that faces tough opposition.
A Sacramento pastor sets up a safe space for immigrants in his church.
Sessions recuses himself from investigations into Russia's meddling in the election.
Hispanic political operatives meet to figure out how to combat Trump's immigration agenda.
Trump riles up conservative voters at CPAC.
FBI Director James Comey discusses the Trump administration's connection to Russia.
The president held his first solo news conference.