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Five Republican senators said they can't vote for the current health care bill.
Republicans and Democrats came together for a moment of bipartisan unity.
President Trump offered a sharp rebuke to James Comey’s Senate testimony.
Trump says he wants to renegotiate the global climate change.
Trump adviser Jared Kushner is a focus of federal investigations.
A White House official named a person of interest in Russia probes.
A discussion about the shifting reasons behind Comey's ouster.
House Republicans passed a plan to replace Obamacare.
The president is learning on the job that governing isn't as easy as he thought.
President Trump is nearing the 100-day mark of his presidency.
President Trump changes his tune on Russia, China and NATO.
The U.S. military fired 69 cruise missiles at targets in Syria.