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PARIS — President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron set aside lingering differences on climate change during their meeting in France on Thursday, asserting that it shouldn't prevent them from working together toward a post-war … more
WASHINGTON — Annual greenhouse gas emissions rose more quickly last year than they have in nearly two decades, an increase scientists attributed in part to a strong El Ni o weather pattern, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration … more
A close confidant of Pope Francis, writing Thursday in a Vatican-approved magazine, condemned the way some American evangelicals and their Roman Catholic supporters mix religion and politics, saying their worldview promotes division and hatred.The … more
WASHINGTON — The Senate GOP's push to rewrite the Affordable Care Act suffered an ill-timed setback Thursday, as two centrist Republicans announced plans to offer their own health care plan just as leaders released an updated bill of their … more
WASHINGTON — Congressional leaders, shaken by last month's shooting at a Republican congressional baseball practice and a spike in threats to their members, want to be able to use campaign funds to tighten lawmakers' home security.The Federal … more
Tory Newmyer(c) 2017, The Washington PostThreats are amassing on all sides of a tax code overhaul, the keystone of the GOP economic agenda. They're as grave as an administration sinking in the quicksand of the Russia scandal and as relatively … more
WASHINGTON - Christopher A. Wray, President Trump's nominee to head the FBI, told Congress Wednesday that if the president tried improperly to get him to drop an investigation, he would first try to talk him out of it - and if that failed, resign.He … more
Michael E. Ruane(c) 2017, The Washington PostA rare Sumatran tiger has been born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, officials said Wednesday.The cub was born at 4:17 p.m. Tuesday to an 8-year-old female, Damai."Keepers watched the … more
WASHINGTON — Democrats may not have the votes to stop the Republican push to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but they do have the Senate rules.In the Senate, the rules are often seen as sacrosanct and members of both parties are quick to … more
WASHINGTON — Republican efforts to scrap much of Democrat Barack Obama's health care law hit a new complication on Wednesday: Wary House conservatives who insist that the bill satisfy their goals of low-premium insurance policies with … more
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