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March 21, 2017 4:01 AM Trump, Embattled in Washington, Recharges Among Fans in Kentucky

“This place is packed,” he exulted. “We’re in the heartland of America, and there is no place I would rather be.” In the packed stands of Freedom Hall in Louisville, the swirl of questions back in Washington — about the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia or the president’s debunked assertions that he had been wiretapped by his predecessor — seemed a million 72

March 20, 2017 11:51 AM Trump Still Hasn't Done Very Much

Month Two: What matters and what didn't. Monday marks the end of President Donald Trump’s second month in office. And once again, it was a month dominated by news coverage of President Donald Trump. He plunged into a ferocious battle over Obamacare, delivered his first speech to Congress, released his first budget blueprint and revised his controversial 74

March 12, 2017 5:25 AM Fact check: Trump’s statements for the week

WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of Donald Trump’s boasts from the first weeks of his presidency were dashed by developments in recent days. For example, builders of the Keystone XL pipeline were let off the hook from a buy-American requirement that Trump had promised. On another front, though, there’s now some substance behind his cherry-picking claims that jobs are growing 47

March 11, 2017 9:00 PM Pence relies more on charm than oratory to push the GOP health-care plan in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE — Vice President Pence was in full charm mode Saturday when he touched down here for a visit to try to sell the Republican health-care plan in a state that has a complex relationship with former president Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Just a day earlier, Kentucky’s Republican Gov. Matt Bevin had told reporters that while he is eager 76

March 1, 2017 5:34 AM How will President Trump’s agenda fare in Congress? Watch Democrats’ hands

You could do worse than to watch the hands and feet of the Democrats who attended Tuesday’s joint meeting, where the many rounds of applause were a telltale sign. Outwardly, Democrats projected an image of firm resistance. Many women dressed in suffragette white, and dozens of House members barely ever rose from their seats while their Republican counterparts 79

February 26, 2017 4:00 PM The Bernie Wing Is Starting To Make Its Peace With Tom Perez

DNC members poked Berniecrats in the eye. Do they care? ATLANTA ― When the final results of the Democratic National Committee chair race were announced, the throngs of activists in the hall to support Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison were livid. There were boos and at least one cry of “bullshit!” For several minutes afterward, as the DNC officials were making 82

February 24, 2017 4:56 PM Trump to CPAC: ‘Now you finally have a president, finally’

President Trump declared himself among friends as he delivered a campaign-style speech Friday at an annual gathering of conservative activists, where he told the crowd that the movement he built during his campaign represents the future of the Republican Party. “Now you finally have a president, finally,” Trump said, later promising that “the forgotten 70

February 24, 2017 4:37 PM Donald Trump’s CPAC speech proves it: He’s totally obsessed with the media

President Trump on Friday addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference, the event where he launched his political star in 2011. From the outset, he had one thing on his mind: the media. Trump began his speech with a lengthy tirade against the press. We have annotated the president's remarks, using Genius. To see an annotation, click on the yellow 105

February 22, 2017 9:46 PM Thousands of emails detail EPA head’s close ties to fossil fuel industry

In his previous role as Oklahoma’s attorney general, the Environmental Protection Agency’s new administrator regularly huddled with fossil fuel firms and electric utilities about how to combat federal environmental regulations and spoke to conservative political groups about what they called government “overreach,” according to thousands of pages of emails 50

February 19, 2017 3:24 AM After one month in the White House, Trump returns to the campaign trail for a dose of adoration

MELBOURNE, Fla. — As President Trump descended the stairs from Air Force One on Saturday evening, with a patriotic country song playing and thousands cheering, the 2020 election season officially began. Although the past several presidents have waited more than two years before jumping back onto the campaign trail, Trump's first four weeks in office 62