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Outlook: A Spending Deadline and a Search for Health-Bill Votes
Congress will look to finalize a deal to keep the government running, while House Republicans try to amass support for Obamacare repeal.
By Daniel Newhauser
Would States Want the GOP’s Obamacare Waivers?
Experts say vulnerable states might seek the waivers Republicans are proposing, but the move could come with political risks.
By Erin Durkin
Trump Buoyed By Hope and Faith, Not Results
After a lackluster 100 days, he needs to scrap the theatrics and show some genuine achievements.
By Charlie Cook
Bull’s Eye: Congress Vents About Airlines, Trump Vents at Air Force Football Team
The Divided States of America
Partisanship and social sorting are deciding elections, clogging government, and turning friends into foes.
Smart Ideas: A Marine Le Pen Defeat Will Not Spell the End of Global Populism
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