Some Republican lawmakers, increasingly frustrated with President Trump, took the unusual step of openly criticizing him. Fueling their concerns was the impression that Trump may not have a clear endgame.
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President Trump said the United States is “winning” the trade war with China and touted the “over $100 billion in tariffs” the country will collect. But studies concluded that Americans paid nearly the entire tab. One Seattle business feels the pain acutely.
The measure, which makes no exceptions for victims of rape or incest, permits abortion only when necessary to save a mother’s life, setting up what Republicans hope will be a fight that goes to the Supreme Court.
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Spain has emerged as a destination of choice for many Venezuelans of means, including those whose families once fled from the dictatorship of Francisco Franco. But some find it difficult to reconnect with a homeland that was little more than a distant memory.
In a closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser tried to pitch his plan to overhaul legal immigration but failed to win over Republicans, according to GOP officials.
New Orleans unexpectedly landed the No. 1 overall pick in June’s draft, which could shift the star power of the league for the foreseeable future, thanks to a possible once-in-a-generation talent atop the board.