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  • energy

    Wednesday, Mar 29, 2017

    How Trump's Moves on Coal Will Affect the Industry: Analysis

    How Trump's Moves on Coal Will Affect the Industry: Analysis

    President Donald Trump's move to roll back Obama-era regulations aimed at curbing climate change comes as the coal industry is reeling from job losses, bankruptcies, pollution restrictions and growing competiti...

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  • Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

    DNC Asks All Staffers For Resignation Letters: Sources

    DNC Asks All Staffers For Resignation Letters: Sources

    Democratic National Committee has requested the resignation letters of all current staffers be submitted by next month, according to multiple sources familiar with the party's internal working, NBC News...

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  • manafort

    Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

    Manafort-Linked Accounts on Cyprus Raised Red Flag

    Manafort-Linked Accounts on Cyprus Raised Red Flag

    A bank in Cyprus investigated accounts associated with President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, for possible money-laundering, two banking sources with direct knowledge of his businesses...

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  • crash

    Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

    Three Storm Chasers Killed in Texas Crash

    The Texas Department of Public Safety says three people who died in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday in West Texas were storm chasers. The Suburban apparently ran through a stop sign, DPS investigators say. The...

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  • mosul

    Wednesday, Mar 29, 2017

    US 'Probably Had a Role' in Mosul Civilian Killings: General

    US 'Probably Had a Role' in Mosul Civilian Killings: General

    The top American general in Mosul spoke Tuesday about a March 17 U.S. airstrike in the city, saying an initial assesment shows America "probably had a role" in the deaths of civilian in a nearby building. Lt....

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  • Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

    Trump Signs Four Bills Rolling Back Obama-Era Regulations

    Trump Signs Four Bills Rolling Back Obama-Era Regulations

    President Donald Trump is signing a handful of measures aimed at rolling back Obama-era regulations. Two roll back rules that deal with how states assess school performance and teacher preparation programs.

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  • Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

    All WH Staff to Skip Correspondents' Dinner

    All WH Staff to Skip Correspondents' Dinner

    White House staff will be skipping this year's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner along with President Donald Trump. The White House Correspondents' Association announced Tuesday evening that they have been informed staff would not be attending out of "solidarity" with the president. Trump previously announced his intention to skip the annual dinner. The board says in a statement that it "regrets this decision very much," but that the event will go on as planned.

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  • health care

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    Senate, WH pass on Trump's Push to Revive Health Bill

    Senate, WH pass on Trump's Push to Revive Health Bill

    Senate Republicans and White House officials sounded ready to abandon efforts to repeal and replace the nation's health care law, at least for now, even as House Republicans — and the president himself — insisted Tuesday they were not ready to give up. The intraparty dispute came in the wake of last Friday's collapse of health care legislation in the House, a GOP humiliation at the climactic moment of seven years of promises to get rid of former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.

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  • FCC

    Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

    House Votes in Favor of Letting ISPs Sell Your Data

    House Votes in Favor of Letting ISPs Sell Your Data

    The House of Representatives approved a measure on Tuesday that would keep the Federal Communications Commission from enforcing rules passed last year that would ban internet, cable and mobile providers from selling your data without your consent. With strong opposition from Democrats, the measure narrowly passed in the House by a 215-205 vote. No Democrats voted for the bill, and 15 Republicans opposed it. A similar version squeaked through the Senate last Thursday on a party-line vote of 50-48. The White House said in a statement on Tuesday that Trump "strongly supports" the repeal, while internet privacy advocates frame this as a battle between privacy and profits. Kate Tummarello, a policy analyst at the San Francisco based Electronic Frontier Foundation, said the "commonsense rules" Congress voted to repeal were designed "to protect your data" and keep internet service providers from doing a "host of creepy things" without your consent.

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