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The Affordable Care Act signed into law in 2010

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March 26, 2010
Seven years ago, President Obama signed his largest legislative achievement into law. It was “the most expansive health care overhaul in history” and dramatically shaped the political debate for the next four elections. How did it get passed and what was the law supposed to accomplish?

Defiant Trump defends unsubstantiated claims of wiretapping and proposes "America first" budget

March 17, 2017
Trump doubles down on claims Obama wiretapped Trump Tower despite no evidence found by Congress.
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Two federal courts block new travel ban & Trump praises populist President Jackson

March 17, 2017
Ban on travel from six Muslim-majority countries temporarily blocked.

President Trump tries to sell wary Republicans on health care replacement and WikiLeaks details CIA spying tactics

March 10, 2017
House Republicans unveiled a replacement for Obamacare that faces tough opposition.
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Massive cuts to HUD budget, Huntsman tapped as ambassador to Russia and Trump's new travel ban

March 10, 2017
Housing and meal assistance to be eliminated in $6 billion cuts to Housing and Urban Development.

AG Jeff Sessions under fire amid new questions about Trump administration ties to Russia

March 3, 2017
Sessions recuses himself from investigations into Russia's meddling in the election.
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Washington Week: "Excellent panelists" and a "well-rounded discussion"

March 3, 2017
Washington Week’s signature for 50 years has been civil, thoughtful discussion with the country’s best reporters. That’s what Jackie told us she appreciates most. Thanks for watching for the past 50 years!
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Pastor from Trump inauguration creates safe haven for undocumented immigrants

March 3, 2017
A Sacramento pastor sets up a safe space for immigrants in his church.
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"Washington Week keeps us up-to-date"

March 2, 2017
LaTonya and her daughter love Washington Week because “it keeps us up-to-date with everything that's going on in our country and everything that's going on in the world.”