Trump has made bringing down drug costs a top priority, but his administration's plan would create winners and losers. Here's what we know.
By Jessica Yarvin and Erica R. Hendry
These days, it’s hard to stop news from Washington, D.C., from flooding your news feed. We take a moment every week to bring you important stories beyond the White House and the Capitol. Here’s what we’re reading now.
By Deb Reichmann, Associated Press and Zeke Miller, Associated Press
FBI Director Chris Wray said the bureau closed its background investigation on Rob Porter in January, weeks before the allegations were published.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
President Donald Trump warned that it's now or never when it comes to extending protections for young immigrants living in the country illegally.
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press and Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press
The investigation by Missouri's Sen. Claire McCaskill sheds light on the opioid industry's ability to shape public opinion and raises questions about its role in an overdose epidemic that has claimed hundreds of thousands of American lives.
By Joshua Barajas
Detectives Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor, formerly of the city's Gun Trace Task Force, were found guilty of racketeering charges, after weeks of testimony that detailed how the officers used force to extort people for cash and drugs, among other…
By PBS NewsHour
President Trump unveiled his long-awaited infrastructure plan to fix roads, bridges and airports on Monday, as well as his $4.4 trillion outline of spending priorities. But the plan was overshadowed by internal struggles at the White House, and questions of…
By PBS NewsHour
An Iowa program aims to fix two problems: food insecurity and deer overpopulation. Dubbed Help Us Stop Hunger, Iowa’s Department of Natural Resources has leveraged Iowa’s popular deer hunting industry into more than 10 million meals for the needy. Special…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
"If you want it badly, you're going to get it," Trump told state and local officials during a meeting at the White House. "And if you don't want it, that's OK with me too."…
Police say Vanessa Trump called 911 Monday morning after opening a letter addressed to Donald Trump Jr. at their midtown Manhattan apartment. Police say she said she was coughing and felt nauseous.
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