In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump breathed new life into two controversial pipeline projects that were halted under the Obama administration. Also, the United Kingdom's Supreme Court ruled that British Prime Minister Theresa May will have to get Parliament's…
By PBS NewsHour
President Trump's selection for secretary of health and human services took his turn before a Senate committee on Tuesday. Similar to last week's hearings, Rep. Tom Price faced tough questions on the Affordable Care Act. The president's pick for budget…
By Lisa Desjardins
A look at the Trump campaign's "contract with the American voter" and the actions he has taken in the Oval Office.
By Vivian Salama, Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The leading contenders—who all have met with Trump—are William Pryor, Neil Gorsuch and Thomas Hardiman, all nominated by George W. Bush to their posts.
By Michael Biesecker and John Flesher, Associated Press
The Trump administration has instituted a media blackout at the Environmental Protection Agency and barred staff from awarding any new contracts or grants, part of a broader communications clampdown within the executive branch.
By Courtney Norris
Protesters are gathering outside the White House after President Trump said he plans to “renegotiate some of the terms” of the controversial pipelines.
By Marisa Taylor and Christina Jewett, Kaiser Health News
The document shows for the first time the nature of the assistance Price provided for MiMedx, a firm in his district that would become a top campaign contributor, seeding his political funds with more than $40,000 in the years since…
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump criticized the FBI during the campaign for its decision not to recommend charges against his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.
By Associated Press
The South Carolina Republican says it's too early to say what steps the new administration will take to reduce intractable government deficits.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar and Alan Fram, Associated Press
Trump's selection, Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., 62, is a veteran conservative congressman and orthopedic surgeon from Atlanta's suburbs who has long favored voiding Obama's 2010 law and wrote his own proposed substitute for it.
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