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Doctors Say New Rule Will Mean Sicker Immigrants

Doctors Say New Rule Will Mean Sicker Immigrants

By Sophia Tareen | Aug 19
Doctors and public health experts warn of poor health and rising costs they say will come from sweeping Trump administration changes that would deny green cards to many immigrants who use Medicaid

Warren Offers Public Apology Over Claim to Tribal Heritage

Warren Offers Public Apology Over Claim to Tribal Heritage

By Elana Schor and Josh Funk | Aug 19
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren offered a public apology Monday to Native Americans over her past claim to tribal heritage, directly tackling an area that's proved to be her biggest political liability.

Trump Wields Sanctions Hammer; Experts Wonder to What End

Trump Wields Sanctions Hammer; Experts Wonder to What End

By Matthew Lee | Aug 19
The Trump administration is aggressively pursuing economic sanctions as a primary foreign policy tool to an extent unseen in decades, or perhaps ever. Many are questioning the results even as officials insist the penalties are achieving their aims.

Health Plan's 'Cadillac Tax' May Finally Be Running Out Of Gas

Health Plan's 'Cadillac Tax' May Finally Be Running Out Of Gas

By Julie Rovner | Aug 19
The politics of health care are changing. And one of the most controversial parts of the Affordable Care Act — the so-called Cadillac tax — may be about to change with it

Sen. Markey Faces 2 Challengers; Now Some Pushing for a 3rd

Sen. Markey Faces 2 Challengers; Now Some Pushing for a 3rd

By Steve LeBlanc | Aug 17
Some Massachusetts voters see Sen. Edward Markey as potentially vulnerable to a primary challenge, and one group is even trying to persuade U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy to run for his seat.

Log Cabin Republicans Endorse Trump, Claims his 'Bold Actions' Benefit LGBTQ People

Log Cabin Republicans Endorse Trump, Claims his 'Bold Actions' Benefit LGBTQ People

Aug 17
Is Donald Trump good for the LGBTQ community? Log Cabin Republicans think so.

Latino Actors, Writers Pen 'Letter of Solidarity' Amid Fears

Latino Actors, Writers Pen 'Letter of Solidarity' Amid Fears

By Russell Contreras | Aug 17
Actresses America Ferrera and Eva Longoria are leading a group of more than 150 writers, artists and leaders who have written a public "letter of solidarity" to U.S. Latinos after the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.

Native American Voters, once Overlooked, Seek Role for 2020

Native American Voters, once Overlooked, Seek Role for 2020

By Kali Robinson | Aug 17
Democratic presidential candidates will descend on Iowa next week to do something that Native Americans say doesn't happen enough: court their vote.

Bullock Tries to Find Middle Ground on Guns

Bullock Tries to Find Middle Ground on Guns

By Michelle L. Price | Aug 17
As a Democratic politician in deep-red Montana, Steve Bullock has long searched for a middle ground on guns. Now a presidential candidate in a party pushing hard for new gun-control laws, he still is.

AP Interview: Pelosi Assails 'Weakness' of Trump, Netanyahu

AP Interview: Pelosi Assails 'Weakness' of Trump, Netanyahu

By Lisa Mascaro | Aug 17
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday the U.S.-Israel relationship can withstand the "weakness" of President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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