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As Affordable Care Act Repeal Teeters, Prospects for Bipartisanship Build
While he presses Republicans to get behind his bill for undoing Obamacare, Senator Mitch McConnell is also raising the specter of bringing Democrats into Senate health care talks.
In McConnell‚Äôs Own State, Fear and Confusion Over Health Care Bill
Medicaid covers nearly one in three in Kentucky, and people here don‚Äôt know what to oppose more: Obamacare or Republicans‚Äô cure for it.
White House Warning Halted Syria Chemical Attack, Officials Say
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis noted the lack of a strike in the two days since the warning, which threatened that Syria‚Äôs president would ‚Äúpay a heavy price‚ÄĚ if he used the weapons.
Trump‚Äôs R.S.V.P. to Macron: Yes to Bastille Day in Paris
When the White House asked if the trip would be worth Mr. Trump‚Äôs time, the French president said it would be a powerful symbol of trans-Atlantic unity.
Trump, Amazon and ‚ÄėInternet Taxes‚Äô: What Did He Mean?
A tweet may have implied support for legislation helping states force online retailers to collect sales taxes. But that is already Amazon‚Äôs practice.
Republican Party, Venezuela, Chris Paul: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
Here‚Äôs what you need to know at the end of the day.
Europe Edition: Ransomware, George Pell, Confederations Cup: Your Thursday Briefing
Here‚Äôs what you need to know to start your day.
Australian Cardinal and Aide to Pope Is Charged With Sexual Assault
Cardinal George Pell, the country‚Äôs most senior Roman Catholic prelate and the Vatican‚Äôs de facto finance chief, has been ordered to appear in court next month.
Ukraine Cyberattack Was Meant to Paralyze, not Profit, Evidence Shows
Pinpointing the initial targets of the assault ‚ÄĒ Ukrainian accountants who use a tax preparation software required by the government ‚ÄĒ was a major clue.
Hacks Raise Fear Over N.S.A.‚Äôs Hold on Cyberweapons
Hackers in two global attacks have used cyberweapons stolen from a dangerous collection that had been amassed by the agency.
After Helicopter Attack, Venezuelans Ask, What Was That About?
If the assault on government buildings was meant as a call to arms, it instead bewildered Venezuelans who have been protesting the government for months.
Rogue Police Copter Attacks Venezuela‚Äôs Supreme Court
A rogue police force attacked Venezuela's Supreme Court in Caracas by helicopter on Tuesday, amid antigovernment protests.
Perjury Charge Dropped Against Ex-Trooper in Sandra Bland Case
Brian Encinia, the officer who arrested Ms. Bland in Texas, agreed to end his law-enforcement career in exchange for dismissal of a perjury charge.
North Korea Calls for Execution of South Korean Ex-President and Aide
The North Koreans said former President Park Geun-hye of South Korea and her intelligence chief would face a ‚Äúmiserable dog‚Äôs death.‚ÄĚ
Torture Victim Seeking Asylum in U.S. Will Not Be Deported
A Venezuelan man who fled to Miami after being beaten by security forces back home is no longer in danger of being sent back, an immigration judge ruled.
Parents of Austin Tice, Held Hostage in Syria, Say He Is Alive
Marc and Debra Tice said that the United States government had shared information with them that leads them to believe their son is alive.
Passengers Flying Into U.S. to Face More Scrutiny, but Laptops Allowed
After discussions with officials in Europe, the Department of Homeland Security has abandoned a ban on large electronic devices in favor of more robust screening measures.
A Canopy of Knitted Light at MoMA PS1
Take a 360-degree tour through ‚ÄúLumen,‚ÄĚ Jenny Sabin‚Äôs photoluminescent installation at MoMA PS1. Ms. Sabin won the museum‚Äôs Young Architects Program.
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Feature: Greetings, E.T. (Please Don‚Äôt Murder Us.)
A new initiative to beam messages into space may be our best shot yet at learning whether we‚Äôre alone in the universe. There‚Äôs just one problem: What if we‚Äôre not?
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