President Obama went to Capitol Hill to meet with House and Senate Democrats and strategize to protect the Affordable Care Act, as Republicans look to dismantle the law as their top priority.
Ford has cancelled plans for a new plant in Mexico after being slammed by Donald Trump during the presidential campaign. He claimed the company was shipping jobs across the border. The car company was planning to invest $1.6 billion in Mexico.
President Obama and Vice President-elect Mike Pence met with their respective parties' lawmakers in an effort to frame the debate over the coming Affordable Care Act fight.
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President Obama heads to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to talk to Democrats about how to protect the Affordable Care Act from being dismantled by Republicans.
It's true that more people Googled their Congress members than usual. But that was still only a handful of people.
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The president will strategize with congressional Democrats about defending the Affordable Care Act. David Greene talks to Rep. Joseph Crowley of New York, who chairs the House Democratic Caucus.
Donald Trump and Republican leaders have promised to repeal and replace the law. Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, vice-chair of the Trump transition team.
President Obama tries to rally congressional Democrats to save his namesake health care law, even as Republicans take the first step toward repeal.
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The proposal to weaken an independent ethics panel was scrapped after widespread condemnation. David Greene talks to Republican Rep. Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania about the political fallout.
President Obama will strategize with Democrats on Capitol Hill Tuesday morning on ways to preserve Obamacare. Republicans are committed to dismantling the healthcare law in its current form.
Ari Fleischer, former White House press secretary under President George W. Bush, talks to Rachel Martin about President-elect Donald Trump's relationship with the press.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is expected to conduct the first hearing on Russian cyber threats. Rachel Martin talks to David Kramer, former assistant secretary of state under George W. Bush.
Democrat Andrew Cuomo says his plan would allow students from families earning less than $125,000 a year to attend state-run schools without paying tuition.
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In a surprise move, Ford said Tuesday it is scrapping plans to build a $1.6 billion small car assembly plant in Mexico after criticism from Donald Trump about its decision to build the plant.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Leo Wise, who served as the first head of the Office of Congressional Ethics, about the history of the office.
Congress is expected to take up repeal of the Affordable Care Act this week. The plan is still sketchy, but some details are starting to emerge.
Congress is back, and Republican leaders are ready to push an ambitious agenda with unified GOP control of Capitol Hill and the White House for the first time in a decade.
Donald Trump nominated Robert Lighthizer to be the U.S. trade representative. Lighthizer will be tasked with helping to implement an overhaul of U.S. trade policy that will feature tariff threats against a number of U.S. trading partners.
George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, also announced Tuesday they would attend. And Jimmy Carter has previously announced his intention to be on hand.
Nationwide, local officials have vowed to defy President-elect Trump should he try to deport immigrants in their cities. Some advocates wish they'd stood up sooner.
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