House Republicans say they will try again to advance a bill to repeal and replace key pillars of President Obama's health care law.
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The president on Tuesday signed an executive order with the intention to help bring back coal jobs. But clean energy jobs, like solar, have taken off, far outpacing coal.
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Residents of the Michigan city have been struggling with a crisis over lead in the water for the past three years. Now, the state is required to replace lead service lines within three years.
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Thomas turns the Van Morrison classic into pure NOLA R&B, emphasizing the wonderful impracticality of unconditional love.
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The Chesapeake restoration and others like it are in limbo because President Trump’s budget blueprint would eliminate funding for some regional cleanup programs.
At issue are alleged overpayments from the government to the the insurer UnitedHealth Group, which runs popular Medicare Advantage plans.
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On stage in Australia and New Zealand, the singer has hinted at retirement in recent days. Naturally, it's time for a little idle speculation.
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Last week, Stephen Mnuchin told a crowd he couldn't legally promote movies he helped fund, then recommended one. His audience laughed. The ranking senator on the Senate Finance Committee isn't amused.
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A proposed agreement will require the state of Michigan to replace up to 18,000 lead and galvanized water pipes in the city of Flint.
Lawmakers gave First Minister Nicola Sturgeon the power to pursue a referendum on independence — Scotland's second in several years. The move sets up a showdown with the U.K. government.
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Journalist Sharon Weinberger discusses the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency, which develops innovative scientific technologies for the military. Her new book is The Imagineers of War.
Only a year since the last one, the D.C. post-punk band already has album number four in the bag. Hear the weirdly catchy first single from Can You Please Not Help.
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This week's essential mix includes a profoundly moving elegy to a lost sister from Hippo Campus, an electro-pop dance track from Sufjan Stevens' latest project, new music from Gorillaz and more.
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Just five years ago, there were only around 2,000 U.S. craft brewers. More than 800 opened for business in 2016 — and they're finding a changing market.
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In an interview, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the threat posed by artificial intelligence is "50 to 100 more years" away.
After a vote by National Football League owners, the Oakland Raiders will be relocating to Sin City in just a few years.
When President Trump signed his travel ban in January, one family in Portland, Maine, was watching every development with great concern.
The Chicago region is one of the most segregated in the country, according to a new study from the Metropolitan Planning Council and the Urban Institute.
Drake set streaming records last week, an album chart record yesterday and singles chart records today. How'd he do it?
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What goes into the writing of a dictionary? In her book, Merriam-Webster lexicographer Kory Stamper gives a behind-the-scenes look at the process.