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People continue to enroll in Affordable Care Act coverage, even as huge questions loom about where millions of people will find health care in a year.

The Scouts' leaders announced the policy change after an 8-year-old transgender boy was forced out of a New Jersey troop last fall.

President Trump promises to give priority to Christians when admitting refugees to the United States, but many Christian leaders say it's the wrong approach.

The president replaced Sally Yates late Monday after she told Justice Department lawyers not to defend his executive order. The top federal prosecutor in suburban Virginia was elevated in her place.

The president concluded that Sally Yates had "betrayed the Department of Justice" by refusing to defend his executive order imposing a temporary ban on certain refugees and visa holders.

Kentucky has already enacted a bill that would prohibit labor unions from forcing non-union members to pay fees to the union. Lawmakers in Missouri and New Hampshire are debating similar bills.

They were ugly. And, unfortunately, they were not equipped with an anus. But the sand dwellers could be an important part of filling in our own early evolutionary tree.

State Department employees are using the channel to register objection to the executive action temporarily blocking refugees and visas for citizens of seven mainly Muslim countries.

Supporters of President Donald Trump talk about his first week in office — especially the executive orders he signed regarding immigration and refugees.

Lee Gelernt of the American Civil Liberties Union gives a legal analysis of the immigration ban. He is an attorney who helped get a federal judge to temporarily halt President Trump's bans.




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