Ryan: Trump Should Not Work With Democrats on Healthcare
House Speaker Paul Ryan is concerned that the Republican Party is pushing President Donald Trump into working with Democrats so he can fulfill his campaign promises to repeal and replace Obamacare, and he does not "want that to happen." [Full Story]
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Ryan: Trump Should Not Work With Democrats on Healthcare
Dershowitz: Trump 'Clearly' Endorsed Palestinian State
Prominent U.S. lawyer Alan Dershowitz said in an interview Thursday that President Donald Trump spoke to him "clearly" about a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, suggesting a shift in Trump's stance.... [Full Story]
Trump Slams Freedom Caucus: 'We Must Fight Them'
President Donald Trump lashed out at the conservative House Freedom [Full Story]
Newsmax's CEO Ruddy Talks to Forbes About Trump, Business
Forbes' Miguel Forbes interviews Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy. [Full Story]
Gizzi: Russian Dissident Slams Putin, Calls on Senate for Sanctions
Twice-poisoned Russian dissident Vladimir Kara-Murza testified before [Full Story]
Economy Grew at 2.1% Rate, Higher Than First Thought
The U.S. economy grew at a slightly faster rate in the fourth quarter [Full Story]
Ryan: Nobody Suggesting 'Even in a Vague Way' Trump Under FBI Probe
Nobody has suggested, "not even in a vague way," that President [Full Story] |
Senate Intelligence Warns France, Germany About Russian Interference in Elections
Russia's efforts to influence elections may extend beyond the United [Full Story]
NC Transgender Bathroom Law Repeal Part of GOP-Cooper Deal
North Carolina's transgender bathroom law is being repealed by the [Full Story]
New Site Is Collecting Your Data – Enter Name to See What They Post
SPONSOR: Step 1: Enter name and state - Step 2: See results [Full Story]
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall Less Than Expected
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell less [Full Story]
Distraction Cited as Pedestrian Deaths Spiked in 2016
Pedestrian deaths are climbing faster than motorist fatalities, [Full Story]
Police: Florida Mom Beats up Daughter's Rival at School
A mother faces multiple charges after police say she showed up at a [Full Story]
'Let's Talk,' WHO Says, as Depression Rates Rise 18@ in a Decade
Depression is now the leading cause of ill health and disability [Full Story]
No Cellphones Backstage for Accountants After Oscar Flub
PwC accountants won't be allowed to have their cellphones backstage [Full Story]
Unfazed by Trump, 'Bunch of Gringos' Chase Mexican Dream
Despite recent strains in U.S.-Mexican ties, U.S. expatriates say [Full Story]
Poll: Americans Dislike GOP's, Trump's Plan on Healthcare
Note to President Donald Trump and House Republicans: People really [Full Story]
Ryan: I Don't Want Trump Working With Dems on Healthcare
House Speaker Paul Ryan is concerned that the Republican Party [Full Story] |
White House Praises Brexit, Following European Commission Prez's Blast At Trump
A day after Prime Minister Theresa May signed the letter beginning [Full Story]
Reagan's Son: Trump Attacks 'Beyond Belief'
SPECIAL: David Horowitz predicted the media's relentless attacks on [Full Story]
North Korea: McCain 'Fat Kid' Remark 'Declaration of War'
North Korea is apparently not at all happy with Sen. John McCain [Full Story]
Podesta Lawyer Sends Cease-and-Desist to The Daily Caller
John Podesta, the former campaign manager for Hillary Clinton, sent a [Full Story]
Texas Gov Hails Trump's Rollback of 'Ill-Defined Leftist Agenda'
Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, hailed President Donald Trump's [Full Story] |
Gov. Abbott: Sheriffs Who Want Sanctuary Cities 'Need to Quit Their Job'
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tells Newsmax TV that the Department of [Full Story] |
Stephen Moore: Tweaked Healthcare Bill Should Pass Within Months
Economist Stephen Moore, co-founder of the conservative groups [Full Story] |
Bill Kristol: Trump Needs to Adopt 'Bite-Size' Approach to Pass Agenda
President Donald Trump needs to adopt a "bite-size, medium-size [Full Story] |
Some B Vitamins Loaded With Dangerously High Levels: Report
B vitamins play crucial roles in our bodies, reducing the risk of strokes, memory loss, and even Alzheimer’s disease. But you can get too much of a good thing, according to a new report that finds some vitamin brands contain toxic levels of the vitamin. [Full Story]
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