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Wall Street hits six-week low on Trump''s healthcare bill defeat

Wall Street`s main indexes hit their lowest levels in six weeks on Monday after Republicans pulled a healthcare bill, raising questions about President Donald Trump`s ability to deliver on his ambitious economic agenda.

After legislative defeat, Trump promises 'great' plan to replace Obamacare

After legislative defeat, Trump promises 'great' plan to replace Obamacare

Donald Trump has suffered a humiliating legislative defeat as Republicans were forced to pull their repeal of the Obamacare bill, prompting the US President to declare that his predecessor's flagship scheme will fall apart, as he promised to make a "great" new healthcare plan for Americans.

Top Senate Democrat promises to block Trump's Supreme court pick

Top Senate Democrat promises to block Trump's Supreme court pick

The top U.S. Senate Democrat on Thursday pledged to pursue a procedural hurdle to try to block the confirmation of Republican President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, a move that could provoke a nasty partisan fight.

High stakes for Donald Trump in vote on US healthcare plan

U.S. President Donald Trump may face his first major legislative hurdle on Thursday: a do-or-die vote in the House of Representatives on a plan that would roll back the signature healthcare law of former President Barack Obama.

12.2 million sign up for 'Obamacare' despite its problems

More than 12.2 million people have signed up for coverage nationwide this year under the Obama-era health care law even with the uncertainty created by President Donald Trump's vow to repeal and replace it.

Republican-led Senate takes first step to repeal 'Obamacare'

Republican-led Senate takes first step to repeal 'Obamacare'

Congress is poised to complete its initial step toward dismantling President Barack Obama's health care law, as Republicans divided over how to replace it face pressure from Donald Trump for quick action.

Republicans, Democrats unite behind Donald Trump to attack United Nations

The deeply divided Democrats and Republicans have rallied behind US President-elect Donald Trump in the House of Representatives to denounce the UN for a Security Council resolution condemning Israel for building settlements on the occupied territories.

Republicans drop ethics rules change after Trump rebuke

Republicans drop ethics rules change after Trump rebuke

US House Republicans scrapped Tuesday a controversial rules change that would have gutted a congressional ethics office, after President-elect Donald Trump rebuked the strategy hours before lawmakers were to vote on the measure.

Challenging election results may not be easy for Donald Trump: Report

The CRS report argued that there is little evidence of mass scale voter fraud in US elections.  

Donald Trump emerges as most discussed person on Twitter during final presidential debate

Donald Trump emerges as most discussed person on Twitter during final presidential debate

Donald Trump has dominated the Twitter conversation surrounding the third and final presidential debate.

Donald Trump lashes out at `disloyal` Republicans

Embattled presidential hopeful Donald Trump lashed out against "disloyal" Republicans in a ranting tweetstorm Tuesday, deepening a split that threatens the future of the 162-year-old party.

Donald Trump steps up his attacks on US House speaker Paul Ryan and fleeing Republicans

Donald Trump steps up his attacks on US House speaker Paul Ryan and fleeing Republicans

Donald Trump stepped up his attacks against U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday, calling him a "weak and ineffective leader" and saying Ryan and other Republicans were hurting his bid for the White House by holding back their support.

Five takeaways from the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debate

Five takeaways from the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debate

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went toe to toe Sunday in their second presidential debate, clashing over crude remarks by the billionaire Republican -- who vowed that if elected he would jail his opponent over her email use as a secretary of state.

US Presidential Elections: Some Republicans abandon Donald Trump, but some still stick by him

US Presidential Elections: Some Republicans abandon Donald Trump, but some still stick by him

Some senior Republicans and leaders on Saturday lined up to denounce presidential nominee Donald Trump for his incendiary remarks about women that he made in 2005, while some others blasted the remarks and demanded apology from Trump while not explicitly withdrawing support to him, CNN reported.

Deplorable comment Hillary Clinton's 'single biggest mistake': Donald Trump

Donald Trump Monday said that rival Hillary Clinton's comment calling half of his supporters "deplorables" was the "single biggest mistake" of this political season.

Donald Trump shakes up campaign, names combative news executive in senior role

Donald Trump shakes up campaign, names combative news executive in senior role

Republican Donald Trump hired the pugnacious head of a conservative news website and promoted a woman in a shakeup of his troubled presidential campaign, an indication he is determined to maintain his combative style while honing his message to the voters who have taken him this far.

Pressure mounts to reject Donald Trump amid fallout from gun-rights remark

Pressure from high-profile Republicans and rank-and-file voters mounted on Wednesday to reject Donald Trump’s candidacy as his campaign dealt with fallout from his remark that gun rights activists could stop Hillary Clinton from nominating liberal US Supreme Court justices.

Clinton and Trump hit the road, looking for convention bounce

Clinton and Trump hit the road, looking for convention bounce

Both parties are deeply divided and led by profoundly unpopular figures with approval ratings below 40 percent.

Five key moments at the Democratic convention Arrived

The Democratic Party gathered in sweltering Philadelphia for four days this week to nominate Hillary Clinton as their presidential nominee and catapult themselves toward November`s election.

Headline US will welcome target of 10,000 Syria refugees: Kerry

Headline US will welcome target of 10,000 Syria refugees: Kerry

The United States will welcome 10,000 Syrian refugees this fiscal year.