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Why Medicaid is central to health
Republican senators unveiled their long-anticipated healthcare plan to replace Obamacare on Thursday, and it includes significant changes to Medicaid, the ... >
Venezuela's Maduro confronts perils of his reliance on the military
When Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro reshuffled duties in his deeply embattled government earlier this week, it wasn’t the changes at the top of the... >
The law that has a soldier’s back
In March, the Trump administration threatened a preemptive strike on North Korean nuclear facilities. In April, it launched missiles against Syria for its... >
Her recycling project faced long odds in Lebanon. Still, she persisted.
Packed inside are bundles of crushed plastic water bottles and barrels of empty soda cans, plastic bottle tops, and glass shards. The warehouse is the hub... >
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Why Michigan's Iraqi Christians thought Trump would spare their loved ones
Like many 30-somethings, Alen Hirmiz has tattoos. On June 11, a Sunday, immigration agents detained Mr. Hirmiz in front of his shocked parents at the family’s home in suburban Detroit. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test?... >
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An epic case of medical fraud – and the agent who cracked it
In December 2009, the Iowa Republican demanded to know how a Miami psychiatrist was writing more than 96,000 prescriptions for Medicaid patients. Health-c... >
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Clues from Georgia on Democrats' future
This was the special House race Democrats thought they could win. Clearly, anti-Trump energy alone isn’t enough to beat Republicans not named Trump. No... >
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Civilian oversight of military: How Trump is testing its minimum levels
President Trump is letting the Pentagon set its own troop levels for Afghanistan. Do these moves reflect common sense, hands-off management – or a White... >
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Moves against Polish museum and Hungarian university stir fears of censorship
Housed in a $134-million, state-of-the-art building, Poland’s Museum of the Second World War opened early this spring. The museum, which took more than ... >
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France’s drive for ethical politics
In addition, any lawmaker convicted of fraud or corruption would be barred from holding office for 10 years. Having won the election in large part because... >
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A Democrat shows how to win over Trump voters
On a sunny morning in May, Rep. Cheri Bustos showed up to work at a machine shop in south Peoria, where grain silos hug the Illinois River. Protective eye... >