The move by states like Alabama, Georgia and Ohio to impose drastic restrictions on abortion could bolster Republicans' support from religious voters wary of President Donald Trump but risks alienating moderates, political experts said on Wednesday. (Reuters Politics) More
A recap of latest polls and data-driven studies from the CBS News Election & Survey Unit.
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President Donald Trump has once again shoved aside past Republican orthodoxy on debt and spending as he announced a budget deal with House Speaker ...
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Tuesday, July 23, 2019 Kaiser Health News
Amid an overall crackdown on private insurers' Medicare billing practices, a new government audit and a whistleblower suit allege St. Louis-based Essence ...
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Joe Biden Wants to Take America Back to a Time Before Trump The New York Times
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There's a big crop of governors who were newly elected in November 2018. Now, about six months in to their first term, most of them have accomplished at least ...
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