A few House and Senate conservatives are in open revolt and moderate Republicans are queasy about big cuts to the Medicaid safety net for the poor.
A powerful late winter storm is beginning to whip the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast, prompting flight cancellations, school closures and warnings to stay off the roads.
An AP review found the nonprofit Heidi Group has done little of the outreach it promised, such as helping clinics promote their services on Facebook, or airing public service announcements.
Militants are positioning themselves to defend the remains of its so-called “caliphate” in Syria and wage an insurgent campaign in Iraq.
In New Zealand, the number of those from the United States who applied for a grant of citizenship rose by 70 percent in the 12 weeks following his election, AP finds.
The hijacking of the oil tanker with eight Sri Lankan crew members is the first of a large commercial vessel on the crucial global trade route since 2012.
An AP analysis of new U.S. data finds the Obama administration in 2016 spent a record $36.2 million on legal costs defending its refusal to turn over federal records under the Freedom of Information Act.
Everett, Washington, is suing Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin, alleging the drugmaker knowingly allowed pills to be funneled into the black market in the community.
“Beauty and the Beast” is shelved in the mainly Muslim country, even though film censors say it had been approved with a minor cut involving a “gay moment.”
Villanova and UConn, the top teams in the NCAA Tournament for the men and women, have games scheduled in Buffalo, New York, and Connecticut.