In Interview, Trump Expresses Anger at Sessions and Comey, and Warns Mueller

In Interview, Trump Expresses Anger at Sessions and Comey, and Warns Mueller

By PETER BAKER, MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and MAGGIE HABERMAN © 2017 New York Times News Service

Why Are Dogs So Friendly? The Answer May Be in 2 Genes

By JAMES GORMAN © 2017 New York Times News Service

Trump Defends Health Care Bill Over Lunch With GOP Senators

By EILEEN SULLIVAN and JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump vigorously defended an all-but-dead Senate health care bill Wednesday, pressing Republicans to stay in Washington and improve the proposal or risk being tagged as supporting the current system, which he called a “big lie.”

Justice Dept. Revives Criticized Policy Allowing Assets to Be Seized

By REBECCA R. RUIZ © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — The Justice Department revived a widely criticized practice on Wednesday that allows state and local law enforcement officials to use federal law to seize the cash, cars or other personal property of people suspected of crimes but not charged.

The Myth of Drug Expiration Dates

By Marshall Allen, ProPublica

‘Plan C’ on Health Law, Repeal Now, Replace Later, Has Collapsed

By THOMAS KAPLAN © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — With their bill to repeal and replace the health care law in tatters, Senate leaders Tuesday pushed to vote on a different measure that would repeal major parts of President Barack Obama’s health law without a replacement — but that plan appeared also to collapse.

China Censors Winnie-the-Pooh on Social Media

By JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ © 2017 New York Times News Service BEIJING — The Chinese government routinely censors discussion of weighty issues like Tibet, Taiwan and human rights abuses.

Afghanistan More Deadly for Women and Children, U.N. Says

By MUJIB MASHAL and TAIMOOR SHAH © 2017 New York Times News Service

Governors See a Trump Void and Go Global

By ALEXANDER BURNS © 2017 New York Times News Service PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington, a Democrat, huddled with the leaders of Mexico and Canada in the space of 48 hours this spring, racing to Mexico City from Seattle for back-to-back discussions on climate change and trade

DeVos Says Education Dept. Will Revisit Obama-Era Campus Sexual Assault Policies

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos signaled on Thursday that she intends to take a hard look at whether the Obama administration’s campus rape policies deprived accused students of their rights, saying that “a system without due process ultimately serves no one in the end.”

Trump Says Son Is ‘Innocent’ Amid Reports of Russia Meeting

By PETER BAKER and NEIL MacFARQUHAR © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — After initially holding back, President Donald Trump jumped to the defense of his son Wednesday morning, denouncing reports about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer to gain incriminating information about Hillary Clinton as part of “the greatest witch hunt in political history.

Senate Republicans Promise Health Bill on Thursday

By THOMAS KAPLAN and ROBERT PEAR © 2017 New York Times News Service

North Koreans in Russia Work ‘Basically in the Situation of Slaves’

By ANDREW HIGGINS © 2017 New York Times News Service VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — Across Western Europe and the United States, immigrants from poorer countries, whether plumbers from Poland or farmhands from Mexico, have become a lightning rod for economic anxieties over cheap labor.

After Lawmaker’s Shooting, a Twist: Republicans Push to Ease Gun Laws

By EMILY COCHRANE © 2017 New York Times News Service

Trump Team Met With Lawyer Linked to Kremlin During Campaign

By JO BECKER, MATT APUZZO and ADAM GOLDMAN © 2017 New York Times News Service Two weeks after Donald Trump clinched the Republican presidential nomination last year, his eldest son arranged a meeting at Trump Tower in Manhattan with a Russian lawyer who has connections to the Kremlin, according to confidential government records described to The New York Times

Recess Erodes GOP Support of Health Bill

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER and ROBERT PEAR © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — A week that Senate Republicans had hoped would mobilize conservatives and shore up support for their measure to repeal the Affordable Care Act instead ended with eroding enthusiasm, as usually reliable Republican senators from red states blanched at its impact on rural communities

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