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  1. By the numbers: How Trump stacks up after 100 days

    In his first 100 days, President Donald Trump has signed more bills into law than the previous five presidents and has signed more executive orders than any president since Harry Truman.
  2. How artists are marking Trump's 100th day in office

    President Donald Trump's 100th day in office has become, perhaps unintentionally, an inspiration for artists nationwide.
  3. Former DNC chair slams Trump's 'irrational and extreme agenda'

    Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz said Saturday that the best thing to come out of President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office was the number of people who have come together to protest him.
  4. Trump: Don't worry, we'll build the wall

    While speaking at the NRA Leadership Forum, President Donald Trump said his proposed border wall will be built, no matter the cost.
  5. Protesters take on Trump's climate policies -- and the heat

    Thousands of people who support action on climate change are expected to brave the sweltering heat Saturday and march through the nation's capital as part of the People's Climate March.
  6. EPA removes climate change information from website

    The EPA removed most climate change information from its website Friday, saying in a press release that language on the website is being updated to "reflect the approach of new leadership."
  7. Del. senator slams Trump's N. Korea tweet: 'No longer reality TV'

    Democratic Sen. Chris Coons slammed President Donald Trump's tweet Saturday about North Korea's latest missile test, saying Twitter is no place to conduct diplomacy.
  8. Democrats' Senate math problem

    Chuck Schumer is not only the leader of Democrats in the Senate. He's also the smartest political mind of that group. Which makes what the New York Senator told MSNBC on Friday sort of perplexing.
  9. Trump labels MS-13 public enemy No.1

    President Donald Trump and his top immigration enforcers have begun to focus their attention on the deadly MS-13 gang, saying the administration's hardline immigration policies are focused on stopping its spread in the US.
  10. US yellow fever vaccine supply will run out this summer, CDC says

    American supplies of yellow fever vaccine are expected to run out this summer , the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday, and it released a report outlining a plan to ensure continuous access.
  11. The last hours leading to Kenneth Williams' execution

    The execution of Arkansas death row inmate Kenneth Williams is raising questions after witnesses reports say his body repeatedly lurched when a lethal drug coursed through his veins.
  12. Opinion: How much did United pay Dr. Dao?

    Danny Cevallos: Dr. David Dao and United Airlines both had good reasons to settle the case now.
  13. How the LAPD changed after the 1992 riots

    Twenty-five years later, expert observers say the LAPD is a department transformed -- and that the change was made possible, in large part, by a consent decree, a police agreement with the federal government.
  14. Jimmy John's cashier gives armed robber a side of chill

    A Kansas City Jimmy John's cashier seemed unfazed after a man pointed a gun to his head during a robbery caught on video.
  15. Grave injustice: Park restores dignity to fallen Americans

    The first time Carol Hull set foot on Poplar Grove National Cemetery near Petersburg, Virginia, she was focused on a single grave -- that of her great-great-grandfather.
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