Obama Defends Affordable Care Act, but Leaves Trump Out of It

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Obama Defends Affordable Care Act, but Leaves Trump Out of It

New York Times
Caroline Kennedy presented former President Barack Obama with a “Profile in Courage” award at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston on Sunday.

Meet the man who might determine your health care coverage

Washington (CNN) A few hours after the House finally passed a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, Mitch McConnell walked silently and expressionless from his office to a waiting black SUV outside the Capitol.

Trump travel ban challenge in appeals court Monday

(CNN) President Donald Trump’s travel ban is back in the spotlight Monday with a high-stakes legal battle in front of a dozen federal judges in Richmond, Virginia.

Texas governor signs bill banning sanctuary cities

(CNN) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday signed a bill that would ban sanctuary cities in his state. The bill, which Abbott could be seen signing on Facebook Live Sunday evening, establishes criminal and civil penalties for local government entities and

Motive still unclear in South Boston double slaying

The Boston Globe
The suspect in the slaying of two doctors in South Boston remained hospitalized Sunday, with arraignment plans uncertain, as family and friends of the victims reeled from shock over the brutal murders of the two highly regarded anesthesiologists.

Tempers Flare Over Removal of Confederate Statues in New Orleans

New York Times
New Orleans police officers guarding a statue of Jefferson Davis, which the city plans to remove soon. Credit Annie Flanagan for The New York Times.

EPA dismisses half of its scientific advisers on key board, citing ‘clean break’ with Obama administration

Washington Post
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has chosen to replace half of the members on one of its key scientific review boards, the first step in a broader effort by Republicans to change the way the agency evaluates the scientific

The Latest: Zinke says he may not favor shrinking monuments

Washington Post
SALT LAKE CITY – The Latest on a visit to Utah by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to review the designation of national monuments (all times local):.

Week ahead: Trump officials to huddle on Paris climate deal

The Hill
Trump administration officials — including Ivanka Trump — are due to discuss the United States’ involvement in the Paris climate deal next week as the White House nears a decision on the fate of the pact.

Trump Visit Barely Rustles the Hedgerows of Bedminster

New York Times
BEDMINSTER, N.J. – The country road rolls through a landscape that resembles a pastoral painting come to life, passing stately houses sitting at the end of winding driveways and horses behind white wooden fences, grazing in unblemished green fields.

Teenage boy killed by San Diego police after pointing a BB gun at officers called 911 moments earlier

Los Angeles Times
The 911 caller asked police to check on a 15-year-old boy standing outside of Torrey Pines High School. The boy was wearing a gray shirt and black pants, had a medium build and was not armed, the caller said.

John Kasich pans new Republican healthcare bill: Ohio Politics Roundup

Ohio Gov. John Kasich signs a copy of his new book for a fan at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at the Crocker Park shopping center in Westlake on Sunday, April 30.

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