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LGBT Elders Erased From National Survey

LGBT Elders Erased From National Survey

By John McDonald | Mar 25
The annual National Survey of Older Americans Act Participants (NSOAAP) will not seek to identify individuals based on sexual orientation or gender identity, the Administration on Aging revealed this week.

Trump Foreign Aid Cuts Counter Global Development Goals: EU

Trump Foreign Aid Cuts Counter Global Development Goals: EU

By Elias Meseret | Mar 20
President Donald Trump's proposed deep cuts to humanitarian aid go against the global development goals the United States committed to in 2015, the European Union's international development chief warned Friday.

Republicans Join Democrats Against Trump's Great Lakes Cuts

Republicans Join Democrats Against Trump's Great Lakes Cuts

By John Flesher | Mar 19
It sounds like an idea that would warm a conservative Republican's heart: Kill funding of a regional environmental cleanup that has lasted seven years and cost the federal government more than $2 billion, with no end in sight.

Many Trump Voters Would Feel Program Cuts in Budget Proposal

Many Trump Voters Would Feel Program Cuts in Budget Proposal

By Jonathan Lemire and Josh Boak | Mar 18
In his first budget blueprint since taking office, President Donald Trump held to his promise to build up the U.S. military while slashing domestic spending - even for programs that benefit the rural and lower-income Americans who voted for him.

DOJ Faces Deadline for Evidence to Back Trump's Wiretap Claim

DOJ Faces Deadline for Evidence to Back Trump's Wiretap Claim

Mar 13
The Trump administration faces a deadline Monday to turn over evidence supporting the president's claim that his campaign phones were tapped by former President Obama.

AP FACT CHECK: Cabinet Members Go Rogue on Science, History

AP FACT CHECK: Cabinet Members Go Rogue on Science, History

By Calvin Woodward and Jim Drinkard | Mar 13
While Trump took credit when it was not always due and assigned blame that was misplaced, two of his Cabinet members went rogue on science and history.

Democratic AGs Mount Fight Against Trump Travel Ban

Democratic AGs Mount Fight Against Trump Travel Ban

By Martha Bellisle and Jennifer Sinco Kelleher | Mar 12
In stepping up legal challenges to President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, Democratic attorneys general are trying to use the court system to thwart the executive branch in the same way their GOP counterparts did under President Barack Obama.

Trump and the FBI

Trump and the FBI

Mar 10
Margaret Brennan asked White House spokesman Sean Spicer whether Mr. Trump was the target of an investigation and received three different responses.

AP FACT CHECK: How Trump's Keystone XL Story Fell Apart

AP FACT CHECK: How Trump's Keystone XL Story Fell Apart

By Calvin Woodward | Mar 9
Moments from signing orders to advance the stalled Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, President Donald Trump comes up with the idea of requiring the projects to use pipes and steel made in the U.S. Not so fast.

Paying the Price for Infrastructure

Paying the Price for Infrastructure

Mar 8
The country's roads, bridges and airports are in dire need of work - but where will the money come from?

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