More partisan districts would likely see bigger increases in the number of uninsured under the Senate bill.
Trump properties feature a framed fake Time magazine cover bragging about "The Apprentice."
There are four Obama national-month proclamations that Trump didn't renew, including Pride Month and Building Safety Month.
So how many more people might die from lack of insurance if the Senate bill passes? It's hard to say.
It's hard to figure out what peak 2017 might be, but it's probably this.
Yeah, no: The Senate bill is very much about cutting Medicaid, per the CBO.
Made a tool showing how the poor and the wealthy would fare in your county under the Senate health-care bill.
Used Alex Litel's scrape of congressional tweets to make a tool showing images tweeted by party.
Fox literally said to Conway that the "mainstream media" was calling her a liar and asked her to "set the record straight."
"Governments adopted slogans calling for the elimination of at least one regulation for each new one that was imposed, and the authorities in charge of fire safety took this to heart."
Nancy Pelosi was a main scapegoat for Ossoff's loss, but her unpopularity is largely thanks to her job.
Exclamation points added.
Somehow I didn't know that Spoon Second existed, but it, unlike the band Spoon, is very good.
In a state that's at the forefront of the wind industry, Trump talked about how turbines kill birds. He couldn't help it.
Curious about how the Senate process now compared to that for Obamacare? I made a timeline.
I am stunned to learn that the massive voter fraud claim from November is both unproven and probably a hustle.
The first hint of what the Senate Republicans have been working on.
I count 55 times that Spicer and crew promised to get back to us with more information. Sometimes they did!
Good news! I made a tool that let's you envision sweeping shifts to the House to scratch your partisan itch.
Five years ago this afternoon, Trump told people to buy housing. Turns out they probably should have.