Months ago, President Trump said that approach to the Affordable Care Act was unacceptable. Now, as Republicans struggle to reach a new agreement, that old idea has appeal.
By THOMAS KAPLAN and ROBERT PEAR
Dean Heller, the Nevada senator who broke with President Trump on health care, now faces the wrath of Las Vegas’s biggest titans and the Republican rank and file.
By JONATHAN MARTIN and KENNETH P. VOGEL
The younger Mr. Trump has inherited his father’s passion for Twitter as a weapon against political foes, and conservatives see him as a high-profile torchbearer for their grievances.
By KATIE ROGERS and MAGGIE HABERMAN
A Congressional Budget Office analysis showing a 35 percent decrease after two decades created a fresh challenge for Republican leaders trying to muster support for their repeal bill.
By ROBERT PEAR and THOMAS KAPLAN
State Dept. Restores Job Offers to Students After Diplomat Outcry
After intense pressure by members of Congress and retired diplomats, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson reversed his decision to delay hiring fellowship recipients.
By GARDINER HARRIS
Asked for Voters’ Data, States Give Trump Panel a Bipartisan ‘No’
A commission, searching for proof of fraud, requested personal data on 200 million voters. “Go jump in the Gulf of Mexico,” one state official responded.
By MICHAEL WINES
E.P.A. to Give Dissenters a Voice on Climate, No Matter the Consensus
Scott Pruitt told coal industry executives that he would conduct a “red team-blue team” research exercise on climate change.
By BRAD PLUMER and CORAL DAVENPORT
Plan on Growing Old? Then the Medicaid Debate Affects You
Here’s how the various Republican health care bills germinating in Congress might affect Medicaid — and how they could reduce your options in old age.
By RON LIEBER
Health Care Is Complicated. Trump’s Pitch? Not So Much.
If your only source of information were President Trump, this is what you would know about the American Health Care Act, the Republican legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.
By A.J. CHAVAR, ROBIN LINDSAY and MARK SCHEFFLER
From Chelsea Manning’s DNA Springs an Art Show
An art show in Lower Manhattan will feature 3D portraits created by an artist using the DNA of Ms. Manning.
By SOPHIE HAIGNEY
$45 Billion to Fight Opioid Abuse? That’s Much Too Little, Experts Say
Consistent health care coverage for addicts, not a lump sum in the form of grants, is what’s needed to help stem the opioid epidemic, addiction specialists say.
By ABBY GOODNOUGH
A Handmaid’s Tale of Protest
In state capitals and street protests, women’s rights activists have been wearing red robes and white bonnets based on “The Handmaid’s Tale,” the 1985 novel that is now a series on Hulu.
By CHRISTINE HAUSER
ON THE RUNWAY
Emmanuel Macron Raises the Presidential Portrait Stakes
Never, it seems, has a politician been so transparent about the calculation behind an image
By VANESSA FRIEDMAN
‘Morning Joe’ Hosts and Trump Bring National Enquirer Into Their Feud
Mika Brzezinski responded to tweets by Mr. Trump that claimed she was “bleeding badly from a face-lift” by saying they revealed a “childlike ego.”
By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM