Trump to meet with anxious NATO and EU leaders
BRUSSELS (AP) -- Visiting a city he once called a "hellhole" to meet with the leaders of an alliance he threatened to abandon, President Donald Trump will be in the heart of Europe on Thursday to address a continent still reeling from his election and anxious about his support....
Foreign meetings omitted from Sessions' security clearance
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions did not disclose contacts with foreign dignitaries, including the Russian ambassador, on a security clearance form he submitted as a United States senator last year, the Justice Department acknowledged Wednesday....
The Latest: Trump to hold Iowa rally next week
BRUSSELS (AP) -- The Latest on President Donald Trump's first trip abroad (all times local):...
Trump budget faces Dem opposition, GOP doubts about math
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump's budget chief delivered a spirited defense of the plan's deep spending cuts, but his agriculture secretary offered only a half-hearted endorsement of proposed reductions to farm subsidies and food stamps....
Wisconsin seeks to be first to drug test Medicaid applicants
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require childless adults applying for Medicaid to undergo drug screening, a move that could serve as a national model....
GOP candidate charged with misdemeanor assault of reporter
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) -- Thursday's nationally-watched election for Montana's sole congressional seat got a last-minute twist when the Republican candidate, Greg Gianforte, was charged with misdemeanor assault for grabbing a reporter by the neck and throwing him to the ground....
Throwing chaos aside, Trump aims for caution on big trip
BRUSSELS (AP) -- In his first big tour on the world stage, President Donald Trump is choosing caution over his usual brand of chaos....
President Trump's first proposed budget calls for $3.6 trillion cuts in government spending over the next decade in hope for a balanced budget, taking aim at social programs like healthcare, food stamps and housing for the poor while boosting the military, border defense and law enforcement. Critics say the Trump proposal would plunge the country back into recession and rip the social safety net away from people who need it most. The administration counters that the plan puts "taxpayers first" who shouldn't have to subsidize able-bodied people not contributing to the workforce.
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