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Congress also returns from a recess this week with only a few days before government funding ends on Friday.
All 100 senators have been asked to the White House for the briefing.
The president has a lot more work to do if he wants to meet the lofty goals he set out for his first 100 days in office.
Former presidential candidate Barnie Sanders is now a chief mediator of his own party, NBC News reports.
Congress faces a deadline to keep the government operating while President Trump presses harder for some legislative accomplishments.
A plurality of voters think President Donald Trump is off to a "poor start," according to a new NBC News/WSJ poll.
The nation's first Indian-American surgeon general was replaced by the Trump Administration, NBC News reports.
Humana is the only insurer offering exchange plans this year in Knoxville but is dropping out of the Obamacare market in 2018.
Trump said there is "no particular rush" to vote on health care or tax reform.
Trump's latest executive order makes it clear that the idea of the GOP as a "workers' party" is dead and business interests rule the roost, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
The White House hopes the language can get sent Friday or Saturday, the official said.
The news comes after embattled GOP Rep. Devin Nunes recused himself from the investigation earlier this month.
Trump believes the road to disarming North Korea runs through China. But here's the problem with that logic, writes Vox's Zeeshan Aleem.
Congress returns from recess next week, with only days remaining before the current resolution funding the government expires.
"The question is who is financing this trillion dollars in infrastructure," Alan Greenspan tells CNBC.
But Rubin concedes that tax reform would provide "some stimulus" to get growth to about 2½ percent.
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