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The Pentagon appointed a senior general on Thursday to oversee military relief operations in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
While some richer taxpayers could benefit from Trump's proposed reforms, others may end up paying more.
Politico has reported that Price has taken 26 private plane trips at a cost of more than $400,000.
Here's why the wealthiest Americans will see the biggest benefits from any tax cuts.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus urged supporters to make universal health care a reality in a tweet announcing she had been diagnosed with the disease.
Tax cuts Republicans proposed this week will be paid for through economic growth, chief White House economic advisor Gary Cohn tells CNBC.
The White House stressed on Thursday that the president does not share controversial Senate candidate Roy Moore's views.
The so-called "special relationship" between the U.S. and U.K. was looking decidedly shaky Thursday morning.
Regional insurer Medica is pulling out of the state's health exchange for 2018 at the last minute.
Congressional budget rules could create some headaches for Republicans as they try to pass tax reform this year.
The process behind crafting tax reform was quite different than the failed efforts to repeal Obamacare, Ryan tells CNBC.
Tax reform will be difficult, but Republicans have no choice but to get it done, a former senior aide to President George W. Bush told CNBC.
"We would have liked to start lower and given ourselves some negotiating room," the top White House economic advisor says.
"This is an ugly process and there's going to have to be give and takes," said former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Trump's NFL comments have sparked debate over whether the president should be urging private employers to take action.
The president's top economic adviser says the administration is still committed to ending the carried interest loophole.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday said the fiscal 2018 budget will go to the floor next week.
Trump has threatened punitive tariffs on imported goods and vowed to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States, N.Y. Times reports.
Trump's tax reform plan would lower the corporate rate to 20 percent and the pass-through business rate to 25 percent.
Trump urges Mitch McConnell — again — to get rid of the Senate filibuster rule.
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