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Humana's decision to exit the Knoxville market next year left the region at risk of having no insurers selling individual plans in 2018.
Democrats' call to probe Carl Icahn came after former White House ethics lawyers had warned about his role advising President Trump.
Spicer faced more questions about the firing of former national security advisor Michael Flynn.
"I'm not spending much time thinking about what I'm going to do next," Iger told CNBC.
"Nobody's being excluded based on gender," McConnell said.
The Senate, which often moves more slowly than the House, will look to craft a plan that's acceptable to nearly all of its GOP members.
Senators asked regulators to launch an investigation into billionaire Carl Icahn's activities in the U.S. biofuels blending credit market.
The DIA didn't know former director Mike Flynn had been paid nearly $34,000 by a Russian state media outlet, NBC News reports.
The Kushner family's investments in China are another example of the conflicts of interest in the new presidential administration, N.Y. Times reports.
West Virginia, which reportedly received a stunning 780 million painkiller pills in six years, led the nation in opioid overdoses in 2015.
Hackers knocked out the FCC's website around the time TV comedian John Oliver implored viewers to protest new net neutrality proposals, the agency said.
The FBI hasn’t decided how to correct the director’s false claim about parties forwarding Clinton's emails, ProPublica reports.
The warning, which has not been previously reported, came less than 48 hours after the November election.
The House bill is broadly unpopular with the public and the Senate may write its own health-care reform bill because of that.
Federal appeals court judges seemed skeptical of President Donald Trump's executive order restricting travel, during courtroom arguments Monday.
Yates also parried Sen. Ted Cruz's attempts to poke holes in her defense.
In the statement, Trump called for "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on."
Jared Kushner's sister Nicole Meyer recently appeared at several investor presentations in China, NBC News reports.
A former White House ethics adviser says that a sales pitch by Jared Kushner's sister to potential Chinese investors came "very, very close to solicitation of a bribe."
President Donald Trump attempted to shift the heat away from his administration before Sally Yates started her Senate testimony.
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