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Doug Jones, the apparent winner of Alabama's Senate election, has signaled that he would oppose the GOP tax plan.
It also would feature a top individual tax rate of 37 percent and raise the mortgage interest deduction amount to $750,000.
The president said the New York Democrat would "do anything" for campaign contributions.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered to begin direct talks with North Korea without pre-conditions.
Trump Jr. spoke with the House Intelligence Committee last week.
President Donald Trump's eldest son asked a House committee to investigate possible leaks of information about his Dec. 6 interview with lawmakers.
Those close to Michael Flynn describe the pressures of the past year as investigators zeroed in on him and the dealings of one of his sons.
The bills include waivers for the Medical Device Tax, a tax on over-the-counter medications and the Cadillac Tax. .
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he was confident Congress could reach an agreement to avoid a government shutdown.
The broad contours between those voting for Doug Jones and those for Roy Moore match the stories that have played out in special elections all year.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said he "cannot in good conscience vote to add more to the already massive $20 trillion debt."
Wall Street is watching the Alabama Senate race along with the rest of the U.S., wondering how it could affect tax cuts and the GOP agenda.
Trump calls Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand a "lightweight" and a "total flunky" for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
Many states will run out of remaining CHIP money within months, imperiling health coverage for almost 9 million kids.
A sweeping tax overhaul nearing a vote in Congress would raise taxes for millions of Americans. This chart shows your odds of getting hit.
Landlords expect demand for rentals will increase if the Republican tax plan is passed.
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