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July 18th, 2017
A Republican health insurance bill is dead, but the party's effort to eliminate the Affordable Care Act is not. So what happens if Republicans vote to repeal the law without replacing it? Also, how will the Trump Administration answer Russia's demands to return its former diplomatic compounds? Plus, hear why Elon Musk, the man behind cars with...
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July 17th, 2017
One lawmaker's health delayed the latest effort to change health care. How will Sen. John McCain's recovery from surgery impact his party's legislation? Also, Iran sentenced a Chinese-American graduate student for spying. The United States says the charges were fabricated. So what do the Iranians actually want?
July 14th, 2017
France marked Bastille Day with a big parade, but it did not entirely capture the attention of the visiting president from the United States. President Trump took to Twitter during the ceremonies to talk health care. So what would get a reworked bill through the Senate? Also, how has Turkey changed in the year since a failed coup?
July 13th, 2017
Senate Republicans try again today to produce a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, but some in the party are still in disagreement. Can they get enough votes this time around? President Trump hopes so, and he's on his first official visit to Paris, France. What might he gain from visiting a city he has scorned? Plus, hear what Nobel...