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President's doctor withdraws as Veterans Affairs nominee

The president's White House physician, Adm. Ronny Jackson, withdrew his nomination, citing the “distraction” from a string of what he termed “completely false and fabricated” allegations.

Trump's EPA chief Scott Pruitt may face tough questions on Capitol Hill

Pruitt will testify in back-to-back budget hearings. At least 10 investigations are looking into alleged ethical lapses and mismanagement at the EPA.

Michael Cohen says he will invoke his 5th Amendment right in Stormy Daniels case

The longtime attorney of the president told a federal judge on Wednesday that he will invoke his 5th Amendment right not to incriminate himself in the lawsuit.

The Exide plant in Vernon closed 3 years ago. The vast majority of lead-contaminated properties remain uncleaned

Three years after the closure of the battery recycling plant, only 270 lead-contaminated properties have been cleaned — most of them years ago in two small areas closest to the facility. And while residents wait, delays keep mounting.

Republicans hope to ride a gas-tax repeal to victory

Republicans are seeking to direct voter anger over higher fuel prices at Democratic lawmakers who voted for the tax hike.

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