Trump on health care: The sabotage continues.
- Washington -- Trump to end key ACA subsidies, a move that will threaten the law's marketplaces The headline could read, President Trump to end Obamacare by fiat; Speaker Ryan applauds.
- These are the steps the Trump administration is taking to undermine the ACA
- If you need to read more: Trump To Cut Off Billions In Key Obamacare Payments To Insurers
President Donald Trump has pledged to "bomb the hell" out of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). The first seven months of his administration's air campaigns have caused more civilian deaths than under the entirety of the Obama administration.
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Brick by brick, the demolition job has begun: since taking office less than a year ago, Donald Trump has launched an all-out assault on the legacy of Barack Obama: Trump and the dismantling of Obama's legacy
Santa Fe, New Mexico -- A wide variety of church documents and other records filed in clerical abuse lawsuits against the Archdiocese of Santa Fe will become public Wednesday under a ruling handed down by an Albuquerque judge. Records subject to disclosure include "communications by and between various church personnel in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and other Archdioceses nationally," the judge ruled.
World Meeting of Families in Dublin, August 2018: Gay couples must be made welcome at World Meeting of Families, insists bishop
A "Making Peace" profile: On Arkansas death row or at parishes, Msgr. Harris serves by 'being there'
Austria became the latest European country to take a sharp turn right on Sunday, with the conservative People’s Party riding a hard-line position on immigration to victory in national elections and likely to form a government with a nationalist party that has long advocated for an even tougher stance.
British Prime Minister Theresa May Heads to Brussels to Try to Break Brexit Deadlock
Problems defining or tracking lay pastoral ministers mean it is too early to call the decline in participation in their training programs a trend, but Participation in lay ministry training programs down 16 percent
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