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Senate passes bill to renew foreign surveillance program

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14 automakers list more models in Takata recall

President Trump protecting medical providers who oppose abortion

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President Trump pushes back against chief of staff over border wall

Senate panel advances Trump health secretary pick

Tweak in foreign surveillance bill may not change much

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Entire operation of federal consumer regulator under review

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