The one thing that's certain is that their will be changes in the Affordable Care Act. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Next For The Affordable Care Act? Your Questions Answered

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The Garden of Eatin' diner is in Galesville, Wis., where many Democratic voters decided to vote for Donald Trump during the 2016 election. Monika Evstatieva/NPR hide caption

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Will Trump Democrats In Wisconsin Swing Back To Their Party?

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Memos signed by Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, seen at a news conference earlier this month at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego, lay out a number of immigration-enforcement measures, such as expedited deportation proceedings for unauthorized immigrants who have been in the U.S. illegally for up to two years. Denis Poroy/AP hide caption

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Attorney Bob Hilliard — representing the family of Mexican teenager Sergio Adrian Hernandez, who was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent — speaks in front of the Supreme Court after presenting his argument on Tuesday. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Conservative Justices Skeptical Of Extending Constitution Beyond U.S. Border

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The Federico F. Peña Southwest Family Health Center opened in 2016 to serve a low-income community in Denver. The clinic and its parent system, Denver Health, have benefited financially from the Affordable Care Act and its expansion of Medicaid. John Daley / Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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From left: Democrats Keith Ellison, Jaime Harrison, Tom Perez and Pete Buttigieg are competing to become the next chair of the Democratic National Committee. Other candidates include Sally Boynton Brown and Jehmu Greene. Lauren Victoria Burke, J. Scott Applewhite, Molly Riley, Joe Raymond/AP hide caption

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Milo Yiannopoulos speaks during a news conference Tuesday in which he announced his resignation as a senior editor with Breitbart News. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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After Comments On Pedophilia, Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns

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Lines for citizenship and other immigration services have been forming as early as 6 a.m. outside the office of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. Parker Yesko/NPR hide caption

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Green Card Holders Worry About Trump's Efforts To Curtail Immigration

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Relatives of Sergio Hernández sit in Ciudad Juarez at the U.S.-Mexico border, on the second anniversary of his killing in 2012. Jesus Alcazar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court To Decide If Mexican Nationals May Sue For Border Shooting

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Germany last week and heads to Mexico this week, amid growing questions about how much influence he has in the White House. Brendan Smialowski/AP hide caption

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Secretary Of State Rex Tillerson Keeps Low Profile Since Taking Office

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A message of "Say no to Trump" is projected on Britain's Houses of Parliament the evening before a Monday parliamentary debate took place on Donald Trump's state visit. Nearly 2 million people signed a petition in support of scrapping or downgrading the invitation. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump (right) shakes hands with Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., on Monday. Trump called McMaster "a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience" as he announced that he would replace Michael Flynn as national security adviser. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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President Trump speaks during his campaign-style rally at Orlando Melbourne International Airport in Florida on Saturday. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Says, 'Look What's Happening In Sweden.' Sweden Asks, 'Wait, What?'

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An overflow crowd forced Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., to hold his first town hall in Ashville, N.Y., outside in a parking lot instead of inside the seniors center. Jessica Taylor/NPR hide caption

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New York Republican Rep. Tom Reed Faces Angry Crowds, Deep In Trump Country

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With 'Fake News,' Trump Moves From Alternative Facts To Alternative Language

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President Trump, speaking at the White House on Wednesday, criticized the leaks surrounding his departed national security adviser, Michael Flynn. On the campaign trail, Trump encouraged leaks against his rival Hillary Clinton and said they were inevitable. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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