House Speaker Paul Ryan and Vice President-elect Mike Pence plan to include defunding of Planned Parenthood in a budget reconciliation bill intended to also defund the Affordable Care Act. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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When It Comes To Russia, So Far Donald Trump Mostly Stands Alone

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From Delay To Action: The Supreme Court To Take A Conservative Turn In 2017

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