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WASHINGTON (AP) — He campaigned on "insurance for everybody" but a new analysis shows the Republican health care plan President Donald Trump supports would mean 14 million Americans would lose coverage next year. And the Congressional Budget Office estimates that number would balloon to 24 million by 2026. Health secretary Tom Price told reporters outsid4e the White House that the report is "simply wrong."

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department has failed to meet today's deadline for producing any evidence to support President Donald Trump's unproven accusation that he was wiretapped by former President Barack Obama. The House intelligence committee now says it the deadline is March 20. The president's accusations against Obama came amid numerous political questions surrounding his associates' possible ties to Russia.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is warning that women are suffering "new assaults on their safety and dignity" around the world. Speaking at the Commission on the Status of Woman, Guterres cited subjugation by extremists, governmental curtailment of women's freedoms and the rollback of laws against domestic violence.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida will now require a unanimous jury recommendation before the death penalty can be imposed. Lawmakers rushed to get the bill passed on the fourth day of their legislative session in hopes of fixing a death penalty law that's been found unconstitutional twice since January 2016..

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — March Madness is being complicated by the powerful snowstorm forecast for the Northeast. Villanova, the top overall seed in the men's NCAA Tournament, left Philadelphia earlier today for Buffalo, New York, to get ahead of a storm that's projected to last three days. TV sports may prove to be a good choice for millions being urged to "shelter in place." A blanket of snow is expected to stretch from the Washington area to Boston.

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