Latest News Senate Democrats Propose $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan 2017-01-24T23:11:00.000000Z Senate Democrats unveiled a $1 trillion infrastructure bill Tuesday and challenged President Donald Trump to work with them to pass it. Water Lead-Level Falls Below Federal Limit in Flint 2017-01-24T22:51:00.000000Z The announcement was met with immediate skepticism from some residents, who said there is still lead in the system. WH Press Secretary Reiterates Trump's Belief in False Voter Fraud Claims 2017-01-24T21:56:00.000000Z "The President does believe that," White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters on Tuesday, doubling down on the Trump's debunked claims. Comey to Remain on as FBI Director 2017-01-24T21:47:00.000000Z FBI Director James Comey will remain in his post amid an inspector general probe into his Clinton email handling and Russia investigations. 2-Year-Old Missing After Storms Kill 20 Across South 2017-01-24T21:15:00.000000Z Rescue crews were desperately searching for a missing 2-year-old boy on Tuesday after a tornado devastated parts of Georgia over the weekend. Cancer Deaths Fall, Unless You're Poor 2017-01-24T21:09:00.000000Z Cancer deaths are plunging to record low levels across the country, except in the poorest areas, a new analysis finds. Trump Broadens Reagan-Era Anti-Abortion Policy 2017-01-24T20:36:15.000000Z President Donald Trump reinstated Reagan's "Global Gag Rule," stopping foreign aid to clinics abroad that provide or advocate for abortion services. Lindsey Graham to Trump: Stop Claiming Millions of 'Illegals' Voted 2017-01-24T20:12:00.000000Z President Trump began repeating the debunked claims when it became clear Hillary Clinton was beating him in the popular vote. China Pushes Back on Trump Admin Over Disputed Islands 2017-01-24T19:47:37.000000Z A day after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer vowed that the United States would stand up to China's military expansion in the South China Sea, officials in Beijing are firing back. Trump Administration Removes LGBTQ Content From Websites 2017-01-24T19:01:00.000000Z Shortly after Donald Trump was sworn in as President, federal agency websites have been scrubbed of nearly all mentions of the LGBTQ community.