Top News North Carolina lawmakers reach deal to repeal transgender bathroom law 2017-03-30T04:09:54.000000Z (Reuters) - North Carolina Republican lawmakers said late on Wednesday they had reached a deal to repeal the state's controversial law prohibiting transgender people from using restrooms in accordance with their gender identities. Court decides whether to arrest ousted South Korean president Park 2017-03-30T02:22:38.000000Z SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean court began deliberating on Thursday whether to arrest ousted president Park Geun-hye, who was removed from office in a corruption scandal involving charges she solicited bribes from the country's largest conglomerate. 'No turning back': PM May triggers 'historic' Brexit 2017-03-30T01:44:10.000000Z LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May formally began Britain's divorce from the European Union on Wednesday, declaring there was no turning back and ushering in a tortuous exit process that will test the bloc's cohesion and pitch her country into the unknown. At least 12 killed after Texas church bus crash 2017-03-30T01:32:18.000000Z AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - At least 12 people were killed and three others injured when a Texas church bus carrying senior citizens had a head-on collision with another vehicle on Wednesday, a Texas state trooper said. Senate intelligence leaders pledge bipartisan Trump-Russia inquiry 2017-03-30T00:54:55.000000Z WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Republican chairman of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday promised a thorough investigation into any direct links between Russia and Republican Donald Trump during his successful 2016 run for the White House. Seattle sues Trump administration over threat to 'sanctuary' cities 2017-03-29T23:51:15.000000Z SEATTLE (Reuters) - The city of Seattle sued U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday over its executive order seeking to withhold federal funds from "sanctuary cities," arguing it amounted to unconstitutional federal coercion. Trump, conservatives try to put aside bitterness to cut tax deal 2017-03-29T23:13:01.000000Z WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Raw feelings and mistrust could pose an obstacle to President Donald Trump and hard-line conservative lawmakers in his Republican Party as they seek to rebound from defeat on healthcare legislation by launching into an overhaul of the U.S. tax code. State Department employee charged in making contacts with Chinese agents 2017-03-29T22:48:50.000000Z WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. State Department employee with access to sensitive information was accused of failing to report contacts with Chinese foreign intelligence agents who provided her with gifts in exchange for diplomatic and economic information, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday. Trump to unveil $1 trillion infrastructure plan in 2017: official 2017-03-29T22:21:41.000000Z WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said the Trump administration would unveil a $1 trillion infrastructure plan later this year, but she did not offer details of funding for projects. Exclusive: Republicans mostly blame Congress for healthcare reform failure - Reuters/Ipsos poll 2017-03-29T20:38:33.000000Z NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republicans mostly blame the U.S. Congress, and not President Donald Trump or party leaders, for failing to pass their party's healthcare overhaul, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Wednesday.