Amid polling that shows concern among voters about ending private insurance, several of the Democratic hopefuls have shifted their positions or their tone, moderating full-throated endorsement of Medicare-for-all and adopting ideas for allowing private insurance in some form.
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These hopefuls addressed some of the largest crowds of their campaigns at the soapbox and attracted outsize media attention from the nearly 800 reporters and photographers credentialed for this year's fair, far more than in any other year.
Williamson drew cheers when she wondered aloud why some of her rivals "seem to think there's something wrong about using the instruments of government to help people."
Republican women will win, Kimberly Guilfoyle said, "because nothing melts a snowflake faster than a strong woman who clings to her Bible and guns."
The second-quarter financial reports released Monday night provide a glimpse into how the sprawling Democratic field is shaking out.
Robert Foster, who wants to be Mississippi's top elected official, says he promised his wife he'd follow the Billy Graham rule. A Mississippi Today reporter says she just wants to do her job.
H. Ross Perot, whose 19% of the vote in 1992 stands among the best showings by an independent candidate in the past century, died early Tuesday at his home in Dallas surrounded by his devoted family, family spokesman James Fuller said.
WASHINGTON - The National Park Service is diverting nearly $2.5 million in entrance and recreation fees primarily intended to improve parks across the country to cover costs associated with President Donald Trump's Independence Day celebration Thursday on the National Mall, according to two individuals familiar with the arrangement.