Day 49 – March 10th, 2017 *Updated*

Sessions – Justice Department tells all remaining Obama administration U.S. attorneys to resign

A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the U.S President has invited him to visit the White House to discuss resuming peace talks in a telephone call Friday, the first contact between the two leaders since Trump took office in January.

Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s first national security adviser, acted as a foreign agent representing the interests of Turkey’s government in exchange for more than $500,000 during last year’s campaign even as he was advising Mr. Trump, according to disclosure forms filed this week.

Both chambers of Congress just passed the NASA Authorization Act of 2017. With this transformative development, the space agency got a lot more than just $19.508 billion in funding. They also got a very clear mandate: Get humanity to Mars.  – The Bill.

John Kasich: End the Partisan Warfare on Health Care

Pelosi: Trump is ‘making fools’ out of GOP

President Donald Trump will ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her views on how the United States can help resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine when they meet next week, senior Trump administration officials said on Friday.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Friday that a failure on the part of Republicans to pass health care legislation rolled out by House leadership earlier this week would be a momentum-killer for the remainder of the GOP agenda.

If Republicans aren’t confident enough to let the CBO score their healthcare plan, they shouldn’t try to pass it

Pence: US will ‘use the full force of the law’ on WikiLeaks if CIA leak legit

Three misleading claims from Paul Ryan’s Obamacare lecture – What those PowerPoint slides didn’t show about the nation’s imperiled health law.

U.S. employers added jobs at an above-average pace for a second month on outsized gains in construction and manufacturing, showing the labor market continued its steady growth in the new year.

Pope Francis says in an interview that he is open to possibility of permitting married men to become priests to address the serious shortage of Catholic priests in some countries.

South Korean President’s Impeachment Triggers Clashes And Questions