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Obamacare signups reach smooth finish

- The Washington Times

Obamacare’s sign-up deadline came and went this weekend with nary a peep from President Trump, who instead championed a GOP tax bill that repeals a key piece of the 2010 law, leaving it to Democrats and former Obama officials to cheer the embattled program across the finish line.

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Iowa superintendent opens home to teenage immigrant

Associated Press

The superintendent of Iowa's largest school district and his wife are opening their home to a 17-year-old Guatemalan immigrant after her parents were forced to leave the U.S. because they weren't in the country legally.

Hawaii attorney general announces run for US Congress

- Associated Press

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin, who has been fighting President Donald Trump's travel ban and other policies over the past year, has announced he will run for U.S. Congress.

Lawyer: Accused senator hopes to stay in office, House race

Associated Press

A Pennsylvania state senator who is the subject of allegations published by The Philadelphia Inquirer that he behaved inappropriately toward female employees and campaign aides hopes to continue serving in office, his lawyer said.

In this photo taken Wednesday, Dec, 13, 2017, Democrat Doug Jones speaks during an interview with the Associated Press, in Birmingham, Ala. Jones said he knew he had a path to victory. He said his win signals that voters are looking for a less vitriolic political rhetoric and vanquished the idea that a Democrat could not win in Alabama. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Jones: Trump shouldn't resign over misconduct allegations

- Associated Press

Democratic Sen.-elect Doug Jones says he doesn't think President Donald Trump should resign over allegations of sexual misconduct, echoing the White House's position that voters have already spoken on the issue.

AP Explains: John Doe investigations involving Scott Walker

- Associated Press

The saga of John Doe investigations related to Gov. Scott Walker never seems to end, with new twists last week from a report by Attorney General Brad Schimel. A guide to the latest news and what it all means: