The Washington Examiner’s Senior Health Reporter Kimberly Leonard on big story of the day—the GOP House passes an Obamacare repeal and replace bill. So now what?

White House Correspondent Sarah Westwood has President Trump’s reaction to the win, and she also reports on the details of a new executive order protecting religious liberty.

From the newsroom of the Washington Examiner:

“Huma Abedin Did What?” Investigative Reporter Todd Shepherd on today’s Senate testimony from FBI Director James Comey, who made lots of news and offered no apologies.

Byron York talks about the power of positive chaos, or at least that’s the thinking, inside the Trump White House.

Jim Antle on why conservatives are cranky with the new budget deal. But could it lead to a GOP win in the long term?

The Washington Examiner’s Salena Zito talks about her interview with President Trump that set off a media firestorm over his comments regarding the Civil War. What was Trump trying to say? Salena explains.

Plus Susan Ferrechio reports from Capitol Hill on the big, new budget deal and what Republicans really think about it; and David Freddoso on the DNC’s courtroom admission that they never owed the Bernie Bros a free and fair primary election in the first place.