(Reuters) - Highlights of the day for U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Tuesday:




Trump goes to Capitol Hill to warn Republican lawmakers that voters could punish them if they do not approve the plan he favors to dismantle Obamacare, applying new pressure in the first major legislative fight of his presidency.




Neil Gorsuch, Trump's Supreme Court pick, says he will have no trouble ruling against the president as he tries to stake out his independence amid concerns by Democrats that he would be beholden to the man who nominated him.



Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to skip a meeting with NATO foreign ministers next month to stay home for a visit by China's president and will go to Russia later in April, U.S. officials say, an itinerary that allies may see as giving Moscow priority over them.


The Trump administration will review whether the United States will affirm the goal of a world without nuclear weapons, the top White House nuclear policy adviser says.


The Trump administration is considering sweeping sanctions aimed at cutting North Korea off from the global financial system as part of a broad review of measures to counter Pyongyang's nuclear and missile threat, a senior U.S. official says.


The Trump administration confirms it is imposing restrictions on electronic devices carried by travelers coming to the United States from 10 airports, mainly in the Middle East and North Africa, in response to unspecified terrorism threats.


British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been criticized by opposition for not pressing Trump on contentious issues during a trip to Washington, tells a magazine: "I like to think we got on."


Canada's government, under pressure from domestic steel firms, is expressing concern to U.S. officials about a proposed "Buy America" policy that could cause heavy Canadian job losses, sources say.

(Compiled by Bill Trott; Editing by W Simon and Lisa Von Ahn)