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GOP senators, governors, rethinking American Health Care Act

The bill's sponsor, Manhattan Democrat Richard Gottfried, said House Republicans' passage of the American Health Care Act makes it more important that the state Legislature act to preserve affordable health care. "It's the failure of the Trump administration to reassure the insurance companies that the payments that they have received will be forthcoming". "It would be very comprehensive and, I think, be an improvement over Medicare and an improvement, frankly, over most employer-based ... Lire la suite »

Senate chairman: Flynn has not responded to subpoena

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) told reporters Thursday that Flynn's lawyers have yet to turn over any documents , although there "may be a day or two left" for them to do so. On Thursday morning, the chair of the committee, Sen. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) didn't want to get ahead of the intelligence committee leaders, but said he plans to look into "tools" the Senate can use to pressure Flynn. Lire la suite »

Senate Intel chair: Michael Flynn has not responded to subpoena

The Senate committee is one of several on Capitol Hill investigating possible collusion between Russian Federation and President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. Bush. Amid Justice interest, Trump formally chose Flynn as his national security adviser. White House National Security Advisor Michael Flynn walks down the White House colonnade on the way to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Trump's joint news conference at the White House. Lire la suite »

Syria war: Russian Federation claims USA attack killed civilians

A Syrian government's military source said the U.S. strike hit "one of our military points" late Thursday, killing several people and causing material damage. Military Times quotes officials describing the targeted militia as "pro-regime" but "not directly associated with the Syrian government". The statement stressed that the Syrian army will continue the war on the terrorist groups and the USA attack will not terrorize the army from continuing the battles on terrorism. Lire la suite »

Syrian Army confirms USA strike on military convoy


USA warplanes have struck pro-Syrian government forces that were said to pose a threat to American troops and allied rebels operating near the border with Jordan. The Syrian official did not give a number for how many soldiers were killed but said the Syrian army is fighting terrorism and that no one had the right to decide which areas the army can carry out operations. Lire la suite »

States seek to advocate for low-cost insurance in lawsuit


It sounds alarming, but it's true: "lives are at stake", said Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, according Reuters reported. The subsidies amount to roughly $7 billion this year. The motion was filed in a pending case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that would end subsidies that House Republicans filed against the government, saying the Obama administration had overstepped its authority. Lire la suite »

Man shot by police after calling in fake shooting report


Prince William County police said in a statement that after Manassas City Police officers tried to stop the SUV the caller described Friday, the SUV hit two cruisers before stopping in a parking lot. As of Friday morning, it was not clear what kind of weapon the man had or how the cruisers were damaged. A replica BB-gun was found at the scene, Perok said. Lire la suite »

Kim gleeful as North Korea fires longest-range missile


Russian President Vladimir Putin said in Beijing that Moscow was opposed to any new countries acquiring nuclear weapons, but that the world should talk to North Korea rather than threaten it. And the launch was made as a warning aimed at the USA who have made their presence known by sending warship Carl Vinson into North Korean waters. "It is considered an IRBM (intermediate range ballistic missile) of enhanced caliber compared to Musudan missiles that have continually failed", he said, ... Lire la suite »

Trump says Russian Federation probe ´divides´ the country

Other advisers joined the discussion, with a goal of presenting the President with a plan for outside legal counsel as the Russian Federation investigation enters a new and potentially perilous phase for the White House. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, cheered Rosenstein's choice on Twitter , writing of Mueller: "Impeccable credentials". Lire la suite »

Trump may pick Comey's replacement next week

While the Senate was in session last week in the midst of Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, the House returns this week from a recess. Cornyn is the No. A dozen White House officials and others close to Trump detailed the president's decision-making and his mood on the condition of anonymity in order to discuss private conversations and deliberations. Lire la suite »

Anthony Weiner to plead guilty in sexting case


The investigation of his laptop led to the discovery of a cache of emails from Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to her aide Huma Abedin, Weiner's wife. Trump fired Comey days later amid the FBI's probe into whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation to defeat Clinton, an allegation the president has vehemently denied. Lire la suite »

Trump slams Russian Federation probe as 'greatest witch hunt in U.S. history'

FILE - In this May 8, 2017, file photo, then-FBI Director James Comey speaks to the Anti-Defamation League National Leadership Summit in Washington . "With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special councel (sic) appointed! " he weighed in Thursday morning on Twitter, his favored form of communication. Lire la suite »

Trump to launch panel to probe voter fraud

The President has said several times that there were between 3-5 million illegal votes in 2016, but he has not offered up - the White House has not offered up - his backers haven't offered up any evidence to support that claim. After the 2016 election, Trump claimed widespread voter fraud explained why Hillary Clinton emerged with almost 3 million more popular votes. Based on an extrapolation of previous election studies , Richman determined more than 800,000 noncitizens likely voted in ... Lire la suite »

Martin Freeman and Sarah Lancashire in West End world premiere


It will document the clashes in a constituency in the northern heartlands, exploring the party's future after 25 years of upheaval. Herrin said: "I'm delighted to be working on such a amusing and politically insightful play as Labour of Love , and it's a privilege to continue my creative relationship with James Graham ". Lire la suite »

Clinton and Comey reveal the uncomfortable truth about Trump's hugs

In the world of American politics, high-level operators have a concern you may have never even considered: a hug from Donald Trump. "A favorite moment from debate prep (9/24/16)". New details emerged this week about President Trump using a hug as a power move meant to make the recipient of the squeeze appear more friendly with him than they actually are. Lire la suite »

Deadly school bus crash in Kenosha


About 20 students were on the bus. The other student passengers were taken to Trevor Fire Department to be picked up by parents or released to school officials. Highway C between Highway 83 and 258th Avenue is closed in both east and westbound directions and will remain closed as the investigation continues. Lire la suite »

Swedish Prosecutor Drops Rape Probe of WikiLeaks Founder Assange


Assange believes the United States wants him extradited and arrested in connection with WikiLeaks' publication of classified US documents. Friday's development follows a letter sent to the Swedish government by the government of Ecuador saying there had been a "serious failure" by the prosecutor, including a "lack of initiative" to complete inquiries. Lire la suite »

Deadline to register to vote in General Election 2017 just days away


Numbers tripled to more than 100,000 for the 2015 general election and then again more than doubled for the referendum, with around 264,000 registered at the end of a year ago. You'll need to fill in your full name, date of birth, address, details of recent addresses, nationality and your National Insurance Number - which you can find on payslips or tax/benefits/pensions letters. Lire la suite »

Philippines' Duterte: China threatened 'war' over sea row


China-Philippines relations have seen "a attractive turn around", Liu told the press Thursday, adding that China highly appreciates the positive, friendly and constructive attitude adopted by the Duterte government. MANILA- The Philippines and China have agreed to pursue "confidence-building" measures and "identify mutually acceptable approaches" towards resolving the South China Sea dispute as the two sides held the inaugural meet under the newly forged Bilateral Consultation Mechanism (BCM). Lire la suite »

Telegram 4.0 Update Brings Instant View Platform, Video Messages and More


The full library of a channel's video messages can be found at telesco.pe/channel_name. You'll be able to see video messages sent to you while going through other chats, as the video goes to the corner and continues paying. Last but not least, with Bot Payments developers can accept payments from their users regardless of their location. Telegram is working with Stripe to enable payments, but it has plans to add support for more localized options such as RazorPay, FlutterWave, ... Lire la suite »

Reader's view: Senate can still protect health care


Rep. John Faso, New York's District 19, tried to justify his vote in favor by attacking Obamacare . To qualify, an individual must get insurance through the HealthConnector and have a household income up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level. Lire la suite »

PM Modi to inaugurate meeting of African Development Bank on May 23


As on March 31, 2017, India has extended 152 lines of credit to 44 African nations amounting to $7.6 billion, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said. The theme of the exhibition is centred on the priority areas of the bank. India's support through lines of credit have not only helped finance the projects in African countries, but have contributed to capacity building, IT and higher education, he said. Lire la suite »