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What's in the Senate's new healthcare bill?

Hogan, a popular governor up for re-election next year, does not have direct influence over what is playing out in Washington and has largely avoided weighing in on national politics. Right now, Republicans don't have the 50 votes needed to pass their bill. McCoy has concerns about the insurance division's plan because it will mean older people in the marketplace will pay more. Read More »

American Airlines: Qatar Airways Interested in Buying 10 Percent Stake

The U.S. carriers charge that their Gulf rivals have received billions of dollars in unfair state subsidies, allegations the Gulf carriers deny.In his letter, American CEO Doug Parker promised to continue American's "full court stand up to companies that are illegally subsidized by their governments". Read More »

Global Smart Room Thermostat Market Research Report 2017

Global Earphone Wire Market 2017, industry have wide applications in various commercial, industrial, as well as residential sectors. This results in the up surge of the global Earphone Wire industry.In addition to this, many other global factors do have a great affect, positive as well as negative, on the Earphone Wire market. Read More »

Donald Trump reports at least $1.4 billion assets in financial disclosure


In terms of debts reported to the ethics office, Trump listed liabilities of at least $130m to Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, a unit of German-based Deutsche Bank AG. While his initial report showed royalties totaling, at a maximum, just more than $165,000, that maximum total increased to more than $6.16 million in last year's filing and more than $7.06 million in Friday's edition. Read More »

Britain, EU clash over Brexit proposals on citizens' rights

Extending sanctions against Russian Federation, commitment to Paris Climate Change Agreement and moving EU agencies based in London following Brexit were among the significant issues taken up by the Council, President Donald Tusk said in a joint news conference with the president of the European Commission , Jean-Claude Juncker and the EU term president Malta's prime minister, Joseph Muscat. Read More »

Tapwrit wins, Patch takes third

It is Pletcher's third victory in the race and his second of the Triple Crown this season, after winning the Derby with Always Dreaming . At 1¼ miles, the distance of the Kentucky Derby , Irish War Cry looked like a victor, and then fatigue hit him as if he ran face first into the Great Wall of China. Read More »

Should Nancy Pelosi Step Down?


The GOP's candidate, Karen Handel , was considered weak and an easy target for the heavily financed Democrats , whose ample war chest poured in from donors on the left coast, California, and other liberal bastions. But Pelosi didn't sound like she was going anywhere on Thursday. But she chose to stick around after Trump defied expectations of most members of Congress and won the Electoral College. Read More »

West Bengal govt receives prestigious UN award


Earlier, during the United Nations event, Mamata dedicated the award to the people of her state and the country. Dubbed to have worked extensively for the empowerment of girl child through education, the project was launched in 2011 soon after Mamata Banerjee came to power in the state of West Bengal . Read More »

Death Toll Climbs In London Grenfell Tower Apartment Fire


Out of 79 victims, five have been formally identified. Horrific new pictures of the inside of the London's Grenfell Tower have been released by police. Members of the emergency services work inside burnt out remains of the Grenfell apartment tower in North Kensington, London , Britain, June 18, 2017. Read More »

Pyongyang denies torturing USA student who died after release from North Korea

North Korea says it's the " biggest victim " in the death of an American student who was detained for more than a year and died days after being released in a coma. USA officials have not been able to provide a cause of death for Warmbier, in part because his family objected to an autopsy being performed. He claimed that Warmbier had been the victim of Barack Obama's policy of " strategic patience " towards the regime, since he had never requested the student's release during his ... Read More »

James Hodgkinson, Alexandria shooter, acted alone, carried list of Congressmen


Hodgkinson has been previously charged with battery, with one incident allegedly involving him aiming a shotgun at a young man, and in March his neighbors complained about him shooting 50 rounds on his own property. Citing "continued good progress ", MedStar Washington Hospital Center says the Louisiana Republican was moved late Thursday. Tim Slater, the special agent in charge of the Washington FBI office, also said during a news conference Wednesday that James T. Read More »

UK: London apartment tower may have used banned siding in renovation


The cladding used to insulate Grenfell Tower , widely blamed for spreading the devastating blaze, is banned in Britain, Philip Hammond has said. Greg Hands told Sky News that "my understanding is that the cladding that was reported was not in accordance with United Kingdom building regulations". Read More »

France to present new security bill amid extremist threats


The proposals presented to the first meeting of a reshuffled cabinet appointed Wednesday are created to allow the lifting of the state of emergency that has been in place since the November 2015 attacks in Paris. for undermining the Syrian government's offensive against Islamic State fighters. Hollande began to place more emphasis on fighting the jihadists in Syria, while still saying that Assad could not "represent the future" of the war-torn country. Read More »

McCain says Americans should stay out of North Korea

Sen. John McCain said Tuesday that Americans who are "stupid" enough to still want to travel to North Korea should be required to sign a waiver absolving the USA government of any blame should they be harmed while there. patience with Pyongyang was running out. His family and others have blamed North Korea for his condition. But a statement from the coroner said, "There are additional medical records and imaging to review and people to interview". Read More »

Explosion kills 3 at a mall in Colombia

The woman, who is said to have worked in a poor Colombian neighborhood, was reportedly killed days before her planned return to France. "It was incredible, I heard the explosion, but I never imagined that it was an attack, that it could be so frightful, I can't sleep", said Maria Vasquez, 56, as she looked toward the door of the restroom on Sunday. Read More »

Court releases dash cam video of Castile shooting

Yanez was found not guilty of second degree manslaughter last week and the St. Anthony Police Department announced that he had been fired from his job. Reynolds is then heard dictating what just occurred as she live streams the aftermath of the shooting from the passenger seat of the vehicle. It shows how a very routine conversation about a broken taillight escalated to yet another Black man being killed by police. Read More »

Pelosi Pushes Back: 'I'm Worth the Trouble'


According to the New York Times , defending her position, Pelosi boasted about her effectiveness at the top of the Democratic party. But Pelosi didn't sound like she was going anywhere on Thursday. "If we think we're going to win these elections because President Trump's at 35 percent, I think in districts like mine and certainly Georgia and SC, it takes more than that", said Rep. Read More »

Rounds of showers/storms today, heaviest rain arrives later tonight

At 4 p.m. CDT Thursday, Cindy was about 45 miles (75 kilometers) south of Shreveport. Forecaster Drew Montreuil, of Finger Lakes Weather , said there will likely "be numerous storms with locally torrential downpours". The National Weather Service in Little Rock says the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy will move into southern Arkansas later Thursday, bringing scattered thunderstorms and some areas of heavy rainfall. Read More »

DC, Maryland Officials Hit President Trump With Lawsuit

NORTHAM: The lawsuit also contends Trump's businesses are drawing away customers from hotels, convention centers and the like in Maryland and D.C. According to the publication, the prosecutors were concerned about the operation of the Trump International Hotel which opened previous year near the White House. Read More »

'I'm Worth the Trouble': Nancy Pelosi Defiant as Members Discuss Ousting Her


When Democrats took control of the House in 2007, Pelosi became the first - and so far only - woman Speaker of the House. "The House remains in play now", she wrote. She added: "Every action has a reaction, I try to say that to them". There should be an emphasis on competing across the country, and that the question isn't if they will gain seats in 2018 but will they gain enough to take back the majority. Read More »

Dean Heller Becomes the Fifth GOP Senator to Oppose Health Care Bill

Nevada also expanded the Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare , and the Senate bill would phase out that expansion starting in 2020. The Senate bill gives tax credits to people in the individual insurance market up making up to 350 percent of poverty, compared to Obamacare which subsidizes people who earn up to 400 percent of poverty. Read More »