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Moderates may lose a major fight on Medicaid

The president has previously praised the House legislation, calling it a "great plan" during a celebratory press conference with Republican lawmakers after they passed the bill. The Senate is not expected to hold any hearings. The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill in May that would be the first step in dismantling parts of the Affordable Care Act. Lire la suite »

Ile-de-France : le Pass Navigo coûtera 75,20 euros au 1er août


En décembre 2015 , lors d'un débat face à Pierre Laurent, candidat du Front de gauche aux élections régionales en Île-de-France, l'ancienne ministre du Budget s'était en effet engagée à ne pas augmenter le prix du célèbre pass . La présidente du Stif prévoirait aussi la création d'une version "grande banlieue" du ticket mobilis , ce titre de transport valable une journée et qui permet un nombre de trajets illimité au sein des zones 1 et 2. Lire la suite »

Family Says Otto Warmbier, American Released By North Korea, Has Died

Authorities there have said Warmbier fell into a coma after contracting botulism and taking a sleeping pill. His parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier, said in a statement that their son died on Monday afternoon. We would like to thank the wonderful professionals at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center who did everything they could for Otto. In a statement, family members said Warmbier had been unable to speak, see or react to verbal commands since his return to Cincinnati June 13. Lire la suite »

Trump lawyer defends his use of social media

A few days after Trump fired Comey, Trump tweeted out that Comey better "hope" there are no tapes of their conversations. TRUMP isn't under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller , a member of the president's legal team said , despite Trump's repeated comments on social media that he's the target of a "witch hunt". Lire la suite »

Sen. Carper: Proposed health care act could affect thousands in Delaware


He followed with another photo , from CNN.com, where he counted 24 headlines. The previous day, Stein had posted an image of a line graph that showed surges in coverage of the American Health Care Act . Your mother will most likely run out her savings until she qualifies for Medicaid. "People with developmental disabilities, we are having to fight for our lives right now", Alford shared. Lire la suite »

Intel Corporation (INTC) Stake Boosted by City Holding Co


It has underperformed by 26.74% the S&P500. Arrowpoint Asset Management Llc decreased Microsoft Corp ( MSFT ) stake by 13.66% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. FMR LLC raised its position in Microsoft Corporation by 11.0% in the fourth quarter. First Houston Capital Inc. increased its position in shares of Intel Corporation by 27.9% in the third quarter. Lire la suite »

Fed Raises Interest Rate by a quarter point

They continue to expect the economy to grow 2.1 percent next year and 1.9 percent in 2019. Mortgage rates will be higher, as will credit card interest rates and vehicle loans. Fed members still expect one more rate hike in 2017 and three in 2018. US stocks opened lower Thursday as investors continued to digest the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates by a quarter point. Lire la suite »

Queen Elizabeth to inaugurate new session of parliament June 21

The former Labour Northern Ireland secretary said the government could not be a "neutral facilitator" in the province, as the Good Friday Agreement envisages, if it was dependent on one party there for its Commons majority. It last happened in 2011 when the Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition made a decision to have a two-year Parliamentary session. The British parliament will hold a rare two-year legislative session to tackle the complexities of Britain's departure from the ... Lire la suite »

L'Europe y voit une "substance extrêmement"

Le bisphénol A (BPA), utilisé notamment dans l'industrie du plastique, était déjà présent sur cette liste des " substances extrêmement préoccupantes " pour sa toxicité sur le système reproductif. Le ministère français de la Transition écologique a d'ailleurs diffusé un communiqué saluant la décision de l'ECHA. Le bisphénol A est dans le viseur de l'Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire depuis plusieurs années. Lire la suite »

SDF Kurds vow to retaliate if Syrian govt "attacks again"

US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces are taking the lead in the offensive, but so are Russian-backed Syrian army forces and pro-Assad militias. The Russian Defense Ministry stated that they will now treat USA planes as targets . The Guardian reports the Syrian army issued a statement , saying the "flagrant attack was an attempt to undermine the efforts of the army as the only effective force capable with its allies ... Lire la suite »

Un véhicule fauche des piétons à Londres, un mort et huit blessés

En effet, une scène de panique devant la mosquée a été observée, lorsqu'un groupe de fidèles a neutralisé l'assaillant, dès le moment où il a quitté son véhicule . Trois attentats en trois mois " Cette année, il est difficile de ne pas ressentir la très sombre humeur nationale", a-t-elle déclaré en invitant les Britanniques à puiser dans leurs ressources, dans leur histoire, pour répondre à la " succession de terribles tragédies " des derniers mois. Lire la suite »

London Mosque Attack: Suspect arrested on suspicion of terror offenses, officials say

Authorities said one person was killed in the attack , but authorities later said it's unclear if the victim died as a direct result of the incident. One man was trapped under the van and people tried to lift up the vehicle to free him. Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the incident as "every bit as sickening " as the recent atrocities in London and Manchester . Lire la suite »

Trump tries to boost legislative agenda in Congress


While we're all distracted by James Comey's Senate appearance to testify about Russia's involvement in the election and his meetings with Donald Trump, the Senate is stealthily ramming through its disastrous Obamacare replacement. Senator Ron Johnson asked. "It's a very complex system". HHS Secretary Tom Price testified yesterday before the Senate Finance Committee on his department's budget, and not surprisingly, there was a fair amount of discussion of the Republican plans on health ... Lire la suite »

Despite tweet, lawyer says Trump not being probed

When Wallace confronted him with the error, the Trump lawyer said he was stating the "legal theory" of the president's argument on Twitter that it would be outrageous if he were being investigated by DOJ because the deputy attorney general told him to oust Comey. Lire la suite »

Steve Scalise condition improves after surgery


According to investigators, while James Hodgkinson was firing at members of Congress Wednesday morning he was carrying a handwritten list in his pocket with names of several Republican congressman. 'Congressman Steve Scalise is in serious condition. Democrat Cedric Richmond, a fellow Louisiana congressman, said as many others did that Scalise is a fighter. Lire la suite »

German lobby calls for fast Brexit deal on trade

A statement from the department said Davis will lead a team of negotiators to Brussels "confident that he can get a positive outcome and secure a new deep and special partnership with the EU" and that he will also set out "a bold vision for the UK's future after it leaves the EU". Lire la suite »

Gingrich: Somebody probably going to jail over Russian Federation investigation

Gingrich recalled that he has been approached by both colleagues and college student Trump supporters who related they have been threatened for their political stance. He walks a delicate line that has served him well so far. Following Comey's testimony last week , when he alluded to the Mueller investigation that already likely included a probe into obstruction of justice, a number of Trump's top conservative boosters began pointing out flaws they saw in Mueller and his investigation. Lire la suite »

Trump's revised travel ban blocked by second United States court


A federal appeals court in the United States has upheld the freeze on President Donald Trump's travel ban, declaring that the president exceeded his lawful authority in suspending visas to residents of six Muslim countries. Jessica Levinson, a law professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, said Monday's ruling was yet another signal that Trump's executive order was on weak legal footing. Lire la suite »

Yoga Soothes Back Pain in Study


Robert Saper, of Boston Medical Center. The researchers published their results in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine on Monday. The U.S. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke has more on low back pain. The research bolsters the scientific case for yoga as a potential therapy for back pain. "When yoga is made available and affordable to a diverse population, people of both sexes, people who are disabled, different races and economic backgrounds are both receptive ... Lire la suite »

1 dead, at least 10 injured after vehicle strikes pedestrians in London

Police have not released his identity. The London Ambulance Service said it had taken eight people to hospital, while two were treated at the scene. Early police caution about declaring the incident to be terrorist-related was interpreted by the community as discriminatory. One witness told CNN it was clear that the attacker at Finsbury Park had deliberately targeted Muslims. Lire la suite »

Multiple people shot in St. Paul


Shortly after midnight, officers responded to the 200 block of Maryland Avenue West for a report of multiple shots fired. Police have said they may have more information later Monday morning. Police have brought in several witnesses for questioning and processed the area. Linders said initial information suggests there is a connection between the shooter or shooters and the victim, and the incident was is not "entirely random", but the exact relationship is unknown. Lire la suite »