• Imagine! Lennon brings no peace, but discord at European Union summit
Imagine! Lennon brings no peace, but discord at European Union summit

The fate of an estimated three million Europeans now living in Britain and around one million Britons living elsewhere in the EU was thrown into doubt by Britain's vote to leave the bloc a year ago. "You may say I'm a dreamer, but I am not the only one." he added, borrowing the chorus from Lennon's Imagine. Afterward, the 27 other leaders will meet...

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  • Michael Vick's Dad Charged In Federal Heroin Bust, Remains At Large
Michael Vick's Dad Charged In Federal Heroin Bust, Remains At Large

Michael Dwayne Boddie was reportedly a part of a group charged in relation to a heroin distribution scheme, The Virginia-Pilot reports. His son, who was himself found to have been operating an unlawful dogfighting ring ten years ago, retired earlier this year after playing 13 seasons in the NFL.

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  • Opioid Manufacturers Sued By Missouri Attorney General
Opioid Manufacturers Sued By Missouri Attorney General

Hawley said the companies were chosen in the lawsuit because he's confident about the evidence the office has about their fraud and they make up the "lion's share" of the opioid market. Senator Claire McCaskill was highly critical of the state legislature's inability to pass a PDMP bill this year. He also said he would leave the question of wheth...

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  • Senate GOP releases bill to cut Medicaid, alter 'Obamacare'
Senate GOP releases bill to cut Medicaid, alter 'Obamacare'

But its fate remains uncertain. It faces uniform Democratic opposition. Considering that 25 million adult women are enrolled in Medicaid ( according to the Kaiser Family Foundation ), the bill could pose a real threat to health care for those who need Medicaid the most.

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  • Indian Inc Celebrates International Yoga Day
Indian Inc Celebrates International Yoga Day

Ladies and children of the Coast Guard fraternity were seen performing yoga asanas with zeal and elan. Mr. Modi also used the analogy of salt to talk about the significance of yoga, saying that just like salt added taste to food, yoga ensured the well-being of a person.

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  • Nomura to relocate European hub from London to Frankfurt
Nomura to relocate European hub from London to Frankfurt

Frankfurt, home to the European Central Bank, has emerged as one of the favored Brexit options for global banks including Morgan Stanley , Goldman Sachs Group Inc . Last fiscal year, it posted its first annual overseas profit in seven years after eliminating about 900 jobs, mainly in Europe and the U.S. In its monthly report, the finance mini...

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  • Australia resumes airstrikes on ISIS in Syria despite Russian threats
Australia resumes airstrikes on ISIS in Syria despite Russian threats

It also comes after an American warplane shot down a Syrian government jet on Sunday in northern Syria as it "dropped bombs" near the Syrian Democratic Forces, a US-backed alliance fighting ISIL. Tuesday's encounter is the latest development in what's become an increasingly hostile standoff between the USA military and the various forces suppor...

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  • EBay to match some rivals' prices in bid to attract shoppers
EBay to match some rivals' prices in bid to attract shoppers

Within minutes, she'll get an eBay coupon to cover the difference. eBay .com today launched a Price Match Guarantee on over 50,000 Daily Deals items. The online retailer is also using the program to encourage customers not to shop with other retailers, such as BestBuy, Jet, Home Depot , Sears , Target and Wayfair.

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  • Republicans in US Senate unveil health care bill to replace Obamacare
Republicans in US Senate unveil health care bill to replace Obamacare

Senator Susan Collins, a moderate Republican from ME, said she wanted to read an assessment by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on its impact on cost and insurance coverage before making her decision. "For weeks, Republicans have been drafting their health care bill in secret, refusing to hold hearings or public debate", Sanders said in ...

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  • Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill
Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, told reporters Wednesday she believes the tax credits didn't meet the rules for reconciliation, which is the process by which Republicans are using to try to pass a healthcare bill with a simple majority to avoid a Democratic filibuster.

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  • Govt Not to Give up Puthuvype Plant Project; Halted for Now
Govt Not to Give up Puthuvype Plant Project; Halted for Now

Sathasivam, union minister M. Venkaiah Naidu and the chief minister. At no cost will the project be shelved as it would send very wrong signals, when Kerala is looking for major development. The Samithi welcomed the government's decision and agreed to call off the protests for now. They also said the ongoing blockade as part of their agitation wo...

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  • Farmer found dead outside village office
Farmer found dead outside village office

A year ago he was forced to stage a hunger strike with his family after authorities refused to accept his land tax . Revenue minister E Chandrasekharan has sought a report from the collector regarding the turn of events that led to the suicide.

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  • FBI investigates USA airport stabbing as terrorism
FBI investigates USA airport stabbing as terrorism

He appeared in court hours later to hear the charge. A police officer sets up a flare to block the turn lane into Bishop International Airport , Wednesday morning, June 21, 2017, in Flint , Mich. Mr Gelios said: "At this time we view him as a lone-wolf attacker". President Donald Trump has been briefed on the stabbing , which federal investiga...

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  • First Trailer Arrives for Marshall Starring Chadwick Boseman
First Trailer Arrives for Marshall Starring Chadwick Boseman

Last night the first trailer for the upcoming biographical thriller Marshall dropped, giving us our first taste of the cinematization of the life of Thurgood Marshall , the United States' first African American Supreme Court Justice. "That is my mission", Boseman tells Sterling K. Brown's Joseph Spell as he sits behind bars. But the real inter...

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  • Pennsylvania Court Ruling on Police Videos to Be Short-lived
Pennsylvania Court Ruling on Police Videos to Be Short-lived

In March of 2014, Spring Mills resident Michelle Grove filed a Right-to-Know request with Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) for video recordings taken by two troopers at the scene of a two-vehicle accident involving Grove's friend on Route 144 in Potter Township.

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  • Kushner visits bereaved family of Hadas Malka
Kushner visits bereaved family of Hadas Malka

Amichai is just part of the problem, of course, with Israel's continued expansion of settlements across the West Bank leaving less and less land for the Palestinian population to ever end up with its own state in. Yet on Tuesday, Israel broke ground for its first new settlement in 25 years. As well as receiving both Netanyahu and Abbas in the Whit...

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  • House to debate revamp of recreational pot law
House to debate revamp of recreational pot law

We are starting from a law that was passed by the voters. "You tell me. We have no good model of a marketplace", Cusack said when asked how much money would be raised under the bill. The House plan would give the ability to ban pot facilities to the city or town governing body. The Senate bill is expected to provide an avenue for individuals conv...

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  • Senate to finally unveil secret health care bill
Senate to finally unveil secret health care bill

During the public portion of the event - when reporters were invited in - Trump undercut the House bill, saying more funding was needed to make it "generous, kind (and) with heart". "If I don't get to study it, I'm not going to vote for it", said Senator Bill Cassidy, (R) Louisiana. Thune said "it's high time we turned the page on this failed Oba...

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  • Canadian man charged in attack at airport in US
Canadian man charged in attack at airport in US

According to the FBI, Ftouhi said something similar to "you have killed people in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, and we are all going to die". The suspect, who was taken into custody after the incident, was identified as Amor Ftouhi, 49, a Canadian man who legally entered the U.S.in Lake Champlain, New York, on June 16, and later traveled to Fli...

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  • Ron Johnson:
Ron Johnson: "'Can't imagine" voting for a health care bill next week

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the bill will be up for a vote next week . Sen. Richard Blumenthal is holding a second "emergency field hearing" on health care Friday as Senate Republicans continue to craft legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act behind closed doors .

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