• White House Appoints Trump DC Hotel Employee As Chief Usher
White House Appoints Trump DC Hotel Employee As Chief Usher

Melania Trump ended her estrangement from Washington whe. Ivanka Trump , the daughter and assistant to President Donald Trump , reaches to swing her daughter Arabella Kushner in the Rose Garden at the Congressional Picnic on the South Lawn of the White House, Thursday, June 22, 2017 , in Washington .

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  • Man catches teen falling from park ride: 'It's OK to let go'
Man catches teen falling from park ride: 'It's OK to let go'

As of now, we don't know why this girl was hanging so precariously from Sky Ride. Park-goers below start to notice the trouble she is having, and begin to devise a plan for how they will save her when she inevitably falls. Howard is just happy he and his daughter were among those on the ground below. Lent said he thought it took too long for pa...

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  • Jury deliberations begin in police shooting
Jury deliberations begin in police shooting

Heaggan-Brown was acquitted Wednesday of first-degree reckless homicide in the August 13, 2016, killing of Smith , which ignited several days of protests in Milwaukee. Attorney David Owens announced the lawsuit minutes after a jury acquitted Dominique Heaggan-Brown in the death of Sylville Smith . "I think we must be mindful that a yo...

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  • Disabled Protesters Stage 'Die-In' over Senate Health Care Bill Rollout
Disabled Protesters Stage 'Die-In' over Senate Health Care Bill Rollout

But McConnell was not in his office; he was on the Senate floor, introducing the legislation. As the die-in was taking place, protesters chanted, " No cuts to Medicaid, save our liberty! ". Blood on the floor outside of Leader Mcconnell's office as protestors are physically being removed. McConnell hopes to hold a vote on the bill next week...

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  • Eid-ul-Fitr: Rajnath Singh calls for peace and harmony in Kashmir
Eid-ul-Fitr: Rajnath Singh calls for peace and harmony in Kashmir

Muslim New Zealanders will today celebrate the Islamic festival Eid ul-Fitr following the sighting of the new moon and will come together to celebrate at Parliament next week, Minister for Ethnic Communities Judith Collins says. "Ramzan is a month of holy donations, to spread happiness..." Since the Bill Clinton administration, the White House...

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  • Democrats' disputes simmer after special election losses
Democrats' disputes simmer after special election losses

Democrats supportive of Pelosi have long argued that even if she stepped aside, Republicans would demonize any new leader the party elevated. "Ossoff will vote with Pelosi", some of those ads said. Trump tweeted Thursday morning as some Democrats call for their House minority leader's ouster after Tuesday's special election loss in Georgia. Ben R...

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  • Disabled Trumpcare Protesters Dragged Away From McConnell's Office
Disabled Trumpcare Protesters Dragged Away From McConnell's Office

Both senators believe that Medicaid enrollees could obtain coverage elsewhere. On Thursday, he was among the first to release a statement raising "serious concerns about the bill's impact on the Nevadans who depend on Medicaid". The House version of health-care reform, passed last month with only Republican votes, was initially celebrated by ...

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  • Schumer gives health care passage '50-50 chance'
Schumer gives health care passage '50-50 chance'

The people of Wisconsin don't know what's in it, the people of Vermont don't know what's in it. Another thing the Senate credits do is that they go down to more poor people, but the credits themselves will be smaller. "It kills the middle class and gives money to the wealthy", he said on ABC News' "This Week". CBS News reported Friday that in...

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  • Democrats may benefit from gerrymandering — AP analysis
Democrats may benefit from gerrymandering — AP analysis

Two Wyoming senators represent 568,300 voters. Kennedy has repeatedly declined to respond to media requests seeking comment on his plans. Political parties routinely draw maps that either concentrate or dilute the other party's voters to create safe districts for their own incumbents.

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"Cuba's regime is brutal", Donald Trump closes Obama's opening

Despite his effort to roll back parts of his predecessor Barack Obama's cuba policy , Trump stopped short of closing United States embassy in Cuba . In essence, Mr. Trump's announcement on Friday allowed him to claim fulfillment of a campaign promise, while leaving a vast portion of the Obama policies intact.

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  • It's so hot in Phoenix the airlines can't fly, here's why
It's so hot in Phoenix the airlines can't fly, here's why

The NWS also said in the city of Phoenix , and the temperature will reach up to 120 degrees, and not only that the temperature of the adjacent areas, in fact, the city of Las Vegas and southern part of California will also feel somehow same temperature and heat waves.

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  • Price promises GOP won't pull 'rug out' on health care
Price promises GOP won't pull 'rug out' on health care

Paul said Friday "I want the bill to look more like a repeal bill". The U.S. House of Representatives' approach led to the truly flawed American Health Care Act (AHCA) - legislation that would weaken benefits and cause millions of Americans to lose their health insurance .

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  • USA court upholds block on Trump's travel ban
USA court upholds block on Trump's travel ban

Trump's suspension of the USA refugee program also remains blocked. "Immigration, even for the president , is not a one-person show", the three justices said in their unanimous ruling . President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning denounced a federal court ruling against his travel ban , his latest criticism of the judiciary in the ongoing le...

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  • Spieth leads by 1 midway through 2nd round at Travelers
Spieth leads by 1 midway through 2nd round at Travelers

Rory McIlroy almost joined them due to four bogeys on the back nine, but he survived on the number. CROMWELL, CT - JUNE 23: Patrick Rodgers of the United States stands on the 15th hole during the second round of the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands on June 23, 2017 in Cromwell, Connecticut.

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  • Debate over Nancy Pelosi's leadership hits Meet the Press
Debate over Nancy Pelosi's leadership hits Meet the Press

It's no surprise that the Dems tanked, given the inept leadership they have in Congress, especially in the House, where Nancy Pelosi calls the shots as the minority leader. Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham of SC lashed out at Pelosi as one of his first moves after declaring his candidacy against GOP Rep. Mark Sanford. So with fresh evidence that ...

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  • Not 'that far off' from passing health care overhaul
Not 'that far off' from passing health care overhaul

If three Republican Senators vote no on the Senate legislation, the measure will fail. Sen. Susan Collins of ME said it would be "very difficult" for President Trump and GOP leaders to get her support this week for the Senate's health care bill .

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  • Majority Whip Steve Scalise no longer in ICU, hospital says
Majority Whip Steve Scalise no longer in ICU, hospital says

Hodgkinson did not have any ties to terrorism. But officials say there was no context included on the piece of paper. The F.B.I. said that Mr. Hodgkinson was carrying a military-style rifle and a handgun. Scalise suffered a gunshot wound to the pelvis a week ago today while practicing for the Congressional baseball game. His condition has be...

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  • David Ortiz demonstrates inner 50 Cent with first pitch
David Ortiz demonstrates inner 50 Cent with first pitch

JC Ramirez was solid when the Los Angeles Angels needed him. Lin has made 37 starts at shortstop, two at second base and five in center field this season. But in the second inning he gave up three runs - Juan Graterol's two-run single was the big hit - as the Angels sent six batters to the plate. The Boston Red Sox realized that and retired t...

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  • Senate bill sacrifices health care for tax cuts
Senate bill sacrifices health care for tax cuts

The Nevada senator joins four other Republicans in expressing opposition to the draft bill as it is now written. "We can not support the current bill". The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said that under the House bill, 23 million fewer people would have coverage by 2026. McConnell wants the bill passed next week, still with no public...

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  • A key Republican senator has 'serious concerns' about the Senate's healthcare bill
A key Republican senator has 'serious concerns' about the Senate's healthcare bill

The South Boston Democrat, who was one of the few members of his party to vote against the Affordable Care Act in 2010, stressed that the legislation needs to be fixed and that not enough has been done to rein in the overall cost of health care.

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