• Trump says health care reform push may need additional money
Trump says health care reform push may need additional money

If the show vote strategy is settled upon, it remains to be seen whether the bill that's destined to fail will be one that conservatives will vote against or one that moderates will decline to endorse. Tom Cotton, Alaska Sen . Republicans are taking a big political risk on health care. But as Senator Portman explained , the House-passed versi...

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  • Gaza Power Shortage to Worsen as Israel Reduces Supply
Gaza Power Shortage to Worsen as Israel Reduces Supply

The problem is that Hamas may be secure, no matter how bad things get, but Israel isn't. Israel will reduce electricity supplies to the Gaza Strip after the Palestinian Authority limited how much it pays for power to the enclave run by Hamas, Israeli officials said yesterday.

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  • Jury in Bill Cosby sex assault case scrutinizes his words
Jury in Bill Cosby sex assault case scrutinizes his words

Constand is one of dozens of women to have accused Cosby of sex abuse - often after plying them with drugs - in a series of incidents dating to the 1960s. She sued Cosby in a civil suit and settled for an undisclosed amount in 2006. Whether or not Andrea Constand or the 50-something other accusers were drugged and raped, the greatest damage is ...

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  • Megyn Kelly No Longer Hosting Sandy Hook Benefit Over Alex Jones Interview
Megyn Kelly No Longer Hosting Sandy Hook Benefit Over Alex Jones Interview

In the past Jones has suggested that the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut was, among other catastrophic moments in USA history including 9/11, a staged event created by the government to further their clandestine agenda.

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  • British leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief
British leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief

May's party fell eight seats short of retaining their parliamentary majority, and is now in talks with Northern Ireland's ultra-conservative Democratic Union Party (DUP), which won 10 seats, to forge an informal alliance. "The idea that the United Kingdom led by this prime minister and this government can just blunder into negotiations starting ...

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  • Barrie hate crime free in 2015: Statistics Canada
Barrie hate crime free in 2015: Statistics Canada

Attacks against Muslims and Arab or West Asian communities accounted for most of the increase. Hate crimes targeting Muslims in Canada increased by 61 percent between 2014 and 2015, according to new data from Statistics Canada, the national statistical agency.

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  • Kevin Durant Shows DC Love After NBA Championship Win
Kevin Durant Shows DC Love After NBA Championship Win

To be back here, bring ol' Larry back home, I'm just excited to do something special. "They beat us, but I'm pretty sure we'll be back and we'll be ready to battle again". The 2017 NBA Finals showed that the Cavaliers aren't equipped to beat the Warriors as now assembled, and LeBron James is growing older with heavy mileage from his many...

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  • Trump legal team delays filing leak complaint against Comey
Trump legal team delays filing leak complaint against Comey

Comey also said that he believed the president had fired him because of the Russian Federation probe, told "lies" about his record at the bureau and sought to redirect the probe away from former national security adviser Michael Flynn .

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  • U.S. senator invites Trump to testify about Comey and Russian Federation
U.S. senator invites Trump to testify about Comey and Russian Federation

On Sunday, Schumer also said he would like to clear up the matter of whether Trump does indeed have tapes of his conversations with Comey, as the president has suggested. Going to school for so long could leave them struggling to pay off student loans. It relies on funds outside the apprenticeship program - a challenge in that the President Tru...

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  • White House doesn't deny Trump considering firing Mueller
White House doesn't deny Trump considering firing Mueller

I personally think it would be a significant mistake'. Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey worked closely for years in the George W. Bush administration, when Mueller was FBI director and Comey was deputy attorney general. Rosenstein said "no, I have not", when asked by Sen. He added , "I'm not going to follow any order unless I believ...

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  • Attorney General Sessions Set to Testify in Russia Probe Hearing
Attorney General Sessions Set to Testify in Russia Probe Hearing

The deputy attorney general, the second-highest official at the Department of Justice, is managing the Russian Federation investigation at the department following attorney general Jeff Sessions's decision to recuse himself. Session explicitly acknowledged the meetings between him an Kislyak, one at his Senate office and the other after a speech...

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  • Suspected North Korea drone photographed US missile defence site
Suspected North Korea drone photographed US missile defence site

The North Korean drone is similar to one found in 2014 and was discovered on a mountain in Inje, South Korea , near the border. "It also took pictures of the northern region of Seongju, where THAAD is deployed", a JCS official said on the condition of anonymity.

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  • United Kingdom election shock could delay and soften Brexit
United Kingdom election shock could delay and soften Brexit

Mrs May's first task will be a reshuffle of her ministry, as the party lost eight ministers in the election including one cabinet minister. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , riding a wave of acclaim for his party's unexpectedly strong showing, called on May to resign .

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  • US cites 'complete obliteration of mock warhead
US cites 'complete obliteration of mock warhead

In fact, according to the Rodong Sinmun newspaper , Kim said that he would "turn the (United States) into ashes", in a threat that came in response to Tuesday's historic test of a ground-based interceptor system created to shoot down incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles - including nuclear-armed missiles headed toward the USA mainland or...

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  • Sessions cites Department of Justice regulation in recusal from Russian Federation probe
Sessions cites Department of Justice regulation in recusal from Russian Federation probe

He vowed to defend his honor "against scurrilous and false allegations". The Attorney General's appearance before the Senate Committee comes after he recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation. "The Constitution provides the head of the executive branch certain privileges, and one of them is confidentiality of communications", Sess...

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  • Jeff Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous Russia allegations'
Jeff Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous Russia allegations'

Ron Wyden: "There are none". "What are they?" Wyden asked . The nation's top law enforcement official - who has recused himself from all ongoing Russian Federation investigations - has himself become a focal point in congressional probes into the allegations of election meddling, in possible collusion with Trump's team, that have dogged ...

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  • Comey says Trump's lying, Trump says Comey's lying
Comey says Trump's lying, Trump says Comey's lying

Mr Trump wouldn't rule out a previous claim that there may be tapes of his conversations with Mr Comey . President Donald Trump drops a binder of environmental impact statements while delivering remarks on infrastructure investment and deregulation at the Department of Transportation on Friday.

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  • AG Jeff Sessions is expected to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee
AG Jeff Sessions is expected to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee

Angus King and Susan Collins will be among those questioning Sessions . Given that as Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey was overseeing the probe into Russian Federation and its possible collusion with the Trump team, the firing has led to questions about potential obstruction of justice.

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  • South Korea's Moon asks for Japan's patience in resolving 'past history'
South Korea's Moon asks for Japan's patience in resolving 'past history'

Japan and South Korea struck the landmark deal in December 2015 to "finally and irreversibly" resolve the long-standing comfort women row. According to Moon's office, Nikai conveyed to the South Korean leader a letter from Abe, in which the Japanese prime minister stressed the need to continue putting pressure on North Korea and to strengthen t...

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  • NBC moving ahead with Megyn Kelly interview with Alex Jones
NBC moving ahead with Megyn Kelly interview with Alex Jones

And even Jones called for Kelly not to air their interview, claiming his views were misrepresented. The gun violence prevention nonprofit Sandy Hook Promise has dropped NBC's Megyn Kelly as host of its annual gala, over Kelly's plans to air an interview with conspiracy theorist and Infowars host Alex Jones on her show on Sunday.

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