• Positive about forward-looking vision, says PM ahead of U.S. visit
Positive about forward-looking vision, says PM ahead of U.S. visit

Prime Minister Modi is expected to hold talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on regional security situation as also ways to enhance cooperation in bilateral areas of strategic importance. While there has been a boost in India-US bilateral trade over the years, India is nowhere near America's top trading partners - Canada, China and Mexico - e...

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  • Health insurers says Senate bill's Medicaid cuts to hurt states
Health insurers says Senate bill's Medicaid cuts to hurt states

The Senate legislation would phase out extra federal money Nevada and 30 other states receive for expanding Medicaid to additional low earners. The deep cuts to Medicaid likely mean about 20 million Americans will lose their health insurance, including 4.5 million Californians.

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  • Sonia Gandhi To Chair Opposition Meeting Today To Decide Presidential Candidate
Sonia Gandhi To Chair Opposition Meeting Today To Decide Presidential Candidate

A day after meeting BJP veterans LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, NDA presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday met former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. "We are confident he will perform as a good administrator", he said when asked about Kovinds RSS background and reports that opposition Congress may also field a dalit candi...

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  • Judges Rule 'Making a Murderer' Confession Was Improperly Obtained
Judges Rule 'Making a Murderer' Confession Was Improperly Obtained

In a 2-1 ruling issued Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit upheld the August 2016 decision by Federal Magistrate William Duffin of Milwaukee. The two then burned her body, Dassey told detectives. The state appealed that ruling. He initially said that he only helped Avery clean some fluid from the garage flo...

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  • FBI says gunman James Hodgkinson acted alone in Alexandria shooting
FBI says gunman James Hodgkinson acted alone in Alexandria shooting

Steve Scalise , 51, the House majority whip, was gravely wounded in the shooting June 14. Scalise remains hospitalized, and his condition was upgraded to fair on Wednesday. The gunman came out of his vehicle with two rifles, a 9 mm handgun and a 7.62 mm caliber SKS rifle. The sheriff said deputies arrived to find Hodgkinson with a hunting rif...

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  • USA 'downs Iran-made drone' over Syria
USA 'downs Iran-made drone' over Syria

F-15E Strike Eagle at approximately 12:30 a.m. after it displayed hostile intent and advanced on coalition forces . That incident followed two others involving USA fire against pro-regime forces on the ground as they came close to the garrison.

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  • Russian Federation warships and sub fire cruise missiles at Syria: Moscow
Russian Federation warships and sub fire cruise missiles at Syria: Moscow

A close look at the map shows that pro-Assad troops have placed themselves in key locations in the anti-IS battle, while staying close to the US -backed Kurdish forces who lead the ground offensive. Bassam Abu Abdullah, a professor of International Relations at Damascus University, said the advances by pro-Assad troops undermined US plans in the ar...

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  • Republicans have 'zero margin for error' to pass the Senate healthcare bill
Republicans have 'zero margin for error' to pass the Senate healthcare bill

Republican Senators are planning to vote on the bill before their July 4th recess. In a statement , Mike Oxford, an organizer for the group, had said: 'To say people will die under this law is not an exaggeration'. Tom Wolf warned of the loss of billions of future federal health care dollars to Pennsylvania and the damage it could do to hospit...

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  • Indian policeman 'beaten to death by mob' in Kashmir
Indian policeman 'beaten to death by mob' in Kashmir

An eyewitness told Mirror that he and one more policeman were clicking photos with cell phones when a group confronted them. After the situation got out of control, the cop in his own defence opened fire, through his service pistol on the mob, in which three people got injured.

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  • Senate Republicans just lost a key vote on their healthcare bill
Senate Republicans just lost a key vote on their healthcare bill

The Washington Examiner reported Wednesday that Sens. Heller, who faces a hard re-election fight next year, said he would vote against the bill in its current form but did not rule out supporting a revamped version. "No argument against Trumpcare is more eloquent than the grave consequences it means in people's lives", she wrote colleagues. ...

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  • Twin blasts kill dozens in Parachinar market
Twin blasts kill dozens in Parachinar market

The blasts took place at a market within three minutes of each another, senior government official Wazir Khan Wazir said. According to sources, numerous injured are in critical condition hence the death toll could rise further. Jamaat-ur-Ahrar, a faction of the Pakistan Taliban, has claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement sent out it...

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  • Republicans still love Nancy Pelosi
Republicans still love Nancy Pelosi

In the Ossoff race, even though the 30-year-old documentary filmmaker and former congressional staffer ended up running a more centrist and not Trump-centric campaign, Republicans were able to zero in on the more than $23 million in donations Ossoff raised, largely from liberal enclaves like California and NY, and make an easy connection to Pel...

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  • North Korea Conducts Rocket Engine Test
North Korea Conducts Rocket Engine Test

North Korea has held yet another missile test on Wednesday, a US official says. Lt. Gen. David L. Mann, former U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command told reporters previous year that he did not know if North Korea's claim about having successfully miniaturized a nuclear weapon is accurate, but did say their nuclear ambitions need to be...

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  • United States emphasizes shared concerns over North Korea after China meeti
United States emphasizes shared concerns over North Korea after China meeti

Mattis said China "continues to work these issues". He called for increased efforts to block sources of finances for Pyongyang and to force North Korea to abide by United Nations Security Council resolution on its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

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  • Rep. Moulton: Democratic Loss in Georgia Special Election Is 'Wake Up Call'
Rep. Moulton: Democratic Loss in Georgia Special Election Is 'Wake Up Call'

Trump's election doesn't necessarily settle the internecine argument between the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders wings of the Democratic party in favor of full-blown socialism, but it does at least make the case that a robust, easily identifiable policy agenda is necessary.

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  • North Korea conducts rocket engine test, possibly for ICBM
North Korea conducts rocket engine test, possibly for ICBM

The continental United States is around 5,600 miles (9,000 km) from North Korea. Kye added, "Let's talk about how to solve the Korean issue peacefully". North Korea carried out a test of a rocket engine that could possibly power an intercontinental ballistic missile to take one of its nuclear devices to the United States mainland, Rueters and Fox N...

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  • South Korea Tests Missile As President Speaks Of Need To 'Dominate' North
South Korea Tests Missile As President Speaks Of Need To 'Dominate' North

The test follows about a dozen missile launches this year, as well as three engine tests in March. Rather US officials are said to have responded by pressing China to "do more " to force North Korea to give in outright. They also said that military options for North Korea have recently been updated, and will be presented to President Donald Tr...

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  • LARRY HOGAN: GOP Health Care Plan Does Not Work for Maryland
LARRY HOGAN: GOP Health Care Plan Does Not Work for Maryland

The head of the National Rural Health Association said the organization will oppose the Senate's healthcare bill because the legislation will hurt rural America. An ophthalmologist by training, Paul said he'd like to see the demise of Obamacare regulations barring super-low-cost health-insurance plans. But McConnell pushed back against claims w...

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  • North Korea denies torturing US student Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing US student Warmbier

McCain, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said that North Korea "murdered" Warmbier and that Americans who are "stupid" enough to travel to the risky country despite State Department warnings should sign a waiver clearing the United States of any blame should they get in trouble.

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  • Presidential poll: Centre confident of Kovind's victory says Hansraj Ahir
Presidential poll: Centre confident of Kovind's victory says Hansraj Ahir

Kumar too is a Dalit and was the Speaker of the parliament during the UPA rule. The statement said that the coming polls was a fight of ideology. "There is a feeling that some non-Congress contender should have been considered", the sources said.

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