• Trump confirms he called the Republicans' healthcare bill 'mean'
Trump confirms he called the Republicans' healthcare bill 'mean'

It is simply not the answer. Heller, facing a competitive re-election battle next year, said he was opposing the legislation because of the cuts it would make in Medicaid . The House of Representatives has passed a measure similar to the Senate plan. The Senate bill also calls for a tighter cap on federal spending in Medicaid overall tha...

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  • Sen. Marco Rubio motivates Trump to break US-Cuba relations
Sen. Marco Rubio motivates Trump to break US-Cuba relations

When asked, White House officials did not say why the administration did not hold similar thinking for Saudi Arabia, which also has a history of human rights abuse. Now, President Trump will likely reverse at least some of that policy. That brings us to the second facet of Trump's rollback of former President Obama's engagement with communist...

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  • Terror suspect is shot by soldiers after explosion at Brussels station
Terror suspect is shot by soldiers after explosion at Brussels station

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said a "terrorist attack has been prevented" in the city that hosts the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters. They were filled with nails and small gas canisters. He then ran back up to the concourse where commuters had been milling around and rushed toward a soldier shouting " A...

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  • Country facing 'undeclared emergency' under BJP rule: Congress
Country facing 'undeclared emergency' under BJP rule: Congress

He recalled that democracy-lovers had fought a big battle against the Emergency imposed by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and said the pro-democracy "heritage" needs to be strengthened. He also said that the Mars Mission, which had been launched on June 19 last year for a six-month period, had completed one year and was still functioning well.

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  • Seven die in cable car crash in Indian Kashmir, 150 rescued
Seven die in cable car crash in Indian Kashmir, 150 rescued

The accident left some 100 people stranded in other cars along the ropeway before service was restored, Hussain said. At least seven people including three from Kashmir were killed after a tree hit a cable auto in Gulmarg on Sunday. It is hugely popular with tourists who flock to Gulmarg, a skiing hub. They have been identified as Jayant Andra...

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  • Australian Crown Resorts employees sentenced
Australian Crown Resorts employees sentenced

Three of the accused, believed to have been junior staff, had been released on bail. Their sentences start from the date they were detained, which was October 14, he added. "Whether the people were going to the casino or not, she can't control", he said. China is in the midst of a crackdown on the promotion of gambling on the island of Macau, w...

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  • Officer Stabbed In Neck At Airport Recovering Well
Officer Stabbed In Neck At Airport Recovering Well

He appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephanie Dawkins Davis on Wednesday for his initial appearance and told her in English that he understands the charge against him and the allegations that he used a large knife to stab Lt. He also says investigators believed Ftouhi is a "lone wolf" attacker. Three people staying at the residence had be...

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  • GOP senators rebel as Senate Republicans unveil new healthcare bill
GOP senators rebel as Senate Republicans unveil new healthcare bill

Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer said the new bill was "heartless", warning it would eventually cut Medicaid even more steeply than the House legislation, which slashes it by $800 billion over a decade. The House approved its version of the bill last month. Sandoval said the Senate bill "is something that needs to change". "We have to ...

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  • Supreme Court Says It Will Issue Last Opinions of Term Monday
Supreme Court Says It Will Issue Last Opinions of Term Monday

They are not oddly shaped and do not look like a classic gerrymander. The court also is set to decide a case that could clarify the criminal acts for which legal immigrants may be deported. Even if courts accept this, it is another big jump to the confidence that they can provide consistent and predictable remedies unaffected by judges' own pol...

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  • London Muslim attack suspect Darren Osborne: Pub fights and anti-Muslim rants
London Muslim attack suspect Darren Osborne: Pub fights and anti-Muslim rants

Earlier this month, a van veered into pedestrians on London Bridge , setting off vehicle and knife attacks that killed eight people and wounded many others on the bridge and in the nearby Borough Market area. The terror probe led investigators to the Welsh capital Cardiff, where they searched a property said by media to be the home of Darren Os...

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  • Dad listens to late daughter's heartbeat
Dad listens to late daughter's heartbeat

Her organs were harvested over the next few days and four men aged 20 to 60 were saved by this. Following his daughter's death, Mr Conner made a decision to hop on his bike and cycle more than 4,000 kilometres, raising awareness about organ donations and was also able to visit the Broward Health Medical Centre in Florida - the place holding Abb...

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  • South Africa edge out Pakistan in thriller
South Africa edge out Pakistan in thriller

We will make our plans and play according to our brand of cricket. We know the talent we have in the squad and what we need is that belief. "You always want momentum going into a tournament like this and our win against the West Indies the other day gave us that".

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  • Russia Putin: Navalny urges people to join anti-corruption protests
Russia Putin: Navalny urges people to join anti-corruption protests

Photographs and videos posted on Twitter showed large numbers of police at Tverskaya Street, a main thoroughfare near the Kremlin. More than 120 were detained, according to Open Russia , an opposition group that provides legal aid. While they did report on the arrest of Navalny, they remained silent on the protests in the streets. The Moscow...

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  • Some House Democrats says it's time for Pelosi to go
Some House Democrats says it's time for Pelosi to go

Filemon Vela told CNN . Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Seth Moulton echoed Rice's complaints in an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, this is certainly something that we have to discuss because it's clear that, I think, across the board in the Democratic Party we need new leadership.

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  • Mourners gather for funeral of Ohio man detained in N. Korea
Mourners gather for funeral of Ohio man detained in N. Korea

An article published by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA ) said North Korea was never cruel to Warmbier neither did they torture him. The 22-year-old died in an OH hospital on Monday after North Korea released him for what they described as humanitarian reasons.

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  • 'I think we are going to get there' on health care
'I think we are going to get there' on health care

The draft bill would cut Medicaid for the poor and disabled by some $800 billion and scale back subsidies created to help people afford coverage. Sandoval said the Senate bill "is something that needs to change". President Trump signed into law Friday a bill that will ease restrictions on the discipline and termination of employees from the troub...

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  • Dad: Otto Warmbier's release from North Korea not connected to Rodman
Dad: Otto Warmbier's release from North Korea not connected to Rodman

His father said he is stable, "but has suffered a severe neurological injury". Warmbier, a University of Virginia student, was detained on January 2, 2016, at Pyongyang International Airport, while visiting the country as a tourist with Young Pioneer Tours.

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  • Trump wishes Muslims 'warm greetings' for Eid holiday
Trump wishes Muslims 'warm greetings' for Eid holiday

Muslims in Asia celebrated the Eid-al-Fitr religious holiday on Sunday with prayers for peace as they marked the end of Islam's holy month of Ramadan . In Malaysia, the civil war in Yemen was on the minds of two refugees who prayed at the main mosque in the capital Kuala Lumpur. This year in many countries the celebrations have been marred b...

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  • 153 die in oil tanker explosion in Pakistan
153 die in oil tanker explosion in Pakistan

There are fears that the death toll could rise further. Around 60 people were reported injured and taken to Bahawal Victoria Hospital and District Headquarters Hospital Sharqia in critical condition, Rescue 1122 Director General Dr. "I parked my bike by the road and waited while my friend went to collect the fuel", said Rashid, who had burns on...

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  • Charles Krauthammer: US Must Debate Role In Muslim Civil War
Charles Krauthammer: US Must Debate Role In Muslim Civil War

This is not the first time Russian Federation has fired missiles from the Mediterranean at militants' positions in Syria, the attacks include the recent launches from a submarine and a frigate in May at the targets in Palmyra. Indeed, the Turks say Washington promised to take back the arms we gave the SDF once ISIS is crushed. Russian Federat...

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