• Kellyanne Conway on Senate health bill: 'These are not cuts to Medicaid'
Kellyanne Conway on Senate health bill: 'These are not cuts to Medicaid'

Conway said, "We're confident that the Senate bill will get through and we'll have health care reform that takes away these draconian Obamacare taxes". "This slows the rate for the future and it allows governors more flexibility with Medicaid dollars", she continued, before noting that the Medicaid program had to be dialed back so it focu...

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  • You'll Never Guess Who the Republican Health-Care Bill Actually Helps
You'll Never Guess Who the Republican Health-Care Bill Actually Helps

But Republicans say it costs too much and involves the federal government too much in healthcare. In a lengthy Facebook post , Obama said there is a "fundamental meanness at the core" of both the Senate's and House's health care legislation.

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  • RCMP Investigating Death of Edmonton woman near Sylvan Lake
RCMP Investigating Death of Edmonton woman near Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake RCMP said a pickup truck headed southbound on Highway 20 struck a vehicle headed westbound on Highway 12 at the intersection at approximately 5:45 p.m. Police has not yet provided the details of woman who died. Sylvan Lake RCMP, Lakeside EMS, Stars Air Ambulance and the Sylvan Lake Fire Department responded to the accident.

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  • GOP senators now oppose health bill; enough to sink it
GOP senators now oppose health bill; enough to sink it

It is simply not the answer. "I believe that the bill that the Senate will vote on, assuming they get to that point, will have some sort of mechanism to cause participation in it", said former GOP Senate staffer Rodney Whitlock. Other advocacy groups, including the American Medical Association, AARP , the American Hospital Association, the Ameri...

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  • Russian, Saudi leaders discuss Qatar row in phone call
Russian, Saudi leaders discuss Qatar row in phone call

Still, Jubeir says Saudi Arabia is willing to provide food and medical supplies through the King Salman Center, a Saudi humanitarian agency. The Turkish President further said that he will discuss the recent developments in the region with French President Emmanuel Macron and the Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani.

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  • GOP Senators Oppose Health Bill - Enough To Sink It
GOP Senators Oppose Health Bill - Enough To Sink It

The bill would abolish the mandate that most Americans must have health insurance . This is the bill with "heart" President Trump told senators he wanted? Cassidy, who proposed health care legislation that was sidelined by Senate GOP leadership, also was non-committal in his statement about the proposal released Thursday, saying i...

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  • FIFA still investigating McLaren report allegations, cannot give details
FIFA still investigating McLaren report allegations, cannot give details

The investigation alleges that the 23 Russian players that went to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil , as well as 11 current Russian professional footballers, are on a list of more than 1000 " people of interest " drawn up by World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) investigators.

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  • Overturned tanker in Pakistan kills 148
Overturned tanker in Pakistan kills 148

The dead included men, women and children. Victims trapped in the fireball. The tanker was travelling from the southern port city of Karachi to Lahore when the driver lost control and crashed near the city of Bahawalpur around 6.30am.

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  • Here's How Muslims Worldwide Are Celebrating Ramadan's End
Here's How Muslims Worldwide Are Celebrating Ramadan's End

Sunday June 25 corresponding to 29th Ramadan . The end is called Eid al-Fitr, said Julia Shearson, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Cleveland and Northern Ohio Chapter. And in the rest of Europe, most Muslims wait for announcements by leaders of their own communities - though this may depend on observing the Moo...

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  • Over 700 London flats evacuated on fire issues
Over 700 London flats evacuated on fire issues

Camden council is the first to evacuate its tower blocks after the Grenfell fire, which is believed to have killed at least 79 people . Camden Council leader Georgia Gould said the council chose to evacuate the blocks in north London's Chalcots Estate late on Friday after fire inspectors uncovered problems with "gas insulation and door stop...

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  • Wounded US Rep. Steve Scalise out of intensive care
Wounded US Rep. Steve Scalise out of intensive care

Scalise's condition was upgraded from "serious" to " fair " Wednesday. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) has been moved out of the intensive care unit (ICU), ABC News and NBC News reported Friday. Capitol Police Officer David Bailey, who was not shot, also received an unspecified injury in the attack, and threw out the first pitch...

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  • Number of dead, missing in London fire rises to 79
Number of dead, missing in London fire rises to 79

However, five people who were originally reported as missing have since been found safe and well. The search and recovery operation in the 24-story Grenfell Tower continues, he said, adding that it has been incredibly distressing for families.

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  • United Kingdom lawmakers hit by cyber security attack
United Kingdom lawmakers hit by cyber security attack

The changes were said to have prevented MPs and their staff whose accounts were targeted from accessing their email on mobile devices outside the Parliament premises. British Parliament is the latest target of an apparent cyber attack. The National Crime Agency said it was working with the NCSC but the centre was "leading the operational respon...

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  • Pakistan oil tanker crash kills more than 100 people
Pakistan oil tanker crash kills more than 100 people

The director of Punjab provincial rescue services, Dr. Rizwan Naseer, told the Associated Press that rescuers were collecting badly burned bodies, many beyond recognition, after the fire from the oil spill engulfed "scores of residents who had rushed to collect leaking fuel".

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  • Theresa May confirms EU nationals will be allowed to remain living
Theresa May confirms EU nationals will be allowed to remain living

Speaking in Brussels on Friday afternoon, Mrs May said of her proposal: "I think we've made a fair and serious offer, confirming and giving reassurance to all those European Union citizens living in the United Kingdom". Citizens' rights is a major issue in the negotiations, which are expected to last until early 2019. She made it clear that...

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  • Trump White House Has Taken Little Action to Stop Next Election Hack
Trump White House Has Taken Little Action to Stop Next Election Hack

The Obama administration first publicly announced Russia's alleged election meddling on October 7 but stopped short of saying that the efforts were aimed at helping Trump win. "They didn't want to hurt Hillary?", Trump tweeted. Trump asked at 4:28 pm. The Post article recounts how Obama learned about the Russian intrusions and the administ...

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  • Mosul Celebrates First Eid Without IS In Three Years
Mosul Celebrates First Eid Without IS In Three Years

Despite that effort, the United Nations issued an alarming warning Saturday that local civilians are in grave danger , claiming 12 were killed and hundreds injured Friday. Hundreds of civilians fleeing the Old City have been killed in the past three weeks. A US-led global coalition is providing air and ground support in the 8-month-old offensi...

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  • All tower block cladding checked so far fails fire test
All tower block cladding checked so far fails fire test

Residents of 650 London flats were evacuated yesterday due to fire safety fears in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, but 83 people refused to leave their homes, according to local officials. Carl McDowell, 31, said he took one look at the inflatable beds offered on the floor of the leisure center and went back to his own apartment. Othe...

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  • Saudi foils terror attack on Mecca's grand mosque
Saudi foils terror attack on Mecca's grand mosque

It said the police raided the two sites in Makkah, including one near the central area of the mosque. The collapsed walls of the building had crushed a parked vehicle and nearby structures were peppered with what appeared to be shrapnel and bullet holes.

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  • MP farmers' protest- Peace returns to Mandsaur, CM Chouhan ends fast
MP farmers' protest- Peace returns to Mandsaur, CM Chouhan ends fast

While on fast at the Dussehra maidan, the CM appealed to farmers to come and discuss their problems with him at the maidan. Farmers unrest in Madhya Pradesh is growing every day and has reached even the door step of Bhopal , the state capital.

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