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

While McConnell's bill curtails the program at a slower rate than the House version, it ultimately cuts deeper, which has prompted senators whose states expanded Medicaid to raise red flags. Thi...

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Tech Council Including Apple, Amazon, Google Execs Visits White House Today

Apple CEO Tim Cook , Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella were some of those who attended the hours-long work group with White House officials and an evening talk with the preside...

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Lobbyist wounded in GOP baseball shooting leaves hospital

A Capitol Hill Police officer walks past an automobile with the driver's window damaged at the scene of a shooting in Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, June 14, 2017, where House Majority Whip Steve Scalis...

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Michael Gove says Government will 'work with everyone' on Brexit

Michael Gove says Government will 'work with everyone' on Brexit

Philip Hammond - who has a frosty relationship with the prime minister's team - remains as Chancellor, Downing Street confirmed on Friday evening, while Boris Johnson (Foreign Secretary), David Dav...

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Five London towers being evacuated over fire safety inspection

Five London towers being evacuated over fire safety inspection

The towers are located on the Chalcots estate and are each equipped with cladding similar to what was used in the construction of the Grenfell Tower , which was decimated on June 14 in a massive blaz...

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Montreal resident accused of stabbing police officer at MI airport

Montreal resident accused of stabbing police officer at MI airport

Neville was attacked Wednesday morning in a public area of Bishop International Airport. Gelios says Ftouhi "did want to identify an global airport". The FBI says it's investigating the attack as an...

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'Irreligious' act in name of religion: Centre on Kashmir cop lynching

'Irreligious' act in name of religion: Centre on Kashmir cop lynching

DSP Pandith was killed by a mob of more than 200 on Thursday night outside Srinagar's Jamia Masjid, around the same time that hundreds of people had gathered inside for congregational prayers. "Mob ...

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Democrats Try To Push Nancy Pelosi Out To Win Back House Majority

Democrats Try To Push Nancy Pelosi Out To Win Back House Majority

But his Republican opponent, Karen Handel, as well as a GOP-aligned super PAC and the House Republicans' campaign arm, the National Republican Congressional Committee, spent millions on television ads...

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Man accused of murdering 5-year-old son arrested in Las Vegas

Man accused of murdering 5-year-old son arrested in Las Vegas

Nicole Nishida, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's department, declined to say what evidence led to Andressian's arrest. A massive search for the missing boy ensued in the following weeks, with officia...

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Karen Handel Hails Victorious in 6th District After Grueling Election

Their action plan: Keep talking. It's time for new leadership. It's about all they can do. Rice wishes this would "happen right now". Rice said she has significant respect for the long-serving...

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Iran's Khamenei ordered missile strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria - Guards

Iran's Khamenei ordered missile strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria - Guards

In Canberra, a Defense Department statement said on Tuesday that "Australian Defense Force protection is regularly reviewed in response to a range of potential threats". These new missiles were consid...

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Union City man caught urinating at LA train station had cache of

Union City man caught urinating at LA train station had cache of

Sheriff's deputies working a foot beat discovered the man was carrying a loaded handgun restricted for law enforcement use, a loaded, high-power firearm, high-capacity magazines, a suppressor and othe...

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Supreme Court to tackle major gerrymandering case

The high court will review a lower court decision that said Wisconsin's Republican Legislature redrew district maps so much to their advantage that they were unconstitutional. House of Representat...

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North Korea Defends Otto Warmbier's Treatment

On Thursday, June 15, doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said that the 22-year-old Warmbier had extensive loss of brain tissue and was in a state of unresponsive wakefulness. A...

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DR Congo: UN Experts to Investigate Kasai Region Violence

DR Congo: UN Experts to Investigate Kasai Region Violence

The Catholic church this week estimated that over 3,300 people have been killed in the Kasais since August, including two United Nations investigators and their interpreter. Kinshasa has repeatedly ...

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Raging forest fire kills 61 in Portugal; many as they fled

Raging forest fire kills 61 in Portugal; many as they fled

The expanse of wooded hills in the area north of Lisbon , which 24 hours before had glowed bright green with eucalyptus plants and pine trees, was gutted by the flames. The official also said that fi...

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Delhi University Releases First Cut-Off List; SGTB Khalsa Sets 99.66% For Electronics

Delhi University Releases First Cut-Off List; SGTB Khalsa Sets 99.66% For Electronics

SRCC known for the commerce courses such as B.com (Hon) which witnessed a marginal dip of 0.25 Economics (Hon) witnessed cut off went down by.5 percent compared to previous year. Most "top" colleges t...

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Republican wins pricey $79m Georgia race

Republican wins pricey $79m Georgia race

MOULTON: Certainly one thing I learned as a Marine is - you know, my job description was very simple. In special elections for House seats vacated by Republicans who wound up in President Donald ...

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Four GOP senators to oppose current Republican health care bill

It however delays cuts to the Medicaid programme and maintains for two years the tax credits included in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - commonly known as Obamacare - to help lower-income American...

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These Boys Wore Skirts to School to Protest Dress Code Double Standards

These Boys Wore Skirts to School to Protest Dress Code Double Standards

The boys, though, took them up on it, noted The Guardian . "As summers are becoming hotter, shorts will be introduced as part of our school uniform next year having first consulted with students an...

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