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Obama: Millions lose coverage with GOP health plan

Obama: Millions lose coverage with GOP health plan

Shares of hospital companies and health insurers rose on the bill's release, with the overall S&P 500 healthcare sector closing up 1.1 per cent at an all-time high. He's dealing with an unpopular piec...

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LAPD Officer Arrested For Having Sex With Teen Cadet

LAPD Officer Arrested For Having Sex With Teen Cadet

Earlier Thursday, multiple sources told KTLA the person arrested is a male LAPD officer from 77th Street Division accused of having sex with a female juvenile cadet, and investigators believe the of...

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Sailors Killed in Collision Off Japan's Coast Named

There are now at least four investigations into the crash. Experts have also speculated that the abrupt U-turn of the cargo ship was to examine what it hit. Meguro said the ship was " operating as u...

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Senate GOP unveils 'Obamacare' overhaul, but not all aboard

The bill is an attempt to strike a compromise between the Affordable Care Act and a measure passed by the GOP-controlled House in May. Over the next few days, McConnell needs to determine what con...

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Local runners register top-10 finishes at USATF Outdoors

Local runners register top-10 finishes at USATF Outdoors

Watkins hit a lifetime personal best of 65.43 meters in his third and final throw of the preliminary round. He set the Georgia Tech record for the 800m at the ACC Indoor Championships with a time of 1...

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Tropical Storm Cindy downgraded to tropical depression

Tropical Storm Cindy downgraded to tropical depression

There were no reports of injuries. "You're driving and come across a low place in the road, and it is flooded". Some of the low-lying clouds were rotating, and gusty winds whipped across the landscape...

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Donald Trump celebrates Republican wins in Georgia and South Carolina

Donald Trump celebrates Republican wins in Georgia and South Carolina

As with all of the other recent GOP special election wins, Republicans are cheering their continued dominance in not turning over any of their seats. Bliss said her unfavorable rating is high among ...

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Stop funding terror, teaching hate: Trump to Qatar

Stop funding terror, teaching hate: Trump to Qatar

Only an hour later, Tillerson sat in the front row in the Rose Garden as Trump enthusiastically embraced the move by Saudi Arabia , Egypt and others to punish Qatar. They accuse Doha of destabilizi...

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Supreme Court sets higher bar for stripping citizenship

Supreme Court sets higher bar for stripping citizenship

However, the Supreme Court judges voted unanimously that citizenship can not be revoked if a lie or omission on immigration forms was irrelevant to the government's decision to grant entry to the Uni...

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Who Wins, Who Loses With Senate Health Care Bill — CHART

ALISON KODJAK, BYLINE: The Senate proposal is broadly similar to the bill passed by House Republicans last month. Like the House bill , the Senate plan would repeal or delay many of those tax b...

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Trump's Washington hotel saw nearly $20 million in revenue

Trump's Washington hotel saw nearly $20 million in revenue

But the new report shows that his holdings generated almost $600 million in gross revenue between January 2016 and mid-April of this year, with substantial sums coming from properties outside the ...

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Russian Federation wants U.S. explanation for downing jet

Five Islamic State-linked attackers stormed Iran's parliament and a shrine to revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on June 7, killing at least 18 people and wounding more than 50. It's p...

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Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in 2020

Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in 2020

Ryan unsuccessfully challenged Pelosi for minority leader and now says that his party is in trouble in 2018 if Republicans were able to convince independents and Republicans that a vote for a ...

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Trump administration to keep DACA in place but rescind DAPA

A federal judge in Texas put a halt to the program in February 2015. The program applies to persons brought to the USA while under the age of 16 prior to 2012. President of the Federation for Americ...

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US officials underscore Russia threat to 2016 elections

US officials underscore Russia threat to 2016 elections

That is correct, the DHS acting deputy undersecretary responded. Officials in Arizona and IL previously had confirmed that hackers targeted their voter registration system, although news reports had...

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Remnants of tropical storm bring tornadoes, flooding to US Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall early Thursday morning in southwestern Louisiana, bringing heavy rain, wind, and even tornadoes to parts of the Gulf Coast. The storm has put millions of reside...

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Senate health care bill: How is it different from the House's legislation?

Like the House version , the Senate's bill would restructure the federal program so funding is capped. In reviewing the bill, Sullivan, a Republican , said he will look at whether Alaska-specifi...

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Tropical storm Cindy heads inland in Louisiana; one dead in Alabama

Tropical storm Cindy heads inland in Louisiana; one dead in Alabama

Weather forecasters are expecting a third day of rough weather for Gulf Coast states as Tropical Storm Cindy approaches. Cindy is said to be the second tropical storm that has formed in the Atl...

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Governors wary of Medicaid cost shift in Senate health bill

Should this bill pass and become the law of the land, Obama said that billionaires and corporations would be the biggest winners. That means honoring the deals cut by the House leadership. "And ...

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How Trump's Executive Order Would Undermine Quality Apprenticeship

Flynn. The initiative Trump focused on Thursday would double the funds for the Apprenticeship USA program, bringing the total spending to $200 million a year. Trump was to tour Waukesha County Tec...

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