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Israel starts work on first new West Bank settlement in 20 years

Israel starts work on first new West Bank settlement in 20 years

Despite global opposition to Israeli settlement construction, which is illegal under worldwide law, ground was broken at the site of the proposed Amichai settlement, which is meant to accommodate sett...

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Wounded Congressman upgraded to fair condition

Wounded Congressman upgraded to fair condition

Ron DeSantis , a Republican who said that as he was leaving the practice, just minutes before the shooting, Hodgkinson had approached him and asked whether the baseball players on the field were Rep...

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Cincinnati Children's Hospital ranks third in nation

Cincinnati Children's Hospital ranks third in nation

Texas Children's Hospital has been named at the best hospital for pediatric cardiology and heart surgery by U.S. News & World Report. Mirroring last year's list , the top three performers are Bos...

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Justices rule for Missouri church in playground case

Justices rule for Missouri church in playground case

The Education Department budget proposal includes more than $1 billion to expand school choice, including $250 million for a nationwide voucher program. This case reaffirms that proposition that the S...

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US Senate Obamacare repeal on brink of defeat

He added, "When senators tell me they want to get to yes, that means that we have a very good chance to get to yes", the Associated Press reported . Rand Paul (Ky.), Mike Lee (Utah), Ted Cr...

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An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years

An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years

Sullivan of Springdale . Dishman escaped custody in May 1985 from the Benton Unit. She added that he has not been in trouble since he got out, and that "he's a good person". Dishman will serve ...

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Supreme Court playground ruling feeds school voucher debate

The program's administrators denied the application citing the state's constitution which prohibits aid from going either directly or indirectly to religious programs. In a freaky footnote that like...

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Pelosi Bares The Brunt Of Dems' Georgia Loss

Pelosi Bares The Brunt Of Dems' Georgia Loss

On Thursday afternoon Rice hosted a meeting to discuss the possibility of ousting Pelosi with about a dozen like-minded Democrats , including Representatives Filemon Vela, Seth Moulton , Tim Ryan ,...

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Takata files for bankruptcy protection, announces $1.6bn acquisition

Takata files for bankruptcy protection, announces $1.6bn acquisition

At least $1 billion from the sale will be used to satisfy Takata's settlement of criminal charges in the USA for concealing problems with the inflators. Takata said it was facing $10bn-$50bn (£8bn-...

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Travel ban 3.0: What does Trump's latest ban mean for travellers?

A final Supreme Court ruling won't come until this fall at the earliest. In a statement, Trump called the high court's action "a clear victory for our national security", saying the justices all...

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Israel begins work on first new settlement in 25 years

Israel begins work on first new settlement in 25 years

Trump's senior aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner and envoy Jason Greenblatt are in Israel this week. Israel decided in March to build Amichai, which means "My People Live", and in recent weeks i...

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Budget office: Senate health bill adds 22 million uninsured

Budget office: Senate health bill adds 22 million uninsured

The change is aimed at helping insurance companies and the insurance market by discouraging healthy people from waiting to buy a policy until they get sick. In the House Republican bill, people that d...

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President Trump submits travel ban petition to SCOTUS

The Supreme Court agreed to decide the legality of Trump order in its next term, which begins in October. The original measure, issued by executive order in January and nearly immediately bl...

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Supreme Court Has a Chance to Limit Partisan Gerrymandering

Election results since then have shown the redistricting had its intended effect, with the GOP winning a larger majority in the state assembly, even as the statewide tally of votes was almost even bet...

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Trump says poor people shouldn't be involved in economic policy

Trump says poor people shouldn't be involved in economic policy

The US president told a crowd: "Somebody said why did you appoint a rich person to be in charge of the economy?" Most popular: Who Is Spying on the U.S.? Trump defended his pick of economic advi...

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Trump, Melania receive PM Modi at White House

The two leaders are addressing a small audience at the White House following a bilateral meeting with senior members of their administrations. The two men rose to office by appealing to majorities w...

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Abbe Lowell joins Jared Kushner's legal team

Abbe Lowell joins Jared Kushner's legal team

Of Kushner's involvement with the bank , the White House told the Post he will "recuse from any particular matter involving specific parties in which Deutsche Bank is a party". The bank, however, h...

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Case of gay couple's wedding cake heads to Supreme Court

Two years earlier, Craig and Mullins were planning to fly to MA, where same-sex marriage was legal, and host a reception in Denver upon their return to Colorado . California passed a law effectively ...

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Supreme Court Reinstates Trump Travel Ban

In the ruling , the court said persons from six majorly Muslim countries ( Iran , Syria , Libya , Somalia, Sudan and Yemen ) who lack a " bona fide relationship" with someone in the U.S. The ...

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Supreme Court sides with same-sex couples in Arkansas suit

Supreme Court sides with same-sex couples in Arkansas suit

SCOTUS cited the Obergefell ruling in it s decision . The state of Arkansas refused to issue accurate birth certificates for their children, listing both spouses as parents, even though the sta...

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