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House Republicans shy of votes to pass healthcare reform: lawmaker

He added that we "either elect more Republican Senators in 2018 or change the rules now to 51 (percent)". Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that nearly no senators wou...

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Man Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Crash that Injured 6-Year-Old

Man Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Crash that Injured 6-Year-Old

Undocumented and deported 15 times in the past 15 years. Police said Banda left the scene, but was taken into custody a short time later by Border Patrol officers. Constantino Banda-Acosta, 38, and ...

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Wife of ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman dies in crash

Wife of ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman dies in crash

Kathy Berman was 67 years old. Police said that both vehicles were traveling in the same direction on a two-lane road, when 67-year-old Kathy's auto struck the rear of Bertulis' vehicle, reported A...

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Three Republicans Vote To Preserve Obama Emissions Rule

Three Republicans Vote To Preserve Obama Emissions Rule

Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., voted no on the motion to proceed in repealing the methane restriction rule, bringing the "nay" tally to 51 . The vot...

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Obama delivers remarks on climate change at Milan convention

Obama delivers remarks on climate change at Milan convention

Obama was speaking in Milan at a summit on food innovation. He said the United States was now experiencing "floods on sunny days", increased wildfires and, in Alaska, increased coastal erosion...

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Severe storms are likely Wednesday night in central Indiana

Severe storms are likely Wednesday night in central Indiana

The month of May is typically an active severe weather month, so this should not come as a surprise to anyone. Best chance for severe storms will happen prior to midnight. There were no reports of sig...

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Obamas Donate $2 Million to Chicago Summer Jobs

Obamas Donate $2 Million to Chicago Summer Jobs

Barack Obama spent his first few months of post-presidential life away from the public eye, but now it appears the vacation is over. But it will still show the people what they want to see - includi...

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Senate passes government funding bill, now heads to President Trump

The 309-118 vote sends the bill to the Senate in time for them to act to avert a government shutdown at midnight Friday. But Republican leaders and the president himself also praised the stop-gap ...

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Trump White House actions shake Republicans; chaos follows Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey's sacking

Trump White House actions shake Republicans; chaos follows Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey's sacking

It's time for an independent investigation into the Trump-Russia accusations that would either put them to rest or put them in history books for ill and all time. "Has the dismissal of Mr. Comey in an...

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Acting FBI Boss To Take Comey's Place At Senate Intel Hearing

Financial adviser John Carey said he thinks Comey should have resigned or been fired last July for overstepping his bounds in the investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's...

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Moustakas homers in 12th, Royals come back to beat Rays 7

Moustakas homers in 12th, Royals come back to beat Rays 7

The Rays , who have dropped four of five games against teams with the two worst records in the American League, the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City, will hand the ball Wednesday to right-hander Chr...

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Trump calls Macron to congratulate him on election win

Trump calls Macron to congratulate him on election win

This is perhaps the best solution for the financial market. But why was it impossible for Le Pen to win? Britain's future relationship with the European Union since last year's shock Brexit refere...

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White House furious over Russian state photos of Trump meeting

The incident is especially sensitive given that Lavrov has been described by United States intelligence as " Russia's top spy recruiter ". "Just as we do, the Americans need this meeting", Lavrov t...

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San Francisco protesters call for change after Comey firing

Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had wanted a heads-up from Comey about what he would say at a May 3 hearing about his handling of an investigation into...

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Acting FBI chief contradicts White House claim

He called it a "highly significant investigation". Both senators and the witnesses from the intelligence community largely tip-toed around the elephant in the room throughout the hearing: Director of ...

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Sean Spicer: Trump will not announce Paris climate decision until after G7

The European Union's top climate official also urged the Trump administration not to exit the agreement. Xi told Macron that both China and France should "protect the global governance achievements ...

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CNN's Cooper Rolls Eyes at Conway During Interview on Comey

CNN's Cooper Rolls Eyes at Conway During Interview on Comey

Sunny Hostin mirrored Haines' sentiment when she cited the three instances in the firing letter where Trump mentioned that Comey assured he was not under investigation. That's a fictional character we...

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Students boo DeVos as she delivers commencement speech at historically black college

Students boo DeVos as she delivers commencement speech at historically black college

At some points, it was almost impossible to hear the secretary over the shouting and some students chose to stand with their backs to DeVos for the entirety of her speech. College graduation is typi...

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Confederate Statue Comes Down New Orleans

Dozens of protesters both supporting the monuments and calling for their removal stayed up overnight to watch the proceedings which happened in early-morning darkness. "We should not be afraid to conf...

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Abbas meets with Putin, 'no solution without Russia'

Abbas meets with Putin, 'no solution without Russia'

He told her that the question was "funny" before answering, "We have nothing to do with it". "We have nothing to do with that", Putin said. "It will not affect [Russia-US bilateral relations] in a...

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