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Is GOP health care bill on life support?

But several moderate Republicans were either undecided or opposed the bill for fear that it would not protect those with pre-existing conditions and cause millions to lose health insurance. "We're get...

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Kansas Officer jumps into pond to save autistic boy from drowning

Kansas Officer jumps into pond to save autistic boy from drowning

Bulmer quickly jumps into the water and saves the boy. Minutes later he noticed the boy disappear from sight. Bulmer immediately jumped into the pond and his body camera video showed him grabbing ...

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Ohio quadruplets decide to go to Yale together

Ohio quadruplets decide to go to Yale together

That's right, all four brothers were accepted to these major schools, and they chose to stick together-they're all going to Yale. Nigel , Zachary , Aaron , and Nick Wade-quadruplet seniors at ...

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Trump says Oval Office itself is empowering

Trump says Oval Office itself is empowering

The White House has yet to make a comment on the incident. When Dickerson pressed him for more, Trump told him, "I have my opinions, you can have your own opinions", and quickly shut down the interv...

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THAAD in South Korea

Security Council session he chaired. "Failing to act now on the most pressing security issue in the world may bring catastrophic consequences", Tillerson said during an unusual high-level session of...

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Kentucky changing stadium to Kroger Field in naming deal

Kentucky changing stadium to Kroger Field in naming deal

The University of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium is getting a new name: Kroger Field. In the announcement, Capilouto praised the university's corporate partnerships for helping athletics and acad...

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Trump says he "never spoke" to Treasury secretary about releasing tax returns

CRFB estimates the overall cost could go as high as $7 trillion if limits on tax breaks that the plan suggests apply only to high earners. "Under the Trump plan, we will have a massive tax cut f...

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'Armed person' on campus was student using glue gun

'Armed person' on campus was student using glue gun

The liberal arts school 35 miles southeast of Syracuse issued the lockdown, warning students to 'find a safe space and remain indoors'. The university remained on lockdown while police investigate...

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Flooding in Missouri blamed for two more deaths

Flooding in Missouri blamed for two more deaths

A new round of rain will pound Missouri on Wednesday, paralyzing a region already suffering from bulging rivers and deluged streets following deadly flooding last week. Louis. The nation's biggest r...

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Obamacare vote on a knife-edge

Obamacare vote on a knife-edge

What Trump and his administration seem to be saying is that by resurrecting high-risk pools they can ensure people with pre-existing conditions be covered. "We've learned that the House Republican Par...

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Milwaukee jury suggests charges in inmate death

Milwaukee jury suggests charges in inmate death

The jail is headed by Sheriff David Clarke, an outspoken conservative who declared " Blue lives matter " in a speech endorsing President Donald Trump during the Republican National Convention a year a...

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Korea shows off military might on key anniversary

Asked if he had a message for North Korea on Tuesday, Gen. Vincent Brooks, the commander of USA forces in South Korea, said his troops stand ready to fight. In an unusual move, the entire US Senate ha...

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USA defence secretary warns Assad on chemical weapons during visit to Israel

A senior Israeli military officer told Israeli reporters that "a few tonnes of chemical weapons" remained in the hands of Assad's forces, a military official told Reuters . Ahead of that disarmament,...

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EPA head visits community famous for lead contamination

One week ago, the local chapter of the NAACP said it invited Pruitt to a roundtable discussion on environmental justice, which happened Wednesday morning . The statement issued by the EPA on Apri...

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Fired officer to plead guilty in killing of black motorist

Outside court Tuesday, Chris Stewart, an attorney who won $6.5 million for the Scott family in a settlement with the city of North Charleston, said: "We know what justice truly looks like". Former Nor...

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Chicago Police say 2 officers shot and wounded

Chicago Police say 2 officers shot and wounded

One officer was shot in the arm and the other was shot in the back. The officers were struck but managed to return fire, Chicago Police Supt. Police recovered multiple weapons from the scene of th...

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Pentagon Investigates Trump's Ex-Advisor Flynn Over Foreign Payments

Pentagon Investigates Trump's Ex-Advisor Flynn Over Foreign Payments

Fine to Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R. -Utah), the committee chairman. Flynn received over $33,000 for a speech he gave for RT in 2015. (No elected official has made a charge that Flynn actually broke t...

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Influential Republican opposes party's new health care bill

Vice President Mike Pence, who has been working with congressional leaders from the start on the health care effort, is heading up to Capitol Hill Monday afternoon as well. "This amendment torpedoes...

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Congress averts shutdown hours before deadline, vote for weeklong extension

Congress averts shutdown hours before deadline, vote for weeklong extension

House Democrats on Thursday threatened to oppose the CR if House Republicans made a decision to hold a floor vote on their revised health care bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, but GOP leaders dec...

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Congress Budget Deal Cuts Border Wall Plan Short

He also promoted a "massive and badly needed" increase in military funding as well as additional money for border security. "He beat them on that at the very highest level", Mr. But most major legis...

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