• Protesters Arrested During Health Care Bill 'Die
Protesters Arrested During Health Care Bill 'Die

Video and photos of the arrests quickly made the rounds on social media, including one striking image of a protestor in a wheelchair and breathing mask being escorted out by an officer. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said in a statement: "We can't believe this needs to be said, but it's not okay to drag people out of wheelchairs whe...

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  • Key Republican Collins has 'serious concerns' on healthcare bill
Key Republican Collins has 'serious concerns' on healthcare bill

As of Sunday, Johnson is joined by fellow Republican Senators Ted Cruz , Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Dean Heller in standing against the Senate health care plan as it now exists. Five GOP senators now do not support the measure. "We could well be in all night a couple of nights working through what will be an open amendment process, and I think that...

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  • Corbyn Headlines the Main Stage at Glastonbury
Corbyn Headlines the Main Stage at Glastonbury

Performers at this year's Glastonbury included Katy Perry, Foo Fighters, Radiohead and Ed Sheeran. To cheers of "oh, Jeremy Corbyn ", the Labour leader said: "I say to the Prime Minister if she has time to watch Glastonbury this afternoon, we're ready for a General Election when you are".

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  • What If Donald Trump Doesn't Sink the Republican Party?
What If Donald Trump Doesn't Sink the Republican Party?

Democrat Jon Ossoff lost to Republican Karen Handel in a race many Democrats viewed as an opportunity to flip a long-held Republican congressional seat. Pelosi then offered up a few new soundbites for the next batch of negative GOP ads. "I stand before you, extraordinarily humbled and honoured at the tremendous privilege and responsibi...

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  • Tensions rise after Syrian jet downed, missile attack
Tensions rise after Syrian jet downed, missile attack

Australia on Tuesday suspended its airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria as a precaution, after Russian Federation announced that it was suspending the hotline and warned the USA -led coalition not to fly over Syrian army positions west of the Euphrates River .

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  • Senate's version of health care plan is terrible
Senate's version of health care plan is terrible

Sen. The proposal released Thursday calls for a slower phase-out of the Medicaid expansion than a bill adopted earlier by the House. They want to get some points. Mr Obama wrote that " health care or any other issue, must be something more than simply undoing something that Democrats did". After hospital, doctors and advocacy groups l...

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  • Teacher fired from religious preschool for refusing to quit adult films
Teacher fired from religious preschool for refusing to quit adult films

The other teachers and administrators at the unidentified Christian pre-school where Skye was employed said that her job as an adult actress clashed with the religious values the institution held. "So they said they had to terminate me, cause it went against what I signed on the papers that said I wouldn't do that". I love sex. If I can get away ...

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  • Toomey's Office To Protest Health Care Bill
Toomey's Office To Protest Health Care Bill

But the protest soon turned into chaos as footage shows police dragging protesters from the floor outside McConnell's office. "Disabled people have the same right under the Constitution to liberty as every other American", disability advocate Tari Hartman Squire wrote in a Facebook post .

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  • Not 'that far off' from passing health overhaul
Not 'that far off' from passing health overhaul

Lefties need to generate some new opposition to the bill that wavering senators are actually afraid of. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), speaking on ABC's "This Week", said he believed the bill has a "50-50" chance of passing.

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  • Trump wishes Muslims 'warm greetings' for Eid
Trump wishes Muslims 'warm greetings' for Eid

Residents in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority country, said they hoped the spirit of Eid would overcome fears about rising violence. She prayed to Almighty Allah for continued peace, progress and welfare of the people of the country and of Muslim Ummah . For some, Eid was a brief respite from the horrific realities which th...

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  • Brendan Dassey of Netflix's Making a Murderer wins court decision
Brendan Dassey of Netflix's Making a Murderer wins court decision

The 25-year-old woman's incinerated remains were found at the Avery family's scrapyard in Manitowac County, Wisconsin, in 2005. Avery was also sentenced to life after being convicted of first-degree intentional homicide in a separate trial.

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  • Girl killed, father hurt when struck by boat at Temple Lake Park
Girl killed, father hurt when struck by boat at Temple Lake Park

A four-year-old girl is dead after a freak boating accident Friday night. An autopsy has been ordered. A young girl has died and her father had his legs amputated after they were struck by a boat on a Central Texas lake. The girl sustained multiple lacerations all over her body. Scott & White paramedics took them both to the hospital. Membe...

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  • Supremes to look at how districts are drawn
Supremes to look at how districts are drawn

In 2012, Republicans won 48.6 percent of the two-party vote for Legislature, but still won 60 of the 99 seats in the Assembly. The "wasted votes" is regarding the simple majority of 50.1 percent required to win a race. The case before the court is Gill v. Whitford , which grew out of election results in 2010 that gave Republicans control of W...

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  • Two Bootle high-rise flats fail cladding fire tests
Two Bootle high-rise flats fail cladding fire tests

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said that "the decision by Camden Council was because the failed testing of the external cladding was compounded by multiple other fire safety failures". The inferno killed 79 people and cast a spotlight on conditions faced by some Londoners in apartment tower blocks. McCormack said all "complete bodies" had been...

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  • ME senator sees passing health care hard
ME senator sees passing health care hard

Referring to Republican senators opposed to the bill, he added: "They want to get some points, I think they'll get some points". "The working poor, disabled and elderly appear to shoulder the burden in this latest version of Congress' health care rewrite", Edwards said.

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  • Mueller meets with House leaders amid Trump-Russia probe
Mueller meets with House leaders amid Trump-Russia probe

Rosenstein is overseeing Mueller's work since Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the investigation because of his ties and participation with the 2016 Trump campaign. Sekulow also once said legalizing homosexuality in the USA would have awful consequences. "This is not some complicated case", he insisted. On CNN's "New...

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  • Modi given warm welcome by Indians in US
Modi given warm welcome by Indians in US

The drone deal would still require approval by Congress . On Monday afternoon, President Trump is scheduled to host PM Modi at the White House where the two leaders will beginning the bilateral discussion. China is the main rival for the U.S. as it aspires to be the top of the hierarchy. Consumers, businesses, and workers in both the USA and...

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  • Dennis Rodman Defends North Korea, Takes Credit for Otto Warmbier's Release
Dennis Rodman Defends North Korea, Takes Credit for Otto Warmbier's Release

Warmbier's death fanned a conflict between the North and the United States that was already aggravated by North Korea's defiant missile launches and two nuclear tests since early past year as part of its effort to build a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of hitting the USA mainland.

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  • The great Muslim civil war - and us
The great Muslim civil war - and us

According to CNN , a statement from Russia's Defense Ministry that was posted to RIA said that the missiles were fired from the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea. For this reason, the prevention of the emergence of this direct land route through eastern Syria is a direct Israeli national interest. Iranian leadership was testing a the...

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  • Muslims in Asia pray for peace as Ramadan holy month ends
Muslims in Asia pray for peace as Ramadan holy month ends

Residents in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority country, said they hoped the spirit of Eid would overcome fears about rising violence. In photo: Muslims offer prayers near a mosque outside a railway station in Mumbai. Eid al-Adha is expected to take place on September 1 this year which falls in the middle of the 12th and final...

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