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A chilly, rainy Mother's Day is in store for New Englanders

The heaviest rain will arrive overnight Friday into Saturday morning and exit by Saturday night in Richmond, Virginia; Washington, D.C.; Baltimore; and Philadelphia. Friday will be a fairly quiet weather day with more clouds than sun and a light northeasterly breeze. SUNDAY: Sunny skies and warm temperatures continue for Mothers' Day Sunday, with a high temperature of 78 degrees. Read More »

Liberals win tight poll in Canada's British Columbia, lose majority


Elections BC says the Liberal candidate in the Courtenay-Comox riding on Vancouver Island has requested a recount after losing to the NDP candidate by nine votes in Tuesday's provincial election. The first, in 1952, led to a minority government and was abolished the following year. With razor-thin margins in some districts , a tally of absentee votes and ballot recounts starting May 22 could still determine the final victor. Read More »

Led by Healey, 20 Attorney Generals Call for Independent Probe Into Russia


The White House cast Rosenstein as a key figure in President Trump's decision to fire Comey earlier this week. They are pressing the view that President Trump's action is a desperate bid to delay the revelation of some "smoking gun", which they claim will be exposed by further investigation into the Trump team's possible collusion with Russian interests. Read More »

Texas House OKs giving adoption agencies 'religious refusal'


Last week, Alabama passed a similar law, but it only allows for private faith based adoption agencies to ban potential parents on their own accord. Giving agencies the right to refuse to work with parents based on religious objections, he argued, is harmful to a much wider range of people. The bill, which was passed Wednesday by the Republican-controlled Texas House, says the ability to discriminate on religious grounds is the "protection of rights of conscience for child welfare service ... Read More »

Trump asserts Comey told him he's not under investigation

Mark Warner and Tim Kaine all raised questions about the timing of the firing. Shepard Smith asked Van Hollen whether he knows of any evidence of collusion between the Trump team and Russian Federation. But on Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer did not conduct the White House press briefing. John Gallo , also a former Assistant U.S. Read More »

Ex-'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller gets 1 year in prison

Before the reported May 9 ruling, the court held a lengthy meeting [May 8] where Miller's defense distributed its side of the case. Prosecutors want the 51-year-old Miller to spend 2 1/2 years in prison. Although she's been off of the small screen due to her legal proceedings, Miller has been out and about. Meanwhile, Miller is due to be sentenced for her bankruptcy fraud case on May 8. Read More »

Ryan says House health bill coverage sufficient

Rob Portman, R-Ohio. He cited its Medicaid cuts, including for treating people with drug problems, and said he'd make sure that "those who are impacted by this epidemic can continue to receive treatment". The Michigan lawmaker was the type of influential Republican that the party's leadership needed behind the bill. Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska - will be crucial GOP swing votes as they seek to get a bill through the chamber. Read More »

Foreign buyers hit with increased taxes and charges

Wage expectations are even more optimistic: after rising 3 per cent in fiscal 2019, the government sees them rising a further half point in 2020 and then to 3.75 per cent in 2021. Mr Morrison has gleaned that people are furious with banks . In reality, this was more about steering to centre ground rather than swerving to the left. Read More »

FBI's Comey Had Asked for More Resources for Russia Investigation

According to CBS News , Sen. "I think also having a letter like the one he received and having that conversation that outlined the basic, just, atrocities in circumventing the chain of command in the Department of Justice". It did not mention the ongoing probe of Russia's meddling in the USA election. "He also tweeted, "(former Director of National Intelligence James) Clapper reiterated what everybody, including the fake media already knows- there is "no evidence" of collusion w/ ... Read More »

Conte praises fans after Chelsea victory


Conte, who afterwards admitted "now I'm a bit relaxed" after repeatedly focusing only on the next game, said: "Our worst moment was after the United defeat, because Tottenham won the game and to see your opponent only four points (behind) was very bad". Read More »

Manchin: 'That's a fact' Comey sought more resources on Russian Federation probe

While not a flawless example of this ideal scenario, we can look at episodes of NBC's The Apprentice for how Comey could have been let go in a better way. The White House said the search for a new permanent director would begin immediately. That Donald Trump fired Comey is hardly shocking, even if it does go against most assertions from the left six months ago that he and Trump were bosom buddies because, in their mind, Comey had helped Trump get elected. Read More »

Always Dreaming wins the 143rd Kentucky Derby race


On Saturday afternoon, before over 130,000 spectators gathered at Churchill Downs and millions more watching on television, Caribbean-born jockey, John Velazquez, won the 2017 Kentucky Derby on the horse Always Dreaming, the 9-2 co-favorite. Read More »

Minnesota measles outbreak follows anti-vaccination campaign

More than 40 cases of the measles have been reported in the state, home to the largest Somali population in the USA, in the past month. This time, officials identified 44 people who were diagnosed with the disease, and discovered that only two of them had received a vaccine. Read More »

Canadian residents evacuated after floods

Quebec provincial police say a family was trying to drive across a non-passable stretch of road when their vehicle was pushed into the river and sank. Goodale says the situation in Ontario is "generally stabilizing", but there are still many unstable local circumstances. "Some people elsewhere in Quebec thought we were too fast because they didn't see what was happening here", he said. Read More »

Matt Harvey: Collins confirms Matt Harvey starting Friday

Harvey (left), a 28-year-old right-hander, had been scheduled to start Sunday afternoon's home game against the Miami Marlins. Plawecki told reporters Saturday that he had nothing to do with the incident. "There are some good pranksters on this team", he said . During the 2015 World Series, Harvey skipped a team workout. After showing up at the ballpark that day, Harvey apologized for his late arrival. Read More »

Dove's Viral New Campaign Features Body Washes Shaped Like Curvy Women


Dove says the bottles are created to "celebrate the many shapes and sizes of beauty". "The intent of the limited-edition bottles was to symbolically represent the fact that beauty comes in many shapes and sizes". Contemplate the heck out of it - but not because you see it reflected in your bottle of soap. "Gee, this will really be a "feel good" purchase". I can absolutely appreciate the idea that Dove is trying to promote: we're all different, we have different bodies and skin and ... Read More »

Ryan predicts Senate will pass ObamaCare repeal by fall

The only better alternative to the Affordable Care Act is a single-payer system, such as Medicare for all, which would put all Americans into the same giant insurance pool. MCEVERS: So what about quality? Incentives aren't enough: more than 25 million people still lack health insurance. Thousands took to social media about the issue, many women using the hashtag #IAmAPreexistingCondition to express their anger. Read More »

House passes $1.1T spending deal to fund government


For starters, Trump and Mulvaney are insisting Congress actually pass an annual budget - something it has consistently failed to do in recent years. Trump tweeted on Tuesday that maybe a government shutdown would not be so bad and that Republicans should consider changing Senate rules to make it easier to pass spending and other bills without any Democratic support. Read More »

Afghan, Pakistani officials agree to defuse tension


It was closed after the incident, Pakistani military spokesman Asif Ghafoor said in a statement . Pakistani and Afghan troops exchanged fire for several hours along their disputed border and there were unconfirmed reported of almost 80 soldiers and others killed. Read More »

Australia plans major spending plus surplus in 3 years

There will be a significant infrastructure spend, with much of it centred on a second Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek, a $2.3 billion road and rail package for WA, and funding for a Brisbane-to-Melbourne inland freight route. Universities will get 2.5 percent less government funding over the next two years and students will have to pay more for their degrees. Australia will delay tapping its $130 billion Future Fund, the world´s seventh-largest sovereign fund, for at least six years to ... Read More »

Trump calls Macron to congratulate him on election win


That will carry formidable weight in future, the kind that may not translate into elected office but can nevertheless no longer be brushed aside as France's forgettable fringe. "The result of (the French) election was pretty well forecast". Meanwhile, a number of global leaders congratulated Macron for winning the French presidency on Sunday. Read More »

Obama warned Trump about hiring Flynn

Trump ignored the warning. They have also pointed the finger at Susan Rice, who was Obama's national security adviser. Yates explained that any official publicly repeating the lie that Flynn had not discussed sanctions with Russian ambassador to the US, Sergey Kislyak , was increasing the chance Flynn would be blackmailed. Read More »

With Macron win confirmed, European market rally hits pause


A large archive of emails purportedly from Macron's campaign leaked online Friday, two days before the election . The monetary union's long-term survival depends on it. Merkel congratulated French President-elect Emmanuel Macron on his "spectacular" election success, pledging to help France tackle unemployment and to work together with him to promote European stability. Read More »

Florida Legislature agrees to pay private schools more


On Friday, he tried to shift the blame for the Legislature's failure to pass a bill squarely on the Senate. Implementation of the voter-approved amendment now rests in the hands of state health officials, who have been harshly criticized by legislators, patients, vendors -- and judges -- for their handling of the state's current medical marijuana regulations. Read More »

Ex-acting attorney general 'concerned Flynn could be blackmailed by Russians'

He did confirm that foreign intelligence allies had shared concerns with the US about unspecified members of the Trump team: "Yes it is (accurate), and it's also quite sensitive". - Did criminal statutes apply to Flynn's actions? Hours before Monday's Senate hearing, Trump insinuated that Yates, an Obama administration appointment, had leaked information on Flynn to the media. Read More »

House's health care bill meets GOP skeptics in Senate

They complain that it cuts taxes for the wealthy while allowing insurers to increase rates significantly for those with pre-existing conditions and the elderly. As Sally Kohn of CNN pointed out: "It's amusing to imagine a bunch of dogs in a meeting voting on feline health care". The House bill halts the expansion, in addition to cutting federal spending on the program, which Trump's health chief argued is flawed and dictates too much from Washington . Read More »

Liverpool Miss Penalty in Scoreless Draw with Southampton


We gave all the water we had and after 15 minutes it was really dry. However, they fell to a 2-0 defeat against Arsenal to remain four points from the Champions League spots with three games to play and also brought an end to their 25-game unbeaten run in the top flight. Read More »

Republican Senators: "Zero Chance" New Health Care Bill Is Passed

Under the 2010 Affordable Care Act, individual health coverage must be offered to people with pre-existing conditions, which can be anything from asthma, acne and obesity to cancer, heart disease and AIDS. "This is going to come back to bite them". As it stands now, veterans who are currently enrolled in VA health care are deemed to meet minimum coverage requirements under Obamacare, meaning they are not eligible for tax credits. Read More »

Democrats see opposition to GOP health bill as winning issue

Altogether, those measures cover more people than the number who claimed exemptions from the mandate to obtain health insurance or who paid a penalty for lacking insurance. The same report found that federal Medicaid subsidies to states, which run the programs, would be $880 billion less over 10 years because of the end of the expansion and other changes that would affect allocations even to states that chose not to expand. Read More »

WH: Senate Will Keep 'Principles and Main Pillars' of AHCA

Will that process deliver a new law? Every discussion about what's happening in Washington should start with that admonition. There was one interesting subtle political development: This bill only passed because Congressman Fred Upton of Kalamazoo insisted on adding a cosmetic few billion to assist those with pre-existing conditions . Read More »

34000 students of Odisha appeared NEET


CBSE Conducts NEET Exam Today i.e on May 7th. The government of India made it mandatory this year and ordered every state government to conduct the NEET 2017 this year. Many pointed out that while there was some confusion during the first edition of NEET, this time around, the rules were clarified well in advance and students were prepared for them. Read More »