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Pre-existing conditions could split Senate GOP

She went on, "We're not even going to have a hearing on a bill that impacts one-sixth of our economy". House GOP leaders say the Senate version of the budget depends on unreliable financing and would lead to midyear cuts. Dollars proposed by the Senate would be lessened in other agencies as well. But as Democrats and Republicans retreat further into their respective corners, the serious issues with the individual markets are met with continued partisan blame. Read More »

Officials say Trump may not try to block Comey's testimony


Protesters assembled in Washington and other US cities on Saturday in a "March for Truth" to demand an independent investigation into alleged connections between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. Trump's public comments about Comey - including a series of critical tweets - would also hurt the case against executive privilege. "There's a history of Congressional investigations messing up criminal prosecutions", Butler said. Read More »

United Kingdom gov't agrees outline deal with DUP for support - PA

The Conservatives and the DUP won't form a formal coalition government but the latter will support the government regardless. The Tories had 331 MPs before the 2017 General Election was called. Northern Ireland's largest party, which returned 10 MPs to Westminster, has said any deal to support Theresa May would be unlikely to extend beyond a confidence and supply arrangement. Read More »

Donald Trump, Rex Tillerson strike very different tones on Qatar

Tillerson on Friday urged Qatar to be "responsive" to the concerns of its neighbours as he called on Doha to halt financial and other support for terrorists. cooperation with Qatar, which hosts some 10,000 United States troops and a major USA air base that serves as a staging ground for operations in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Read More »

British PM May reaches deal with Northern Ireland party

Data from Google showed searches spiked significantly in the hours after the election results emerged. Members of May's own party were also scathing. Since then, the party has moved much closer to the Tories and, due to both ideological differences with Jeremy Corbyn and distrust of his links to Irish republicanism, the DUP has made clear that it will never put him into Downing Street. Read More »

Apple upgrades thin and light MacBook


Previously, the 5K 27-inch iMac sat on top of Apple's range and while the rest of the iMac line-up have received some upgrades , the iMac Pro is now the pinnacle. It offers far more power than most PC laptops, yet is delightfully simple to use. The 13-inch MacBook Pro TouchBar models are cheaper by Rs. 1,000 each at Rs. Read More »

UK PM Theresa May regroups after election setback


The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. On the other hand, the vote's outcome may in fact suggest a " hard Brexit " is less likely, which could push the pound back up in the longer term. With all but one seat declared, the Conservatives have fallen short of a majority in the Commons, and will need the DUP's support. "I would have thought that's enough". Read More »

The iPad is about to become a multitasking powerhouse

It's meant to be used as a touch device. Apple has acknowledged that it needs to do better and on Monday it addressed some of these concerns by unveiling a new iMac Pro with super-fast Intel Xeon chips, Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s Radeon Vega graphics processor, and up to 128 GB of pre-installed RAM. Read More »

Apple's New iPad Pro Appears In Promo Video


Perhaps the most eagerly anticipated product unveiled by Apple at this year's WWDC were the brand new iMacs . Here's a quick look. WWDC 2017: Featuring next-generation Intel Xeon processors up to 18 cores, iMac Pro is created to handle demanding pro workflows. Read More »

New Apple iOS 11 will end support for iPhone 5 and 5c


Do you own an iPhone 5 or 5c? Apple are expected to release their iOS 11 OS some time in September along with their new iPhone 8 handsets, this has not been confirmed by Apple , all they have said is that the update will land this fall. Read More »

Int'l mediation underway as Mideast diplomatic rift widens

Federal Bureau of Investigation experts visited Qatar in late May to analyse an alleged cyber breach that saw the hackers place the fake story with Qatar's state news agency, the USA broadcaster said. Turkey would continue its efforts to resolve the dispute, Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said alongside Sheikh Khaled. Qatar's government said the May 23 news report attributed false remarks to the emirate's ruler that appeared friendly to Iran and Israel, and questioned whether ... Read More »

Clinging to her job, Britain's May appoints new ministers


Daily Mirror accused May of forming a "Coalition of crackpots", and pointed out that Northern Ireland-based Democratic Unionist Party - with whom May has formed the government - opposes gay marriage and abortion. Moreover, during the election campaign , Britain was hit by two terrorist attacks, which claimed the lives of more than 30 people. The election ended in a hung parliament with the Labour Party making huge gains. Read More »

Speed up Brexit talks to avoid 'no deal', European Union tells UK


One mess risks following another. He tweeted minutes after the vote was accurately predicted by the BBC/Sky/ITV exit poll on Thursday, that the Conservatives had suffered the "price to be paid for the lack of true leadership". "It's also vital that any Brexit negotiations ensure we maintain access to skilled labour , sustain United Kingdom involvement with pan-national scientific and technical research, and retain and develop a leading role in global technical standards". Read More »

Watch Police Shoot And Kill London Bridge Terrorists


After his arrest in March 2016, when he was trying to leave for Turkey, Zaghba came back to Bologna twice, for two or three days at a time, to visit his mother, police said . British police have raided a property in east London and arrested another suspect following the assaults in the center of the capital last week. At one point in the documentary, Butt can be seen unfurling a black banner in Regent's Park. Read More »

Are You Happy With The Outcome Of The UK Election

However, May's weak position has left her unable to make major changes, while Conservative MP Anna Soubry said yesterday May should "consider her position". But Mrs May has some time to adjust her vision and her stance, Dr Oliver said. In Brussels, home of the European Union , there was a mix of puzzlement, confusion and frustration over the chaos of British politics. Read More »

Iran arrests 7 suspects for supporting Tehran attacks


On Friday, Iranians participated in the mourning ceremony of the 17 people who were killed in the twin attacks against Iran's Majlis (parliament) and the mausoleum of the founder of the Islamic republic, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, in Tehran . Read More »

UAE urges Qatar to change policy after terror list issued

But Tillerson also noted that other countries must do more - and he urged Riyadh and its allies to soften their embargo. Erdogan said Saudi Arabia , as the dominant Arab state in the Gulf region, should be leading efforts to unite the Arab "fraternity" there rather than dividing it. Read More »

What the UK election earthquake means for the world

Labour's top team had prepped for several different scenarios, with the possibility of forming a Labour government deemed unlikely. Chancellor Philip Hammond , Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson , Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Brexit Secretary David Davis have all been kept on in their roles. Read More »

Labour loss still a triumph for Corbyn

May wants to remain in office for the next five years, but most analysts agree that the Conservative establishment will terminate her premiership when the time is right and they will select another candidate to lead them into the next general election - Judy. Read More »

Theresa May's top two aides quit after election criticism

Timothy said the result of the parliamentary elections held on June 8 was " a huge disappointment " and noted that in the near future the party would analyze the course of its campaign in details to find out the reasons for the failure. Mrs May has said she intends to stay as prime minister and is seeking support for the Democratic Unionists to form a government. "I told her that there were a number of things that count to me more than the party". Read More »

'I'm going to be a terrorist,' 3rd London Bridge attacker told authorities


Spain's foreign minister, Alfonso Dastis, says his British counterpart, Boris Johnson , has promised to accelerate efforts to identify victims in Saturday's attack that killed seven people and injured dozens more. He had also been repeatedly reported to police for violent behavior and trying to recruit young children to the Islamic State group as well as featuring in the documentary, " The Jihadis Next Door ", where he was seen next to a group of men unfurling a black-and-white flag ... Read More »

May to form 'government of certainty' with DUP backing


It now holds 318 seats. "Our two parties have enjoyed a strong relationship over many years", she said. None of the parties has answered the question because they just do not have an answer. Peter Robinson himself came in for severe criticism for saying he "wouldn't trust Muslims devoted to Sharia Law, but I would trust them to go to the shops for me", and for backing a pastor who labelled Islam " satanic ". Read More »

May pledges to push ahead on Brexit with DUP support

May added the Party will work with the support of "our friends and allies at the DUP". "We will fulfil the promise of Brexit together and over the next five years build a country in which nobody is left behind". "But I would like to make clear that the freaky media reports about my own role in the policy's inclusion are wrong: it had been the subject of many months of work within Whitehall, and it was not my personal pet project". Read More »

Pressure mounts on May to resign after election stumble

With virtually all the votes counted, the Conservatives won 319 seats, seven short of a majority in the House of Commons and 12 fewer than they had going into the election. It is a less formal arrangement than the full, two-party coalition that the Conservatives under David Cameron forged with the Liberal Democrats in 2010, and the DUP suggested that the deal was not yet finalised. Read More »

Jon Ossoff Slams Opponent On Planned Parenthood Drama In Georgia Congress Debate

Tuesday's debate was a rare chance for voters to hear in-depth from the candidates on the major issues. The special election will happen two weeks from today. "We need to be finding common ground, finding areas to work together". The seat at stake was vacated by Rep. Tom Price (R) when he was appointed by President Donald Trump to be secretary of health and human services. Read More »

Top two aides to British PM May quits

Earlier, former minister Anna Soubry called on the Prime Minister to sack Ms Hill and Mr Timothy, after she complained about their central roles in the campaign. Announcing his resignation on the Conservative Home website, Mr Timothy apologised for his part in the Tories' defeat, which included drafting the unpopular manifesto. Read More »

DUP agrees 'confidence' deal with Conservatives in UK

British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to Northern Ireland for support in forming a new minority government now that her Conservative Party has lost its majority in Parliament. The Times of London said in an editorial that "the election appears to have been, among other things, a rejection of the vague but harshly worded prospectus for Brexit for which Mrs". Read More »

Saudi Arabia and allies hail Trump warning to Qatar

In addition to cutting ties with Qatar over its alleged support of terrorism , the four Arab nations designated dozens of people with alleged links to Qatar as terrorists, intensifying a row that threatens the region's stability. The ministry put out a statement on social media Wednesday saying those found guilty could face three to 15 years in prison and fines starting from 500,000 dirhams ($136,000). Read More »

Upcoming Graphics Card to Power Apple iMac Pro


The 2017 iPad Pro is coming this Fall in 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch variants. Let's take a detailed look at the India price of the new iPad Pro models , and the MacBook Air , MacBook , MacBook Pro , and iMac updates that were announced in San Jose. Read More »

Apple 10.5 Inch iPad Pro Finally Here, What's New


Size is the bigger differentiator. While I spent less time with both the 15-inch MacBook Pro and the 12-inch MacBook during my subsequent hands-on time with Apple's new devices, the company has improved both laptops (including the 13-inch Pro model that I didn't test out) in a number of ways when it comes to internal hardware. Read More »