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Bernie Sanders' Wife Lawyers Up in Face of Fraud Investigation

Carol Moore, who served as the final president of the college from 2014 until its closure in May 2016 , places blame for the bankruptcy squarely on Jane Sanders . The school's yearly budget was only $4 million, but she reportedly signed statements saying that it had been promised $2.6 million in donations that it would receive over the next four years, with an addition $5 million in potential donations. Read More »

PM Nawaz felicitates Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman


The startling claim - which was not sourced, not even anonymously, came in an article in the semi-official Fars News Agency. With Saudi Arabia the world's biggest crude exporter, the younger Salman backed a policy that aimed to cripple USA shale drilling by driving down prices but created the current glut. Read More »

United Kingdom accepts EU's timetable for Brexit negotiations


The UK is expected to take a more minimalist approach. The UK Government said in a press release that Davis is "confident that he can get a positive outcome and secure a new deep and special partnership with the European Union ". UK Brexit Secretary David Davis said that the Brexit talks had gotten off to a "promising start" even though it has become obvious that Britain conceded to the EU's preferred order. Read More »

Philando Castile's family to Trump: "Make America Great Again" by getting justice

Castile's shooting was among a string of killings of blacks by police around the US, and the livestreaming of its aftermath by Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, attracted even more attention. Yanez's lawyers claimed Castile's judgment was impaired at the time of the shooting because he had been smoking marijuana all day. As crowds swelled into the thousands, protesters began marching through the streets, toward St. Read More »

Employees return to work at UPS warehouse in San Francisco


A woman named Michelle, who did not want to provide her last name, was walking to work across the street from a UPS facility when she saw several UPS employees running down the street. May Vang, who works across the street from the facility, said that by 10 a.m. police and UPS workers were standing around outside. "I don't remember anything like this in California in recent history", he said. Read More »

Press for info on Senate health bill


The Senate has not said when it will vote on its version of the bill. "And at the last minute they present it, they push it through and that is one sixth of the American economy and millions of people thrown off of health insurance". He added: "They have to, or it won't make no sense at all". "And we should probably go ahead and do it through 2019", Alexander continued..."The payments will help to avoid the real possibility that millions of Americans will literally have zero options for ... Read More »

Larson and McMurray make it 1-2 for Chip Ganassi at Sonoma


Larson is on a hot streak and, including his sprint auto races , has four total wins in the past two weeks. "So, I spent a lot of time in Napa Valley", said Kyle Larson . "We were kind of lost past year". The road courses are always some of the most interesting because of the strategy and because of the aggressive racing once only reserved for the short tracks . Read More »

US officials lift Yellowstone-region grizzly bear protection


In a statement , Mead said the bears would be "managed appropriately" and that hunting decisions would come after a public discussion. "Those states will individually decide if grizzly bear hunting will take place by sticking to some mortality limits, and that's any human-caused mortality, whether it's being hit by a truck or a management removal, or if the states do have a hunt, that mortality limit would apply". Read More »

Varadkar becomes Ireland's first openly gay prime minister

Varadkar, 38, was nominated as taoiseach (Prime Minister) after his predecessor Enda Kenny , who formally resigned on Monday, becoming the country's youngest leader. These rightward-leaning economic stances stand in contrast with Varadkar's generally liberal positions on abortion rights and other social issues - and they drew criticism from Varadkar's rival for his party's leadership , Simon Coveney. Read More »

Theresa May unveils new Cabinet, appoints Damian Green as 'deputy'

In 2013, as Secretary of State for Education, Mr Gove planned to remove climate change from the geography syllabus only to abandon plans after Ed Davey, the then energy and climate change secretary, fought for the topic's retention. In a relatively limited reshuffle of her team, James Brokenshire retained his position as Northern Ireland Secretary. June. 12 (ANI): Michael Gove, who was sacked by Prime Minister Theresa May a year ago, has made a surprising comeback to the cabinet as the ... Read More »

Sen. Dean Heller Is the First Moderate "No" on Trumpcare

Interestingly, the people who have been most hurt by the Affordable Care Act are the people who earn too much to get tax credits but they buy their own insurance. The Senate bill is not health care reform. "After the 2020 drawback of Medicaid expansion, what this bill does in the out years, is it establishes a Medicare reimbursement rate for the states that's pegged to inflation". Read More »

Can GOP health-care bill pass the Senate?

Dean Heller said Friday he opposes the GOP bill scuttling much of the Obama health care law, complicating the effort by party leaders to guide the measure through the Senate. Or states could get a lump sum of federal money to help cover Medicaid costs, which Gov. Rick Scott advocates. "I can not support a piece of legislation that takes away insurance from tens of millions of Americans and hundreds of thousands of Nevadans", Heller said in a news conference held in his home state. Read More »

Trump camp plans attack ads against health care bill holdout

Meanwhile, current President Donald Trump wasn't too receptive of the house healthcare bill , which he labels as " mean ". Its flat tax credits, which provided identical assistance to the poor and the wealthy, would price millions of near-elderly low-income workers out of the insurance market and trap millions more in poverty. Read More »

Trump health Bill in trouble

She cited the dramatic cuts the bill would impose on Medicaid . But tweaks to appease the four conservatives could alienate Heller and other moderates, or vice versa. As of now, there are at least five senators who have said they can't vote for the bill in its current form. Sens. Dean Heller of Nevada, facing a competitive 2018 re-election battle, Rob Portman of OH and Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia expressed concerns about the bill's cuts to Medicaid and drug addiction ... Read More »

Price backs Senate health care bill, admits getting votes will be tough

It is now up to us to let our Senators know that this bill is unacceptable. The House passed its version - the American Health Care Act - this spring. The U.S. House of Representatives' version of the Obamcare repeal bill includes a provision in which customers must maintain coverage or pay more, but Democrats argued that conflicted with Republican President Donald Trump's promise to keep the guaranteed insurance provision of Obamacare . Read More »

What the Health-Care Vote Means for the Midterm Elections

The Senate bill would also erase the tax penalties Obama's 2010 law imposes on people who don't purchase insurance. Obamacare was structured brilliantly in that the things everyone was going to like (mandatory coverage for preexisting conditions, parents keeping their kids on their plans longer) kicked in fast. Read More »

Will Senate GOP healthcare bill get enough votes?

Others, like Sens. Dean Heller of Nevada, Shelly Moore Capito of West Virginia and Rob Portman of OH, have pointed to concerns about the proposal's cuts to Medicaid . That's the number needed to pass the bill with only 50 votes, along with the tie-breaking vote support of Vice President Mike Pence . "The Senate Republicans are trying to con Americans into thinking that they are fixing problems here, when in fact what they're doing is causing new ones", Wyden told reporters. Read More »

Herding the Senate cats to repeal ObamaCare

In California, Medi-Cal covers almost 14 million, including half of the state's children and two-thirds of seniors in nursing homes . Cruz, in a separate statement , said, "As now drafted, this bill draft does not do almost enough to lower premiums". Read More »

Saudi, most Gulf Arabs start Eid al-Fitr on Sunday

The sighting of the crescent would signify the end of Ramadan‚ the holy Islamic month in which Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. The Filipino Muslims ended Sunday their month-long fasting by celebrating Eid'l Fitr. "These countries started Ramadan on May 28 and so Sunday will be the 29th of Ramadan for them". I have already collected you more EID Mubarak Wishes 2017 and EID Mubarak Images 2017 for Celebrating EID 2017 . Read More »

Joel Embiid Dominated #NBADraft Twitter, Eeking Out Woj

Jayson Tatum (Duke) is introduced by NBA commissioner Adam Silver as the number three overall pick to the Boston Celtics in the first round of the 2017 NBA Draft at Barclays Center. For real. A bunch of sandwiches. When you might get drafted to a city with no Chick-fil-A. I think it's perhaps ammunition at times, to remind them of statements and to help them achieve their end-game goals. Read More »

Oklahoma senators respond to release of health care draft

The nuts and bolts of legislation and the maddening, unpredictable ways and rhythms of Congress can seem foreign to him. "If they can not get 50 votes, if they get to impasse, I've been telling leadership for months now I'll vote for a repeal", the Kentucky Republican said on ABC's "This Week". Read More »

Don't stop worrying about our elections just yet: Susan Shelley


WASHINGTON ( CNN ) - President Donald Trump thinks the hacking that occurred during the 2016 election "probably was Russian Federation", a White House spokeswoman said Thursday, days after White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters he didn't know if Trump believed the hacking was carried out by Russian Federation. Read More »

UK: All building cladding samples tested failed fire safety

A local London council has chose to evacuate some 800 households in apar. Portsmouth and Brent were named along with Camden , Manchester , Plymouth and Hounslow as local authorities with buildings that failed tests. Around 100 residents were sent to spend the night on air beds at a rest centre at Swiss Cottage Library, according to the BBC , with the aim of being allocated to hotels or the homes or families and friends by council workers. Read More »

Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela: Pelosi 'doesn't help our candidate

Those involved in the discussions described them as preliminary among like-minded lawmakers. He emphasized that the group "was a diverse group from an ideological, geographic and ethnic standpoint". In Kansas in April, in Montana last month and in Georgia and SC on Tuesday, Democratic candidates outperformed their party's past showings, but still fell short where it counts: Republicans won. Read More »

Key Republican Collins has 'serious concerns' on healthcare bill


The Senate bill looks a great deal like the House bill , which would leave 23 million more people without insurance over the next 10 years , according to the Congressional Budget Office . Trump's optimism runs counter to the public opposition of five Republican senators so far to the Senate GOP plan that would scuttle much of former President Barack Obama's health law. Read More »

Tight GOP win in Georgia

When the top post among House Democrats might open up, though, Pelosi hasn't said . Alterman said this was her first campaign where she volunteered. Democrats lost another race in SC that same night, and that followed previous disappointments in Montana and Kansas. And yet, one can not help but think Ossoff did not quite capitalize on this enough in the race. Read More »

Menendez Weighs in on 'Devastating' Senate Health Care Bill

I will continue to stand with my fellow mayors and the American people to fight for real, affordable health care for all. Several Democrats have admitted Obamacare needs fixing, but that abandoning it for the Republican replacement - known formally as the American Health Care Act - is not a viable option. Read More »

Pelosi defends leadership after special election loss


Democrats' impatience is understandable - they're still smarting from losing an un-losable race in November. As a result, several House Democrats have intensely and publicly criticized Democratic minority leader Nancy Pelosi . In a press conference Thursday, Pelosi said she's proud of the unity within her party and the leverage it has given her in various negotiations. Read More »

Price: 'Thin needle to thread' to get lawmakers to support healthcare bill


Some conservatives think current plans don't go far enough; others say those plans will hurt numerous people they represent. The Senate bill also proposes eliminating many ACA taxes, and the employer penalties associated with the employer and individual mandates would be repealed retroactively, dating to the start of 2016. Read More »

Ramnath Kovind vs Meira Kumar : Dalit vs Dalit battle

Later in the evening, Prasad when asked if he had talks with Nitish Kumar said, "This is not the occasion to speak on such subjects". Trinamool Congress also wanted the former Speaker. If the numbers are any indication, there's no way anyone can stop Ram Nath Kovind from becoming the next president. "This is not an issue for the Bihar's ruling grand alliance". Read More »

Trump to Pelosi: I Like You Right Where You Are

But to some Democrat leaders and officials, they finally seemed to understand that the message, or lack of one, that the Party was sending to the voters was not making them pull the lever to the left. That would be a shock. The June 20 runoff followed an election on April 18 when Democrat Jon Ossoff almost won the seat outright, taking 48 percent of the vote. Read More »