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Tom Price promises GOP won't pull 'rug out' on health care

She's chief Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health News . For example: the bakers' association could choose to follow the rules for the Alabama insurance market, which mandates coverage of relatively few benefits, for all its bakeries in NY, a state with many mandates. Read More »

Donald Trump And PM Modi Set To Meet For The First Time

Thank you @ POTUS for the warm personal welcome. Modi leaves for USA after concluding Portugal trip: Modi on Saturday left for the United States for his first meeting with President Donald Trump after concluding his brief visit to Portugal during which the two nations signed 11 agreements. Read More »

Five GOP senators now oppose health care bill as written

Some of those lawmakers could eventually change their stances after potential amendments to the plan. The Republican-led Senate is set to vote on the Better Care Restoration Act before the 4th of July congressional recess. "It doesn't protect Nevadans on Medicaid". Meanwhile, a new poll published by the Kaiser Family found 51 percent of Americans view the existing Affordable Care Act favorably compared with 30 percent who favor replacing it. Read More »

Trump wants to dismantle Obama-era Cuba policies

At home, Trump's critics have questioned why his administration is now singling out Cuba for its human rights record while insisting that in other parts of the world it will not lecture other countries on the issue. Obama worked to enact several changes to Cuban policy during his tenure in the White House. The restrictions may have a chilling effect on Americans looking to travel to Cuba, which enjoyed large support from both Democrats and Republicans. Read More »

13 ways the Senate GOP health-care plan could impact MI

McConnell released the bill Thursday after weeks of closed-door meetings searching for middle ground between conservative senators seeking an aggressive repeal of Obama's statute and centrists warning about going too far. It's just a tax cut for high-income people", said Mark Mazur, director of the Tax Policy Center. "Let's be very clear". He acknowledged that Republicans have long promised to repeal the ACA, but urged lawmakers to put aside partisan politics while working to address ... Read More »

GOP senator: 'No way' health care bill should move forward

Fox News' Pete Hegseth pointed to former President Barack Obama's recent Facebook post criticizing the Senate's healthcare bill . Changes can still be made to the legislation. The Senate bill includes big cuts to Medicaid over a period of time, eliminates taxes on the wealthy and insurers, and does not let insurers deny people coverage based on pre-existing conditions . Read More »

Cilic beats Muller in 3 sets, reaches Queen's final

Federer has 18 grand slams and the win in Germany is his 92nd career title - with Wimbledon just around the corner... Thompson struck back to level the match but Querrey recovered to break decisively in the fourth game of the decider and had enough firepower to claim victory. Read More »

Chile book Portugal, Germany tackle Mexico

If Cameroon are to advance, they'll likely need an incredible game from keeper Fabrice Ondoa. "They have nothing to lose ", warned Loew. Alexis Sanchez then managed to get clear but the ball was taken off his foot by Ryan Milligan's last-ditch tackle. Read More »

Angels score 3 after overturned call, beat Red Sox 4-2

Ortiz was joined by his family, many of his former teammates, and the children of Kirby Puckett, whom Ortiz aimed to honor by wearing the No. 34. Big Papi threw the ball more like 50 Cent than a baseball player being celebrated for 20 unbelievable season in the big leagues. Read More »

Health Care Bill Should Pass

Sasse did offer his preliminary opinion of the legislation, calling it simply a "Medicaid reform package". "That is really the forward-looking vision of the network". Susan Collins and some others are anxious about the bill rolling back Obamacare's expansion of Medicare and putting limits on federal funding of the program. Read More »

After Vote, Party Leaders Say Perimeter Remains Battleground

Such comments about Pelosi were highlighted by Republicans on Thursday in an attempt to illustrate a divided Democratic caucus. 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 »

GOP is hiding something in Senate health-care bill

And I don't mean to exaggerate, but in the main, it's very hard to be supportive of something that takes health insurance away from 20 million or so Americans. If the Senate approves its repeal version, either the House would have to pass the same bill or reconcile its version with the Senate's before Trump could sign it into law. Read More »

Sens. Susan Collins, Rand Paul express doubts about Senate health care bill

It however delays cuts to the Medicaid program and maintains for two years the tax credits included in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - commonly known as Obamacare - to help lower-income Americans purchase coverage. They're not just the poor. It covers whatever people are eligible - for basically whatever they need medically. Susan Collins of Maine, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. Read More »

Red Sox retire No. 34 for David Ortiz

He proved to be one of the best ever, establishing Hall of Fame credentials that include 10 All-Star Game appearances, nine postseason appearances and, most important to Boston, three World Series rings. The Los Angeles Angels benefited from a fairly-new rule and relied on an old-fashioned type save to beat the Boston Red Sox . "It was much needed and Parker just keeps coming in and keeps us in games in some pretty tough places", said Angels manager Mike Scioscia . Read More »

Conservatives on Twitter hilariously mock Democrats' 'moral victory' in Georgia special election

The race for Georgia's 6th Congressional district seat was the most expensive congressional race in the nations history, topping $50 million in overall spending. The solution to these problems, Ryan maintains, lies in changing leadership and widening the party's appeal. "Obviously people are very concerned about where we are and they want to have a conversation about where we need to be", Rep. Read More »

Taiwanese Ambassador regrets Panama's decision to cut ties


The Taiwanese president's office harshly condemned Beijing's actions, which it called "a unsafe provocation to the peace and stability of the Taiwan Strait and the region at large". China's Taiwan Affairs Office today also advised Taiwan to make a "wise choice" on recognising the One-China principle. Burkina Faso and Swaziland are Taiwan's last remaining partners in Africa , a continent into which China has poured billions in recent years. Read More »

Obama on Senate proposal: It's 'not a health care bill'


Kate Brown, a Democrat. Senators are likely to have only a handful of days to decide whether to support or vote against the 142-page bill , which was unveiled on Thursday . Trump later criticized the House bill privately as "mean" and this week called for a health plan "with heart". The Senate Republican health care bill would guarantee immediate assistance for insurance markets that are struggling in many states. Read More »

Nancy Pelosi defends leadership role, but some Texas Democrats grow restless


Instead of worrying about the executive branch 100 percent of the time , focus on passing legislation that will help your constituents back home, and make sure, when you run in 2018, that you have results. But Democrats don't necessarily need her or anyone to play the role of a former occupant of the seat Handel just won, Newt Gingrich, who led the Republican takeover of the House in 1994 with his Contract for America. Read More »

North Korea denies torturing American detainee

A person believed to be Otto Warmbier is transferred from a medical transport airplane to an awaiting ambulance at Lunken Airport in Cincinnati , Ohio, U.S., June 13, 2017. Medical tests performed once Warmbier was back in OH revealed that he had suffered severe neurological damage, possibly due to a heart attack - which would be consistent with the newer North Korean statement. Read More »

Another Lawmaker Says No to Trump's Healthcare Bill

Five Republican senators have announced they will not support the bill, which is created to repeal and replace Obamacare , in its current form. Cruz said the bill should allow individuals to purchase health insurance across state lines, which would increase competition and lower costs. Read More »

Brexit Negotiation Begins; Talks Scheduled One Week Each Month

It comes a day after measures to enable Brexit dominated the Queen's Speech and with the Conservatives still trying to secure the Commons support needed to pass their programme. Brexit negotiations began on Monday. He hailed that the the first session was "important", "open", and "useful indeed to start off on the right foot as the clock is ticking", Xinhua news reported. Read More »

Saudi Seeks Israeli Military Help To Support New Crown Prince?


This AFP file photo taken on December 9, 2015 shows Mohamed bin Salman (L) talking with Mohammed bin Nayef during the 136th (Persian) Gulf Cooperation Council summit in Riyadh . "I think the Trump factor matters tremendously", he said. Top Saudi officials pledged loyalty to their new crown prince in statements carried by the official news agency, while many ordinary citizens tweeted their allegiance. Read More »

LSU beats Oregon State 6-1 to reach CWS finals


He wasn't as sharp as Friday, but former Liberty Christian Academy standout Zack Hess recorded the final out against Oregon State on Saturday to send LSU back to the College World Series final as the Tigers knocked off the No. P Michael Byrne took over on the mound for Faedo halfway through the eighth inning. Evan Skoug and Cam Warner hit as the tying runs, but Skoug struck out swinging and Warner flew out to right on a ball that looked like it had home run distance coming off the ... Read More »

Sen. Johnson: Senate bill doesn't address health care costs


The president said he thinks Republicans in the Senate are doing enough to push through the bill. Bernie Sanders went so far to call it " by far the most harmful piece of legislation [he's] seen in [his] lifetime ". Nevada Republican Dean Heller didn't mince words about the GOP's new health care bill in the Senate: "It's going to be very hard to get me to a yes". Read More »

We are facing undeclared emergency in India: Congress

Saying that Indians in America have not just helped India progress but also the US, Modi said that success and action of the Indian diaspora is still echoing in the world. While Trump likes to set the tone with a very firm handshake, the barrel-chested Indian leader breaks the ice with bear hugs. But even if he does not, he needs to leave Trump in no doubt that India values the USA as its most important global partner; that India supports the objective of increasing American prosperity and ... Read More »

Senate health care bill bad for Americans


In a way, Chandler said, Texas has the advantage here: It is one of 19 states that chose not to expand Medicaid , and so it will feel the sting of this cut less than other, more liberal states might. So much is at stake. Sen. Some Republicans argue that a Medicaid card or an "Obamacare" policy means little because either the doctor doesn't accept notoriously low Medicaid fees, or high deductibles under the health law keep patients from coming in. Read More »

'I think we are going to get there' on health care

Menendez held a news conference at Newark Community Health Centers where 53 percent of patients are on Medicaid . "That's not going to happen with us". Dean Heller within hours of him on Friday opposing the GOP's ObamaCare overhaul bill previewed its attack Saturday on social media. Two Republican critics of the Senate's health care bill expressed strong doubts Sunday that the legislation can make it through the chamber before the July 4 recess, as the GOP leadership wants. Read More »

Rep. Tim Ryan: Time to Change the 'Toxic Democratic Brand'


She acknowledged that the two special elections this week (in Georgia and South Carolina) were hard races to win but said negative ads contributed to the falsehoods. "They keep winning and we keep losing". The New York Times' Maggie Haberman shared a sampling of some of the tweets that were sent out to supporters. Read More »

GOP senators call for more time to debate, change health care bill

The 142-page bill , which includes cuts to Medicaid , would end the individual mandate set up by the ACA, which was a key component that kept the law functioning. It's no secret that the Affordable Care Act has flaws, but Sen. Menendez said that the wealthiest Americans will get a tax cut under the Senate legislation, paid for by "taking health care away from those who need it most". Read More »

US Supreme Court set to rule on religious rights


The 5-3 ruling involved the family's effort to sell part of its land along the scenic St. Croix River. After a failed appeals process, the Murrs sued Wisconsin and St. The Murr family's lawyers have cited another landmark Supreme Court decision , Lucas v. The case attracted significant attention from dozens of technology and media companies concerned that a ruling for the government could jeopardise the privacy of customers, and make them less likely to use cloud services if they ... Read More »