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Dolores O'Riordan reportedly found dead in bathroom by hotel staff


The woman had yet to be formally identified, he said. O'Riordan, who is survived by her three children, revealed in an interview that she had been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder and was struggling with the breakdown of her marriage. O'Riordan wrote the band's biggest hit, " Zombie ", a protest song that reached number 1 on the charts in Australia, Belgium, France, Denmark and Germany. Read More »

Senators divided, Trump staying in town as shutdown nears


Hopes of averting a USA government shutdown were boosted Friday after the Senate´s top Democrat said he and President Donald Trump had "made some progress" on breaking an impasse over spending in 11th hour talks. If the Senate can't pass the bill on January 19, there will be very little time left on the shutdown clock to even entertain the option of a two-day stopgap. Read More »

Schumer says many Dems oppose spending bill


Tillerson is responding to questions about his agency's preparations for what to do if Congress fails to pass a stopgap spending measure . That's what the House passed Thursday. With an immigration deal off the table, and with Republicans not having enough votes to avoid a shutdown without Democratic help, Republicans are now trying to lure Dems to support a short-term funding measure in exchange for long-term funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program , which Congress ... Read More »

Kate Middleton Reveals Royal Baby Bump


Kate Middleton was clearly overjoyed by the hugs. Reps for Kensington Palace haven't responded to the speculation. The Duchess of Cambridge has two little ones running around the house - and a third on the way - and she's found that her love of sports has taken a backseat. Read More »

US House, Senate in scramble as government shutdown looms


They are Maggie Hassan, N.H., Martin Heinrich, N.M., Tim Kaine, Va., Angus King, I-Maine, Patrick Leahy, Vt., Jeanne Shaheen, N.H., Jon Tester, Mont., Tom Udall, N.M., and Mark Warner, Va. "There's no one to negotiate with". "I can't see voting yes on cloture", Flake told reporters. It had looked like Republicans in the House were divided, but they got this vote through. Read More »

Trump summons Schumer in attempt to stave off shutdown


Trump tweeted Friday evening, a reference to the Republican-backed plan of funding government for the next four weeks as opposed to just a couple of days, as pitched by Democratic leaders. Although the effects would initially be spotty - since most agencies would be closed until Monday - the story would be certain to dominate weekend news coverage, and each party would be gambling the public would blame the other. Read More »

Djokovic staggers past Monfils in draining win


Used to go to Dubai when it was 45. Temperatures are expected to rise on Friday, before cooling off considerably over the weekend, when Federer and Djokovic's half of the draw is back for the third round. Djokovic, gunning for a seventh Australian Open title, was also glad to be back, having missed the competitive edge. The 36-year-old Swiss turned the evening clash on packed Rod Laver Arena into an exhibition as he struck 41 winners to breeze past a willing but outclassed Bedene 6-3 ... Read More »

Here's what Texans can expect in a government shutdown


Let's take a look. With lawmakers in the nation's capital at odds over immigration and digging in their heels, hopes were fading Friday morning about a possible funding agreement that could avert a government shutdown that would begin at 9 p.m. Read More »

Battle to avert United States government shutdown moves to the Senate

The New York Democrat said "discussions will continue". However, the troops - including those in combat - will potentially not be paid during a shutdown . Trump has ended an Obama-era program providing those protections and given Congress until March to restore them. This time, it could not be more clear that the ones holding things up are the Democrats . Read More »

AG on ICE Sweeps: California Is 'Not in the Business of Deportation'


Trump and other administration officials have singled out San Francisco for criticism, repeatedly raising the 2015 fatal shooting of Kate Steinle by Mexican man who had been deported five times and was recently acquitted of murder. The unconstitutional pushback comes as ICE plans raids across California and other sanctuary areas because federal authorities can no longer count on the local police to coordinate with them. Read More »

Trump to speak at anti-abortion rally in Washington


Many marchers, carrying signs with slogans such as "Pray to end abortion ", said they were excited to hear from a president they see as an ally, but hesitated to point to any specific advancements in their agenda from Trump's first year in office. Read More »

Donald Trump: I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed


Lindsey Graham were mistaken in indicating Trump had. South Africa summoned the United States' senior diplomat in Pretoria today over President Donald Trump's recent disparaging comments about African nations and Haiti . That, Meadows said, "would indicate that (Trump) is open to having immigrants coming here from everywhere". White House spokesman Raj Shah said Sunday on Fox News that the president wants border security issues, including funding for a wall along the US-Mexico border, ... Read More »

House passes short-term spending bill, but legislation faces long odds in Senate

The president continues to deny he's a racist. "We've done our job", McCarthy told reporters Friday morning, saying it was up to Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Democrats, angered by the collapse of immigration talks, have vowed to block the stopgap funding bill. Immigration was a major issue there and the American people and especially Republican primary voters made it clear that they wanted Donald Trump's vision of immigration policy, not Lindsey Graham's . Read More »

Prototypes for Trump's US-Mexico border wall

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal last week, the president said " the wall's never meant to be 2,100 miles long. you don't need a wall where you have a natural barrier that's far greater than any wall you could build". The DACA bill would give 690,000 young illegal immigrants a chance at permanent legal status. Some Democrats who met with Trump aide John Kelly on Wednesday say Kelly told them there are parts of the border where a wall isn't needed and that Trump ... Read More »

Local Republicans approve House measure preventing govt shutdown

We could say, "We're shutting down the government, we're not gonna raise the debt ceiling, until you pass immigration reform.' It would be governmental chaos". The White House said Friday that Trump will not head to Florida unless a funding bill passes. Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows said leaders are refusing to attach items such as funding to fully finance a 2.4 percent pay raise for the military. Read More »

Could you pass the cognitive test taken by Trump?


Trump's bellicose approach has enamored him to supporters who buy into the rhetoric from the president that the USA has lost respect and needs to get tough to regain its prestige amongst the nations of the world. Jackson said Trump has avoided some big heart risks - he's never smoked and isn't diabetic - and has no family history of heart problems. It raises suspicions about the speaker. Read More »

Trump says he wants immigrants from 'everywhere'


Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill., who told the truth. Trump said on Sunday: "I'm not a racist". Some say Trump did not use the word. Leahy moved on to Trump's wish for more Norwegian immigrants . "I stand behind every word that I said in terms of that meeting". Trump announced in September he was scrapping the program, but with a six-month lag - meaning those covered by DACA would be subject to deportation starting March. Read More »

Drone saves swimmers in 'world-first rescue'


The rescue follows the local government's December 2017 announcement that it would invest the equivalent of about $340,000 United States dollars in drone technology for rescue purposes. "This is a world-first rescue", Barilaro said. The drones can spot potential emergencies from 60 meters above water and move at speeds reaching 50 kilometers per hour (31 mph), according to Surf Life Saving rescue organization which is testing the drones. Read More »

"Total Game Changer"- Indy in Top 20 for Amazon HQ


The location of the new city is not just of interest in terms of a major business relocating, the selected city will benefit in many ways. During a news conference Thursday afternoon, Mike Rosa, Sr. Sandy Baruah, President of the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce also said that needs to change. "We're number one. That's growing fast, very fast". Read More »

US House appoves short-term spending bill, avoid shutdown

Arriving at the Pentagon for a visit, Trump told reporters the government "could very well" shut down Friday. The last USA shutdown occurred in 2013 and lasted for 16 days. He said he would support a continuing resolution to keep the government funded for a few days, but that a longer term one - like the one in the House-passed proposal - he would have a hard time supporting. Read More »

Everything we know so far about the "deliberate" auto attack in Melbourne


Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called a vehicle attack that injured 19 people at an intersection in downtown Melbourne on Thursday a "shocking crime", that was nonetheless only an "isolated incident". Police now believe the crash was deliberate but said it's too early to speculate on the motivations of the driver . A second man, who used a cellphone to record the incident, was also arrestedat the scene Thursday. Read More »

White House doctor: Stop 'tabloid psychiatry' on Trump


The South Carolina Republican says White House chief of staff John Kelly is "a fine man, but he's part of the staff". She says "others in the room were also using tough language". "If something should happen to you over the next few months and you should fall ill at some point, most likely I will be the one called to come take care of you", he said. Read More »

New blood test detects eight common cancers


The accuracy range was better - 69 percent to 98 percent - when it came to five cancers that now have no widely used screening test, the scientists reported in a new study. What's unclear, however, is whether CancerSEEK is able to detect undiagnosed cancers, Rosenfeld adds. How can a simple blood test detect signs of cancer? Earlier proteins released from the tumors were the targets for the tests. Read More »

Congressional spending battle ensnares CHIP funding


All but six of the chamber's 193 Democrats voted no. Joe Manchin said earlier this week. The House passed the measure known as a continuing resolution (CR) Thursday night. A growing number of Republicans came out in the past two days against the GOP spending measure, putting the bill in jeopardy in the Senate and giving Democrats confidence that they can push their position. Read More »

US Resumes Accepting DACA Renewals


The African Union, a group representing the continent's 55 countries, issued a blistering statement saying the Trump had dishonored USA values. President Trump on Sunday tweeted that DACA was " probably dead " and he blamed the democrats . Read More »

Amazon eliminates Orlando as contender for 2nd headquarters


These are the final cities which were selected from 238 communities that submitted nominations. Gerber said the city is seeking additional job growth on Mare Island, along with nurturing several current projects in Vallejo. In its detailed request for proposals , Amazon said that its presence in Seattle had contributed roughly $38 billion to the city's economy over six years. Read More »

DACA Row: I am not a racist says, President Trump


President Donald Trump may want Americans to think that Democrats are the ones holding up an immigration deal to protect DACA beneficiaries - but Republican partisanship is the real culprit. An immigration reform activist is optimistic that Congress can come up with a compromise bill on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) that will enhance border enforcement. Read More »

Trump will stay in Washington until spending bill passed, reports say

President Trump and Republicans indicated that they support codifying DACA - the program protecting young immigrants who were brought illegally as children - yet they somewhat bizarrely attempted to use the consensus program as though it were a concession to Democrats in exchange for border security and wall funding. Read More »

Here's How A Government Shutdown Would Impact Military Pay And Benefits


Rather than come to an agreement on 12 separate spending bills by October 1, Congress has already kicked the can down the road three times by passing short-term spending bills that funded the government until December 8, Dec. Thousands work in Hampton Roads, including government contractors who work for companies like Newport News Shipbuilding. Employees being placed on furlough is also a less-common occurrence, with only seven of the 18 shutdowns resulting in furlough. Read More »

White House supports short-term spending bill to avoid shutdown


They might remind people of their ancestors, many of whom believed doing for one's self was to be preferred over dependence on government, unless one was truly needy, through no fault of their own. The Trump administration recently ended temporary protected status for tens of thousands of immigrants with long ties to the USA from El Salvador, Haiti, Sudan and Nicaragua. Read More »

US Congress likely racing toward a government shutdown


But even as both sides traded barbs, there was a lot of frustration among Republicans over the budget process, which has become stuck in neutral on a regular basis. The Republicans are including CHIP in the continuing resolution, "and we all want to reauthorize the CHIP program to prevent 9 million children from losing their health insurance", Hoyer said. Read More »