Trump suggests he was trying to keep FBI director honest

Trump suggests he was trying to keep FBI director honest Trump fired Comey over dissatisfaction with how the FBI head was handling the investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Earhardt asked whether he believed those relationships should force Mueller to leave the probe, and he agreed that was a possibility. [Full Article...]

Four Republicans oppose new Senate health care bill. Here's why they do

Chris Collins (R-Erie County) and John Faso (R-Columbia County) that would shift the local share of Medicaid outside New York City on to the state - a move that he said would cost the state an additional $2.3 billion a year. The Senate bill would give states more power to run their health care systems outside of ACA regulations, but the authority to do so would come under an existing provision of ... [Full Article...]

North Korea denies torturing Ohio college student Otto Warmbier

A spokesman in Pyongyang was quoted by Reuters as saying Mr Warmbier's death was "a mystery". Doctors there said Warmbier had suffered a severe neurological injury from an unknown cause. For their part, the Chinese envoys pressed for negotiations, proposing again a "dual-track approach" in which North Korea would suspend its nuclear and missile activities while the United States and Sou... [Full Article...]

List of demands on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, other Arab nations

Saudi Arabia, Egypt , the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain have demanded Qatar shut down its state broadcaster Al Jazeera , according to reports . Its spiritual leader, Egyptian Sunni cleric Yusuf Qaradawi, is based in Qatar and appears regularly on Al-Jazeera. A trade and diplomatic embargo has been in place against Qatar for two weeks, with the Gulf countries accusing the Qa... [Full Article...]

China congratulates Saudi Arabia's new crown prince

Little-known outside the palace until January 2015 when his father, Salman bin Abdulaziz, became the monarch, Prince Mohammed has since been the face of Saudi Arabia overseas and of reforms at home. He was the prime mover behind the decision to escalate Saudi Arabia's role in the Yemen civil war, where Saudi airplanes have bombed Houthi rebels backed by Iran . [Full Article...]

OnePlus 5: Dual camera system explained

OnePlus 5: Dual camera system explained The latest mobile device is only 7.25mm thick, which makes it the thinnest flagship handset. The OnePlus 5 directly competes with industry heavyweights like Apple iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung S8+ and Google Pixel and being the most affordable of these, ends up being a top notch choice for budget conscious yet premium smartphone seekers. [Full Article...]

Qatar's Emir sends well wishes to Saudi's new crown prince

Until now, the succession favoured Saudi Arabia's interior minister and security chief, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef , who has now been stripped of much of his power. For an older generation, Saudi television coverage was highly orchestrated, with repeated footage of Nayef, the deposed crown prince, pledging allegiance to his successor. [Full Article...]

Mitch McConnell And Senate Republicans Reveal Their Guarded Health Care Bill

Former President Barack Obama stepped back into the political arena Thursday to call on supporters to stop the Republican health care bill from becoming law. Trump says at the start of a White House event on technology he is hopeful Congress will get something done on health care "with heart". Ending Obama's expansion has been a major problem for some GOP senators. [Full Article...]

Lakers great Magic Johnson picks successor in Lonzo Ball

Washington's Markelle Fultz and UCLA's Lonzo Ball were the top two overall selections of the 2017 NBA Draft Thursday night, and this page will update as more Pac-12 players hear their names called on draft night. "What's incredible is that he's been, according to [Lonzo], his dad has been great. I'll have another hat on that say 'I told you so'". LaVar Ball raised his family in Chino Hil... [Full Article...]

Shooting At GOP Baseball Practice Seems To Have Been Spontaneous, FBI Says

Shooting At GOP Baseball Practice Seems To Have Been Spontaneous, FBI Says Tim Slater, the special agent in charge of the Washington FBI office, also said during a news conference that James T. Hodgkinson did not have any ties to terrorism. But he did have the names of six members of Congress on a list. "I told him they were Republicans". Hodgkinson maintained a social media presence that was pro-Bernie Sanders and anti-Republican. [Full Article...]

Markelle Fultz set for the stage of being No. 1 pick

Markelle Fultz set for the stage of being No. 1 pick De' Aaron Fox answers questions during an interview after being selected by the Sacramento Kings as the fifth pick overall during the NBA basketball draft, Thursday, June 22, 2017, in NY. Ball then got the wish he and his father, LaVar, wanted all along by staying in Los Angeles, where he starred last season at UCLA. IT'S GOT TO BE THE SHOES: When Fultz walks on stage to shake hands with NBA ... [Full Article...]

Ford Announces Recall For Over 39000 Cars In India

Ford Announces Recall For Over 39000 Cars In India Earlier this year in South Africa Ford recalled 4,500 Kuga SUVs following dozens of reports of the vehicles catching fire. Asked about the Figo that caught fire outside Nelspruit Mediclinic in mid-January, footage of which was widely circulated on social media, the spokesman said Ford did not know if that incident was directly related to this recall. [Full Article...]

Syria to not let 'Enemies' Benefit From De-Escalation Zones: Mekdad

Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said Thursday that Turkey, Russia and Iran have been working on a plan to station their forces in de-escalation areas in Syria. "Who will watch the process and how?" he said. Under a memorandum signed at the talks in Kazakhstan's capital of Astana, these four zones include the Idlib Province and some areas in the neighboring provinces (of Aleppo, Lat... [Full Article...]

Breastfeeding Heart Disease Benefits? Study Says Risk Lower

Breastfeeding Heart Disease Benefits? Study Says Risk Lower Coronary heart disease, in particular, accounted for more than 8 million deaths in 2015. A study of Chinese women found that the longer a mother breastfeeds , the greater the cardiovascular health benefit appears to be. And among mothers who breastfed their babies for two years or more, heart disease risk was 18 per cent lower and stroke risk was 17 per cent lower than among mothers who n... [Full Article...]

Obama: 'Fundamental Meanness At The Core' Of GOP Health Care Bills

Obama: 'Fundamental Meanness At The Core' Of GOP Health Care Bills Demonstrators cheered, clapped and banged on pots and pans as speakers shared their dismay with the new bill . "Well, they're also four good guys, four friends of mine and I think that they'll probably get there", he said. Wolf called it "even crueler" than a GOP-penned bill that passed the U.S. House last month. "It's not surprising that this was has been kept secret, It's meaner than the Ho... [Full Article...]

State Police Caught Someone Driving with a Dummy in the HOV Lane

State Police Caught Someone Driving with a Dummy in the HOV Lane A driver in Charlestown, Massachusetts thought he could pull a fast one and used a dummy to fool police into thinking he had a passenger while driving in the HOV lane. Trooper Todd Gildden was working on Interstate 93 on Thursday morning in Charlestown when he saw something odd in a vehicle on the HOV lane, state police said. [Full Article...]

Bairstow adopts a mature approach to England

We go to Taunton and like all South Africans we always fight our way back so I'm expecting a really good performance in the next one", he said. "I maintain my form by not worrying about it". "I've grown up a lot over the last three years. I like to think I'm still learning and there is some hard work coming off". They meet again in Taunton today and in Cardiff on Sunday. [Full Article...]

MI airport attacker failed to buy a gun

MI airport attacker failed to buy a gun Wednesday, stabbing him in the neck with a 12-inch knife with a green handle and a black serrated blade marked " Amazon Jungle Survival Knife ". Emerging from a restroom later, Ftouhi pulled out the knife and starting stabbing Neville in the neck, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said. [Full Article...]

Government health insurance markets holding up, barely

Also Thursday, the Senate GOP is expected to release its version of a bill that would undo Barack Obama's signature health-care law. That's never happened before. He endorsed the idea that Medicaid needs fundamental reforms because deficit spending can not be tackled without touching Medicaid, Medicare or Social Security. [Full Article...]

Senate GOP health bill would cut Medicaid, erase tax increases, reports say

Hoeven said he hopes work going forward on Senate bill will be done through open committees. But those who believe health care is a right will see it as a step back. I will not be able to afford insurance". Millions of families will lose coverage entirely. Under the proposed bill, insurance companies may not be required to include birth control coverage in any plan. [Full Article...]

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