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6th District Candidates Clash Over Familiar Topics In Debate


Lake said Handel's approach to her party's standard-bearer also was fitting, since "the only reason that this race is competitive is because Donald Trump is President of the United States". The bill, which is pending in the Senate, maintains current requirements that insurers cannot deny coverage based on a patient's medical history, but it could allow insurers to charge higher premiums based on medical history. Read More »

India, Spain Sign Seven Agreements, Set to Enhance Defense Ties

The previous Indian PM to visit Spain was Rajiv Gandhi, in 1988. Two-way trade totalled Dollars 5.27 billion in 2016. "There are number of areas related to trade security economic matters and strategy which are important, so that is why the two countries have made a decision to hold discussions on Mediterranean issues", he added. Read More »

Kansas GOP to DC GOP: trickle down ain't coming


Senator Ty Masterson stuck with the governor. It also adds popular deductions and tax credits that benefit lower and middle-income wage earners, including the child care tax credit. "Too much, too fast", Dove said of the increase. Businesses in many parts of the state saw even fewer sales than they did before. That is, the state's tax cuts exempted pass-through income from state taxation, meaning business owners could "pass through" profits from their business to their personal income tax ... Read More »

Scottish Episcopal Church to allow same-sex weddings


Last year, the worldwide Anglican Communion made a decision to sanction the U.S. Episcopal Church after it allowed same-sex marriage. The result from the General Synod in Edinburgh, which came shortly after 4:50pm, followed hours of speeches and months of discussions among laity, bishops, and clergy in Scotland's third-largest church. Read More »

Vail Resorts Inc (NYSE:MTN) Stock Price While Sentiment Improves

Waterfront Capital Partners Llc acquired 11,354 shares as Vail Resorts Inc ( MTN)'s stock rose 12.22%. Nordea Investment Management has invested 0% of its portfolio in Vail Resorts, Inc . The company was maintained on Friday, April 28 by BMO Capital Markets. The firm has "Buy" rating by Pivotal Research given on Thursday, November 5. (NASDAQ:WETF) earned "Sell" rating by Citigroup on Wednesday, August 26. Read More »

Schiff: Comey's testimony on Trump "certainly evidence" of obstruction


If you want to watch the testimony live at 10:00AM ET today, there are a variety of ways to do so. Comey also said Trump demanded a pledge of loyalty in a meeting on January 27, just days after the Republican billionaire took office under a cloud of allegations that Russia's interference had helped him win the election. Read More »

Trump Typo 'Covfefe' Added To Online Game 'Words With Friends'


Trump, who is known for multiple faux pas in the past on Twitter, posted on May 31, 2017: "Despite the constant negative press covfefe ", most probably misspelling the word "coverage". Trump poked fun at the typo , tweeting, "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"??? ". As of 4 a.m., the tweet garnered more than 108,000 retweets and more than 135,000 likes. Read More »

Police shooting in traffic stop clearly murder


Officer Ray Tensing, 27, shot once, hitting Samuel DuBose, 43, in the head, body-camera video showed, after stopping him for a missing front license plate on his vehicle in July 2015. Though it was lawful for Tensing to ask Dubose to step out of the auto when he did not produce a driver's license, Deters said, "What Tensing did next was not legitimate". Read More »

Ghani assures Taliban to open office for peace talks


On the same day, a rocket struck the Indian diplomatic compound in Kabul . The death toll in one of Afghanistan's worst terrorist attacks has jumped from 90 to at least 150, President Ashraf Ghani said, one week after the enormous blast shook Kabul . Read More »

Dear Mr Trump: think before you tweet

Trump said he had spoken with May to express America's "unwavering support" and offer US assistance as the British government works to protect its citizens and bring the guilty to justice. President Donald Trump for a second day lashed out at London's mayor on Twitter in the wake of a deadly terror attack in the city. Khan himself did not respond to the president, instead dispatching a spokesperson to say that the London mayor "has more important things to do than respond to Donald ... Read More »

Trump does believe in climate change, says United Nations envoy


Responding to climate change , one of the biggest challenges facing the world today, requires not only ambitious initiatives, but also, more significantly, exertion of concerted efforts by the entire global community . Trump argued earlier this week that the economic impact of the Paris agreement on American energy sectors was too great to risk action to curb emissions, a fact that many economists and major United States companies pushed-back on. Read More »

Paul Pogba's Finishing In France Training Session Is Actually Ridiculous


Jose Mourinho has been revealed to have racked up an eye-watering tab of at least £150,000 at the hotel he has been staying in during his time as Manchester United manager. "I think in the Chelsea game I proved that I can play with the (pain-killing) injections", said Smalling, who has also spent time on the sidelines with a knee injury this season. Read More »

COMEY WATCH PARTIES: Where to watch Comey's testimony

Comey has finally publicly confirmed his private reports that the President was not under investigation in any Russian probe", Kasowitz had said after the release of the written statement on Wednesday . "He also said that in a now-infamous photo just days after Trump's inauguration in which the president shook his hand and embraced him, Trump whispered in his ear, "'I really look forward to working with you'". Read More »

Terrorist financing at heart of Qatar crisis, says UAE minister

Al-Shamsi said these new measures were in response to Qatar's "hostile and irresponsible" policies against the UAE and against the "other Gulf and Arab brotherly states". Saudi Arabia and its allies charge that Qatar has been serving Iranian interests in the region, has been critical of the Egyptian and Saudi regimes and has supported the Muslim Brothers organization and Hamas. Read More »

Five Tehran attackers had fought for IS, says Iran


The group has claimed the attack on Iran's parliament and another on the shrine of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on Wednesday, which killed at least two and wounded more than 30 people. The assaults began mid-morning when four attackers burst into the parliament complex, killing a guard and one other person, according to ISNA news agency. Read More »

Qatar's Al-Jazeera says battling cyber attack


The Al Jazeera news network is fending off a massive cyberattack, according to a statement today . "However, the platforms have not been compromised", the Doha-based broadcaster said on its website. Last month, Qatar's state newsagency was hacked and false statements attributed to the country's ruler were posted that helped spark a rift with other Arab Gulf states. Read More »

Zille suspended from DA activities


The party said the suspension was " decided by an overwhelming majority " and that sanction would remain until a disciplinary hearing was finalised. She says that she will abide by the DA's decision to suspend her. " There is no question that Ms Zille's original tweets and subsequent justifications have damaged our standing in the public mind ", says Selfe. Zille refuted claims that she is undermining Mmusi Maimane's leadership. Read More »

Gulf states squeeze Qatar as US, Kuwait probe for solution to row

Saudi Arabia then cited the false item as part of its reason for instituting a diplomatic and economic blockade against Qatar , the report said. In an apparent sign of support, Turkey's Parliament will debate on Wednesday a bill that would allow deploying troops to a Turkish base in Qatar . Read More »

Youssef Zaghba, 3rd London attacker, named, British police say


Saturday's attacks - which in addition to the seven dead left dozens in need of hospital treatment, including 18 in a critical condition - came less than a week before Britons vote in a national election. Neighbors described Butt as an avid weightlifter and Transport for London confirmed he worked for London Underground in customer service before leaving last October. Read More »

Trump offers help to diffuse Gulf crisis


This [UAE approach] will jolt the system in Qatar , will bring numerous cooler heads, the wiser heads to prevail, they will bring this advice to the Amir of Qatar , to the government of Qatar and advice that here is a U-turn, a change course. Read More »

Northern Youth Leaders Defy El-Rufai, Meet Again


The call was immediately condemned by the Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai and the presidency. "Reckless disregard for the rights of other citizens drips through the press statement by these "northern youths" who have chosen to use the discourse around restructuring to promote their own agenda of hate, division and incitement". Read More »

No, Russian Hackers Aren't Behind the Qatar Crisis

The Russian embassy in Qatar also shrugged off the claims , saying the Qatari authorities had not contacted the embassy about it. The president's sharp critique of Qatar pulled the United States directly into a conflict that American diplomats had wanted the bickering parties to resolve among themselves. Read More »

'He's Killing Everybody' Woman Says As Utah Man Opens Fire


Moments after the driver picked them up, police said, the suspect used his auto to repeatedly ram the woman's vehicle. On Facebook, Jeremy Patterson said he's a body builder. The suspect lived in the nearby suburb of Draper, where neighbor Patricia Briennieson described him as a muscular man who looked like a body builder and had a mixed-martial arts sticker on the back window of his vehicle. Read More »

Noriega, US ally turned target, dies after decades in jail


Noriega's trial in 1991 was dubbed the drugs " trial of the century " by the US Drug Enforcement Administration and eventually saw him found guilty on eight counts and sentenced to 40 years in jail. Born Feb. 11, 1934, in Panama City, Noriega ruled the Central American nation from 1983 to 1989 and worked closely with the CIA for three decades. Extradited to Miami, Noriega served 20 years in a Florida prison for drug trafficking. Read More »

Director: 'Wonder Woman' a 'hero' for all

Magazine . Her collection began with her career almost 20 years ago, when she began keeping a Wonder Woman doll on her desk to remind herself that she was capable of being an entrepreneur. But the opening weekend for " Wonder Woman " is an achievement for female filmmakers and for the industry, says Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at comScore. Read More »

Iran attackers fought for Islamic State in Syria, Iraq: ministry


Gunmen in Tehran opened fire inside Iran's parliament building and near a shrine devoted to Ayatollah Khomeini, killing at least 12 people and injuring another 43, according to Iranian officials. " We grieve and pray for the innocent victims of the terrorist attacks in Iran, and for the Iranian people, who are going through such challenging times ", it said. Read More »

12-year-old crowned champion of Scripps National Spelling Bee


Ananya celebrated on stage after her victory with her parents and brother, with whom she said she plans to share some of her cash winnings. After the competition, she said, "It is like a dream come true". Yep, they wanted her to spell the nonsensical word that President Donald Trump tweeted out earlier this week . Vinay likes to volunteer because she likes to help people. Read More »

Saudi FM: 'Brother State' Qatar Must Act to End Crisis


A Qatari official said the rift was pushing Doha in the direction of leaving the six-state Gulf Cooperation Council, "with deep regret". Trump's broadside Tuesday against Qatar, which plays a major role in United States military efforts in the Mideast, arrived as an early-morning shock to United States officials. Read More »

States File Supreme Court Briefs to Reinstate Trump Travel Ban

The White House confirmed Monday afternoon that Trump has officially asked the Department of Justice to seek the expedited Supreme Court hearing he suggested in his tweet earlier in the day. But the president's next tweet contradicts to what Sanders said. The appellate court ruling specifically referenced Trump's stump speeches that called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States". Read More »

Trump claims credit for Arab countries cutting ties with Qatar

Qatar has released an initial report into the alleged hack of its state-run news agency, an incident which helped spark a diplomatic crisis between the energy-rich country and Arab nations. An annual phone call to mark the start of the holy Islamic month of Ramadan between Tamim and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on May 27 aggravated the situation further. Read More »

Nursery Worker In East London Slashed Amid 'Allah' Cries


Stevens said the woman had just left Wanstead station when she was set upon by the terrifying trio, whom she did not know. The victim was taken to an east London hospital for treatment before being discharged. You do not expect that something like that could happen in a nursery school, "said the nursery director". "We informed schools and early years providers of this incident and advised them to take precautions to keep children safe until we could clarify the situation". Read More »

Trump takes aim at key anti-ISIS ally Qatar in tweets


S&P Global, the worldwide ratings agency, reduced Qatar's credit rating to AA- from AA on Wednesday in the latest fallout from the decision by a group of Middle Eastern countries to cut diplomatic and trade ties, media reports said. While it is hard to predict the outcome of the crisis, Qatar could find itself in a position where a resolution can only be achieved if it publicly denounces groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood , apologises to its GCC neighbours and even apply changes to ... Read More »