• US Republican Meadows says not given up on healthcare overhaul
US Republican Meadows says not given up on healthcare overhaul

But the American Health Care Act faced stiff and growing opposition from the time that it was introduced on March 6, with the chorus of moderate and conservative members of the GOP coming out against it growing. 'I listened very respectfully to what the president had to say. President Trump even said he wanted to tackle that first, before he go...

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  • Hundreds feared dead in the Mediterranean Sea
Hundreds feared dead in the Mediterranean Sea

Spokeswoman Laura Lanuza also said each boat usually holds 120 people. The rescue boat belongs to the Spanish charity organization Proactiva Open Arms that seeks to provide the necessary help to migrants. Frank Laczko, head of the group's migration research division, said: "I think we are still quite shocked by the figures". "Those incidents co...

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  • Modi emphasises digital transactions in his monthly 'Mann ki Baat'
Modi emphasises digital transactions in his monthly 'Mann ki Baat'

By the year 2020, when the country celebrates 75 years of Independence, we will generate 175 giga watts of energy from renewable sources, the Prime Minister said. He highlighted the basic aim is to ensure proper care of the newborn, the future citizen of India from the time of birth. "But it is true that if 125 crore Indians resolve, and decide to ...

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  • Ireland lament 'big loss' as Coleman has surgery on broken leg
Ireland lament 'big loss' as Coleman has surgery on broken leg

Ireland, who lost star midfielder James McCarthy before kick-off as well as a number of others during the week, were keen to play a physical game and they executed it to perfection. Ireland's next World Cup qualifier is at home to Austria on June 11, with only the group winners guaranteed a place at Russian Federation 2018. Martin O'Neill's men l...

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  • Kuldeep Yadav Used Shane Warne Advice to Torment Australia in Dharamsala
Kuldeep Yadav Used Shane Warne Advice to Torment Australia in Dharamsala

With India skipper Virat Kohli's shoulder injury grabbing all attention heading into the deciding Test, the Indian team management delivered a master stroke by including Kuldeep as the third spinner. As wickets kept falling, it was clear that it will be upon Smith to get a daddy-hundred and help them get a 350-plus score. Wicketkeeper Matthew W...

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  • The internet is now shipping Mindy Kaling and Cory Booker
The internet is now shipping Mindy Kaling and Cory Booker

It was all some harmless fun that Booker seemed to be on board with, tweeting at Kaling he thought it was amusing but had to politely disagree about the diss of the city he was once the mayor of. Thanks for the love. And if the (love) is really mutual, come have dinner with me in Newark? "@VogueMagazine & I disagree", Booker tweeted, adding, "I s...

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  • Seamus Coleman breaks leg in Ireland game
Seamus Coleman breaks leg in Ireland game

Responding to questions about his team's physicality, Coleman, the Wales manager, said: "Ireland's players do not have halos over their heads". Coleman was carried off the field on a stretcher and taken to a hospital after the 69th-minute challenge by Neil Taylor, who was shown a straight red card.

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  • Comet Ping Pong Gunman Pleads Guilty To Weapons Charges
Comet Ping Pong Gunman Pleads Guilty To Weapons Charges

The FBI has determined the rumors were groundless. Sentences on the charges could run either consecutively or concurrently. Prosecutors and the defense team have agreed that Welch faces a likely range of 18 to 24 months in prison for the federal charge and 18 to 60 months for the local offense under the applicable sentencing guidelines.

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  • Trains Sideswipe at NYC Station, No Injuries Reported
Trains Sideswipe at NYC Station, No Injuries Reported

The Amtrak train was carrying 300 passengers and derailed between the north Tube and Penn Station, however was still able to pull in upright, according to WNBC, citing a source. Two people reportedly sustained minor injuries, and Amtrak described the incident as minor. "As we were exiting the train, we were walking through the café auto and two...

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  • Is Virat Kohli the Donald Trump of Cricket?
Is Virat Kohli the Donald Trump of Cricket?

Same process applies for me as it does for other members in the team. There's no special treatment for anyone. Addressing mediapersons on the eve of the final Test, a confident Kohli said,"If I am 100 per cent fit, I will take the field".

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  • DASHCAM: Michigan trooper attacked while making arrest
DASHCAM: Michigan trooper attacked while making arrest

Trooper Garry Guild was attempting to stop a motorcycle on USA 31 near the IN border when it sped away, according to WXYZ-TV. Dash-cam footage shows Barber traveling at speeds greater than 90 miles per hour in an attempt to evade Guild. A man gets out and runs toward the trooper to pull him off Barber. According to WXYZ , Jerry Burnham and his...

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  • UCF free throws with 1.2 seconds left sink Redbirds in NIT
UCF free throws with 1.2 seconds left sink Redbirds in NIT

The hope was that Illinois would have a simple drive to Redbird Arena for a showdown with neighboring Illinois State. UCF reached the quarterfinals by defeating Colorado 79-74 at home in the first round and taking down top seeded Illinois State 63-62 in Normal, Ill., last night in second round action.

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  • The Next Legal Marijuana State? Illinois Considers Recreational Marijuana Bill
The Next Legal Marijuana State? Illinois Considers Recreational Marijuana Bill

Sale and use of recreational marijuana is now legal in seven states and Washington, D.C. IL began its medical marijuana pilot program in 2013. The bill also calls for marijuana to be regulated in similar ways as alcohol, thus requiring purchasers to show proof of age, sales to anyone under 21 would be illegal, driving under the influence would rema...

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  • GOP lawmaker: Trump communications may have been 'monitored'
GOP lawmaker: Trump communications may have been 'monitored'

United States spies, per Nunes, hadn't intentionally targeted the Trump team, but instead acquired some information about them over the course of normal activities. Nunes said, explicitly, that "there was not a physical wiretap of Trump Tower". Nunes didn't specify any officials, aside from Trump, whose communications were collected.

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  • Sears expresses doubt about survival
Sears expresses doubt about survival

At this time, Sears has total liabilities of $13.2 billion. Adjusted for one-time charges, its loss was $887 million. The most recent statement from Sears is another sign of the brutal restructuring of traditional retail companies. Landlords are now looking at splitting up Target locations for multiple retailers, rather than replacing Target with...

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  • Deaths From Breast Implant-Linked Cancer: FDA
Deaths From Breast Implant-Linked Cancer: FDA

Food and Drug Administration is now investigating 350 other cases of silicone and saline implants associated with this rare type of cancer. Apparently, these deaths were not triggered by breast cancer, but by anaplastic large-cell lymphoma, a rare malignancy of the immune system.

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  • Turtle that swallowed 1000 coins dies
Turtle that swallowed 1000 coins dies

The unusual mass of metal had cracked her shell, making the initial seven-hour operation necessary. "She at least had the chance to swim freely and eat happily before she passed" said Dr. She was said to have been doing well after that surgery but developed blood poisoning at the weekend, which doctors said was the cause of death. Many coins had ...

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  • GOP struggles on health care
GOP struggles on health care

Just in case you might desire to change your gender someday, for instance, you'd be covered for the necessary surgery -- and get to pay for it in your insurance premium today. This may be a business to them, but it's life or death to most of us. Under Obamacare, many have learned that possessing a health insurance card isn't the same as actually ...

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  • New Drug Lowers Heart Attack Risk
New Drug Lowers Heart Attack Risk

According to some reports, Amgen may go even further and is considering options, such as offering a refund for any patient that has a heart attack . Evolocumab is a human monoclonal antibody that works by blocking a protein that reduces the liver's ability to remove LDL cholesterol from the blood, called PCSK9.

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  • Wow! Michigan stuns Louisville 73-69, headed to Sweet 16
Wow! Michigan stuns Louisville 73-69, headed to Sweet 16

Few have had a better game in the 2017 NCAA tourney than Wagner did today. The Cardinals finish the year with a 25-9 record . Following the break, Irvin stuck a pair of his patented mid-range jumpers to get back within three on two occasions, including at 49-46 with 11:45 remaining.

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