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On Thunderbirds Jet In Ohio Accident Taken To Hospital


WHIO-TV said two people were initially trapped but one was removed from the plane. Heard pointed out that all weather conditions met Air Force requirements for flight and that Gonsalves is an experienced fighter pilot, with approximately 1,600 flight hours, in addition to considerable combat experience. Read More »

GOP senators now oppose health bill

Republicans will only need 50 votes to approve the measure, but already five conservatives have refused to pass the bill in its current form and several others remain undecided, leaving the fate of the healthcare overhaul unclear. "There are lots of frustrated senators saying they didn't like the process of writing this bill, [but] none of them saying they would use their power to do anything about it", says Zwillich. Read More »

Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting at congressional baseball practice


Peter King, R-Iowa; Newt Gingrich; Rush Limbaugh; and others to blame it on the left's harsh criticism of President Trump. This person was not authorized to speak publicly about the case and spoke on condition of anonymity. Sava said that Scalise's doctors "fully expect him to walk.and hopefully run" in the future. It includes photos of Scalise and his family. Two U.S. Read More »

Russian Federation activist Alexei Navalny barred from presidential election


In particular, the CIA had obtained intelligence from sources inside the Russian government by early August that captured the Russian leader's specific instructions to subordinates on the operation's objectives: disparage and seek to defeat the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton while helping to deliver the White House to Trump. Read More »

Russia's Putin: Top goal for journalists is 'do not offend'

On Friday, the Washington Post reported that the Obama administration had discussed ways of punishing Russian Federation for alleged interference in last year's presidential elections, which included cyber warfare. Trump on Friday questioned Obama´s response to the Russian hacking crisis. Obama ordered a review of Russia's actions and imposed new sanctions after the election. Read More »

South Korea finance minister vows to cooperate with U.S. on North Korea


Even a limited military strike could lead North Korea to attack Seoul with conventional weapons, with potentially catastrophic results. South Korea's top economic policymaker on Thursday held his first telephone conversation with his US counterpart and discussed ways to expand bilateral economic and financial cooperation, the finance ministry said. Read More »

Senate GOP weighing penalties for uninsured in healthcare bill

Both Paul and Cruz told reporters Thursday that they felt they could get to "yes" votes with tweaks to the proposal. Hit hardest, said Hoff, would be people on Medicaid as well as those who purchase individual health insurance plans. "For Wisconsin families struggling to get ahead, this repeal plan has no heart and people are scared that it will make things worse", Baldwin said. Read More »

Cuteness Alert! Ivanka Plays On White House Lawn With Arabella

Attorney general Jeff Sessions, sporting a short-sleeved collared shirt, smiled as he ate his dinner. Indeed, Trump frequently sends out streams of angry tweets early in the mornings, including several on Thursday lambasting the Democratic National Committee's handling of hacks during the 2016 election. Read More »

Senate GOP dissenters now up to five

Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer called the new Bill " heartless ", warning it would eventually cut Medicaid even more steeply than the House legislation, which slashes it by US$800 billion (S$1.1 trillion) over a decade. It would also slap annual spending caps on the overall Medicaid program, which since its inception in 1965 has provided states with unlimited money to cover eligible costs. Read More »

Saudi foils terror attack on Mecca's grand mosque

Saudi security forces shot dead a wanted man here on Friday and arrested several others, Al Arabiya TV reported. A suicide bomber, who was hiding in a house in the holy city, opened fire on security forces and refused to comply with calls to turn himself in. Read More »

In Georgia race, the GOP gets a victor


Thus did Democrats sharply cut the Republicans' 2016 margins in Kansas and Montana districts earlier this year. Republican Karen Handel declared victory in Georgia's 6th Congressional District with a promise that she'll work to gain the confidence of voters who backed her Democratic opponent. Read More »

Bill Cosby trial: Jury begins deliberations

The panel of seven men and five women began deliberating Monday evening, with Judge Steven T. O'Neill prepared to keep them working into the night. Cosby did not take the stand to testify during the case. His lawyers said in closing arguments Monday that Cosby is being prosecuted now because of a media firestorm after excerpts from his lurid deposition became public. Read More »

US, China Affirm North Korean Threat, Mattis Says

There had been "notable cooperation" from China , she said, citing its ban on North Korean coal imports. Ahead of the talks, President Donald Trump tweeted that Beijing's efforts to sway its wayward ally weren't working. -China Diplomatic and Security Dialogue. Tillerson called for increased efforts to curtail the North's illicit revenue streams of revenue that allegedly help fund its nuclear weapon and missile programs. Read More »

Senate AHCA Bill Draws Sharp Criticism from Medical Groups

They said the proposal doesn't meet the GOP promise to Americans "to repeal Obamacare and lower their health care costs", the Associated Press reported. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., criticized Republicans for drafting the bill in secret and for failing to address the concerns of Affordable Care Act opponents. Read More »

China, US Agree on 'Complete, Irreversible' Korean Denuclearization

According to data released online by China's General Administration of Customs on Saturday, imports from North Korea stood at 124 million dollars in May, down 31-point-six percent from the same period a year ago. China has backed the Kim dynasty since it took charge after the Korean War, in part to prevent having a US ally on its border. The recent North Korean missile test, as well as the nuclear threats to the U.S., will be one of the higher levels of discussions in the dialogue. Read More »

Palestinian killed upon stabbing attack at Israeli soldiers


A picture posted with his announcement shows construction vehicles digging up ground. The worldwide community considers all Jewish settlements in the West Bank illegal but Israel draws a distinction between those it sanctions and those it does not - so-called outposts. Read More »

Capito says she'll weigh plan impact on Medicaid

She'd just like the health insurance market to be stabilized so that companies wouldn't drop out and they can offer truly affordable prices on premiums, deductibles and co-pays. "When you take a step back and think about the size of these cuts, they are just unprecedented", said Dan Mendelson, president of Avalere Health, a consulting firm. Read More »

Trump Blasts Obama For Not Stopping Cyber Attacks


Due to the disparate methods of voting and cybersecurity enforcement in different parts of the USA, the risk to computer-related systems varies from county-to-county. The extent of interference by Russian hackers, and whether they or others could interfere in future elections, has been the source of speculation and media reports for months. Read More »

MSNBC Host Fudges Facts On Planned Parenthood


Does he think women in Colorado care about Planned Parenthood? While we appreciate the inclusion of language to redirect federal funds away from abortion groups like Planned Parenthood, the reality is that necessary pro-life protections in this bill will be stripped by the Senate Parliamentarian, as we have now publicly heard from two Senators . Read More »

Dems Fired Up To Fire Pelosi?


Democrats supportive of Pelosi have long argued that even if she stepped aside, Republicans would demonize any new leader the party elevated. In addition to mentioning her district, she stated that the attacks on her were due to her effectiveness and her abilities as a "master legislator" and "strategic, politically astute leader". Read More »