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Mulvaney: Senate Shouldn't 'Move On' Until Health Care Gets Done


Don't give up Republican Senators, the World is watching: Repeal & Replace...and go to 51 votes (nuke option), get Cross State Lines & more. In a Sunday interview with CNN's Jake Tapper , Mulvaney said that he thinks Gen. It is failing. It is hurting people. "You do have ObamaCare, it is failing, it is hurting people, so not to change it allows that go forward", Mulvaney said. Read More »

La Liga to report PSG over FFP

Barcelona has been unwilling to negotiate the transfer, which forces PSG to pay the release fee to acquire the player. "We are going to present it immediately", Tebas said to Mundo Deportivo . Bartomeu added: "He has a contract for the coming four years and, of course, we count on him". "He was angry with me and told me he didn't understand". Read More »

ObamaCare repeal collapse could lead to higher prices, fewer options for consumers


Assurances don't look to be coming anytime soon. House leadership called on the Senate to try again, and President Donald Trump tweeted that Republicans could let the ACA " implode " and then attempt to reach a "deal" with Democrats . Could it be that Democrats and some Republicans won't vote for GOP health reform because they don't want to lose the gravy in "Obamacare"? Trump is undermining Obamacare with weakened enforcement of the individual mandate , the Times argued, saying, ... Read More »

(NASDAQ:ADP) Touching Most Active List


The stock increased 1.51% or $1.75 during the last trading session, reaching $117.38. Motco holds 0.54% of its portfolio in Automatic Data Processing (NASDAQ: ADP ) for 47,208 shares. If you are viewing this piece on another site, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of USA & worldwide copyright and trademark laws. BMO Capital Markets restated an "outperform" rating on shares of Automatic Data Processing in a research note on Friday. Read More »

President Trump tries to get to Mueller through Sessions

However, Ruddy acknowledged "I know some people don't feel that because of the very bitter campaign that was waged and the harsh media attacks that are going on against him". These insults came days after Trump told The New York Times that he regretted nominating Sessions due to his recusal from the investigation into Russian election interference. Read More »

FP1 - Ricciardo heads Raikkonen in Hungary


That penalty would cost Verstappen the chance to challenge for the race win and after finishing fifth, the 19-year-old held his hand up for causing the incident. Ricciardo got ahead of Verstappen at the start of the race, but Dutchman misjudged his attempt to get back past him at Turn 3, locking his tyres up as he slid into the Australian. Read More »

Priebus says Trump sought a different direction


In a pull-no-punches, impromptu CNN interview that he said was authorized by the president, Anthony Scaramucci went after chief of staff Reince Priebus in graphic terms. The shake-up follows the abrupt resignation of White House press secretary Sean Spicer one week ago. Priebus accompanied Trump to NY state for an event Friday, but entered a separate auto after exiting Air Force One that then pulled away from Trump's motorcade. Read More »

PTI celebrates Nawaz ouster at Islamabad rally today


A giant screen has been set up in front of the main stage. Lighting and sound system has been installed to activate and trigger the PTI workers' emotions. As many as 1,600 security personnel are expected to be deployed to maintain security of the gathering. For the said goal, PTI had sought permission from the deputy commissioner Islamabad and requested to hold a rally at their desired spot. Read More »

US President Donald Trump's tweets reveal John Kelly's post doomed from start


The speech was billed as a chance for Trump to press his strategy for combating violent gangs he says are populated by immigrants from Central American countries, most notably, the transnational gang MS-13. "He is an accomplished, competent leader". President Donald Trump replaced his White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus on Friday, installing retired General John Kelly in his place. Read More »

Dog finds help for girls struck by lightning


The girls, ages 8 and 16, were camping with relatives near Big Flat in the Beaver Mountains as part of a family reunion with attendees from Payson and Mapleton. They were later flown to hospitals in Salt Lake City, about 200 miles (321 kilometers) north of Beaver. The National Weather Service's Randy Graham told Desert News that the higher elevation increases the chances of a lightning strike. Read More »

Arsenal doctors visit Alexis Sanchez to confirm sickness

Under further questioning about the timing of the 28-year-old's latest Instagram post, Wenger denied there was anything for him to read into. Bayern Munich , Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have all been suggested as possible destinations, with rumour at an all-time high following the player's comments to the Chilean press about a desire to play Champions League football. Read More »

Plane Crash in Danbury Injuries 3 Passengers, 1 Critical


Mayor Mark Boughton said on Twitter that three people were injured and taken to Danbury Hospital. A spokesperson for the FAA said that a Cessna 172S crashed after taking off around 10:25 a.m. Danbury Fire Department and paramedics are also at the crash scene. The FAA and the NTSB is investigating to determine the cause of the crash. We will provide additional details when available. Read More »

John Kelly, Retired Four-Star General in Line with Trump

As the tweet began to reverberate around Washington , Priebus exited Air Force One into the pouring rain and loaded into a black suburban with senior White House aides Steven Miller and Dan Scavino. According to CNN, Priebus gave his resignation Thursday. In a highly unusual arrangement, Trump said at the outset that Priebus and chief strategist Steve Bannon would serve as "equal partners" in implementing his agenda. Read More »

Daniel Ricciardo quickest again in tight FP2


Ricciardo began the weekend's running in the best possible way with his 1:18.486 on the super-soft tyre was two tenths of a second quicker than Kimi Raikkonen in second and more than half a second faster than Lewis Hamilton . That move did not come off, and Ricciardo was able to go down the outside of Verstappen to take fourth on the exit of the corner. "I was especially struggling with the rear end of the auto", Bottas said. Read More »

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas "very good health"


Abbas, 82, underwent cardiac catheterization , a procedure in which a thin plastic tube is inserted into the heart, for the removal of heart or vein blockages last October. Abbas has thus far not appointed a successor, setting the stage for what many believe will be a bitter power struggle after his tenure. Abbas was elected president in 2005 for what was supposed to be a four-year term. Read More »

Gainesville Police rejection of Trump comment goes viral on Twitter


But he had never before, as president, given his blessing to the casual injuring of criminal suspects. If you measure the gang's threat by recruitment, more recent Department of Justice figures say it has about 6,000 members nationwide (though, I was told several times that counting gang members is an imperfect science). Read More »

Donald Trump has a new chief of staff: Who is John Kelly?


Scaramucci was named the White House communications director a week ago after Sean Spicer resigned as press secretary. An ongoing public fighting between Scaramucci and Priebus had dominated the headlines in recent days. So a staff shake-up of the sort that Trump tweeted out Friday afternoon is the ordinary solution to a White House in trouble - but this is no ordinary White House problem. Read More »

Trump pushes out chief of staff Reince Priebus


Since entering the White House six months ago, Trump has parted company with his national security advisor, deputy national security advisor, Federal Bureau of Investigation director, press secretary, communications director, acting attorney general, deputy chief of staff and now chief of staff, a turnover of top officials that is unparalleled in USA political history. Read More »

Iniesta urges Neymar to stay at Barcelona

It would be tied before the break, though, on a rampage by midfielder Mateo Kovacevic in the 14th minute, and then a strike from 21-year-old Marco Asensio that involved a handsome setup from Kovacevic that eluded Barca's Jordi Alba in the 36th minute. Read More »

Sentence upheld for soldier who killed Palestinian


The court rejected an appeal by IDF soldier Elor Azaria, who was sentenced to prison for killing a wounded terrorist . Azaria was sentenced in February after he was convicted for killing an injured terrorist in March 2016 lying on the ground in Hebron after he had stabbed an IDF soldier minutes earlier, but who already was neutralized before Azaria arrived on the scene. Read More »

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea's missile launch


On Saturday, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said the whole USA mainland was now within the range of the newly-tested guided missile, an updated version of the Hwasong-14 ICBM that flew as far as 998 kilometers for some 47 minutes at a maximum altitude of 3,724.9 kilometers. Read More »

Donald Trump threatens to end health insurance payments unless Obamacare is overhauled


Mackowiak said the threats could be a warning to Democrats eager to attempt to pass a bipartisan Obamacare bill and take advantage of Republicans' failure to repeal the 7-year-old act. Thus, if a government requirement for persons to have health insurance - the individual mandate - were to be repealed, that would be considered by the CBO for scoring, but not the effect of incentives for persons to buy insurance like tax credits and health savings accounts. Read More »

Toppled Reading Primark crane upright again


Reading Council has re-homed 49 people, with other residents preferring to arrange to stay with friends and family. A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: 'Thames Valley Police was called to the scene in West Street at 1.52pm. Road closures are still in place at West Street and Cheapside, Oxford Road between West Street and Cheapside, and the junction of Friar Street, West Street, St Mary's Butts and Oxford Road. Read More »

IL suspends operation of 12 rides after deadly OH accident


Agriculture Department spokesman Mark Bruce said Friday that 28 rides were cleared to resume operations Friday afternoon. Rides at the Ohio State Fair's Kiddieland and some elsewhere in the amusement park reopened Friday with the OK of inspectors two days after the governor shut them all down following a thrill ride malfunction that killed a teen who had recently enlisted in the Marines. Read More »