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How the Senate GOP health bill differs from the House bill and Obamacare  
Senate Republicans unveiled a "discussion draft" of their version of health care reform legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare Thursday morning, after setting aside the version of the bill the House passed last month. With only a slim Republican majority in the Senate, any dissent in the GOP could lead to the failure of the legislation, known as the Better Care Act. Five Republican senators h

President ‘T’ blasts Obama on Russia election meddling in Twitter ramble  
Another Saturday, another President Trump tweetstorm. Trump fired off a series of posts ripping former President Obama’s response to Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. “Since the Obama Administration was told way before the 2016 Election that the Russians were meddling, why no action?” Trump wrote at about 4:30 p.m. “Focus on them, not T!” Roughly 15 minutes later, the President was at it

From Worse to Bad on Health Care  
THE Obamacare replacement that the House sent to the Senate might as well have had a note scrawled across its pages: Save us from ourselves. And the Senate bill, which just emerged from Mitch McConnell’s underground laboratories into the light of day, does indeed improve upon the House’s bill in several important ways. But is that enough to make the new version an electoral winner for Republicans?

President Trump, Meet This 2-Year-Old  
RIVERCESS COUNTY, Liberia — He’s a 2-year-old boy named Sunday Dahn, lying in a coma in a rural health center with cerebral malaria. Even if Sunday survives, he may suffer permanent brain damage. In Washington, we’ll see debates about President Trump’s proposal to slash humanitarian aid, and politicians will emerge as winners or losers depending on the outcome. But the real winners and losers are

Fifth GOP Senator Opposes Health Care Bill  
(WASHINGTON) — Nevada Republican Dean Heller became the fifth GOP senator to declare his opposition to the party's banner legislation to scuttle much of Barack Obama's health care overhaul on Friday, more than enough to sink the measure and deliver a stinging rebuke to President Donald Trump unless some of them can be brought aboard. Echoing the other four, Heller said he opposes the measure "in t

Bernie Sanders headlining 'don't take our health care' rallies in three states  
Sen. Bernie Sanders is headlining a "don't take our health care" rally tonight in Pittsburgh as a first stop on a three-state tour to mobilize opposition to the Senate health care bill, which the Vermont senator has called "by far the most harmful piece of legislation I have seen in my lifetime." Sanders teamed up with progressive advocacy organization MoveOn.org to hold rallies this weekend in Pi

Southwest China landslide buries 120 people  
A landslide caused huge rocks and a mass of earth to crash down on the village of Xinmo in Southwest China, burying 120 people early Saturday, the Associated Press reported. A cluster of 62 homes and a hotel was buried by the landslide, which spanned one mile of road. An official leading the rescue efforts told state broadcast China Central Television that it was the worst landslide to hit the are

Trump Starts to Jawbone Possible Republican Health-Bill Holdouts  
(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump pressured the handful of Republican senators who may be planning to vote against Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan to overhaul Obamacare, days before the Senate is likely to begin debate on the measure. “I cannot imagine that these very fine Republican Senators would allow the American people to suffer a broken ObamaCare any longer!” Trump said Saturday a

Men Don’t Want to Be Nurses. Their Wives Agree.  
It seems like an easy fix. Traditionally male factory work is drying up. The fastest-growing jobs in the American economy are those that are often held by women. Why not get men to do them? The problem is that notions of masculinity die hard, in women as well as men. It’s not just that men consider some of the jobs that will be most in demand — in health care, education and administration — to be

Senate Investigating Loretta Lynch's Alleged Interference in Hillary Clinton Email Probe  
Senate Judiciary Committee leaders on Friday said they are seeking information about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch's alleged interference in Hillary Clinton's private email investigation. The bipartisan group is inquiring about Lynch's communication with Clinton campaign aide Amanda Renteria — whom Lynch reportedly assured that the FBI's investigation wouldn't "go too far" — as well as doc

Nabra Hassanen and the Lost Innocence of Ramadan IHOP Nights  
I can’t recall a Ramadan in America during my teens and 20s when I didn’t meet my Muslims friends at IHOP at 3 a.m. In the wee hours of the morning, over pancakes, eggs and steak, we’d get together for suhoor, the meal Muslims share before fasting during the holy month. It’s an all-American Ramadan ritual. I’ve had suhoor at an IHOP in every United States city I’ve lived in: New York; Washington;

Cyberattack targets British Parliamentary email accounts  
June 24 (UPI) --Hackers have targeted both houses of British Parliament in an effort to gain entry into members' email accounts. The British House of Commons confirmed the cyberattack on Saturday, tweeting from its press office account that the body had "discovered unauthorised attempts to access accounts of parliamentary network users." "Parliament has robust measures in place to protect all of o

Trump’s Washington News of the Week: Health Care Bill, Karen Handel and James Comey  
Worried that you missed an important political story this week? You’re not alone. Catch up on a busy week of news from the Trump administration. Make sure you get the most important news, delivered directly to your inbox, by signing up for our Morning Briefing newsletter. • The New York Times reported that Republican members of Congress are quietly advancing what appears to be a foreign policy at

A campaign to eliminate plastic straws is sucking in thousands of converts  
It started so innocently. A kid ordered a soda in a restaurant. “It came with a plastic straw in it,” Milo Cress recalled. He glared at the straw for a while. “It seemed like such a waste.” Not only did Cress yank the plastic from his drink, but he also launched a campaign, “Be Straw Free,” targeting all straws as needless pollution. He knocked on the doors of restaurants in Burlington, Vt., where

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