• GOP Rep. Pat Meehan Won't Seek Re-Election

    GOP Rep. Pat Meehan Won't Seek Re-Election

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    U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, an Ohio Republican and chairman of the National Republican Campaign Committee, offered this: "While I'm disappointed by the circumstances leading to Congressman Meehan's retirement, I thank him for his dedication to his district", Stivers wrote.
  • Donald Trump Will Visit The UK 'Later This Year,' Downing Street Announces

    Donald Trump Will Visit The UK 'Later This Year,' Downing Street Announces

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    Netanyahu specifically applauded Trump for the distrustful eye with which he has seen the point of interest atomic assention the US consulted with Iran, telling the president and the amassed media that Israel would "back all of you the way" should he choose to pull the USA from the understanding championed by Obama's White House .
  • Brexit: David Davis and Jacob Rees-Mogg spar over extending Article 50

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    These can not be described as "very modest changes", the person said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the subject is sensitive. "So instead of doing what we're normally doing in the trade negotiations - taking two divergent economies with low levels of trade and trying to bring them closer together to enhance that trade - we are taking two completely interconnected and aligned economies with high levels of trade between them, and selectively, moving them, hopefully very modestly, ...
  • Female journalists protest separation at Western Wall for Pence visit

    Female journalists protest separation at Western Wall for Pence visit

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    A report in the Jerusalem Post newspaper said the segregation was in keeping with Jewish tradition, however, female journalists said they were normally given an equal view for press visits. "We stand with Israel because your cause is our cause, your values are our values, and your fight is our fight", he said . However, for Lebanese journalist Elie Fayad, "the question everybody is asking now is this: Does this decision to transfer implicitly include an American decision to recognise ...
  • Senate Confirms Delmarva Native as Secretary of HHS

    Senate Confirms Delmarva Native as Secretary of HHS

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    Many Democrats rallied against Mr. Azar's nomination because of his previous experience as president of drugmaker Eli Lilly's US division, which they believe will limit his ability to reform prescription drug policy. Azar has said he would be obligated to make the Affordable Care Act work "as well as possible" if he became secretary. Azar opposes the ACA, which has led to criticism of his nomination from groups that support Obamacare.
  • Germany's anti-Muslim politician reverts to Islam, quits AfD party

    Germany's anti-Muslim politician reverts to Islam, quits AfD party

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    He believes it is a private affair, ' the party spokesman said. Edler said the AfD had "no issues" with Wagner having converted to Islam, despite the party's frequent warnings of an "Islamization" of the West. Originally formed as an anti-euro party in 2013, the AfD in recent times, has campaigned aggressively on an anti-immigrant, anti-Islam platform. Making plain that he hadn't stepped down because of his new religious affiliation, Wagner said that "there was no pressure" and that "it ...
  • Anti-LGBTQ governor voted religious freedom ambassador

    Anti-LGBTQ governor voted religious freedom ambassador

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    Brownback will resign as Governor of Kansas and be succeeded by Kansas Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer. Audio will be available later today . The White House nominated Governor Sam Brownback , who served in the Senate from 1996-2011, for the position in July of a year ago.
  • Officer shot and killed north of Denver; suspect at large

    Officer shot and killed north of Denver; suspect at large

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    Law enforcement agencies raced to Denver Health Medical Center to provide a procession as the deputy's body was moved to Adams County. "The entire Sheriff's Office is praying for the wife and family of our fallen deputy". You can donate at this link . The suspect again ran, and was later taken into custody. The suspects are possibly armed and unsafe. Anyone with information on the incident should immediately call deputies at 720-322-1313.
  • Vaping can lead teens to cigarette smoking

    Vaping can lead teens to cigarette smoking

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    David Eaton , the leader of the team that made the review , considers that E-Cigarettes reduce the risks of smoking-related diseases in adults but when it comes to kids and adolescents, E-Cigarettes are encouraging kids to smoke tobacco products.
  • Iran Dismisses US VP Pence's False Accusations

    Iran Dismisses US VP Pence's False Accusations

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    He said, "We have a team traveling - actually, they're coming to Europe....how we can address these flaws in the nuclear agreement . but also how can we cooperate more on countering Iran's activities that are not related to their nuclear program.
  • Russian Federation calls United States claims of Syria chemical attacks 'unacceptable'

    Russian Federation calls United States claims of Syria chemical attacks 'unacceptable'

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    Although the call appeared to have resolved little, the fact that it happened at all might be seen as a success, given the anger with which Russian officials reacted to Tillerson's chemical weapons allegations. In response, Russian Federation accused the US of promoting unverified reports about chemical weapons attacks in Syria in order to cloud Moscow's latest peace initiative.
  • Mike Pence's Israel Trip Has Degenerated Into a Glorified Photo Op

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    In a January 22 speech to the Knesset, Israel's national legislature, Pence confirmed that the usa government intends to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by the end of 2019. "The extremist positions of this US administration and the biblical messianic message of Pence not only disqualified the U.S.as a peace broker but created conditions of volatility and instability in the region and beyond", Ashrawi said in the West Bank city of Ramallah.
  • De Blasio skipping Trump meeting over DOJ's 'racist assault' on immigrants

    De Blasio skipping Trump meeting over DOJ's 'racist assault' on immigrants

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    In 2016, more than 1,000 people in New York City died of an opioid overdose, according to official data - the highest number on record. "We are deeply troubled by the prescription and illicit opioid abuse crisis, and are dedicated to being part of the solution", said John Puskar, a spokesman for Purdue Pharma L.P., one of the defendants in the NY litigation.
  • Pennsylvania congressman denies sexually harassing aide

    Pennsylvania congressman denies sexually harassing aide

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    Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said Wednesday on CNN's "New Day" that she first wants to see the results of an Ethics Committee investigation into U.S. "Sometimes I have the tendency to lash out to others on the staff", Meehan said, "and you go hardest on the ones that you care the most about".
  • USA rejects Venezuela's call for

    USA rejects Venezuela's call for "snap" presidential election

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    Maduro's ruling Socialist Party is rushing to hold the vote as soon as possible to take advantage of disarray in the ranks of the political opposition, which has struggled. It is unclear who from the fragmented opposition will stand against Maduro. "We do not recognise the national constituency assembly". In the last presidential elections, held in April 2013, months after Hugo Ch?vez died, Maduro defeated the opposition leader Henrique Capriles.