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Trump reaches out to make more deals with democrats


President Trump is of the opinion that DACA violates the USA constitution on executive power and has refused to extend the order that was issued by his predecessor Barack Obama . Veterans of past House efforts to negotiate a bipartisan deal on immigration reform, are also on board. Legal experts have said court challenges to Trump's decision could face an uphill battle because a president typically has wide authority in implementing immigration policy. Read More »

6 dead at Florida nursing home after Irma knocks out power


All substations and 1K+ main power lines restored. The overall death toll from Irma climbed to 81 on Wednesday, with several hard-hit Caribbean islands accounting for more than half the fatalities, and officials continued to assess damage inflicted by the second major hurricane to strike the US mainland this year. Read More »

Suu Kyi working to get aid to Rohingya: US Senate leader McConnell


Bangladesh has been overwhelmed by the exodus and struggling to house the refugees in the shelters being built with assistance from United Nations and other global organisations. "There are elephants in the forest, close to the place where many Rohingya refugees are clearing forest to make huts", police official Chailau Murma told Reuters . Read More »

NFL Week 2: 5 biggest winners from Sunday's action


Both the Raiders and Chiefs are off to 2-0 starts. In a clash where the main story was how Rams head coach Sean McVay would handle hosting his old team, Jared Goff didn't disappoint until the very end. The 6-2 Josh Doctson, targeted just once, has yet to catch a pass this season. If the flags hadn't been thrown, Gurley would have had around 66 rushing yards. Read More »

Florida Keys re-open after punishing Hurricane Irma


Rick Scott ordered nursing homes and assisted living facilities Saturday to obtain generators and the fuel necessary to run them within 60 days. "I think they did the right thing". The complaint further contends that the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills should have known that the storm would cause a power outage, and that if that happened "the temperature inside the facility would be unsafe and dangerous" for its more than 150 residents. Read More »

Cardinals, Colts have old kickers

I've been impressed in the short amount of time that he's been here. "I was like, 'I don't know". - After watching the preseason, I really thought the Cardinals had solved all their major problems. Nelson to make it 13-10. David Johnson rushed for just 23 yards before suffering a wrist injury that landed him on the short-term IR. Kerwynn Williams will have to fill in for the time being, but he had just 10 rushing yards on five carries last week. Read More »

Vikings QB will play vs. Steelers


The last contest between the two was at Wembley Stadium in London and the Vikings won 34-27 with Matt Cassel at quarterback. The Vikings won three in a row from October, 1964 to November, 1969. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger , wide receiver Antonio Brown , and running back Le'Veon Bell are all reasons why Minnesota's defense/special teams should take the week off. Read More »

Texans Desperate For A Bounce Back Win In Cincinnati On Thursday Night


Tom Savage had to go into damage control mode this week after his agent blasted the Houston Texans for benching him in last Sunday's 29-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars . No Bengals team has made the playoffs after starting 0-2. The Texans were bad on both sides of the ball, and need to get into shape in a hurry if they want to contend for the division. Read More »

White cop acquitted in death of a black man, violent protests ensue


The city - police and schools, among others - braced itself for protests after the the verdict was announced. He is then seen going back to Smith's auto and entering the vehicle twice for several moments. The St Louis Metropolitan Police Department initially deemed the killing justifiable. Smith had a 1-year-old daughter when he died. Fans who had purchased tickets for the Saturday night performance inside St. Read More »

Paul Ryan: 'There is no agreement' between Trump and Democrats on DACA

Meanwhile, Trump was addressing the DACA negotiations during a visit to Florida to meet with victims of Hurricane Irma and said Dreamers would have no path. But Bannon, who kept a tally of Trump's campaign promises in his West Wing office, was pushed out this summer as part of Kelly's takeover of the White House. Read More »

ObamaCare Repeal Is Dead: Here Are The 2 Big Winners


Sen. Lindsey Graham is among the lawmakers introducing a last-ditch Obamacare repeal bill on Wednesday. While the final whistle hasn't blown, it seems pretty clear that two big winners have emerged from the Republicans' defeat: Bernie Sanders and his vision of Medicare for all, and - if stock prices are an accurate gauge - the health insurance industry. Read More »

Singtel, M1, StarHub launch website for iPhone 8, iPhone X smartphones

Here are three options. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be available on Sept 22 in Singapore, starting from $1,148 (64GB, without contract) for the iPhone 8 and from $1,308 (64GB, without contract) for the iPhone 8 Plus . For the rest of it, the iPhone 8 is pretty similar to the 7. Apple announced a new version of Apple TV with 4K capabilities. Another survey done before the launch by Creative Strategies and SurveyMonkey had said 21 percent consumers would buy the costlier ... Read More »

Dead, Others Injured in Washington High School Shooting


Now the family is asking for help in their time of loss. The identity of the suspect has not been released. According to Great Schools , there are 327 students enrolled at Freeman. "It sounds like he tried to walk up and tell him, "I'm not, this isn't what you want to do", the sheriff said. The shooting reportedly happened in a freshman hallway on the second floor. Read More »

Aid agencies must step up 'massively' to help Rohingya Muslims


Critics have called for the Nobel laureate to be stripped of her peace prize amid reports of "ethnic cleansing" against Rohingya Muslim's in Myanmar's Rakhine state. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday visited a Rohingya refugee camp, along with a delegation in Kutupalong. Instead, the State Department has called for a de-escalation of tensions between security forces and Rohingya militias, and urged Myanmar's government to expand access to humanitarian aid groups and ... Read More »

McCarthy, Ryan Meet With Top Dems To Talk DACA

Get immigration opponents on the record, and let them face the wrath of most Americans, who want to embrace these good young people and make them officially our own. Ryan (R-Wis.) and other House leaders to discuss the same legislation. Now, Congress has the hot potato in their lap and hopefully this time they can achieve bi-partisan support to pass the needed legislation. Read More »

Trump to visit Florida Thursday after Hurricane Irma


Roads and airports are cleared but largely restricted to transporting rescuers and relief supplies. Florida had three deaths. After flying over the Keys on Monday, the governor described overturned mobile homes , washed-ashore boats and other damage. Read More »

UN Security Council approves new North Korea sanctions


On a recent visit to the Chinese border with North Korea , several Chinese traders told Reuters the Chinese government is strictly enforcing United Nations sanctions to the point that some businesses that rely on trade with North Korea have already gone bankrupt or traders have had to start trading in non-sanctioned goods. Read More »

Irma weakens into a tropical depression; full scale of destruction still uknown


Hurricane Irma made a landfall on Marco Island off Florida's west coast as a Category four storm early on Sunday morning and tore through the area with winds of about 192 km per hour . "As the storm approaches from the south, places like Tampa and Port Charlotte are getting strong winds out of the northeast", CNN meteorologist Judson Jones said of the phenomenon. Read More »

President Trump wants lawmakers to 'move fast' on taxes


After almost eight months of enjoying majorities in both the House and the Senate and maintaining the White House , Republicans have failed to pass most of the key legislative agenda items that they and President Donald Trump campaigned on in 2016. Read More »

Juncker: No new member in EU by 2019


However, delivering the annual State of the Union address in Brussels today, Mr Juncker said the EPPO could also help in "fighting terrorism". Where all Member States firmly respect the rule of law. The 62-year-old has two years left in office as head of the EU's powerful executive arm to ensure that his legacy is not limited to the departure of one of the European Union's largest member states. Read More »

Clinton points to Comey intervention, 'sexism,' in 2016 loss

Clinton also said Sunday that she will not pursue the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. The losing USA presidential candidate also takes a swipe at former POTUS Barrack Obama, who endorsed her candidacy, for supposedly failing to come up with a stronger televised response to the reported Russian meddling in the elections. Read More »

Some in Florida Return Home; Trump Says Irma Damage Worse Than Thought


Residents have been allowed to return to some islands in the hurricane-hit Florida Keys as officials try to piece together the scope of Irma's destruction and rush aid to the drenched and debris-strewn state. Silagy also said that repairs to restore power could take days and rebuilding the electric system could take weeks. Irma was ranked at the rare top end of the scale of hurricane intensity, a Category 5, for days, and carried maximum sustained winds of up to 295 kmph when it crashed into ... Read More »

Several deaths blamed on Irma as storm lashes Keys


Much of the Tampa area, whose population is about four million, is built right on the water (as you can see on the below map ). Some models have the storm crossing the line between Lake and Orange counties, slightly west of Orlando, before its expected turn back through Marion County and the city of Ocala. Read More »