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Trump's White House has a new press team


President Trump said, "Anthony is a person I have great respect for, and he will be an important addition to this Administration". The 53-year-old soft-speaking NY financier told two American news networks that the administration needed to deliver its message a "little bit differently". Read More »

CBO says Obamacare repeal to leave 32 mln uninsured by 2026


On Wednesday, Trump used a combination of humor and thinly veiled threats to pressure wavering senators. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's repeal-and-replace plan has failed to muster enough votes, and his and Mr. The way I looked at it, we have no Democrat help. The Republican effort has also been complicated by the absence of Republican Senator John McCain, who has been diagnosed with brain cancer and has been in his home state of Arizona weighing treatment options. Read More »

Williams Strike the Difference, as Jamaica Tops Canada 2-1


Panama started just five players from the opening lineup for the 0-0 tie at Costa Rica in a World Cup qualifier on June 8 and Los Ticos four. We can't be too comfortable with where we are and I think we demand more from these players. squad is on a 12-match unbeaten run since he replaced Jurgen Klinsmann as coach with seven wins and five drawn, but figures to get a tough test from the Ticos on Saturday at AT&T Stadium in suburban Dallas, Texas . Read More »

The Open: Rory McIlroy laments missed opportunity

Spieth shot five under par on Saturday to improve to 11 under on the tournament. I'm ecstatic - McIlroy Four-time major victor McIlroy had been five over par after six holes in his first round, but he did not record another bogey until the 13th hole of his second round. Read More »

Spieth gives himself nine out of 10 in British Open


Spieth only hit 36% of fairways, but he produced some magnificent iron shots and putted superbly. As a result, Sunday could be about hanging on more than going low, and that sets the stage for a very big Saturday. If so, a lot of the credit goes to Fitzgerald. The bounce was back in the Northern Irishman's stride, and the roars from the crowds clinging to the dunes like seabirds on cliffs helped boost the McIlroy mojo. Read More »

IN unemployment falls to 3 percent, sixth lowest in country


The state's total unemployment rate increased to 4.3% in June from the May rate of 4.2%, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced Thursday. The Lincoln area saw its workforce numbers grow in June compared with June 2016, with 1,260 more people employed and almost 700 fewer unemployed. KEY DRIVERS: After a weak start this year, the economy is expected to grow at roughly 2 percent. Read More »

The Ole Miss Football Coach Resigned After Allegedly Calling An Escort Service


By the end of a 2-10 '11 season, Ole Miss leaders were so fed up with Nutt that they fired him and Pete Boone, the AD who hired him. "We initially attributed this call to a misdialed number. The phone call in the report occurred in January of 2016. "There is no story to that one". Everyone wondered how Freeze had attracted recruits on the order of R. Read More »

England sneak past South Africa to reach WWC final


Her knock laid the foundations for South Africa , allowing Mignon du Preez to push on and score a half-century of her own, eventually finishing top-scorer with 76. Earlier, Chetty was sent back by a brilliant piece of glovework by Taylor, her opposite number. When Katherine Brunt was bowled by South African pacer Moseline Daniels , England was in a precarious position of 173 runs for the loss of six wickets at the end of 43 overs. Read More »

West Nile-associated death reported in Tarrant County


Most human West Nile virus infections are mild, but a small number of people become very sick. "We can actually target the activity period of the mosquito with the aircraft and treat a fairly large area at the same time". When the pesticide is properly used, it poses no significant risks to human health. "Wear light-coloured, long-sleeved shirts, jackets, long trousers, hats and socks when outside, especially between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active". Read More »

GOP Healthcare Bill Dead After Two More Republicans Bail, so Now What?


The Republican healthcare bill has been blocked by two GOP senators who have announced they will not support it in a critical vote expected next week. "If we're not successful now I assume we'll keep trying, but at some point if Democrats won't participate in the process then we're going to have to come up with a different plan", he explained. Read More »

Changes expected in the telecommunications sector — Renegotiation of NAFTA


Congress must approve any major changes to NAFTA that Trump decides to make. "You're inevitably setting yourself up for failure if that's your goal". Among other things, the Trump administration wants better access for US agricultural exports, freer trade in telecommunications and online purchases and an overhaul of the dispute resolution mechanism. Read More »

Australian woman shot and killed by police officer in Minneapolis


The couple were due to get married next month, the paper reported . Damond's family told the paper she'd called 911 earlier that night to report a possible assault behind her house. "It is hard to fathom how to go forward without her in my life". "I hope and pray this is a wake-up call for the community to stop being divided by race and socioeconomic status ... Read More »

UAE Hacked Qatar, Sparking Gulf Crisis — US Intelligence


Qatar has called the alleged hacking of its state news agency by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) "a violation of worldwide law". So, why now? It may have had something to do with Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia in May, in which he praised Saudi leaders for fighting terrorism, urged a crackdown against terrorist financing, and gave a strongly anti-Iran speech in the capital of Iran's arch-enemy. Read More »

Romano: Cruz Amendment a game-changer on health care

But it also holds onto more of the structure put in place by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. But critics including the insurance industry say it would split the sick and the healthy, leading to unsustainably high premiums for people with medical problems and pre-existing conditions, who may get priced out of the market unless taxpayers bail them out. Read More »

Trump family's changing stories on Russian Federation


Attorney Paul Monteleoni had said in a hearing in January 2016. The president's son has tried to discount the meeting , saying that he did not receive the information he was promised. State Department officials and congressional staffers also attended the movie event. The Financial Times reported on July 10 that Veselnitskaya had hired Akhmetshin during this period. Read More »

Senate's Russia/Iran sanctions bill faces opposition in both House and Trump administration


He said during congressional testimony that Trump needs to have " the flexibility to adjust sanctions to meet the needs of what is always an evolving diplomatic situation " with Russian Federation. Any attempts to alter the legislation would face stiff opposition from congressional Democrats and even a large number of Republicans due to their wariness over Trump's desire for better relations with Moscow. Read More »

Dollar edges lower vs yen before Yellen testimony; sterling off lows

Yellen , in a prepared testimony to be delivered to Congress at 10 a.m. ET (1400 GMT), said the economy is healthy enough to absorb further gradual rate increases and the slow wind down of the Federal Reserve's massive bond portfolio. The yen gained against the greenback, with the dollar breaching the 114 handle. Some focus was on the ongoing Trump-Russia political allegations stateside, after the President's son Donald Trump , Jr released a series of emails surrounding his meeting with ... Read More »

Wiz Khalifa now has the most viewed video on YouTube


University of Queensland's Liam Viney, a senior music lecturer, told The New Daily that the "novelty" element to Gangnam Style meant its lead among YouTube's most-watched videos was always going to be hard to sustain. If you add the numbers up, you'll notice the video's been watched for 21,759 years. However, " See You Again " might not remain at the top for too long as Luis Fonsi's " Despacito " has been ascending quickly. Read More »