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Debate over whether the U.S. government should fund some form of universal healthcare as medical costs sky-rocketed has raged for almost a century. The bill would replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare . The bill would need to be approved by the Senate and President before becoming law. The feeling among GOP senators does not appear to be overly enthusiastic about the healthcare bill.
  • 77 miles of Mississippi River closes to traffic

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    ABC meteorologists anticipate more precipitation to pummel those water bodies Wednesday and Thursday, flooding some regions at record levels. Fiorilli, his wife and their two dogs were forced to quickly leave when heavy rains pushed the river to near-record levels, some 18 feet above flood stage in Pacific, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) west of St.
  • Libia: Al Arabiya, incontro Sarraj-Haftar ad Abu Dhabi

    Libia: Al Arabiya, incontro Sarraj-Haftar ad Abu Dhabi

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    Haftar, si badi bene, è stato letteralmente piegato a quest'incontro e a quest'accordo che aveva cercato di evitare con ogni mezzo, tanto che due mesi fa non si fece problemi a offendere personalmente il presidente egiziano Fattah al Sisi, che l'aveva convocato al Cairo assieme a Serraj, il quale a differenza del generale libico si presentò.
  • Major gains for Tories in council elections but SNP hails 'emphatic' victory

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    The area is a stronghold of First Minister and Welsh Labour leader Carwyn Jones, so the result is bound to be disappointing. Ironically were the Conservatives comeback to fail to fire at the local elections the SNP would find it harder to get their vote out come June 8 and a low turnout could actually see more of their seats fall to unionist parties.
  • Trump's Sanctuary Cities' Order Blocked By Court

    Trump's Sanctuary Cities' Order Blocked By Court

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    Two education-related briefs were cited by the federal district judge who blocked President Donald Trump's executive order that aims to withhold federal funds from "sanctuary jurisdictions"-cities or other municipal governments that generally protect undocumented immigrants and decline to use their resources to help enforce federal immigration laws".
  • Nepal parliament differs impeachment motion against CJ Karki

    Nepal parliament differs impeachment motion against CJ Karki

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    UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein has condemned moves to impeach the Chief Justice of Nepal, warning that such actions suggest a concerted attempt by the Government to undermine the independence of the judiciary. As a fallout of the impeachment motion registered by the lawmakers of the ruling Nepali Congress and CPN (Maoist Centre), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bimalendra Nidhi had resigned over his dissatisfaction with the move.
  • Windows Calculator app updated with Microsoft Project NEON language features

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    Following leaks about transparent live tiles, a translucent Groove Music, as well as Movies & TV, the People app seems to be the latest to receive a NEON refresh. Project Neon update to Paint 3D app brought subtle transparency to the app, which is barely noticeable when compared to the People app effect. This turns off transparency for both the Start Menu and Action Center, in addition to the updated apps as well.
  • Penn State University fraternity, members charged in hazing death

    Penn State University fraternity, members charged in hazing death

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    Police had said hazing and excessive drinking at the private chapter house February 2 contributed to the death of Timothy Piazza , 19, a sophomore engineering student from Lebanon, New Jersey. Through the testimony provided, the grand jury concluded that the severity of Piazza's condition was obvious and noticed by the fraternity brothers and pledges.
  • French election poll: Macron leads Le Pen by 61% to 39%

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    Police officers are set on fire after being hit by a petrol bomb during May Day worker's protests in central Paris . Three officers were hurt in clashes between riot police and masked youths during a May 1st march in Paris on Monday that carried extra significance six days before the presidential election run-off.