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In making its projections, Kaiser Family Foundation relied on Congressional Budget Office projections and took factors for many states into account, such as the pricing and costs of premiums. If left unchanged by the Senate, Trumpcare would result in 2.7 million New Yorkers losing access to health care coverage they now have. Medicaid expansion under Obamacare has provided insurance coverage to more than a quarter-million Maryland residents.
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    The BJP legislature party met on Sunday to fine tune its strategy to counter the expected opposition onslaught and also to highlight the achievements of the government in its almost two months in office. An official statement said that all members of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly and the Legislative Council will be provided with adequate information on GST.
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    During a Thursday interview with NBC's Lester Holt, Trump said he made the decision to fire Comey on his own, and that he would have done it regardless of what Rosenstein recommended, adding that he had been thinking of "this Russian Federation thing with Trump" when he came to his decision to fire Comey .
  • Portuguese children canonised by Pope Francis

    Portuguese children canonised by Pope Francis

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    Pope Francis was showered with rose petals as crowds of worshipers lined the route of his motorcade shouting, "Viva o papa" as the popemobile turned into Fatima Square. The siblings were canonised after the Church officially attributed two miracles to the pair - a necessary step to become a saint. A process that could lead to her also becoming a saint has been opened.
  • Scotland needs choice on independence at end of Brexit: Sturgeon

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    The First Minister wants to hold a second independence referendum sometime between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, arguing this is necessary to give Scotland - which voted against Brexit in 2016 - the chance to choose a different future. The former first minister Alex Salmond has repeatedly said that a general election victory for the SNP would be a renewed mandate for that referendum.
  • US accuses Syria of mass executions and burning the bodies

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    The Trump administration has accused the Syrian Government of carrying out mass killings of thousands of prisoners and burning the dead bodies to hide evidence. And he added a warning to President Vladimir Putin's government: "Russia must now, with great urgency, exercise its influence over the Syrian regime to guarantee that horrific violations stop now".
  • AG Sessions tells prosecutors to seek 'most serious' charges

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    Sessions has repeatedly criticized the Obama administration for being "soft on crime" and accused the former president's policies of leading to violent crimes. "It doesn't do anything more in many incidents than increase the population of our prison system". Almost half of those inmates are in custody for drug crimes, records show.
  • Watch New York Yankees Retire Derek Jeter's Number

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    The star-studded ceremony included a plaque unveiling with Jeter aka "The Captain"... "I just want [our kids] to choose [what they want to be]", she said about her hopes for their future children. Reggie Jackson was on the field in shirt sleeves. Salute to you, #2. Jeter began the ceremony with his family in Monument Park and didn't see the clips.
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    The risk isn't over. While the NHS has been hugely affected by this attack, it isn't specifically targeting the NHS with organisations in a range of sectors across the globe having come under attack by Wanna Decryptor malware. Such attacks can also exacerbate tensions between nation states. But the malware was linked to attacks on hospitals in Britain as well as the Spanish telecom giant Telefonica and was also spreading in other countries.
  • Expert finds more North Korea links in ransomware attack

    Expert finds more North Korea links in ransomware attack

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    At the same time, they said there is little doubt that February 2017 code, referenced by Mehta, " was compiled by the same people, or by people with access to the same source code " as the current spree of attacks. However, Kaspersky experts then fell short of naming North Korea a culprit, citing lack of evidence. North Korea has a history of computer criminality.