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Union City man caught urinating at LA train station had cache of

He was booked for weapons violations. In addition to the firearm, the man was also carrying "two loaded high-capacity magazines, a suppressor and other unsafe items, " sheriff's officials said. According to news reports and records, a man of the same name and birth month was arrested in a similar incident in NY about a year and a half ago.

Trump restores some Cuba penalties, rejecting 'oppressors'

Just before the game Thursday night, members of the Democratic and Republican teams knelt together in prayer near second place, where Scalise would have been playing. The bullet damaged blood vessels, bones, and internal organs, Sava said. Trump later said that we're all here to serve the nation we love, and how that's a source of unity.

Texas Takeaways for 2018 After Georgia Special Election

Pollsters say sky-high turnout drove Handel, the GOP nominee, to a almost 4-point victory on Tuesday, despite most pre-election surveys showing Ossoff with a small-but-shrinking lead. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi struck back at critics blaming her for Democrats' recent losses in special congressional races, saying on Thursday that she was a target because of her effectiveness.

Tillerson: Palestinian Authority to stop paying terrorists' families

Lindsey Graham (R) introduced the Taylor Force Act, which would cut USA funding to the Palestinian Authority if it continues to provide monetary support to the families of those who commit acts of terror against Israelis and others. Tillerson said he accepted the conclusions of the USA intelligence community about the interference , and said he has raised the issue directly with Russian officials.

United Nations begins investigation of DRC atrocities

The Human Rights Council approved a resolution on Friday that blended stringent calls for an worldwide investigation led by the European Union with calls from Africa for DRC's own forces and investigators to take the lead. It began with a series of assassinations ordered by government forces led by Kamuina Nsapu. Since then the militiamen have been attacking police, the army, and civilians, killing indiscriminately.

Deadly Tropical Storm Cindy Drenches Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Cindy pushed ashore along the Louisiana coast Thursday morning, delivering high winds, rough surf and heavy rain. On the forecast track, the center will move into southeastern Arkansas early Friday , and into Tennessee later on Friday .

Florida Insurers Request 17.8% Rate Hike On Obamacare Exchanges

Three companies have filed plans with the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance to offer coverage for 2018 through Healthcare.gov, the federal marketplace for New Jersey - up from two this year. "I feel comfortable that no one is going to be denied coverage because they've been sick before", said Sen. The CBO concluded that under the House version, 23 million Americans would lose insurance coverage by 2026.

Michigan sports doctor to stand trial on sex assault charges

Women and girls said the stories inspired them to step forward with detailed allegations of abuse, sometimes when their parents were in the exam room at Michigan State. He also said he would often teach his patients self treatment: "reach and pull, reach and pull like you're picking a wedgie". Four of the 12 counts involve alleged victims under 13 years of age, with the other eight involving alleged victims who were anywhere from 13 to 15 years old at the time.

North Korea censures United States for 'smear campaign' over student's death

Warmbier was sent back to the U.S.in a state of unresponsive wakefulness, according to doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. But it's unclear how he came to be in that state. He was released a week later. US President Donald Trump called the North a "brutal regime". As the rogue regime repeatedly threatened the USA and its regional allies, testing missiles at least nine times since Trump's election, the administration looked to China to help.

Senate Health Bill: Dayton Disabilities Advocates Raise Alarms Over Medicaid Cuts

Nevada Senator Dean Heller announced he will not vote for the American Health Care Act as it is now written, making him the fifth GOP senator to say they won't vote for the bill since it was released Thursday morning. The Senate bill will begin to rollback Medicaid expansion in 2021 and allow states to opt for waivers for essential health benefits. AHIP isn't taking a formal position on the bill, and the group said measures to shore up the individual health insurance market are ...

Health insurers says Senate bill's Medicaid cuts to hurt states

But the Senate bill would make subsidies less generous than under current law. It also would end tax penalties on people who don't buy insurance policies and on larger firms that don't offer coverage to workers, while phasing out the extra money given to states that expanded their Medicaid programs to offer insurance to the working poor.

Nevada's Heller opposes GOP health bill

But a defeat would be a bitter and damaging blow to Trump and his party. The Senate bill, which could be voted on next week, doesn't let states allow insurers to charge more to people with pre-existing conditions, as the House bill does. I think they saw that when the Democrats tried to write a big health care bill just with Democrats it didn't end up being a good policy. GOP Sens. Rob Portman of OH and Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia also expressed concerns about the bill's cuts to ...

Democrats Realize 2010 'Fire Nancy Pelosi' Campaign Has Been Working

Pelosi has led House Democrats for almost 15 years, at one point as House speaker and more recently as minority leader. But the initial Wednesday morning quarterbacking among pundits and politicians - especially about Republican Karen Handel's victory in the most closely-watched of the two special elections, in suburban Atlanta's 6th congressional district - was more about what Democrats did wrong than Republicans did right.

North Korea denies torturing U.S. detainee Otto Warmbier

The response, published by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), was Pyongyang's first reaction to the death of Otto Warmbier . Sadly, he passed away after suffering from what his doctors say were severe neurological injuries that he acquired while in North Korea.

Senate to vote to repeal Obamacare

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has pledged to have a vote on the legislation before July 4. If it passes, President Donald Trump and the Republican Congress will be on the edge of a major overhaul of the American health care system - about one-sixth of the nation's economy.

Dennis Rodman Claims He Asked North Korea to Release Otto Warmbier

While Pyongyang accepted U.S. demands for Mr Warmbier's return on humanitarian grounds, Washington "totally distorted this truth and dared to clamour about "retaliation" and 'pressure"' on "dignified" North Korea, the spokesman told KCNA.

Toomey's Office To Protest Health Care Bill

Without any legal prod for people to buy insurance, "you would have a disaster of a marketplace", said Robert Laszewski, a health-care industry consultant. Healthcare advocates were immediately displeased with the bill. Democratic leaders, such as Representative Richard Neal, the Massachusetts Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee, have said they'll zero in on upper-income breaks pitched by Trump and House leaders as part of a tax overhaul to make it politically hard for Republicans ...

Camden tower block being evacuated over fire safety fears

Some 800 households will be evacuated Friday night in the Camden area of London , according to Councillor Georgia Gould, leader of Camden Council . It has been implicated in the Grenfell Tower fire in London last week in which 79 people are believed to have lost their lives.

SYRIA: US jet 'downs Iranian-made drone'

US officials said it remained uncertain as to who was operating the drones - Whether it was Shiite militia fighters, Syrian officers or Iranian advisers. "You should know that the Turkish state, with its armed forces and all other means, will never allow the creation of a state in northern Syria ", he said.

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India eyes breakthrough on United States surveillance drones ahead of Modi trip (LMT)

With the United States expected to authorise India's purchase of naval drones, a senior White House official cautioned on Friday that any USA military transfer to India would not represent a threat to its rival neighbour Pakistan . The new name, Trump Sulabh Village, is not official, and so will not appear on maps. The official hinted the visit will show "concrete examples" that India is a "major defence partner" - a reference to the Trump administration's decision to authorise the sale of ...

George Mitchell: US Should Not Brace for China on NKorea

Warmbier visited North Korea in January 2016 on a sightseeing tour. "If I have the chance to meet President Xi, I will ask him to lift all of these measures". "Under certain circumstances, we are willing to talk in terms of freezing nuclear testing or missile testing", Mr. Kye said, speaking in English. But with their Chinese counterparts absent from the press conference, there was no word from China on whether or not they will finally fully do that.

US Senator had secret meeting with North Korea to free Otto Warmbier

Warmbier had been sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor in North Korea after he was convicted in a televised trial of attempting to steal a propaganda banner. He was returned home in a coma last week and died this week. "I was just so happy to see the kid released", Rodman told Good Morning America co-anchor Michael Strahan ."Later that day, that's when we found out he was ill, no one knew that".

US emphasizes shared concerns over North Korea after China meeting

The tour company, founded by British expat Gareth Johnson and based in China, said after the young American's death that it would no longer take USA citizens to North Korea because of potential dangers. Officials at the University of Cincinnati Medical Centre, where he was treated, declined to provide details, and his family asked the Hamilton County coroner not to perform an autopsy.

Dean Heller becomes fifth Senate Republican to oppose GOP health care bill

Even President Donald Trump seemed tepid, saying the bill still needed "a little negotiation". The bill proposes phasing out Medicaid's expansion program and capping Medicaid spending, repealing Obamacare taxes and restructuring subsidies to insurance customers.

White House Responds to Comey Tape Inquiry with Trump Tweet

Mueller and Comey served together in the Justice Department during the George W. Bush administration. "Look, there has been no obstruction". While White House officials have said the firing was due to concerns about Comey's actions at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Trump told an interviewer the Russian Federation investigation was one of his concerns in taking the action.

Korea denies torturing US detainee Otto Warmbier

Warmbier, an American college student who was released by North Korea in a com. "This college kid never should have been detained in the first place", said Portman, who previously revealed that he met secretly with North Korean officials in NY last December to press for Warmbier's release.

United Nations chief to lobby Congress Tuesday against United Nations financing cuts

He said it was important for the global community to acknowledge Uganda's exemplary refugee policy. "It is a matter of justice", Guterres said. Uganda has been praised for its generous policy toward refugees, including the allocation of plots of land for growing food.

Car bomb in Afghanistan targets security forces waiting for pay

Omar Zwak , spokesman for Helmand Province's governor, said more than 50 people were also wounded in the June 22 blast in the provincial capital, Lashkar Gah. The intense fighting is still going on between the security forces and militants. They mainly serve as trainers and advisers. The number of casualties was likely to rise, said the spokesman.

AP Pretends Handel Kept Her Distance From Trump

Supporters wave signs outside St Mary's Orthodox Church, Republican Karen Handel's polling place in Roswell, Georgia, on June 20, 2017. And in the end, it was a victory for the status quo. Clinton dramatically outspent Trump on television advertising and on-the-ground campaign expenditures. Even if the party were unified, overturning a significant number of House seats in California - even two or three - could be an uphill struggle, analysts at the California Target Book, the bible ...

Rep. Tim Ryan on Dems, Pelosi: 'Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump'

In this March 28, 2017 photo, House Ways and Means Committee member Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr., D-N.J. speaks during a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington . So it's time for change. "Republicans blew through millions to keep a ruby red seat, and in their desperate rush to stop the hemorrhaging, they've returned to demonizing the party's strongest fundraiser and consensus builder", Drew Hammill, Pelosi's deputy chief of staff told The New York Times .

Funeral for U.S. college student who died after North Korean detention

According to CNN , Warmbier's doctors said the 22-year-old student was in a condition they called "unresponsive wakefulness" or "persistent vegetative state". President Donald Trump slammed Warmbier's detention and eventual death as "a total disgrace". "We can make speculations that there were many unjust and cruel treatments to Mr.

Syria troops position themselves at heart of war on IS

Central Command said in a statement . The Pentagon said the incident took place near a combat post in A-Tanf where US and coalition "advisers" are stationed in a support capacity to provide services to forces battling the Islamic State terrorist organization.

Leo Varadkar formally elected as 1st gay Irish Prime Minister

Mr Eastwood said: "On behalf of myself and my party, I wish to extend warm congratulations to the new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar ". Once nominated, Mr Varadkar will travel to Aras an Uachtarain (President's residence) to meet President Michael D.

Netanyahu warns Iran to not threaten Israel

The missiles fired by Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Sunday targeted IS in Deir al-Zor province, fast becoming the jihadists' last remaining foothold in Syria and a declared military priority of Tehran's allies in the Syrian government.

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