With Democrats united in opposition, Mr McConnell can only lose two votes from his 52-48 majority in the 100-seat Senate to pass the bill . On July 18, President Donald Trump met with 49 Senate Republicans to discuss how they would move forward on health care .
Prince George's red Rachel Riley shorts set he wore to Princess Charlotte's christening in Sandringham looks almost identical to a similar outfit Prince William wore when he was taken to see his younger brother, Prince Harry , in the hospital for the first time in 1984.
He and other critics of the bill admit the judiciary needs reform but disagree about the way in which the PiS has gone about it. The vote sparked demonstrations in more than 100 cities across the country. The ruling right-wing PiS party has defended the reforms, calling them indispensable to combat corruption and streamline the judicial system. European Council President Donald Tusk, a former Polish prime minister, had warned of a "black scenario that could ultimately lead to the ...
The potential for thunderstorms - some possibly severe - is in the forecast, particularly heading into Saturday evening and again Sunday. Extreme rainfall rates are occurring, with one to two inches of rain indicated by radar over the past 30 to 45 minutes.
The Washington Post reported that Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak was previously picked up in U.S. intelligence intercepts addressing his Russian colleagues that he talked with Sessions twice past year about the Trump campaign.
Ford . "Pardons are not being discussed and are not on the table", Jay Sekulow , a member of President Trump's legal team, told ABC News. In his first tweet-o-rama since naming new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, Trump also railed against "illegal" leaks from the "Amazon Washington Post , ' which is owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, called for legal action against Hillary Clinton and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and declared ObamaCare ...
China warned on Monday that it would step up its troop deployment in a border dispute with India, vowing to defend its sovereignty at "whatever cost". "India should not leave things to luck and not harbour any unrealistic illusions", Wu told reporters. Qian reiterated that withdrawal of Indian troops from the region was a precondition to hold talks between the neighbouring countries.
She took to Facebook where she said it was "disappointing", "hurtful" and "disrespectful" to have learnt about her granddad's last years in a book published by his doctor (s), whom he had considered "trustworthy". Chief Mandla Mandela, in a statement through the Royal House on Saturday, reportedly said: "We want to caution that this is not the first apparent abuse of the Mandela name and legacy".
Israel will not remove metal detectors whose installation outside a major Jerusalem mosque has triggered the bloodiest confrontations with the Palestinians in years, but could eventually reduce their use. Jordan is the official custodian of holy sites in Jerusalem . Israel says the metal detectors are a needed security measure to prevent more attacks.
Satellite imagery this morning is showing mostly clear skies across western Arizona, with mostly cloudy conditions across the Navajo nation. Winds NE 5-10 miles per hour. Monday: Sunny, with a high near 88. Chance of precipitation is 40 percent. High: 97. Wind: SE 10 miles per hour. Wind: S 10-15 miles per hour. The greatest threat that would come from those powerful storms would be strong, damaging winds, and potentially hail.
Expressing grief over his death, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Rao's contribution to India's space research will always be remembered. Rao initially worked as a cosmic ray scientist under Sarabhai. Rao, who held several top positions over the years, including many foreign universities, served as the chairman of ISRO from 1984-1994. He also initiated the development of the geostationary launch vehicle or GSLV and the development of cryogenic technology in 1991.
The death toll could yet rise, he added. His spokesman said the bomb had detonated near the first checkpoint approaching the house, "killing and wounding some civilians". Exactly one year ago, a massive bombing in Kabul killed 80, mostly Hazaras who were marching to demand better infrastructure in areas of the country where they represent the majority.
I have thick skin and we're moving on to @POTUS agenda serving the American people", he wrote in a follow-up tweet almost two hours later". "He's probably going to make Elizabeth Warren his vice presidential nominee with comments like that", Scaramucci says in the video.
And Scaramucci , who has at times supported Democrats, spent part of the weekend deleting some of his own past tweets on subjects that run counter to Trump administration policy, such as taking action on climate change. "And if Professor Tribe is listening, I know he doesn't like the president, but I did get an A- in your course". He added: "When I made the decision to take this job, my politics and my political ideas do not matter at all".
KCP&L says at the height of the storm almost 115,000 customers were without power. Kansas City Power Light reported almost 110,000 customers that were without power at 11:15 p.m. Westar listed more than 3,200 customers without electricity, and report that they hope to restore all their customers by midnight. KCP&L expects outages to last into Monday.
Anthony Martial offered Jose Mourinho a timely reminder of his attacking prowess on Sunday despite missing from the spot in Manchester United's penalty shootout victory over Real Madrid . "I can say that he is training better than before, he's working harder than before". "He ( Guardiola ) told me I'm ready and that I can play in several positions, right back, left back, midfield".
With the investigation apparently extending to financial transactions, U.S. media reported that Trump allies were looking into issuing presidential pardons and for ways to discredit Mueller's investigation. Spicer said in a Twitter post that it had been an "honor" and "privilege" to serve Trump and the country. The former Wall Street executive said on Fox News mainstream media still has a "level of objectivity", but so-called "fake news" exists with "some individuals" who ...
In a separate article, the Washington Post reported that intelligence intercepts show Attorney General Jeff Sessions discussed campaign matters with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. "With regard to the issue of a president pardoning himself, there's a big academic discussion going on right now, an academic debate". Whether his campaign aides colluded in that effort is the subject of a widening criminal investigation by the special counsel, Robert S.
Sekulow, appearing in Denver Saturday night, was responding to questions from reporters about Trump's tweet earlier Saturday that he has "complete power" to grant pardons. Mark Corallo, who worked with Mueller in the Justice Department under Bush, resigned Thursday as spokesman and communications strategist for Trump's legal team, and Baker said that was related to the strategy to discredit the special counsel.
Scaramucci , who was a critical player in the Trump transition team, was also asked whether he was disappointed about not initially landing a post in the Trump administration. Sarah Sanders, Spicer's deputy, was promoted to press secretary. Trump tweeted his thanks to Spicer on Friday night, saying , " Sean Spicer is a wonderful person who took tremendous abuse from the Fake News Media - but his future is bright!" New White House Communications Director Anthony ...
The army captured two major passes in Rajgal Valley connecting Pakistan to Afghanistan. "Terrorists hideouts are being targeted by artillery and army aviation", said IGFC Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa North Maj-Gen Shaheen operational commander Operation Khyber-IV.
Snooty, who is certified as the oldest manatee ever to live in captivity and believed to be the oldest manatee on record anywhere, was loved by both natives and others around the country. Snooty was found in an underwater area used to access plumbing for the exhibit life support system, the museum said in a statement. "We are honoured to have had him with us for so long and will continue his legacy through our manatee rehabilitation program".
The big weather story is the heat for one more day before a cold front brings scattered storms late this afternoon through tomorrow morning and "cooler" temperatures tomorrow . Winds will remain from the southwest at about 5 to 10 miles per hour throughout the day. For that reason, a HEAT ADVISORY will be in effect from 10 AM to 8 PM.
But it remains unclear if that will be enough to preserve health insurance protections for tens of millions of Americans who stand to be affected by huge cuts in healthcare assistance in the Republican healthcare legislation. We have no choice, we have to repeal and replace Obamacare . Earlier this week, Senate Majority Leader and Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell said he wanted to move ahead with straight-repeal legislation, but it's unclear if that will happen - Republicans now lack ...
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has announced that he will schedule a vote the week of July 24 on so-called repeal and delay legislation that would repeal major parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and push off coming up with a replacement plan until sometime in a future Congress.
Richardson's attorney also did not respond to a request for comment. Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said the charge "is based upon evidence that the infant whose remains were discovered at the defendant's residence in Carlisle one week ago today was born alive and was not a stillborn baby", according to Dayton Daily News .
Last week, the head of Qatar's National Human Rights Committee, Ali bin Smeikh al-Marri, called on Saudi authorities to "facilitate the Hajj procedures and remove restrictions" facing Qatari pilgrims. Erdogan praised Qatar's behaviour in the crisis, saying it had sought to find a solution through dialogue. He expressed the hope that his visit will be beneficial for the region.
One Jordanian was killed and two people, a Jordanian and an Israeli, were wounded in a shooting incident on Sunday in a building inside the Israeli embassy complex in Jordan's capital Amman, police said. Jordan has seen a recent surge of anger against Israel, with government officials calling on Israel to remove the metal detectors outside the Al Aqsa Mosque on Temple Mount, or the Noble Sanctuary as it is known to Muslims.
Five Israeli police officers were injured, the Guardian reported . Abbas called for the removal of metal detectors from the al-Aqsa Mosque compound and Jerusalem's other holy sites late Friday, stating that people should be able to "pray with dignity".
Grace was only thinking about trying to get through the third round without a bogey. The duo will be the last pair out on the course as they tee off at 2:30pm local time (1330 GMT) on Sunday afternoon. It didn't last long, as he nearly holed his tee shot on the next hole and made the birdie putt to tie Kuchar at 8 under. A birdie on the fifth edged Spieth back into the lead and, after scrambling a par on the next, his cushion was back to two as Kuchar bogeyed the same hole.
One bishop stated in an interview on Vatican Radio that there has, in fact, been no Palestinian violence. The pope addressed the large crowds of pilgrims who were gathered in St Peter's Square, he said he had followed the violence in Jerusalem "with trepidation" and felt "the need" to urge dialogue and moderation.
Jordan Spieth has a two-shot lead over Matt Kuchar with one hole to play after a wild back nine at the British Open . The 63 would have tied a record for major championship scoring if Branden Grace had not set a new record of 62 a day earlier.
The Sayyad 3 missile can reach an altitude of 27km and travel up to 120km, Iran's Defence Minister Hossein Dehghan said at an undisclosed location of an inauguration ceremony on Saturday. Iran announces it's opening a production line to build a new type of anti-aircraft missile. "Security is not buyable", he noted, adding the recent huge purchases of arms from the United States demonstrates that the countries of the region bribe U.S.
The website said that Netanyahu had invited the Saudi officials to visit Al-Aqsa Mosque to have a close look at the new security measures there, noting that the Saudis accepted the invitation, but gave no more details. The attacker was reportedly shot, according to Israeli media reports . Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Friday that Turkey was in dialogue with Israel to end the crisis.
Ward pushed back against the characterization of what she was trying to say, insisting the radio hosts were putting words in her mouth. (She made McCain's age an issue , predicting that he might die in office.) Ward is now mounting a primary challenge to Arizona's other senator, Jeff Flake , who is up for reelection in 2018.
In January he attacked the veracity of the Fusion GPS dossier on Trump. Browder has been a vocal critic of Fusion GPS's credibility. Since March, the Senate Judiciary Committee has been seeking documents and information from Fusion GPS about the former M16 intelligence officer Christopher Steele who authored the research, and the dossier, which contained unverified salacious details of Trump's alleged escapades in Russian Federation.
In a series of ten tweets , President Donald Trump touched on everything from leaks to the failing New York Times (who he just gave an interview to) to his "complete power to pardon" to FAKE NEWS to defending Donald Trump Jr , and of course Hillary Clinton's 33,000 emails.
Watchstanders in the 5th Coast Guard District Command Center in Portsmouth received a call at 3:05 a.m. for a 60-year-old male crew member aboard the Navy vessel NAWC 38 that was found unconscious. "They have hypothermia but they are in the heat now", Ms Martin said. Mr O'Flynn praised the work of the helicopter crew and officials at the incident control offices on Valentia and the Irish Air Corps which provided top cover support.
By midday Sunday, Scaramucci had outed Trump as an anonymous source who called him questioning whether Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election at all ("I won't tell you who", he said on CNN's " State of the Union ", and followed up moments later with, "How about it was the President").
Trump himself has publicly challenged Mueller, declaring this week that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director would be crossing a line if he investigated the president's personal business ties. President Trump is troubled by the possibility that special counsel 's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation could expand to include an examination of Trump's and his family's finances.