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Only 17% of Americans Approve of Republican Healthcare Plan

After the announcement Tuesday that Senate Republican leaders postponed a vote on legislation aimed at overhauling the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Howard Township, said he remains confident that the Senate will produce a strong bill.Advertisement “It has been a challenge to him to learn how to interact with Congress and how to


Amazon Deal For Whole Foods Could Bring Retail Experiments

Despite this report, an Amazon spokesperson directly told Bloomberg that it has no plans to use the sans checkout technology to cut cashiers.Advertisement Most of these firms would have the same goal in mind: keeping Amazon.com, Inc. out of the market. Mackey has been facing investors’ ire because of his strategies that were thought to


Royal Family enjoy the sun on day one at Ascot

At the end of the procession, The Queen and the royal party stood with heads bowed during a minute’s silence to remember the victims of the recent Grenfell Tower disaster and the London and Manchester terror attacks.Advertisement Despite his no-show in Dubai on World Cup night Limato looks very hard to beat in the final


London Police Raise Death Toll In Tower Fire To 30

Mrs May was criticised by a member of the Question Time audience on Thursday night for not meeting residents during her visit to the scene.Advertisement Protesters accused authorities of suppressing the true death toll, an idea that has been spread on social media as well as alternative news sites. At least 30 people were killed


Morgan blames pitch for England calamity

Pakistan’s bowlers, backed up their captains – Sarfraz Ahmed’s – decision to bowl first by troubling the hosts from the onset with an impeccable line and a sharp fielding effort.Advertisement “We left ourselves short today, adapting to conditions”, said Morgan. “Great cricket in this tournament, and we weren’t anywhere close to it today”. They were


Republican baseball practice gunman ‘had list of names’

Scalise remains in critical condition, though doctors said Friday his vital signs have stabilized. Two police officers were also injured.Advertisement In the immediate aftermath of the Arlington shooting during practice for a Congressional baseball game, little was known about the shooter who took out his political frustrations with bloodshed. The sheriff’s deputies didn’t file charges,


US Open filled with limitless possibilities, few stars

That’s the lowest differential after 36 holes in the U.S. Open, mainly because until 2012, everyone within 10 shots of the lead made the cut at the U.S. Open.Advertisement Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day – the top three players in the world, all of them professing expansive Erin Hills to be flawless for

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