• Donald Trump UK State Visit Canceled or Still On?

    Medical

    In a speech following the queen's, May apologized for how her government handled the aftermath of the tragedy. And "dementia tax" proposals for social care reform were downgraded to "options" in a public consultation. And now with the Tories' deal with the Democratic Unionist Party spluttering there is the possibility that when the motion to pass the Queen's Speech is put to the House Mrs May could be facing her biggest crisis yet.
  • Despite recent shooting, spirits remain high at Congressional Women's Softball Game

    Despite recent shooting, spirits remain high at Congressional Women's Softball Game

    Medical

    Legislators took on members of the press in the ninth annual Congressional Women's Softball Game. The Congressional Women's Softball Game has raised more than $900 thousand for Young Survival Coalition (YSC) since the game began. Tamara Keith, a reporter from NPR, won her team's Most Valuable Player award after a strong showing. The game took place at Watkins Field in Southeast only one week after Rep.
  • Taliban's safe havens inside, not outside Afghanistan

    Medical

    She said that it had been Pakistan's consistent position that peace could be restored only through a negotiated settlement between Kabul and the Tehrik-i-Taliban Afghanistan . "It has been firmly opposing the terrorism and it has made important sacrifices and contributions to fighting terrorism and maintaining regional security and stability", said Geng Shuang , the spokesperson for China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during his regular press briefing here.
  • MO citizen who joined AG Hawley for opioid lawsuit announcement speaks out

    MO citizen who joined AG Hawley for opioid lawsuit announcement speaks out

    Medical

    LOUIS, MO/June 22, 2017 (STL.News) Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is taking steps to combat the state's opioid epidemic. The three companies carried out a complex, multi-year campaign in which they deliberately misrepresented the addictive risks of opioids, and " engaged in a deliberate campaign of fraud to convince Missouri doctors and consumers otherwise ", according to the complaint .
  • Key Macron ally says he is quitting French government

    Key Macron ally says he is quitting French government

    Medical

    Justice Minister Francois Bayrou told AFP that he didn't want to be a part of the future government. While the election of Emmanuel Macron as French president with a vision of closer European Union integration was a relief to much of Europe, for Poland and Hungary it fanned fears of losing influence.
  • Canadian military sniper's kill in Iraq shatters distance record

    Medical

    The identity of the Canadian sniper, who is a member of Canada's Joint Task Force 2, which is part of the US-led coalition that is fighting with the ISIS fighters in Iraq, has not been revealed for operational security reasons. The previous sniper world record stood at approximately 1.5 miles after a British sniper hit a Taliban gunman in Afghanistan in 2009. It's a shot that has stunned the military world, and, if confirmed, would shatter the current world record for a kill shot in ...
  • Democrats call secret health care talks outrageous

    Democrats call secret health care talks outrageous

    Medical

    Senate, and my resolution will give members ample time to read all legislation before they vote", he said . Politico also said the bill would set a four-year schedule for rolling back enhanced spending that states receive to expand their Medicaid programs under the ACA, as opposed to a three-year phase-out.
  • Watch the First 'Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later' Trailer

    Watch the First 'Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later' Trailer

    Medical

    The new series takes place in 1991, ten years after the conclusion of the film. From Amy Poehler crashing a party in full-on Madonna cosplay to Christopher Meloni tying on that musty pink bandana (and meeting a kid with a suspiciously similar one) to Paul Rudd playing handsome slacker Bobby after 10 years of living hard, the cast is back and ready to play.
  • Senate GOP Health Bill: Cut Medicaid, Redraw Obama Law

    Medical

    Chris Taylor and Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., speaks about the health overhaul following a closed-door strateg. McConnell's criticism of the ACA was unfair - the major parts of the bill passed through regular order after 160 hours of debate on the Senate floor, and it ultimately included 171 Republican amendments.