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He graduated from UNI in 1962 with a bachelor's degree, and his master's degree in 1968. The manuscript contains the author's personal notes and annotations and was originally published in 1992. Waller to discuss it on her program. Author Robert James Waller is interviewed at the premiere of the film "The Bridges of Madison County". When Waller published Bridges , he was 53 years old.
  • Trump expected to double USA ground forces in Syria in coming weeks

    Trump expected to double USA ground forces in Syria in coming weeks

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    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis are yet to approve the provisional plans drawn up by the Pentagon. Trump directed Defense Secretary James Mattis in January to provide a strategy within 30 days that more aggressively attacks ISIS in Syria. "Basically, you would have a force bolstered by allies with US leadership", explained a senior USA official. Trump made clear throughout the campaign and since his inauguration that he was willing to increase the number of USA troops in Syria.
  • Final GOT season will consist of just six episodes

    Final GOT season will consist of just six episodes

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    After the announcement, Turner joked, "I'm still waiting on Bieber", and Weiss responded jokingly, "You're waiting on Biebs? From the beginning we've wanted to tell a 70-hour movie", Benioff told the audience, according to Entertainment Weekly .
  • Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama

    Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama

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    Trump has found himself at odds with Democrats and Republicans alike, including Nunes, over his March 4 assertion that the Obama administration tapped his phones during the 2016 presidential campaign. He said that this has "harmed the president" because while other Obama-era surveillance has been revealed to the public, it doesn't bolster Trump's specific case.
  • Republican health care plan 'death trap' for state

    Republican health care plan 'death trap' for state

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    The amendment would allow NY counties to stop contributing a local share of Medicaid costs. Combined with other Medicaid cuts laid out in the GOP health care act and President Donald Trump's budget proposal, NY stands to lose almost $7 billion in Medicaid spending and an estimated 2.7 million New Yorkers could see a substantial change in health coverage, according to state projections.
  • Brown: Trump budget would put brakes on more than Meals on Wheels

    Brown: Trump budget would put brakes on more than Meals on Wheels

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    Under President Trump's proposed budget , funding for Meals on Wheels could slim down substantially. McGuire said cuts to the block grant program will most likely not take away meals from those that now receive them. If you'd like to help Meals On Wheels with either a monetary donation or as a volunteer , just head to the Seen on 6 section of our website. Trump's budget blueprint is just a proposal for part of the federal budget (the administration's full budget should be ...
  • Honda Classic purse, winner's share, prize money payout

    Honda Classic purse, winner's share, prize money payout

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    He padded his lead with another two-putt birdie at the par-five 18th to put himself in good position to claim a first title since his win in Abu Dhabi in January 2016. Bryan is in his first full season on the PGA Tour. A run of pars followed, broken by just one more birdie, a three on the 13th hole. Fowler would get relief from the sprinklerhead and made bogey on the hole.
  • 'It saved my life': Talk of Obamacare repeal worries addicts

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    Health insurers "need a stable market, stable rules and a broader pool - none of which has been fixed yet, nor does it seem likely it will be in time", Sheryl Skolnick, Mizuho Securities' director of research and senior health-care analyst, told MarketWatch earlier this month.
  • Boy injured while playing in dumpster

    Boy injured while playing in dumpster

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    Paul D. Roderick said of Hayden Tucker in an email. Though he suffered critical injuries, he has is expected to recover, said police. "So in essence he was strangling himself". He was playing in the dumpster and had an accident, which is under investigation. The boy's condition was not available. After stepping away from the window, the woman returned and did not see the boy.
  • Powerball Winning Numbers: Wednesday, Feb. 15

    Powerball Winning Numbers: Wednesday, Feb. 15

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    Winning Numbers: Check back here for Wednesday's winning numbers. Tickets for the drawing can be purchased until 9:50 p.m. Wednesday at Massachusetts Lottery retailers across the state. Powerball is played in 44 states, Washington, D.C., the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The drawing will take place at 10:59 p.m. It's been a year and a month since three winning tickets were sold for a $1.59 billion jackpot.
  • Shasta Lake nears capacity as water releases increase

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    Engineers said that despite a huge gash that opened in the concrete channel a week ago, it was their best option for lowering the dangerously high lake level. Lake Oroville is the starting point for California's State Water Project, which provides drinking water to 23 million of the state's 39 million people and irrigates 750,000 acres of farms.
  • Powerball Winning Numbers: Wednesday, Feb. 8

    Powerball Winning Numbers: Wednesday, Feb. 8

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    A Canadian resident has claimed a Powerball® prize worth $2 million for the drawing held on February 4, 2017. Players pick five numbers from one to 69 and a sixth, red Powerball number, one through 26. When you claim your prize, you may collect the full value paid in 30 installments over 29 years or a one-time lump sum that is smaller than the actual total.