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Hours after members of the House passed the AHCA Thursday, Trump met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. US President Donald Trump says Obamacare is "essentially dead" after the House of Representatives passes a Republican healthcare bill.
  • Indians hold off Rays

    Indians hold off Rays

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    Carrasco was asked if he thought he would miss his next start. "I'm telling you, he's going to be fine", Francona said. "I'm waiting until tomorrow". Archer is 0-6 lifetime against Cleveland, the only AL team he hasn't defeated. "I give Abe a lot of credit for trying to play through that", Francona said.
  • Washington Speaks about Syrian Crematorium on Eve of Geneva Talks

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    The department released commercial satellite photographs showing what it described as a building in the prison complex that was modified to support the crematorium. "In light of the failures of the past cease-fire agreements, we have reason to be skeptical", he said. He said he hoped Russian Federation would help pressure the Assad government.
  • Everything on the line as Wizards, Celtics move to Game 7

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    Washington's starters played well and the Wizards led much of the third, but late in the third the bench came in - Smith blew a defensive coverage within seconds of entering the game - and Boston closed the quarter on a 13-3 run to lead 85-79 after three.
  • Lawmakers urge Trump to avoid picking a partisan for FBI job

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    Rosenstein, who wrote a memo for Trump outlining Comey's stumbles, has accepted an invitation to brief all 100 senators on the firing Thursday afternoon, according to a statement from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office. "You can't be cute about tapes", he said. In the wide-ranging interview, the President also defended the timing of his firing of FBI Director James Comey earlier this week, saying, "There's really no right time to do it".
  • Clapper: US institutions 'under assault'

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    Republicans in Congress barely had time to get their footing Monday, as another wild development, this time reports that President Donald Trump had revealed sensitive intelligence to Russia's foreign minister and United States ambassador, swept the Capitol.
  • Comey Is Willing To Testify Before Lawmakers-But Only in Public

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    Officials had assumed the move would be a "win-win" and would not cause a "political explosion", as both Republicans and Democrats have publicly criticized Comey, according to reports from Politico and CNN's Dana Bash . Mr Comey's farewell letter to the FBI seemed to indicate he felt the Russian Federation investigation should continue. Many of them are privately anxious that Mr Trump could lead them to electoral disaster.
  • Trump pledges to move quickly to name new FBI director

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    Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed its request for a probe with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Friday. Sessions forwarded Rosenstein's memo to Trump and recommended that he remove Comey from his role.
  • Donald Trump era: Come(y), catch me if you can!

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    Critics have assailed Trump for abruptly dismissing Comey just as the agency is investigating alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 USA election, and possible Moscow ties to the Trump presidential campaign. He is best known for striking down a key provision of former President Barack Obama's healthcare law in 2010. FILE - In this January 3, 2006, file photo, then-Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Alice Fisher briefs reporters at the Justice Department in Washington .
  • Who will replace James Comey — FBI chief sacking

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    Comey was sacked amid an FBI investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation and after an investigation into Hillary Clinton's private use of emails during her stint as secretary of state. The president said he believed Comey asked for the dinner. Henry Hudson: Hudson, a federal judge in Virginia, is almost 70 years old, which could be a disadvantage, given Judge Henry Hudson is a federal judge in Virginia, and the first judge to rule against Obamacare.
  • 2 women killed in shooting on highway in Virginia

    2 women killed in shooting on highway in Virginia

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    The Virginia State Police is searching for the shooter who drove alongside a vehicle on Interstate 95 in Richmond and shot and killed a 26-year-old Manassas woman, killed the 23-year-old woman, of Richmond, who was behind the wheel and injured a Woodbridge man.