• GOP Holds Kansas House Seat As Democrat's Surprise Upset Bid Falls Short

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    Ted Cruz (R-TX) made a last-minute appearance in Wichita to campaign for Estes. Estes, the state treasurer, defeated Democrat James Thompson 52.5 percent to 45.7 percent, according to complete but unofficial results. In a further warning sign for Republicans, Estes narrowly lost the district's most populous county around the city of Wichita to his Democratic opponent James Thompson , a political newcomer.
  • Hillary Clinton: US should 'take out' Assad's air fields

    Hillary Clinton: US should 'take out' Assad's air fields

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    Hillary Clinton called on President Donald Trump's administration Friday to develop a strategy to end Syria's civil war in a manner consistent with American values, following a United States missile strike on the country late Thursday. That just has to be admitted. Clinton was asked what it says about the challenges that women face when "a man who bragged about sexual assault won the election".
  • Ryan: House Republicans getting closer to consensus on health care bill

    Ryan: House Republicans getting closer to consensus on health care bill

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    The South Carolina congressman also walked away from the discussions with Trump administration officials thinking the "guarantee issue"-a promise of coverage for people with pre-existing conditions-was on the chopping block". "I'm afraid that the Freedom Caucus continues to play Lucy with the football and keeps moving the goal posts and I believe, from what I've heard, they're less than genuine in trying to get to 'yes, '" Rep.
  • Visually impaired kids on the hunt for beeping eggs

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    Normally the field is laden with touchdowns and soccer goals but on Saturday, City Park Stadium field in Clawson was lined with Easter eggs filled with treats. April 16, followed by a regular service at 10:30 a.m. that features the Easter cantata. Looking for a free, family event on Easter Saturday? The Easter Bunny will be on hand for photos starting at noon.
  • Trump Is Beating Obama In One Big Way

    Trump Is Beating Obama In One Big Way

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    By the end of March, Trump marked his 13th visit to a golf course since taking office, and the eighth consecutive weekend he has spent at properties bearing his name, according to CNN . He loves the club so much that he has repeatedly expressed his desire to be buried at the country club, reports Thinkprogressive.org. After May, it is expected that instead of Florida, Donald Trump will make frequent trips to is NY penthouse.
  • USA drops 'mother of all bombs' on ISIS caves in Afghanistan

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    The U.S. has used the bomb's predecessor, a smaller but still massive weapon known as the "Daisy Cutter", in Afghanistan before. "Everybody knows exactly what happened, and what I do is I authorise my military", he said. The bomb never has been used in combat. "Must be more aggressive against ISIL everywhere - including Afghanistan."-( CNN ). General John Nicholson, the USA commander for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission in Afghanistan, defended the use of the bomb and ...
  • United Airlines CEO refuses to resign, apologises again

    United Airlines CEO refuses to resign, apologises again

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    Passenger Audra Bridges posted the video on Facebook , and it has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times, and triggered strong criticism of United. Chicago attorneys for a Kentucky doctor dragged off a United Express flight want the airline and the city of Chicago to preserve evidence in the case.
  • On Golf Course, Trump Talks Health Care With Dr. Rand Paul

    On Golf Course, Trump Talks Health Care With Dr. Rand Paul

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    But Sunday morning, shortly before Paul was seen joining the presidential motorcade, Trump tweeted that talks to repeal and replace Obamacare were still ongoing. "I think the compromise could be keeping some of the underlying things in Obamacare, some small percentage of them, in order to placate the people who want that, but not affirmatively putting in the bill and saying to conservatives you have to vote for a new federal refundable tax credit, a new entitlement program to numerous ...
  • Cauley takes early lead at RBC Heritage

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    American Bud Cauley leads on eight under, dropping no shots in his round. The conditions couldn't have been better for the first round, as they seemed to suit Donald's game just fine. After missing the cut at his past two Tour starts, including the Masters, Rod Pampling, made a flying start with birdies at the first two holes before finishing with a two-under par 69 to be in a tie for 35th.
  • Leading healthcare groups urge Trump to fund ObamaCare payments

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    That means it's not enough for new national Democratic Party Chairman Tom Perez to tell voters, as he did recently in New Jersey, that Trump and Republicans don't care about them, or have Pelosi thank Republicans, nearly sarcastically, for increasing the popularity of the Affordable Care Act by helping "people understand what it means to them and their lives".
  • UK PM says highly likely Syrian government behind poison gas attack

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    Still, Trump quickly reverted to a conciliatory tone Thursday, hinting that he hasn't abandoned hope for warmer ties. Today U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley also challenged Russian Federation to decide whether it stands with the "civilized world" over the Assad regime.