• Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban, will hear arguments
Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban, will hear arguments

The imam of a Hawaii mosque who is a plaintiff in the state's challenge to the travel ban says he hopes his Syrian mother-in-law will be granted a visa. Refugees will face similar criteria, with anyone lacking connections in the US denied entry. Trump signed the order as a replacement for a January 27 one issued a week after he became president t...

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  • 'Harry Potter' turns 20, the charm of the bespectacled boy
'Harry Potter' turns 20, the charm of the bespectacled boy

Over the weekend, Rowling penned a story about Harry's ancestry, revealing that he wasn't the first "Harry" in the Potter family . It's been some two decades for the myopic mage - seven hugely successful novels translated into at least 67 languages, global adulation, a still expanding universe despite the end of the Harry Potter series per s...

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  • Merkel challenger vows fight for
Merkel challenger vows fight for "more justice" in Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief challenger in September elections, Martin Schulz , faces a party congress on Sunday where he will be pressed for a strategy to reverse his plunging popularity. SPD leader and top candidate for the German elections in September, Martin Schulz , center, wipes his eye during a meeting of Germany's Social Dem...

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  • Kellyanne Conway Defends Medicaid Cuts, Says Adults Can Always Find Jobs
Kellyanne Conway Defends Medicaid Cuts, Says Adults Can Always Find Jobs

On Sunday, some Senate Republicans indicated resistance to rushing a vote on the GOP proposal to repeal and replace ObamaCare before the July 4 recess. Many Americans who are covered by Medicaid are already working, often in lower-paying jobs that may not have health insurance benefits, according to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation , c...

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  • The Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) Shares Bought by Ionic Capital Management LLC
The Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) Shares Bought by Ionic Capital Management LLC

The correct version of this report can be viewed at https://www.thecerbatgem.com/2017/06/25/private-advisor-group-llc-sells-1813-shares-of-rite-aid-co-rad-updated.html. Morgan Stanley has "Overweight" rating and $1525 target. It is down 0.00% since June 23, 2016 and is. Its up 0.04, from 0.94 in 2016Q3. Want to see what other hedge funds are hol...

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  • World's top 3 make history, miss cut
World's top 3 make history, miss cut

Harman, a St. Simons Island resident who carded a 67 on Thursday, made birdies Friday at Nos. Grouped with Russell Henley, McGirt tees off this morning at 1:50 p.m. Open, and the players are noticing a difference. Considering his so-so play in majors a year ago, the 28-year-old has put himself in good position to become latest golfer without a ...

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  • Trump and Modi hold first talks at White House
Trump and Modi hold first talks at White House

Officials were eager to downplay expectations of the visit , describing it as "no frills" - in contrast to Mr Modi's first USA visit in 2014, when he basked in a rock star welcome at Madison Square Garden in NY and addressed the United Nations.

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  • Nach Baliye 8 Finale
Nach Baliye 8 Finale

A report on BollywoodLife suggests that Sanam Johar and Abigail Pande became the first runners up, followed by Sanaya Irani and Mohit Sehgal, who finished as the second runners up. He pulls off his famous heartbreak scene from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil . #And it was a very cute moment when after their performance, Abigail got down on her knees and ...

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  • Merck Pauses Enrollment Of Blood Cancer Drug Study
Merck Pauses Enrollment Of Blood Cancer Drug Study

The combination drugs included Celgene Corp.'s drug Pomalyst and a low-dose steroid, and a second trial looked at Keytruda with the drug Celgene's Revlimid . Keytruda isn't just Merck's biggest drug in the pipeline. Earlier this month the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Keytruda for adult and paediatric patients with unresec...

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  • Midwest City doctor charged with five counts of second degree murder
Midwest City doctor charged with five counts of second degree murder

Nichols, an osteopathic physician, is accused of prescribing controlled risky substances to patients without a legitimate medical need and in quantities and circumstances that disregarded human life. Law enforcement agents aren't just going after drug dealers and Mexican cartels - they're also targeting pharmaceutical companies and doctors, who the...

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  • North Korea denies torturing American Otto Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing American Otto Warmbier

North Korea has accused the U.S. of conducting a smear campaign against the regime over Otto Warmbier, the American student who was sent home in a coma after 17 months in prison. "Some good things came of this trip". When Strahan asked Rodman about his friendship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - whom Rodman has called " a friend fo...

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  • Galaxy Note 8 could be Samsung's most expensive phone ever
Galaxy Note 8 could be Samsung's most expensive phone ever

Unfortunately, we'll have to take all leaks with due caution until Samsung makes an official announcement. This means the Korean giant plans to launch the Galaxy Note 8 in direct competition to the upcoming 10th anniversary iPhone and it will carry the same numeral.

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  • Country celebrates Eid-ul-Fitr
Country celebrates Eid-ul-Fitr

The Rooyat-e-Hilal Committee New Delhi, Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee Lahore and National Moon-Sighting Committee Bangladesh will meet after Maghrib prayers today evening and collect moon sighting reports if any from different parts. Moreover, he said the government was pressuring the local committee not to convene for the moon sighting which isn'...

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  • Arab states issue 13 demands to end Qatar crisis
Arab states issue 13 demands to end Qatar crisis

The blockade of Qatar was imposed by the neighbouring states like the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain , Saudi Arabia , etc.in an attempt to isolate Qatar. In addition, in less than 10 days, Qatar was forced to suspend every single diplomatic and military tie with Iran and close a Turkish military base.

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  • 13 ways the Senate GOP health-care plan could impact MI
13 ways the Senate GOP health-care plan could impact MI

Four GOP senators, however - Rand Paul, Ted Cruz , Mike Lee , and Ron Johnson - quickly announced they would not support the bill in its announced form, though they all remained open to negotiation. It's the product of a 13-member Senate working group. Not only would the GOP legislation scale back coverage through the insurance markets and p...

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  • Israel ignores United Nations, begins construction on new West Bank settlement
Israel ignores United Nations, begins construction on new West Bank settlement

Since the 1993 peace agreement between Israel and Palestine, the number of settlement homes has increased more than threefold, threatening the viability of a two-state solution. But Israel has not built a fully fledged new settlement since the 1990s. But ahead of his last election victory in 2015, he promised there would never be a Palestinian stat...

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  • South Africa win thriller against England, tie up T20 series
South Africa win thriller against England, tie up T20 series

It was Morris, who once again provided the breakthrough when he had Bairstow caught in the 14th over and Roy, who crossed a well compiled fifty was out obstructing the field two overs later. The game will start at 7 PM IST. Taken in isolation that decision was not vindicated with Livingstone getting a first-ball duck, but Malan grabbed his chance...

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  • Member panel named to negotiate on marijuana bill
Member panel named to negotiate on marijuana bill

The Senate version keeps the tax on marijuana products at a maximum 12 percent, while the House bill seeks an increase to 28 percent. Borghesani said public consumption of marijuana was purposefully banned in the ballot question, which aimed to regulate marijuana like alcohol.

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  • Will Senate GOP healthcare bill get enough votes?
Will Senate GOP healthcare bill get enough votes?

Former President Barack Obama has kept a relatively low profile since leaving office. "Lower premiums and I will happily be part of it", Cruz said . Meanwhile, a new poll published by the Kaiser Family found 51 percent of Americans view the existing Affordable Care Act favorably compared with 30 percent who favor replacing it.

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  • Ravi Teja Skipped Bharath's Final Rites
Ravi Teja Skipped Bharath's Final Rites

Bhupathi Bharat Raju, better known as Ravi Teja's brother, breathed his last when he died last night due to over-speeding. The police officials and others immediately rushed him to the hospital but he was already dead on the spot. According to Airport Police the Sedan which was coming from the airport side was speeding at nearly 140 kmph when the a...

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  • Some demands on Qatar very hard to meet
Some demands on Qatar very hard to meet

A top United Arab Emirates official said Saturday the Arab countries isolating Qatar do not seek to force out the country's leadership over allegations it supports extremist ideology but are willing to cut ties altogether if it does not agree to their demands.

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  • Comfortable weather stays in place Sunday
Comfortable weather stays in place Sunday

Highs will be in the low 80s across the the mid to upper 80s in areas to the south. Skies should clear from north to south tonight as high pressure moves in from the north. Mild with lows in the lower 70s. This shower activity is weaken as it drops to the southeast, but we'll have to keep a stray shower or two in the forecast for areas north and ...

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  • South Carolina health officials find West Nile virus
South Carolina health officials find West Nile virus

It spreads when a mosquito bites a bird that has the virus in their blood. "Mosquitoes may seem inconsequential", said Levy Sun, public information officer at GLACVCD. Remove all sources of standing water around your home and yard to prevent mosquito breeding. Severe symptoms in a few people . The symptoms of neurologic illness can include h...

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  • Aspen Dental gives free services to Veterans in the Heartland
Aspen Dental gives free services to Veterans in the Heartland

This marked the third annual day of service where almost Aspen Dental offices donated more than $2.1 million dollars in dentistry in one single day which empowered more than 4,000 veterans with a healthy smile. In all, 250 Aspen dental practices across the country, including three in San Antonio, offered free dental care Saturday to thousands of ve...

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  • Protesters gather in front of Mitch McConnell's office for 'die
Protesters gather in front of Mitch McConnell's office for 'die

U.S. Capitol Police spokeswoman Eva Malecki said officers warned the demonstrators to "cease their unlawful activities" or risk being arrested. The protest was organized by the National ADAPT organization , a national grassroots disability rights organization "fighting to end the institutional bias".

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  • 16-month-old girl beaten on Father's Day dies
16-month-old girl beaten on Father's Day dies

Nylah Lewis suffered a fractured skull, loss of oxygen to her brain, and bruising all over her body after the beating by her father, Shaquan Taylor, 19, prosecutors said earlier this week. She said the family that never saw this coming, describing little Nylah as a joyful girl whose father, Shaquan Taylor, is behind bars . The baby's mother t...

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  • President Rouhani Hopes for Fraternity, Peace in Eid Message
President Rouhani Hopes for Fraternity, Peace in Eid Message

This means Indian Muslims, like their counterparts in Saudi Arabia, would have observed 29 fasts this year. Eid-ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramzan, will be celebrated across Jammu and Kashmir tomorrow. Azerbaijan's Cabinet of Ministers , in accordance with the decision (dated 25 November 2016) on Novruz, Eid al-Fi...

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  • Disabled protesters dragged out of wheelchairs during healthcare protest
Disabled protesters dragged out of wheelchairs during healthcare protest

They say in a statement that they are open to negotiation before the full Senate considers the measure. There is expected to be enough GOP senators to kill the bill if it gets no Democrat support-three-who formally announce opposition to the bill on Thursday.

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  • AP analysis shows how gerrymandering benefited GOP in 2016
AP analysis shows how gerrymandering benefited GOP in 2016

It was the opposite of 2014, when a similar analysis showed Democrats had a slight advantage in the same districts. The AP scrutinized the outcomes of all 435 U.S. If Republicans hold onto power in both legislative chambers and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin wins re-election, it would give the party complete control of the redistricting process for t...

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  • Disability advocates arrested during health care protest at McConnell's office
Disability advocates arrested during health care protest at McConnell's office

Some witnesses have claimed one of the protesters who was removed was dropped. . Charles Schumer, D-New York, Richard Durbin, D-Illinois, Benjamin Cardin, D-Maryland, Maria Cantwell, D-Washington, and Patty Murray, D-Washington, verbally jousted with McConnell and Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, over its provisions and how those will a...

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  • Crowd catches teen falling from park ride; no serious injury
Crowd catches teen falling from park ride; no serious injury

The two took the brunt of the girl's fall, tumbling to the ground themselves the catch. The Sherriff's Office said that the 14-year-old girl, who is from Greenwood , Delaware , was not seriously injured during Saturday's incident. According to WRAL she fell about 25 feet and a crowd of park guests and employees caught her before she hit the g...

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  • Colorado to take $15 billion hit under Senate health care bill
Colorado to take $15 billion hit under Senate health care bill

They say the GOP plan would mean fewer people with coverage and higher costs for many . Toomey, who helped craft the proposal, is among a handful of Republican lawmakers who support it, according to a roundup by The Washington Post .

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  • Republicans reveal bill to replace Obamacare
Republicans reveal bill to replace Obamacare

Facing unanimous Democratic opposition, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell must get yes votes from 50 of the 52 GOP senators to avoid a defeat. Though Trump lauded its passage in a Rose Garden ceremony, he called the House measure " mean " last week. WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Sen. Republicans also want to change the way the federal...

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  • Jordan condemns failed terror attack against Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia
Jordan condemns failed terror attack against Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia

The statement reiterated Qatar's firm stance rejecting violence and terrorism, regardless of causes and motivations. It did not name the group involved in the attack. The council said that those who were planning the crime had not respected the sanctity of the Grand Mosque, and therefore they have no religion nor honesty.

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  • Health insurers says Senate bill's Medicaid cuts to hurt states
Health insurers says Senate bill's Medicaid cuts to hurt states

Rand Paul . He told NBC's "Today" show , in its current form, the Senate bill could aggravate the problem of healthy people going without insurance and driving up costs for everyone else. The Senate bill released Thursday called for a slower phase-out of the Medicaid expansion than a bill adopted earlier by the House. Sen. Rob Portman ...

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