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Republicans Release 'Skinny' Obamacare-Repeal Bill
Leigh Ann Caldwell
Senate Republicans released the details of its pared-down version of an Obamacare repeal late Thursday, shortly before the Senate is expected to vote on it.
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Texas Executes TaiChin Preyor, Who Said Lawyer Used Wikipedia
The Supreme Court turned down a final appeal from Preyor, who argued that his former lawyer collaborated with a disbarred attorney and relied on Wikipedia.
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U.S. Orders Diplomats' Families to Leave Venezuela
The United States is ordering relatives of American diplomats to leave the Venezuelan capital ahead of a polarizing vote planned for Sunday to start rewriting the country's constitution.
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Senate Overwhelmingly Passes New Russian Sanctions
The White House signaled that President Donald Trump might veto the bill, which would limit his authority to lift the sanctions on his own.
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AG Sessions: Trump Criticisms 'Kind of Hurtful'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions called President Donald Trump's recent criticisms are "kind of hurtful" Thursday.
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GOP Senators Inch Closer to Deal on 'Skinny' Health Care Bill
Leigh Ann Caldwell
Republicans are working their way through a list of demands in order to secure enough votes to pass a pared-down version of an Obamacare repeal bill.
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Justine Damond's Family Sets Up Memorial Fund in Her Honor
The family of the Australian woman fatally shot by a police officer in Minneapolis has set up a memorial fund in her honor, which will include "causes that promote equal treatment and opportunities for all people."
Jury Urged to Convict 'Pharma Bro' Shkreli of Fraud, Stealing
In the case's closing arguments, a U.S. prosecutor on Thursday urged jurors to convict former drug company executive Martin Shkreli of defrauding investors in his hedge funds and stealing from his old company to repay them.
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War Inside the White House: Scaramucci Takes On Priebus
An escalating White House war between two top advisers to President Donald Trump entered a new stage Thursday after Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci lobbed a grenade of leak accusations that were seen as an attack against chief of staff Reince Priebus.
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Superstar WR Wants to be Highest-Paid Player in Entire NFL
Odell Beckham Jr. says that not only does he want to be the highest-paid receiver, he wants to be the highest-paid player in the NFL.
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Jeff Bezos (Briefly) Surpasses Bill Gates as the World's Richest Man
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is now the richest person in the world, with a fortune of more than $90 billion.
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House GOP Approves $1.6 Billion for Trump's Wall
WASHINGTON— The House passed a $788 billion spending bill Thursday that combines a $1.6 billion down payment for President Donald Trump's controversial border wall with Mexico with a whopping budget increase for the Pentagon. The 326- page measure would make good on longtime GOP promises to reverse an erosion in military readiness. GOP leaders used the...
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One of China's Richest Men Convicted of Bribing United Nations Ambassadors
Ng Lap Seng, a Chinese billionaire who wanted to build a U.N. facility in China that would be as big as the one in New York, was convicted of bribery, conspiracy and money laundering charges on Thursday.
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LGBTQ Film Festival Pops Up in Unexpected Place: Rural Oklahoma
A new LGBTQ film festival has debuted in McAlester, Okla., a small town better known for being the site of the state's penitentiary than for its gay community.
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Joint Chiefs: No Transgender Policy Changes Until Trump Clarifies Tweets
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said the military will not change its transgender policy until President Trump clarifies what he meant in his tweets.
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Trump Administration: No Civil Rights Protection for Gays and Lesbians
The DOJ told an appeals court this week that federal civil rights law does not ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
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Trump Honors First Responders at Congressional Baseball Attack
WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump has presented the Medal of Valor to five of the first responders injured in a shooting on a congressional baseball practice last month.
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FAMU Sorority Sisters Flaunt Their Melanin
Twenty-eight women from Florida A&M University's Delta Sigma Theta Sorority celebrate their melanin in Costa Rica with beach photo shoot.
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From Sales Associate to Superstar: Our Chat With Prince Royce
Dorean K. Collins
Prince Royce discusses his FIVE tour, the future of his career, and what it was like going from selling phones at Sprint to performing on stages all across the country.
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Ohio Will 'Move On' After Fatal Accident at Fair, Kasich Says
Ohio Gov. John Kasich told reporters that the accident that killed one person and injured seven more would not define the state fair.
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