The Huffington Post
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This will allow them time to come up with some rational changes to the Affordable Care Act to make it more sustainable for the long term. What they really need to do, though, is to buy themselves some time and some stability to have a bipartisan debate about what should be done about the insurance market in the United States. What happens next, and what will you be looking for in the very near term, in the coming weeks or couple of months? Molina: In the coming weeks, I think the most important priority is to fund these cost-sharing reductions to make sure that people who rely on them continue to have access to health insurance. Longer term, I think that the country needs to address the high cost of health care, which is what drives the high cost of insurance. We often hear that the ACA and the individual market is failing. Its not. And if the funding continues, I think that it will do well in 2017 and 2018.
Washington Free Beacon
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Wheeler said that something does not add up with Russia's strategy, arguing that while many congressional Democrats claim Russian President Vladimir Putin is the puppet master of President Trump, Moscow is becoming an ally with Iran, whose leaders called the United States "the Great Satin." Later in the interview, Wheeler called out the Obama administration for being "naive" to think it could trust Iran to uphold the nuclear deal based on the country's track record. "This is the nation, Iran, by the way that uses their civilian airports, their civilian passenger jets to carry weapons and money to use them militarily," Wheeler said. "Who on Earth in their right mind would trust Iran to be using a nuclear reactor for a civilian-only purpose, not to be using the leftovers in it for some kind of military weaponry purpose?" Wheeler asked Kredo why Russia would forge an alliance with Iran, which prompted Kredo to say that it is a "partnership of convenience.
21stCenturyWire
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Apparently arguing for more American attacks, Abazeed said that one strike was not enough. She alleged that air bases, other than the one Trump bombed, were still launching air raids on civilians. The panelists insisted that they were apolitical, seeking only an end to war. They just wanted the United States to build a movement to stop the conflict. Amazingly, despite subsisting on funds and monies from other countries such as Japan, they said they dont need outside support or finances. They only wanted to reach the American people and obtain needed funds for Syrian families. Additionally, they went on to say they helped anyone who needed their aid and did not ask if they were for or against the Syrian government. A member of the audience, Alex Abouhuessein, spoke up and said that Washington, D.C. needs people to tell the real story about Syria.
Al Jazeera
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Breitbart News
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President Donald Trump discussed his decision to renegotiate NAFTA, admitting that terminating the trade deal would cause too much economic chaos. I decided rather than terminating NAFTA, which would be a pretty big, you know, shock to the system, we will renegotiate,” Trump said. But Trump signaled he was still open to the idea of killing the agreement, if he couldnt get a good deal from Mexico and Canada. “If Im unable to make a fair deal for the United States, meaning a fair deal for our workers and our companies, I will terminate NAFTA,” he said. “But were going to give renegotiation a good, strong shot. Trump made his remarks to White House reporters during a visit from Argentinian president Mauricio Macri. The president shocked Mexico and Canada after news reports revealed Wednesday that the White House had drafted an executive order to terminate NAFTA.
ABC News - United States
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BBC News 24
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Parliament has been dissolved it reminds me of August 2013 when David Cameron went to Parliament to ask for a vote on action in Syria. He didn't get the votes. The Americans were unhappy about that. President Obama then rode back from taking military action here in the United States against Syria and, at the time, the White House was saying - it was.
BBC News 24
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China, so they can get much more involved. After all, 85% of the trading that North Korea does is with China. I think China right now realises their interests are aligned with the United States, with regard to a nuclear armed North Korea because the question is really - can they - or can't they, in terms of delivering a nuclear warhead to where you live as opposed to.
ABC News - United States
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ABC News - United States
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Syrian women push for a seat at the table in deciding their country's future with trip to Washington and New York.
Washington Free Beacon
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BBC One Wales
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in favour of free trade as long as it is fair, and it has been. In the United States there were a lot of discussion about NAFTA and we are in favour of continuing in NAFTA and we are also in favour of modernization of that agreement, pretty clearly the type of principles around currency.
Carscoops
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Diesel-powered vehicles dont have the best reputation at the moment, but that wont stop BMW from introducing the 540d in the United States. Read more »
ABC News - United States
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Memories are all that remain of a 600-year-old white oak tree that's believed to be among the oldest in the nation
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ITV
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If the United States were to come to us with a request that we thought was reasonable and proportionate and measured for assistance, then obviously we would have to consider that request. And would he put it to a vote in Parliament? Well, we would have to consider it one way or the other. Given that..
ITV
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You have to do things collectively. Otherwise the danger is the whole thing spinning is out of control between Russia and the United States. That is incredibly dangerous. The No's have it. David Cameron lost a Commons vote on strikes in Syria back in 2013. Both Labour and some Liberal Democrat MPs helps to veto the action. Today Tim Farron, out campaigning,.
The Sun Daily
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LAUSANNE: North Korea will no longer host the Junior World Judo Championships due to security concerns, the International Judo Federation (IJF) said on Thursday. Pyongyang had been due to host the event in October but that has now been switched to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The IJF said the move had been forced because of the "alarming" situation the reclusive communist nation finds itself in on the international stage with tensions growing in particular with the United States, which has sent a missile defence system to South Korea amid concerns about the North's nuclear ambitions. "There are some outstanding issues like air accessibility of Pyongyang, safety and security of participants and their belongings, communications with the outside world, possibility of live streaming etc," said the IJF, which had held meetings with the North Korean sports ministry.
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ABC News - United States
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Lori Gertz, who lives in Encinitas, California, and George Ghossn, who lives in East Islip, New York, have been pen pals for 42 years. The two met for the first time April 11 in Carle Place, New York.
France 24
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"Now with crises all around, we hear from our partners, starting from the UN ... that a rapid reaction force from the EU would be needed to be deployed in some crisis areas," she said. Mogherini has spearheaded efforts to give the EU the "hard power" to match its "soft power" influence. Britain, nuclear armed and with a permanent veto at the United Nations, long opposed such efforts, fearing the creation of a "European army" commanded from Brussels. But Brexit has taken Britain out of the equation and faced with doubts over US President Donald Trump's commitment to Europe's defence, Mogherini has led voices urging the EU to take on a more active defence role. In March, defence and foreign ministers approved her plans for an embryonic military headquarters to coordinate EU overseas security operations. German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen said it was "impressive to see that now all 27 member states (minus Britain) are ready to put the security and defence union on a good path.
Washington Free Beacon
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