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Former White House President Reince Priebus was elected to join the Navy

President Trump's first chief of staff is about to join the Navy Reserve, based on a recommendation from Defense Minister Jim Mattis. Reince Priebus 46, served as the head of staff for about six months, which began at the beginning of the Trump Administration in January 2017. Priebus also chaired the Republican National Committee from 2011 to 2017. [19659003] Pentagon …

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Democrats demand answers, DHS investigation on the death of Guatemalan girl, 7

Congress Democrats demand a full investigation by US customs and border guards when a seven-year-old Guatemalan girl died last week while he was in US custody, a report said on Friday. Five leading democratic legislators, including members who will soon be chairman of the court and home security committees, sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General …

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The Federal Judge Rules Affordable Care Act is unconditional without insurance coverage

WASHINGTON – A federal judge in Texas on Friday claims that affordable custody is unconstitutional now that Congress has eliminated a penalty for those who renounce health insurance, doubting the challenging health issue and coverage of millions of Americans. [19659002] US District Judge Reed O'Connor, a president of President George W. Bush, ruled that the entire Obama era health act …

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California Those accused of childbirth say he spanked daughter, cops say do not hurt on skins: report

FIL: Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula sayshe has no plans to terminate. (AP Photo / Rich Pedroncelli, File) A California legislature arrested earlier this week with suspicions about children's cruelty said Thursday that the allegation stemmed from spanking her 7-year-old daughter. Joaquin Arambula, a Democratic Assembly, said he spanked his daughter on Sunday night and it is a punishment tool that he …

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Despite the federal judge's verdict, Obamacare exchanges are open to business, says CMS official

A spokesperson from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services told Fox News on Saturday that open-label inscription for Affordable Care Act health insurance will continue despite the federal judge's judgment that the law is insufficient and must be "invalidated in its entirety". [19659002] US District Judge Reed O'Connor, a federal judge in Texas appointed by President George W. Bush, ruled …

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Obamacare notification continues Saturday after the referee's judgment

Nothing has changed despite the fact that a federal judge in Texas ruled Friday that the affordable care team's individual coverage mandate is insufficient and void throughout the law. "The law is still in force," said Tim Jost, Professor of Emeritus, Washington and Lee University School of Law. But he added the ruling: "Everyone will be confused about what it …

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North Carolina governor vetoed last voter ID legislation

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 15, 2018 / 3:22 AM GMT At Associated Press RALEIGH, NC – Democratic Government Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed legislation to implement a voter photo identification mandate that was added to the state constitution in a recent Cooper has …

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Woman arrested after racist tirade in the NYC subway

The dispute between Anna Lushchinskaya, a 40-year-old white woman and 24-year-old passenger, a woman of Asian descent, began after Lushchinskaya encountered the woman at the beginning of Tuesday, the New York Police Department announced CNN. Lushchinskaya screamed profanities on the victim on the northern D-train and hit her with an umbrella and keys, NYPD said. On video caught by witnesses, …

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