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Under state aid refers to food stamps, subsidies for medicines under the program of health services Medicaid and Medicare Part D and temporary assistance for poor families. As NBC News previously reported , earlier versions of the proposal included more draconian measures, such as limiting green cards and citizenship for immigrants who had used Obamacare or certain tax credits.
  • Kavanaugh sex assault allegations 'totally political:' Trump

    Kavanaugh sex assault allegations 'totally political:' Trump

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    The party controls the Senate 51-49 and the Judiciary panel by 11-10, so it can not afford GOP "no" votes. President Trump on Monday offered a full-throated defense of his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in the face of new allegations of sexual misconduct, calling the claims "totally political".
  • UK's Labour Party ponders supporting new Brexit referendum

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    Following a monumental five-hour debate of Labour Party members and union delegates, Labour has chose to ask its members to back a complex motion which fails to rule out either a General Election or a new referendum. He added: 'But I was elected to empower the members of the party. More than 100 constituency parties submitted motions demanding a second referendum at the conference in Liverpool.
  • Dallas officer fired, accused of fatally shooting neighbor in his own apartment

    Dallas officer fired, accused of fatally shooting neighbor in his own apartment

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    She lived on the third floor, but mistook Jean's fourth floor residence for hers, according to the arrest warrant affidavit obtained by the Dallas Morning News . When she put her key in the apartment door, which was unlocked and slightly ajar, it opened, the affidavit said. Guyger was hired in November 2013 and assigned the Southeast Patrol Division.
  • Indonesian teen survives 48 days adrift at sea

    Indonesian teen survives 48 days adrift at sea

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    Every week, the owner would send someone to harvest the fish in the trap and give Mr Aldi a week's worth of supplies: food, gas for cooking, clean water and fuel for the generator. The coastline was not visible from the fishing rafts and the numerous rompong were kilometres apart from one another, said Mr Adilang's mother, Met Kahiking.
  • Conway suggests 'left-wing conspiracy' after new Kavanaugh allegation

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    A search on OpenSecrets.org reveals Keyser's only political donation has been to former Democratic senator Byron Dorgan. They have also cast some doubt on Ford's allegations, with the Judiciary panel announcing that it had investigated the incident and talked to three other people who Ford has told The Washington Post were at the party - Judge, Patrick J.
  • Joe Biden invokes 'Deliverance' rape scene in defense of Kavanaugh accuser

    Joe Biden invokes 'Deliverance' rape scene in defense of Kavanaugh accuser

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    Cramer says that's because unlike Hill and Thomas, Kavanaugh and his accuser were teenagers who "evidently were drunk" when the alleged assault occurred at a high school party. "Congressman Cramer's comments are disturbing and they don't reflect the values of North Dakota". She told the paper that, at the time , she thought Kavanaugh might "inadvertently kill me" and that the assault "derailed me substantially for four or five years".
  • Britain's Labour keeps second Brexit referendum on table

    Britain's Labour keeps second Brexit referendum on table

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    Corbyn joined local MP Dan Carden at Anfield, meeting with the Fans Supporting Foodbanks initiative before kick-off and paying his respects at the Hillsborough memorial ahead of the game. People protest against Brexit during the Labour party's annual conference. "The prime minister should report to parliament on what has happened...and then we should then measure her proposals for the relationship with the European Union against the six tests that the Labour party has put down".
  • Russian Federation says Israeli role in Syria plane downing was premeditated

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    President Vladimir Putin took a softer approach, saying last week that the shoot-down appeared to be the result of a "chain of tragic accidental circumstances". "We are certain that the realisation of these measures will cool the "hot heads" and will keep them from poorly thought-out actions which threaten our servicemen", Shoigu said.
  • President Trump's Latest Tariffs on Chinese Goods will Hurt Consumers

    President Trump's Latest Tariffs on Chinese Goods will Hurt Consumers

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    The rate will increase to 25 percent by the end of the year. Defiant in the face of increasing fears about the impact to the USA economy, Trump has threatened to go after all imports from China if the country refuses to change policies he says harm United States industry, particularly the theft of American technology.
  • Kavanaugh Accuser Makes Tentative Deal To Testify Thursday

    Kavanaugh Accuser Makes Tentative Deal To Testify Thursday

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    In this new story, written by Ronan Farrow , a woman named Deborah Ramirez claims Kavanaugh put his exposed penis in her face at a dorm party during their freshman year at Yale sometime between 1983 and '84. Trump contended that Ford's decision to wait so late before going public shows the incident probably was not "as bad as she says" - even if this runs counter to what experts say is the typical reaction of sexual assault victims afraid or embarrassed to report .
  • Labour: New Brexit referendum only on 'nature' of a deal

    Labour: New Brexit referendum only on 'nature' of a deal

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    MPs joined anti-Brexit protests at the gathering in Liverpool yesterday, and deputy leader Tom Watson urged a debate on the issue on the conference floor. Obviously I'm bound by the democracy of our party. "I do worry about it, because I think a lot of people will feel sold-out", she said. Even in the North and Midlands, where many Labour constituencies voted Leave in 2016, there was overwhelming support - 86% and 88% respectively - for a second vote.
  • Maldives government acknowledges opposition victory

    Maldives government acknowledges opposition victory

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    Yameen has also shrugged off accusations of authoritarianism, saying during the campaign: "No-one will come to greet me and shake my hand, if there is tyranny". Mohamed Shainee, the fisheries minister in Mr Yameen's government, said on Twitter it was, "the beginning of a new chapter" for the country. He was elected to Parliament at the age of 32 as an independent candidate in 1995, and was part of the process to draw up the country's Constitution after the then president Maumoon Abdul Gayoom ...
  • Banana shipment contained almost $18M in cocaine, authorities say

    Banana shipment contained almost $18M in cocaine, authorities say

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    Sometimes, it gives you bananas", the department wrote, adding , "Two sergeants of the Scott Unit arrived to pick them up and discovered something not quite right. Sure enough, when life handed them bananas, it was actually a shit ton of cocaine. "They immediately notified port authorities and awaited their instruction".
  • Injured solo yachtsman Abhilash Tomy rescued from 'remotest place on planet'

    Injured solo yachtsman Abhilash Tomy rescued from 'remotest place on planet'

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    Cdr Tomy is the only Indian to complete solo, non-stop circumnavigation of the globe in 2012-13 on board the Indian Naval Sailing Vessel (INSV) Mhadei , and has covered 53,000 nautical miles under sail. Race organisers said Tomy had sent another satellite text message on Sunday. Race organizers posted a photo to Facebook early Sunday of the Thuriya taken from an Indian Navy aircraft and showing the vessel's sails in the water.
  • Dozens Dead After Gunmen Open Fire on Military Parade in Iran

    Dozens Dead After Gunmen Open Fire on Military Parade in Iran

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    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday pointed blame at Arab separatists for a deadly attack on a military parade and accused an unnamed US-backed Gulf state of supporting them. Rouhani, who engineered Iran's 2015 nuclear deal that ushered in a cautious detente with Washington before tensions resurged with President Donald Trump's decision in May to quit the accord, said: "America is acting like a bully towards the rest of the world.and thinks it can act based on brute force".
  • Ted Cruz: Beto O’Rourke Voted 67 Times to Keep Obamacare

    Ted Cruz: Beto O’Rourke Voted 67 Times to Keep Obamacare

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    Snappy and heavy on snark, Cruz and O'Rourke held nothing back in the first of three debates . Cruz called O'Rourke "out of step with Texas", and O'Rourke responded that "only one of us has been to each county in Texas". "We can make our schools safer by having officers protect them", Cruz said. "Thoughts and prayers, Sen". Cruz said it's a slap in the face to veterans.
  • Cohen has given 'critical information' to Mueller team, attorney says

    Cohen has given 'critical information' to Mueller team, attorney says

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    Cohen, who pleaded guilty to fraud and campaign finance crimes last month, deleted the post within seconds, but not before it spread like wildfire across social media. Cohen pleaded guilty last month to eight felonies and implicated the president in payments to silence two women whose claims of affairs with Trump might have damaged his presidential hopes.
  • Putin says ready to boost anti-terror cooperation with Iran

    Putin says ready to boost anti-terror cooperation with Iran

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    Gunmen fired on a viewing stand where Iranian officials had gathered to watch an annual event marking the start of the Islamic Republic's 1980-88 war with Iraq. An Iranian ethnic Arab opposition movement called the Ahvaz National Resistance claimed responsibility for the attack. Two of the gunmen were killed and two arrested.
  • Storm Bronagh brings road and rail chaos

    Storm Bronagh brings road and rail chaos

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    Ireland could escape the worst of Bronagh but Callum could be a differant story. "However, the strongest winds are most likely along the northeast coast of England in the early hours of the morning", said Met Office chief meteorologist Paul Gundersen.
  • Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang dies aged 61

    Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang dies aged 61

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    Tran Dai Quang held the position of President of Vietnam from April 2016. President Quang had received treatment for his medical condition in hospitals overseas, according to VN Express. Experts say that the president largely has a ceremonial role. His last public appearance was at a Politburo meeting and a reception for a Chinese delegation on Wednesday.
  • Israeli delegation in Moscow to share data on plane downing

    Israeli delegation in Moscow to share data on plane downing

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    The Russian plane was shot down by Syrian air defenses on September 17 after Israeli missiles struck the coastal region of Latakia. It also risked harming relations between Israel and Russian Federation, which established a hotline three years ago to avoid accidental clashes in Syria, but the leaders of both countries have since sought to move past the incident.