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In June, the 22-year-old was medically evacuated to the US and died six days later in Cincinnati. He died on June 19. Fred and Cindy Warmbier told Fox and Friends they knew their son was in a coma, but hoped medical care in the United States would be enough to save Otto.
  • Biggest Flash Points In The Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill

    Biggest Flash Points In The Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill

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    And it gets rid of all the subsidies that help people buy insurance. The new Graham-Cassidy proposal for healthcare reform would introduce a number of changes and repeal huge chunks of the ACA, also known as Obamacare . "It is an abandonment of people who need support". Now, Access sees more than 180,000 patients a year. "The far-reaching implications of Congress' actions are too significant for that kind of governance", the committee chairmen said.
  • 'North Korea boosts defenses' amid tensions with US

    'North Korea boosts defenses' amid tensions with US

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    North Korea warned Sunday that military action by the United States would lead to the "most tragic" end for the U.S., vowing that the country would not sit on President Donald Trump's threat to destroy the regime. American warplanes flew along North Korea's eastern coastline Saturday in a show of force, the Pentagon reported . 'The question of who won't be around much longer will be answered then, ' he said.
  • Disgraced ex-US Congressman sentenced to 21 months in sexting case

    Disgraced ex-US Congressman sentenced to 21 months in sexting case

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    The former lawmaker, who had been released on bail and is amid a divorce from close Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, with whom he has a son, was also sentenced to three years on parole once he leaves prison. The government had urged the judge to consider Weiner's claims of a therapeutic awakening in light of similar claims he made after embarrassing, widely publicized interactions with adult women before encountering the teenager online in January 2016.
  • Trump Administration Expands Travel Ban

    Trump Administration Expands Travel Ban

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    Romero, executive director of the ACLU. "We can not risk the prospect of malevolent actors using our immigration system to take American lives", White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said in a statement . The ban is now "condition-based and not time-based". The Movement of Non-Aligned Countries or NAM also issued a statement rejecting the use of coercive measures against sovereign peoples, added Arreaza.
  • Yonkers Police Officer Shot in Face; Suspects in Custody

    Yonkers Police Officer Shot in Face; Suspects in Custody

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    A female Yonkers police officer was shot in the face on Monday night, following what appeared to be a routine traffic stop, law enforcement sources said. "She was struck. She is in serious but stable condition, but thank God she's going to be OK", said Yonkers Police Commissioner Charles Gardner. She called police, who told her to stay inside.
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    In a show of might, USA bombers and fighter escorts flew Saturday to the farthest point north of the border between North and South Korea by any such American aircraft this century. Regarding who or what country might "last longer", the North Korean official added, "We will see when the time comes". We continue to seek a peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Trump travel ban expires Sunday; new ban may vary by country

    Trump travel ban expires Sunday; new ban may vary by country

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    Trump in August had said that the USA has "many options for Venezuela , including a possible military option" to address the crisis in Venezuela , which drew rebukes from some of the U.S.'s strongest allies in the region. North Korea has responded harshly to Trump's United Nations address in which he lambasted Pyongyang and its leader Kim Jong-un in a typically colorful and direct manner.
  • North Korea Says US Declaring War, Threatens Countermeasures

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    North Korea's top diplomat responded to that Monday at the U.N., telling reporters it was a declaration of war against his country by the United States and that the country has the right to shoot down US warplanes in global airspace. "The whole world should clearly remember it was the USA who first declared war on our country", he told reporters in NY on Monday, where he had been attending the annual United Nations General Assembly.
  • North Korea Says It Reserves Right To Shoot Down US Bombers

    North Korea Says It Reserves Right To Shoot Down US Bombers

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    They view the remark by North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho and a recent propaganda video simulating such an attack as tit-for-tat responses to fiery rhetoric by U.S. Speaking at the United Nations on Saturday, Ri said that Trump had made a missile attack on the U.S. mainland inevitable by insulting the dignity of North Korea.
  • Trump Approves More Than 100K Illegal Aliens for DACA in Last Three Months

    Trump Approves More Than 100K Illegal Aliens for DACA in Last Three Months

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    Earlier this month, President Donald Trump announced plans to phase out DACA in six months while urging Congress to create a more permanent solution on more solid legal ground. Under DACA, undocumented people brought to the United States as children were allowed to remain in the country by applying and registering with the federal government.
  • Barbara Blaine, founder of group for clergy abuse victims, dies at 61

    Barbara Blaine, founder of group for clergy abuse victims, dies at 61

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    The first SNAP meeting of victims was held at a Chicago hotel. She reportedly died Sunday at the age of 61. According to a statement from her family, she died while on vacation in St. Blaine, who was in Switzerland for the hearing. Ms. Blaine's life changed after she read Mr. Berry's articles in 1985 in the newspaper The National Catholic Reporter about a serial pedophile priest in Louisiana.
  • Trump says National Football League anthem protests unrelated to race

    Trump says National Football League anthem protests unrelated to race

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    Sanders repeated that it's "always appropriate" for the president to "promote" the flag and the national anthem , things that should be unifying for Americans. Sanders also pushed back against a reporter who drew a comparison with Trump's August comment that there were " very fine people " among the white supremacists who violently protested the removal of Confederate statues in Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Far-right party AfD hit by split at the top

    Far-right party AfD hit by split at the top

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    Josef Schuster, the president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, said that his worst fears had come true: "A party that tolerates far-right views in its ranks and incites hate against minorities in our country is today not only in nearly all state parliaments but also represented in the Bundestag".
  • Rain tonight, cooler the rest of the week

    Rain tonight, cooler the rest of the week

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    That will be followed by a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 7 p.m., the weather service said. Thunderstorm chances will increase Monday and continue through Wednesday as a strong, slow moving cold front pushes through eastern Oklahoma, the National Weather Service in Tulsa said.
  • President's travel ban to be replaced with country-specific restrictions

    President's travel ban to be replaced with country-specific restrictions

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    The Trump administration announced new restrictions Sunday on visitors from eight countries - an expansion of the pre-existing travel ban that has spurred fierce legal debates over security, immigration and discrimination. For the five remaining countries, which were part of the original executive order, the exceptions to the visa ban imposed by the Supreme Court for close relatives will remain until Oct 18.