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Health care on Senate Republicans' Agenda

Health care on Senate Republicans' Agenda

Sen. Lindsey Graham , a South Carolina Republican, also said Monday that "I don't think there will be" when asked if she shared concerns there wouldn't be a health care bill in the Senate by the end of the year. Elected on pledges to overhaul the healthcare system and slash taxes, Trump has yet to achieve a major legislative win, and time is running out before lawmakers leave Washington for the August break.


Florida woman births 13 pound, 5 ounce baby

Florida woman births 13 pound, 5 ounce baby

Baby Carleigh was born on May 15 at Orange Park Medical Center in Florida much to the joy of her parents and hospital staff. But they had no idea when they started the C-section process, she would be that big. Since Carleigh has gestational diabetes, doctors knew she would be big, but they didn't expect her to be so big. Twenty-seven percent of her body was covered in wounds after a fire ravaged her kitchen.


Several wounded in attacks on Iran parliament, tomb

Several wounded in attacks on Iran parliament, tomb

State broadcaster IRIB reported that one of the parliament attackers detonated a suicide vest on the fourth floor of the building amid the ongoing siege. Heavy gunfire could be heard on videos filmed from outside parliament, and there are reports that a security guard has been killed. The BBC said this was the most serious terrorist incident in Tehran since the early years of the Islamic revolution of 1979 led by Khomeini.



Trump names Federal Bureau of Investigation director nominee: Christopher Wray

He served as assistant attorney general in the Justice Department's criminal division from 2003 to 2005, working on corporate fraud scandals and cases involving US financial markets, according to his biography on the law firm's website . House Speaker Paul Ryan also appeared caught off-guard by Wray's nomination. During his appearance before the Senate intelligence committee, Mr Comey is expected to describe his encounters with the president in the weeks before he was sacked on May 9.



US President Donald Trump picks Christopher Wray as the new FBI director

Attorney's Offices across the country. He oversaw the president's corporate fraud task force and oversaw the Enron Task Force. After intervening in a late-night White House effort to persuade a seriously ill Attorney General John Ashcroft to reauthorize a secret warrantless surveillance program in his hospital room, Comey, who was then deputy attorney general, encountered Wray, who was criminal chief, in a Justice Department corridor.