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U.S. strikes Pro-Assad Military in Syria

The United States military has carried out an air strike against forces supported by the Syrian Government that posed a threat to US-coalition fighters in the country's south, US officials say. Muzahem al Saloum, from the armed rebel group Maghawir al-Thawra, said that the jets struck after some rebel forces clashed with Syrian and Iranian militias after they had advanced to about 27 kilometres from the base.


James Comey's friend says he was disgusted after Trump's WH hug

James Comey's friend says he was disgusted after Trump's WH hug

And in fact when I chose to just do it, I said to myself, I said you know , this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made up story , it's an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should have won.


Julian Assange WikiLeaks founder's accuser 'shocked', maintains accusations

Julian Assange WikiLeaks founder's accuser 'shocked', maintains accusations

Assange also voiced bitterness about the Swedish allegations against him, which date back to 2010. President Donald Trump has said it is "OK" with him if Sessions does that. Manning, a transgender woman and US soldier, was convicted of espionage in 2013 and sentenced to 35 years in an all-male prison. Her sentence was commuted in the final days of the Obama administration.



Unaffordable health care for many

A compromise struck at the last minute created the waiver system, which allows individual states the option of restructuring the health insurance market within their borders, providing they meet certain requirements. The Kaiser team agreed that allowing insurers to charge people more if they already have heart disease, diabetes or some other condition provides a "strong incentive" to maintain coverage.



Trump was 'scared to death' of Federal Bureau of Investigation director, says Comey?s father

He added, "The investigation would have always continued, and obviously, the termination of Comey would not have ended it". Several other Trump aides have had close contacts and business ties with Russian Federation, and although the President has gradually distanced himself from them or fired them (even while defending them as he continues to do in the case of sacked NSA Michael Flynn), the flames of infamy are now coming uncomfortably close to him.