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Michelle Obama Wears Bubblegum Pink to Play Tourist in Tuscany

Michelle Obama Wears Bubblegum Pink to Play Tourist in Tuscany

The pair conspicuously arrived in the central Italian region on Friday, flying in on a private plane escorted by six fighter jets and a 13-car motorcade as they headed to a $15,000 a night private villa owned by Obama's former ambassador to Italy, John Philips.



Trump Pushes for Mideast Peace, Avoids Thorny Details

Accordingly, he reminded the assembled Muslim leaders of his inaugural address, in which he "promised that America will not seek to impose our way of life on others". Speaking at his first news conference since winning a second term in Friday's presidential election in Iran, Mr Rouhani dismissed the summit as "just a show".


North Korea 'flatly rejects' United Nations vow to tighten sanctions

North Korea 'flatly rejects' United Nations vow to tighten sanctions

The United States, which has condemned repeated North Korean missile launches , said Sunday's launch of what North Korea dubbed the Pukguksong-2 was of a "medium-range" missile, and USA -based experts doubted the reliability of the relatively new solid-fuel type after so few tests.


Former CIA chief Brennan had concerns about Russian contacts with Trump campaign

Former CIA chief Brennan had concerns about Russian contacts with Trump campaign

Brennan called the leaks "very, very damaging" and "appalling" and that the people responsibile for leaking the information "need to be tracked down". "Seeing these types of contacts during the same period of time raised my concern", Brennan said. He says that last summer he was increasingly concerned that Russian officials were perhaps trying to enlist the cooperation of people in the Trump campaign.



Trump Administration Eyeing Low-Income Subsidies in Obamacare Repeal Bill

The House approved the GOP's ACA replacement plan, known as the American Health Care Act , May 4. Making this such a crucial debate for the GOP is the fact that 20 Republican senators hail from states that expanded Medicaid , meaning the House version of the bill would significantly hamper the healthcare now available in those areas.