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Joe Dunford : Top US general condemns racism after Charlottesville violence

Joe Dunford : Top US general condemns racism after Charlottesville violence

Trump has blamed both sides for the violence. "I thought what happened was a frightful moment for our country, but there are two sides to every story". The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff stressed today that there is no room in the US military for racism and bigotry. 'The Navy will forever stand against intolerance and hatred .


Five suspected terrorists killed following second attack in east Spain

Five suspected terrorists killed following second attack in east Spain

He was at work one street over when the attack unfolded and spoke about what happened. Italian media reported that Gulotta had been holding five-year-old son Alessandro s hand just before he was hit by the van. The arrests were made in the northern Catalan town of Ripoll and in Alcanar, the site of an explosion on Wednesday night which killed one person.


Amit Shah's visit has rattled Congress leaders, says Suresh Kumar

Amit Shah's visit has rattled Congress leaders, says Suresh Kumar

BJP Slum Morcha State General Secretary R. Raghu Kautilya, former MLC Thontadharya, City General Secretaries H.V. Rajeev, Nandeesh Preetham, Deputy Mayor Rathna Lakshman, Mysuru Division party in-charge L. Some State leaders too had been called for the meeting. The results not only proved his mettle but, also brought him close to the party president Amit Shah.


Trump memoir ghostwriter predicts US leader will resign

Trump memoir ghostwriter predicts US leader will resign

Schwartz , who worked closely with Trump on the 1987-bestseller he claims to have ghostwritten said: "Trump's presidency is effectively over". For Americans who don't support Trump-that's a lot of folks, considering the president's approval rating is hovering at about 37 percent-Schwartz warned that they have to keep up the pressure if they want the billionaire to resign.


HHS awards almost $4.8 million to Texas health centers

HHS awards almost $4.8 million to Texas health centers

Aside from being the primary medical home for 1 in 7 Californians, health centers also provide a wide range of wellness and wrap-around services for working- and middle-class communities. During National Health Center Week 2017 (Aug. 13-19), many congressional leaders will visit a local health center and show their support for a solution that delivers results: lower costs, healthier people and family-wage jobs - we employ 250 people directly and another 100 indirectly.