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Oh great, Ivanka Trump will be in Detroit tomorrow

Oh great, Ivanka Trump will be in Detroit tomorrow

Fewer than half of US high schools offer computer programming and close to 40 percent don't teach physics, the White House said. The Obama administration called for $4 billion for computer science education in an initiative announced in January 2016; however, that funding never materialized from Congress.


Mexico travellers warned against meth-laced 7Up drinks

Mexico travellers warned against meth-laced 7Up drinks

According to the news release from the Baja California Health Department , the officials are investigating how the drug made its way into the soda. "None of the 7Up products sold in the USA are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico", Barnes said in a statement. In July, the U.S. State Department alerted travelers to Mexico about possible tainted or counterfeit alcohol that could cause sickness and blacking out.


Theresa May's own chancellor avoids backing her candidacy for next election

Theresa May's own chancellor avoids backing her candidacy for next election

But in a sign of the circular arguments that have characterised the negotiations so far, British Brexit minister David Davis linked any settlement of the multibillion-euro bill to reaching a deal on future relations. The third condition is the fate of Northern Ireland's border with the EU-member Republic of Ireland where both sides are wary of endangering the Good Friday peace process.


Hatch says it may be 'virtually impossible' to pass Obamacare replacement

Hatch says it may be 'virtually impossible' to pass Obamacare replacement

The GOP has made promises to scrap the law a high-profile campaign vow for years. He was the third Republican to vote "no", just enough to kill it. Politico says they were "dragged out" by Capitol Police. States that received waivers could allow insurers to sell bare-bones policies that didn't cover everything required under Obamacare . The changes, unveiled Sunday, come in the wake of Arizona Sen.


Trump announces latest travel ban

Trump announces latest travel ban

One senior official insisted to the Post that the restrictions "either previously or now were never, ever ever based on race, religion, or creed", adding that the governments included "are simply not compliant with our basic security requirements".


Trump criticises Iran over its recent ballistic missile test

Trump criticises Iran over its recent ballistic missile test

That missile exploded shortly after that launch. The missile, dubbed Khoramshahr, reportedly has a range of 1,250 miles and can carry multiple warheads. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing the United Nations last week where he urged the world body to "fix or nix" the Iranian nuclear agreement.