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The Rise of the Anti-Trump

The Rise of the Anti-Trump "Girthers"

President Donald Trump's doctor , Dr. Ronny Jackson , characterized the president's health as " excellent ", but like the majority of Americans, Trump is overweight and he doesn't get enough exercise. The president hit back at the book earlier this month by calling himself a "very stable genius" and dubbing the author, Michael Wolff, "mentally deranged".


Republic Day Celebrations 2018: All You Need To Know

Republic Day Celebrations 2018: All You Need To Know

India is an important dialogue partner of ASEAN because of the many important agenda under the ASEAN-India plan of action. Under the ASEAN-India plan of action, trade and investment, connectivity, agriculture, tourism, culture, science and technology, and climate change are among the priority areas of cooperation.


Nebraska senators weigh in on government shutdown

Nebraska senators weigh in on government shutdown

A bill released late Tuesday as part of the spending negotiations would extend CHIP for six years and negate the need for these short-term fixes. He could've reached out to President Obama and offered to extend it for several more years.


Cardi B comes to Offset's rescue over homophobic lyric

Cardi B comes to Offset's rescue over homophobic lyric

Ever since videos of Offset cheating on his fiancee Cardi B emerged, people have been expecting her to end the relationship, but she hasn't and has even defended her decision to stay. On that note, the Migos rapper came under fire last week for using the word "queer" in a rap verse. Offset claimed that the term "queer" referred to paparazzi and "lame people who film you, post it and stalk you".


United States shutdown over, new deadline looms

United States shutdown over, new deadline looms

The House passed a stopgap bill last week that would have funded the federal government through February 16, but the change to the bill in the Senate forced House lawmakers to vote on the new terms. As the clock ticked toward a scheduled 1 a.m. Monday vote - set by McConnell in part because of arcane Senate rules but later postponed - the moderates made the most visible progress toward a deal.