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President Trump plays in a truck, Twitter responds

President Trump plays in a truck, Twitter responds

Photoshopping skills have, of course, come out in full force. That makes truckers a valuable voting bloc and a powerful lobby, one that is fiercely opposed to Obamacare, the healthcare system that guarantees medical insurance for millions of Americans.


Chuck Berry's family will release new music 'in the coming days'

Chuck Berry's family will release new music 'in the coming days'

Tim Riley , professor of journalism at Emerson College , Boston-based music critic, and author of " Lennon: Man, Myth, Music ". When health concerns forced him to stop touring and recording in 2015, Berry continued to oversee production and planning for Chuck, enlisting his family and close friend Joe Edwards, the owner of Blueberry Hill, to fulfill his wishes that the album be completed and released.


Republicans Pull Health Care Bill at Trump's Request

Republicans Pull Health Care Bill at Trump's Request

More conservative legislators, including members of the Freedom Caucus, were frustrated the bill didn't fully roll back the Affordable Care Act before building something new. House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled the bill minutes before a vote was to take place as it became apparent there was not enough support for passage. Tax reform, the next major Trump goal, will have to originate in the House of Representatives, but some pundits said the health-care collapse will force a strategic shift.


Saving Obamacare is now up to Trump

Saving Obamacare is now up to Trump

The White House said Friday evening the fate of Obamacare is now in the hands of Democrats after no one in the party vowed to support the GOP's healthcare bill that is on indefinite hold. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said that now "people are paying for benefits that neither they, their spouse, their family needs". President Trump returned to Twitter Saturday to reassure his followers after Friday's bruising healthcare loss.


Landslide kills dozens at waste dump near Ethiopian capital

Landslide kills dozens at waste dump near Ethiopian capital

Many of them had been scavenging items to make a living, but others were people who lived there because renting homes, largely built of mud and sticks, was relatively affordable. Numerous victims were squatters, who scavenged for valuables in the dump, he said. Diriba Kuma, Addis Ababa city Mayor, told reporters on Sunday morning that humanitarian activities and the search for missing people is well underway since the occurrence of the landslide at 8 pm on Saturday night.


Shot, 1 Killed in Cincinnati Club Shooting

Shot, 1 Killed in Cincinnati Club Shooting

Further investing into this saddening incident is now underway by police authorities and so, it's no clear what prompted the shooting. After family members of the victims were notified, many of them thronged the hospitals as they waited for more updates from the police.