Author: 0 GOP health bill a far cry from Trump promises

The poll out Wednesday from the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation also found a growing share of the public concerned that the GOP's American Health Care Act will have negative consequences for them personally by increasing their costs, making it harder to get and keep health insurance, or reducing quality.

Author: 0 Ethiopian beats Briton to head WHO

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom was elected as the new head of the powerful World Health Organization on Tuesday, vowing to shake up an agency widely seen as needing major reform. There were 186 member states who were eligible to cast ballots. The three were the last remaining from an original field of six candidates to lead the World Health Organization, which is tasked with combating outbreaks and chronic diseases.

Medical Baylor faces Oklahoma in World Series
Author: 0 Baylor faces Oklahoma in World Series

This is the first time these two teams have faced each other this season. The Florida Gators started their stint in the WCWS with a bang, winning 8-0 in five innings against the Texas A&M Aggies. And in the fourth, Ocasio - last year's ace, this year's cleanup hitter - delivered the biggest blow of the day, and perhaps Florida's postseason, swatting a three-run home run to right that put the Gators up 8-0, and in position to run-rule the Aggies.

Author: 0 Indians' Kluber to return from injury Thursday

The 31-year-old right-hander was originally forced to the sideline back on May 2 against the rival Detroit Tigers due to a strained lower back. He'll take the mound as a starter on Thursday as Cleveland hosts the Oakland Athletics . Kansas City. Severino (4-2) gave up one run and seven hits over 61/3 innings, striking out eight and walking one. He got plenty, most of it in a sixth inning that defies easy description.

Medical In or out? Trump announcing decision on global climate pact
Author: 0 In or out? Trump announcing decision on global climate pact

World leaders pledged Thursday to keep up the fight against global warming and urged Donald Trump to be part of that effort, hours before the us president was due to announce whether he would pull out of the Paris climate accord. New ExxonMobil CEO Darren Woods recently wrote that "we're encouraged that the pledges made at last year's Paris Accord create an effective framework for all countries to address rising emissions; in fact, our company forecasts carbon reductions consistent with ...

Author: 0 Trump shamelessly starts undoing sanctions against Russian Federation for election interference

The two Russian compounds in question are located in NY and Maryland. But when Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak visited Washington D.C. A senior US official who deals with foreign policy told NBC News that the deal could happen because the Trump administration is intent on improving relations with Russian Federation despite investigations into alleged ties with his 2016 campaign.

Author: 0 Stephen Curry ready to take back championship that got away

If the Cavaliers hope to repeat, they'll need a lot more from Kevin Love this time around. Cleveland will have to slow down a team that has been clobbering teams by 16.3 points per game in the postseason. The teams combined to average 114.5 points per game in the Finals , with the winning team averaging almost 122 points per victory. The Cavaliers won a year ago, after a one-game suspension of Draymond Green unsettled the Warriors , who ultimately bricked a 3-1 lead.

Medical The world awaits Trump's decision on climate agreement
Author: 0 The world awaits Trump's decision on climate agreement

Chief strategist Steve Bannon supports an exit. And, considering that Nicaragua didn't join because its diplomats felt the agreement doesn't go far enough toward slowing global warming , it means that, on this, the most closely aligned with Syria, which is in the midst of a bloody civil war.

Medical Handwashing: Cool water as effective as hot for removing germs Featured
Author: 0 Handwashing: Cool water as effective as hot for removing germs Featured

The issue of water temperature has been debated for a number of years without enough science to provide proof that water temperature makes a difference in hand hygiene, said the USA researchers. At present the guidelines suggest that plumbing systems at restaurants and food establishments should deliver water at 100° Fahrenheit for washing hands.

Author: 0 Spain and India PMs meet to boost economic, security ties

Modi also said that both the countries can not and should not be satisfied with the achievements and must strive to open new vistas. Merkel caused a media stir when she described last week's summit of G7 leaders as "unsatisfactory", adding based on what she had experienced during the two-day discussion with other world powers, "Europeans would have to fight for their own future".

Medical USA spelling aces advance towards $50000 prize
Author: 0 USA spelling aces advance towards $50000 prize

The Scripps National Spelling Bee is being broadcast on television and online. Gabrielle didn't make the final round because of her score on Tuesday's written spelling and grammar tests, said Valerie Miller, a spokeswoman for the Scripps Co., which stages the competition.

Author: 0 Chinese activists probing Ivanka Trump suppliers missing

Two other activists involved in the investigation are missing, CLW said . They make millions more for others, including Coach and Nine West. Abigail Klem, who took over day-to-day management when the first daughter became a White House presidential adviser, has said the brand requires licensees and their manufacturers to "comply with all applicable laws and to maintain acceptable working conditions".

Author: 0 Official says Trump expected to pull USA from Paris client deal

Mr Trump is said to now favour an exit but has been known to change his thinking on major decisions and is thought to be meeting with aides before making his decision. Supporters of the climate pact are concerned that a USA exit could lead other nations to weaken their commitments or also withdraw, softening an accord that scientists have said is critical to avoiding the worst impacts of climate change .

Medical Nigerian lawmaker abducted in northwestern state
Author: 0 Nigerian lawmaker abducted in northwestern state

Alhaji Garba Durbunde, member representing Takai/Sumaila federal constituency in the House of Representatives, was reportedly kidnapped by unknown persons along the Jere-Abuja Road, Kaduna State on Tuesday. Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of Kano , has expressed shock over the incident, describing it as "act of wickedness perpetrated by evil and cold-hearted elements".

Author: 0 Kimi Raikkonen is a victim of the old Ferrari one-two

FERRARI has a "potential cold war" brewing within its team after Sebastian Vettel beat Kimi Raikkonen in a controversial victory at the Monaco GP, according to Formula 1 newspaper experts. "They are pushing everything to make sure Sebastian will maximise on all of his weekends". The Mercedes driver fell 25 points behind Vettel after the German secured Ferrari's first victory around the iconic streets of Monte Carlo in 16 years, while Hamilton recovered to finish seventh.

Medical George North excited by potential of Lions squad to tour New Zealand
Author: 0 George North excited by potential of Lions squad to tour New Zealand

Ireland 's first win over the All Blacks in 111 years, a stunning 40-29 triumph in Chicago last November, showed that it is possible to outwit the world champions if you bring something different and hold your nerve. "It's a part of our DNA". This will be a tour of big calls and huge collisions, one which Gatland has in many ways been working towards for much longer than the eight months since his appointment.

Author: 0 Kushner Attempted to Set Up Direct Line to Putin — NYTimes

The disclosures dogged the president during his first trip overseas since taking office and threaten to overwhelm and stall the agenda for his young administration. "The president in no way compromised any sources or methods in the course of this conversation". Lewandowski's return would be notable, given the fact that he was sacked by Trump after clashing with staff and Trump's adult children.

Medical B.C.'s April overdose deaths the second highest on record
Author: 0 B.C.'s April overdose deaths the second highest on record

Nine in 10 illicit drug overdose deaths occurred indoors, including more than half in private residences (54.1 per cent). As it now stands in 2017, the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority has the highest number (171) of illicit drug overdose deaths, making up 35% of all illicit drug overdose deaths, followed by Fraser Health Authority (145 deaths, 29.7% of all illicit drug overdose deaths).

Author: 0 David Ignatius: 'Back channels' are protocol for a president

It's not yet clear when Dubke will leave the White House, but he could depart as soon as Tuesday, according to the Washington Post . Shortly after the tweets, Mr Trump's Homeland Security Secretary, Mr John Kelly, made the rounds of Sunday television news shows to describe any so-called back channel communications, especially with Russian Federation, as "a good thing".

Author: 0 Explosion in Afghanistan kills dozens

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said the attack was in the "immediate vicinity" of its embassy. ".officials of the German embassy were also injured". United States troops have been in Afghanistan for almost 16 years, where the government and coalition allies are battling several terror groups, including the Taliban and ISIS.

Medical Decision on Paris deal 'very soon': Donald Trump
Author: 0 Decision on Paris deal 'very soon': Donald Trump

It may also direct the secretary of state and the EPA administrator to look at the Paris Agreement and determine whether it is in the interests of the United States. The exit of the United States, the world's largest economy and second-largest greenhouse gas polluter would not dissolve the 195-nation pact, which was legally ratified a year ago, but it could set off a cascade of events that would have profound effects on the planet.

Medical European Commission leader blasts Trump on climate plans
Author: 0 European Commission leader blasts Trump on climate plans

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has weighed in, arguing on Tuesday that the United States should not leave the Paris Agreement. "The Paris Agreement will continue with full force of implementation even if the United States pulls out", he added.

Medical The most popular baby names in Offaly have been revealed
Author: 0 The most popular baby names in Offaly have been revealed

Mary, Catherine, Margaret, Ann and Anne were the most popular names for baby daughters in 1966. The next three most popular boys' names past year were Daniel, Conor and Sean. Sophie and Amelia were tied for the fifth most common girls' name past year. Waterford city made Mia best in class while Galway city made Fiadh most popular.

Medical Sin City In The Works To Be Rebooted As A TV Series
Author: 0 Sin City In The Works To Be Rebooted As A TV Series

It's now unknown if Miller or Rodriguez will be involved in the Sin City series. The latest example is the news that TWC/Dimension is now developing a television version of Frank Miller's graphic novel Sin City , which was previously adapted into two successful films for the studio.

Medical UN aid chief in Yemen warns of cholera rise without more aid
Author: 0 UN aid chief in Yemen warns of cholera rise without more aid

The epidemic began in October and grew until December. "The average daily number of cases recorded between May 21-27 was 2,529 - down from 3,025 in the previous seven days", it said. The conflict has taken a toll on Yemen's health care centers, with more than half of the country's medical facilities no longer functioning, according to United Nations estimates.

Medical Feds still committed to Paris Accord, Environment Minister McKenna says
Author: 0 Feds still committed to Paris Accord, Environment Minister McKenna says

McKenna has said what the USA chooses to do is up to the US, but Canada won't wait. Rajoy and Modi agreed to boost bilateral cooperation in the field of combatting climate change . The treaty may be notionally voluntary, but climate-change activists will surely hunt for a judge willing to find a reason that the U.S. emission target in the accord is binding.

Medical Yemen faces 'total collapse' the United Nations warns
Author: 0 Yemen faces 'total collapse' the United Nations warns

Add to that a de facto blockade on the country's main commercial port by the government's Gulf Arab supporters, which is making the delivery of humanitarian aid and fuel extremely hard. And there is no political settlement in sight. But the United Nations envoy for Yemen , Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed , told the council that serious negotiations on the first steps to a cessation of hostilities have been slow and the key parties are reluctant to even discuss the concessions needed for peace.

Author: 0 Corbyn Backs Brexit But 'With a Deal' in TV Debate

The leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party said he would ensure there was Brexit deal with the European Union were he to win power, in contrast to Prime Minister Theresa May who has said she would be prepared to walk from a bad deal.

Author: 0 India crush Bangladesh in warm-up; Guptill powers New Zealand

The journey began seven years ago, from No. 9, and it isn't done yet. "You know, 84 obviously doesn't look good", said Mortaza. One of Pakistan cricket's biggest fans - Mohammad Bashir, popularly known as "Chacha Chicago" - says India is clear favorites to win their Champions Trophy contest against Pakistan , NDTV reported.

Author: 0 SNP ready to join forces with Corbyn against May: Sturgeon

The SNP says that despite the UK Government's U-turn on the £1bn CCS competition set to benefit Peterhead Power Station, the Party will work to ensure Scotland can develop the technology on an industrial scale through its oil and gas sector.

Author: 0 VNBTrust National Association Lowers Position in Chevron Co. (CVX)

The stock declined 0.42% or $0.44 reaching $104.28 on the news. About 212,499 shares traded. Over the last 5 years, Chevron Corporation has averaged a -15.10% YoY EPS growth rate and a -14.70% revenue growth rate. Two investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, seven have assigned a hold rating, eleven have given a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the company's stock.

Medical Normalcy returns to Calabar after Police, Navy clash
Author: 0 Normalcy returns to Calabar after Police, Navy clash

The refusal had led to a shootout. Apparently unsatisfied at the law-breaking attitude, the affected naval officers mobilized more personnel to storm the Akim Police Station in a war-like manner and torched the building which soon went up in flames.

Author: 0 World Health Organization says tobacco threatens us all

Tobacco was branded a threat to sustainable development at The Race Against Tobacco meeting held on World No Tobacco Day (31 May). The United Nations agency called for the tobacco industry to compensate for its products that contribute to greenhouse gases blamed for climate change, but gave no estimate of damage.

Medical Faceless Fish First Seen a Century Ago Dredged Up Again
Author: 0 Faceless Fish First Seen a Century Ago Dredged Up Again

The mouth of the fish is on its bottom, so that it appears to have no face when seen from the side. "We've got 27 scientists on board who are leaders in their fields and they tell me that around one-third of what we've found are new species", said O'Hara, with several thousand specimens so far retrieved and two weeks of the trip still to go.

Author: 0 SNP manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

Mr Rennie has claimed there is no contradiction between supporting another European Union referendum while opposing one on independence, arguing that people knew what they were voting for when they rejected independence in 2014. The party's pre-election promises included an additional £1.7bn to be invested in Scotland's health and social care partnerships over a Scottish Parliament term.

Medical Macadamia nuts sold at Kroger under recall notice
Author: 0 Macadamia nuts sold at Kroger under recall notice

They were sold at Kroger , Bakers, Gerbes, and Dillons stores in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri. No illnesses have been reported from the product, but a supplier reported the possible contamination to the company. "We deeply regret this situation and have employed our established recall plan to immediately remove the product from distribution". They will have a Best by date of 4/28/18.

Medical Northeast Iowa river bridge traffic barred by washout
Author: 0 Northeast Iowa river bridge traffic barred by washout

Sheriff's office said Tuesday a section of the Wisconsin 82 approach to Black Hawk Bridge has washed out in the high water. Crawford County Sheriff Dale McCullick said another driver witnessed the washout and the accident, and alerted authorities.

Author: 0 'We played for 15 years, Kumble didn't fight with anyone'

The BCCI are also not too happy with him as he urged the board to allow India play in the Champions Trophy when they were involved in loggerheads with the ICC. It is speculated that might not get an extension after the Champions Trophy since he has rubbed the BCCI the wrong way. Gavaskar said a coach should be somebody who has long-term interests for Indian cricket at heart.

Medical Ohio attorney general sues 5 drug makers over opiate crisis
Author: 0 Ohio attorney general sues 5 drug makers over opiate crisis

The suit accuses five companies, Janssen Pharmaceutical, Allergan, Purdue Pharma, Endo and Cephalon, of downplaying the risks of using drugs like Oxycontin and Percocet. The suit alleges that the companies created a public nuisance, violated OH law and committed Medicaid fraud. MS also filed a lawsuit. Evidence shows these companies "put profits above health and well-being of OH consumers", DeWine said.

Medical Alzheimer's disease deaths rise 55 percent in last 15 years
Author: 0 Alzheimer's disease deaths rise 55 percent in last 15 years

The counties with the highest death rates were mostly in the Southeast. The number of people contracting Alzheimer's Disease is on the rise and Baby Boomers pose a large risk. The Midwest and West Coat were other regions with high rates. The CDC also released Alzheimer's death rates for counties. Minnesota was one of those states.

Medical West Nile Virus Confirmed in Metro East
Author: 0 West Nile Virus Confirmed in Metro East

State Public Health Department Spokesperson Melaney Arnold says one virus remains the most common in IL. The best prevention, he says, is common mosquito fighting tips: stay indoors around dusk and dawn, wear long sleeves when outdoors, use repellent with deet, and remove any standing water from around your house.

Medical Champions Trophy: England, SAfrica bid to end title droughts
Author: 0 Champions Trophy: England, SAfrica bid to end title droughts

If that's not enough cricket innovation for you then Intel has one more trick up its sleeve. While there are favourites going into this ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales, all eight teams are capable of lifting the tophy - ok, maybe not all eight, but close to all eight of them.

Author: 0 SNP manifesto sets out 'triple lock' for second referendum

Labour says it would bring in a 50p tax rate on earnings over £123,000 a year, while the Liberal Democrats would increase income tax by 1p to help fund the NHS . As polls showed the gap between the Conservatives and Labour narrowing, The Sunday Times reports that Tory strategists are returning to the core message of strength and stability as Britain negotiates Brexit.

Medical Doubts about Bale's fitness ahead of Champions League final
Author: 0 Doubts about Bale's fitness ahead of Champions League final

Everyone thinks something but the debate will not condition me. "What I most like is to have the freedom in attack and [Zinedine] Zidane has given me that". He also suffered injuries recently but has been fit in the final stages of the season. He has been playing very well the last few weeks. "It might have been different if I had other players".

Author: 0 Minor disappointment as CSO pegs FY17 GDP growth at 7.1%

Analysts forecast GDP growth of 7.1 percent on-year for the January-to-March quarter, according to a Reuters poll, compared with 7.0 percent in the fourth quarter. TCA Anant said that all policies have a bearing on the GDP and even demonetisation has also had an impact. The World Bank also expects Indian economy to grow at 7.2% in FY18 and gradually gather pace to touch 7.7% by FY 20, which is a year later than Moody's projection.