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  • GOP source: Ryan telling Trump they don’t have votes on health care

    Above: Live video. WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan is at the White House to tell President Donald Trump that Republicans don’t have the votes to pass the GOP health care bill. Ryan is showing Trump the numbers, and asking what the President wants the speaker to do. Efforts on Capitol Hill to sway members are ongoing, but things aren’t heading in the right direction. “Not good. Not good at all,” the source said. A risk to Republicans: if members […]

  • Police make more arrests after this week’s deadly terror attack in London

    LONDON — The birth name of the perpetrator of Wednesday’s deadly terrorist attack in central London was Adrian Russell Ajao, Britain’s most senior counterterror police officer said Friday. The man had been named a day earlier as 52-year-old British man Khalid Masood. Mark Rowley, the national lead for counterterrorism, said there had been two significant arrests overnight, one in the West Midlands and one in the north west of England. Nine people remain in custody and one woman has been […]

  • House won’t vote on health care bill Thursday

    WASHINGTON– The House will not vote on the Republican health care bill Thursday, a GOP aide said, further putting efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare in jeopardy. The decision came after multiple high-level and tense meetings at the White House and Capitol that failed to broker a compromise. House Speaker Paul Ryan abruptly postponed, for a second time, a scheduled press briefing, instead staying behind closed doors to negotiate. The conservative House Freedom Caucus, whose members appear to hold the […]

  • Diving tours to begin at Titanic wreck site starting in May 2018

    In 1912, a trip on board the Titanic was the ultimate in luxury travel. More than a century later, it still is. Deep-pocketed tourists will once again get the chance to explore the Titanic wreckage when London-based travel company Blue Marble Private begins dives to the site in May 2018. Interest in the 20th century’s most famous maritime disaster has remained high since Robert Ballard and his team discovered the remains of RMS Titanic almost 32 years ago. However, this […]

  • London attack victims: Police officer, teacher, American tourist killed

    LONDON — The three people killed in the London terror attack were a veteran policeman, a teacher and an American tourist. Kurt Cochran, who was visiting London from Utah with this wife, died as a result of injuries sustained in the attack, his family and church said. Aysha Frade, a 43-year old teacher with family in Spain, was identified as another victim. Keith Palmer, a 48-year-old father and husband, was the unarmed police officer on duty at the gates of […]

  • WWII vet wins $300,000 lottery prize on 94th birthday

    (CNN) — Ervin Smolinski has a birthday tradition — he gets lottery tickets as presents. It started when he began buying his family tickets as birthday presents, and they started returning the favor. For his 94th birthday, the WWII vet’s goodwill effort turned into $300,000 of cold, hard cash. “Every month, I buy some instant tickets and send them as gifts to family members who have birthdays that month,” Smolinski told MLive. “It’s turned in to a bit of a […]

  • London attack: Suspect shot dead after four killed outside Parliament

    LONDON (CNN) — A man killed four people, including a police officer, outside the UK Parliament on Wednesday in what British police are looking at as an act of “Islamist-related terrorism.” Scores more people were hurt when the attacker plowed his car through a crowd of people on a bridge over the River Thames, got out of his vehicle and fatally stabbed police officer Keith Palmer, a 15-year-veteran who was unarmed, on the grounds of Parliament. An armed officer shot […]

  • House Intel chairman: Trump’s personal communications may have been ‘legally’ collected

    WASHINGTON– House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s personal communications may have been picked up by investigators through “incidental collection.” Nunes said at a news conference he discovered the potential surveillance of Trump himself while reviewing intelligence reports, but said it was not related to Russia. “This is a normal, incidental collection, based on what I could collect,” Nunes said. “This appears to be all legally collected foreign intelligence under” the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Nunes […]

  • Neil Gorsuch’s sales pitch: I’m my own judge

    WASHINGTON — Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch came to the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday prepared to deliver a clear message: I’m a judge, not a politician. He stressed on several occasions that he is independent from the President who has appointed him, that as a judge he “doesn’t give a whit” about politics, and that he treats his plaintiffs fairly. Sitting at a small table, he turned to listen to each senator as they spoke, hour after hour, carefully writing […]

  • Airline electronics ban: What you need to know

    Flying direct to the U.S. from major airports in the Middle East and North Africa just got a lot more complicated. The Trump administration has ordered nine airlines to stop passengers from bringing most types of electronic devices into the cabin for U.S.-bound flights. Instead, they’ll have to check them in. Government sources said the U.K. could announce similar restrictions on flights to Britain later Tuesday. The sudden move, attributed to concerns about potential terrorist attacks, creates a new headache […]