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Sixth Roy Moore Accuser Comes Forward, Says He Groped Her In 1991
Sixth Roy Moore Accuser Comes Forward, Says He Groped Her In 1991

A sixth woman has accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual harassment, according to an account she gave to the Alabama news outlet AL.com.

Two U.S. Senate Republicans critical of party
Two U.S. Senate Republicans critical of party's tax plan

By David Morgan and Amanda Becker WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Senate Republican tax plan that would repeal the Obamacare mandate and give permanent tax cuts only to U.S. corporations drew fire from two Republican lawmakers on Wednesday in what could be a sign of trouble for the sweeping measure. Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said he would not support the current Senator proposal, or a separate tax bill being debated in the House of Representatives, because he believes they unfairly benefit corporations over other kinds of enterprises, including small businesses. Senator Susan Collins, one of three Republicans who opposed a Republican Obamacare repeal effort earlier this...

Why Is Roy Moore
Why Is Roy Moore's Base OK With Assault Claims But Not Same-Sex Marriage?

Republican Senate hopeful Roy Moore may see himself as "the only one that can unite Democrats and Republicans," but one political pundit begs to differ.

Trump awkwardly drinks from water bottle, sends social media into frenzy
Trump awkwardly drinks from water bottle, sends social media into frenzy

President Trump drank from a bottle of water during his White House remarks on Wednesday afternoon, and the pause was too much for Twitter to handle.

Bipartisan Obamacare fix would cut U.S. deficit: nonpartisan analysis
Bipartisan Obamacare fix would cut U.S. deficit: nonpartisan analysis

By Yasmeen Abutaleb WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan Senate proposal to shore up Obamacare insurance marketplaces would cut the U.S. deficit by $3.8 billion over the next decade and would not substantially change the number of Americans with health insurance, a nonpartisan arm of Congress said on Wednesday. Legislation introduced last week by Republican Senator Lamar Alexander and Democratic Senator Patty Murray would restore for two years subsidies to private insurers to help lower-income people buy insurance. The bill also would provide states more flexibility to change some rules in the 2010 Affordable Care Act, the signature legislative achievement of the Republican Trump's...

Mattis says Philippine troops upheld rights in Marawi battle
Mattis says Philippine troops upheld rights in Marawi battle

US Defence Secretary James Mattis on Wednesday praised the Philippine military for upholding human rights in a five-month battle against pro-Islamic State group militants in a southern city. Philippine defence chiefs on Monday declared the end of the nation's longest urban war in Marawi, where troops have been battling to flush out militants who attacked the city in what authorities said was a bid to establish a Southeast Asian caliphate. Mattis, who was in the Philippines to attend a regional security meeting, heaped praise on the military of America's longtime ally and mutual defence partner.

Delle Donne hopes upcoming wedding can help others
Delle Donne hopes upcoming wedding can help others

NEW YORK (AP) - Elena Delle Donne has always tried to give back and help others over the course of her life. So it's no surprise that her wedding to Amanda Clifton on Nov. 3 will have a major charitable component to it.

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