Late-night vote sets Obamacare up for filibuster-free repeal

Saturday, January 14, 2017 At 1:30 a.m. on Thursday morning the United States Senate voted to include the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, as part of a budget blueprint. This procedural measure allows most of Obamacare to be repealed by a simple majority rather than…

When Should You See Your Dentist In Port Orange, Fl?

Here’s An Opinion On: Sydney Cosmetic Dentist Bondi Junction byAlma Abell Most everyone knows seeing the dentist is important. It is imperative to brush and floss your teeth as often as you should. Many dentists recommend their patients brush and floss after each meal, when possible. This prevents any food…

Book Fair 2.0; On bloggers, ebooks and pirates

Friday, October 12, 2007 The Internet is very much present at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2007, not just, like in previous years, as a means for the journalists who have 80 workplaces for their own notebooks to report on the fair, but like before as a chance – and as…

STS-116 launch scrubbed

Friday, December 8, 2006 NASA has scrubbed the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-116 to the International Space Station during the final stages of the countdown, after the weather conditions were considered unfavourable for launch, due to a low cloud ceiling and strong winds caused by a low…

Governor of Illinois arrested on suspicion of corruption

Tuesday, December 9, 2008 The Democratic governor of Illinois in the United States, Rod Blagojevich, 51, along with his chief of staff John Harris, 46, were arrested Tuesday morning by the FBI on federal corruption charges. The Chicago Tribune reports that federal agents raided Blagojevich’s home this morning and took…

News briefs:July 19, 2010

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