Monthly Archives: October 2017

Taiwan’s top court rules in favour of same-sex marriage

The decision makes Taiwan the first place in Asia to recognise same-sex marriages.

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It Doesn’t Sound Like Senate Republicans Are Anywhere Close To A Deal On Obamacare Repeal

WASHINGTON ? It took the House months of infighting and a failed first attempt to ultimately pass a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. More than two weeks later, Senate Republicans are nowhere near reaching an agreement on … Continue reading

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Ensure you treat yourself in moderation. A portion of your budget should be used to reward yourself for the good work that you have done throughout the year The growing family community in Raleigh is concerned about and tired of … Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Hands: Maybe They’re Really Good?

Have you heard the news?  Just an incredible amount of news happening today involving Trump holding and shaking hands ? Sam Stein (@samsteinhp) May 23, 2017 Yes, if President Donald Trump?s first overseas sojourn has been successful in any way, … Continue reading

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I am part of a church group in our locality that is very active in community service. You can also volunteer to server such groups at Most of the nitpickers in and around Baltimore offer their services for free to … Continue reading

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‘The Bachelorette’ Season 13 Premiere: Here To Make Friends Podcast

 One brainy beauty with a thousand-watt smile. Thirty-one strong-jawed suitors. It?s the 13th season of ?The Bachelorette,? featuring Dallas attorney Rachel Lindsay?s journey to love. This week, Rachel met her new boyfriends, plus a doll from a horror film, on … Continue reading

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Trump Administration Is Split on Adding Troops in Afghanistan

President Trump is weighing the wisdom of pouring more soldiers into a 16-year-old conflict, and is also expected to put NATO members on the spot over the issue.

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Major teaching hospitals have lower rates of death, study says

Major U.S. teaching hospitals are often considered more expensive than the competition, but a new study suggests they may have an important quality advantage.

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Charlie Blackmon leads Colorado Rockies past slumping Philadelphia Phillies

PHILADELPHIA — Most leadoff hitters are content with setting the tone for their team’s offense, getting on base and letting their teammates drive them home.

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Leonardo says it has developed a ransomware solution

Leonardo says it has developed a solution to combat ransomware such as the WannaCry virus that recently compromised thousands of computers around the world.

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