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I could not understand why medical records from the Department of Defense could not be seamlessly transferred to the Veterans’ Administration. – Jared Kushner, Senior Adviser to the president “Interoperability” isn’t a word most people hear every day. But when it comes to the future of patient-centered healthcare in the United States, few technological
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Vice President Mike Pence released a statement Friday morning highlighting Trump’s strategy as the key to North Korea’s turn around on denuclearization. “North Korea’s desire to meet to discuss denuclearization – while suspending all ballistic missile and nuclear testing – is evidence that President Trump’s strategy to isolate the Kim regime is working,” Pence
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Posted by: Rich Mitchell in In The News, Politics, Trump Administration March 9, 2018 White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders holds a briefing to update the media on the events and issues of the day including: North Korea willing to talk de-nuclearization Steel and Aluminum tariffs The departure of Gary Cohen The briefing
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South Korean National Security Advisor Chung Eui-Yong made an announcement Thursday night at the White House in which he discussed North Korea’s willingness to meet and discuss denuclearization. Full Transcript Good evening. Today, I had the privilege of briefing President Trump on my recent visit to Pyongyang, North Korea. Id like to thank President
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  by Will Racke Baltimore will begin to use public funds for legal defense of illegal immigrants facing deportation, Democratic Mayor Catherine Pugh announced Wednesday. A city spending panel approved $200,000 to pay for attorneys to represent illegal immigrants living in Baltimore who federal immigration authorities have detained, The Baltimore Sun reported. Half the money will
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While we catch the most important stories coming from the White House as they happen, some minor stories and small details fall through the cracks on busy news days. When they do, we pick them up … on the flip side. note: this post is updated throughout the day as events warrant See all
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Private sector jobs rose by 235,000 beating expectations by 40,000 Continues trend of 200k+ jobs growth Jobs continued to grow above analyst expectations in February, according to the newest Moody’s/ADP report. Wall Street economists had expected 195,000 new jobs in the previous month, but the booming economy brought in by President Donald Trump’s “America
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  by Joe Simonson The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet labeled the paper’s opinion page as “far left wing” and defended the hiring of columnist Bret Stephens, during a private meeting with members of Stanford University’s college newspaper. Baquet addressed the staff of The Stanford Daily before his scheduled public event Tuesday
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  by Joe Simonson NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson called for a national gun confiscation program in a syndicated column through Black Press USA on Monday. Comparing recent school shootings to the violence and discrimination black students faced after the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision, Johnson wrote that “fear and terror
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  by Chuck Ross Sam Nunberg believes that special counsel Robert Mueller is zeroing in on Trump over his business dealings The former Trump campaign adviser also asserted Carter Page colluded with Kremlin officials  Cable networks MSNBC and CNN devoted wall-to-wall coverage to Nunberg’s allegations Former Trump campaign adviser Sam Nunberg made waves on
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