Theresa May’s Tory conference speech that was interrupted by a prankster.
Mafalda Dâmaso (@DrMafaldaDms) #Fab18 conference slightly delayed by Trump supporters who wouldn’t let Sadiq Kahn speak. The police had to intervene and remove the group of – in Kahn’s words – ‘very stable geniuses’ pic.twitter.com/d7sVx9Dc1j
Khan reportedly sat down and flicked through a newspaper as he waited for the commotion to die down and the protesters to be escorted out.
“At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is “no reason to be alarmed!” the president tweeted.
CNN’s Paul Murphy contributed to this report.
Leonardo Cuello, health policy director at the National Health Law Program, said that the plan approved by the CMS “will harm thousands upon thousands Kentuckians and contains numerous violations of the Medicaid statute” and that the organization “is very, very carefully considering taking legal action.”
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More than half — 52 percent — of the state’s Medicaid enrollees are children younger than 20, and seniors 65 and older. (Those figures also include some disabled…
TEHRAN – The Iranian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Saturday condemning the new U.S. sanctions on a number of Iranian individuals and entities, threatening to retaliate.
"Absolutely not," one unidentified man said. And an unnamed woman added: "If they get a new president."
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Jacob Weisberg, editor-in-chief of the Slate Group, said on Friday that in a series of interviews with Ms. Clifford in August and October 2016, she told him she had an affair with Mr. Trump after meeting him at a 2006 celebrity golf tournament. She told him that Michael D. Cohen, a lawyer for Mr. Trump, had agreed during the presidential campaign to pay her the $130,000 if she kept the relationship secret, Mr. Weisberg said, adding that Ms. Clifford had told him she was tempted to go public because the lawyer was late in making the payment and she feared he might back out of their agreement.
How Mega Millions changed the game so everyone gets rich — except youTrump was unsatisfied and asked again, the officials said. Referring to the president’s hometown, she offered that she, too, was from Manhattan. But that’s not what the president was after.
Some cretins come to make a citizens arrest on Sadiq Khan because of his Trump comments. One guy has a ‘NO 2 EU’ number plate ???????????? #Fab18 #SadiqKhan pic.twitter.com/4AlXDn2rfz
By Scott Glover and Sara Sidner, CNNBevin rejected such criticism, calling the CMS’s approval “a significant milestone on our journey to lead the nation in transforming Medicaid in a fiscally responsible way.”
Continue reading the main story According to the draft, Ms. Clifford was referred to as “Peggy Peterson” and was represented by a lawyer named Keith Davidson. On the other end of the negotiations were other parties referred to as “David Dennison” and “David Delucia.” Ms. Clifford promised to send Mr. Weisberg the original paperwork. But shortly after the text message exchange, Ms. Clifford stopped responding. Mr. Weisberg said that his conversations with the actress were on the record but that he was not prepared to write the story without her consent.Ms. Clifford was one of at least two women whose claims of out-of-wedlock relations with Mr. Trump were kept from public view by way of restrictive legal agreements. Around the same time that Ms. Clifford was talking to Slate, a former Playboy model, Karen McDougal, sold exclusive rights to her story about an affair she claimed to have had with Mr. Trump to American Media Inc., the company that owns The National Enquirer, The Journal reported shortly before the presidential election.Although my North Korean interlocutors acknowledged that the Korean Peninsula was sliding toward war, they reaffirmed the country’s commitment to achieving nuclear parity with the United States. Moreover, according to experts from the DPRK Foreign Ministry’s Institute for Disarmament and Peace, the United States is not just expanding the scale of regular and irregular military exercises along North Korea’s perimeter, but also introducing fundamentally new elements designed to achieve specific operational goals in the event of a large-scale conflict between North Korea and the United States.announced that it would allow states to compel poor people on Medicaid to work or get ready for jobs, federal health officials on Friday granted Kentucky permission to impose those requirements.The U.S. decision in imposing new sanctions on the Iranian individuals and entities proves the U.S. government’s animosity towards the great Iranian nation.Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now
The Pentagon is Preparing for War
Updated 0631 GMT (1431 HKT) January 13, 2018
Kristine Phillips contributed to this report.The story was originally published at 5:05 p.m.Nuclear Parity and Then Dialogue?
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advertisement The officials who told NBC News of the fall exchange between Trump and the intelligence briefer in the Oval Office said the president likely meant no harm with his inquiry, but it raised concern of a lack of cultural sensitivity and decorum.
Trump’s comments were unlikely to trigger an exodus from one of the wealthiest countries in the world.Updated 1308 GMT (2108 HKT) January 13, 2018