States must also fully comply with federal disability and civil rights laws and ensure that all individuals with disabilities have the necessary protections to ensure that they are not inappropriately denied coverage. States will be required to offer reasonable modifications to individuals with disabilities, and will be required to exempt individuals determined to be medically frail or who have an acute condition that a medical professional has determined will prevent them from complying with the requirements. Goldstein said that Hoekstra has an interview scheduled with a Dutch media outlet Friday, but he didn’t name the organization.
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Ed O’Keefe, Maria Sacchetti and Erica Werner contributed to this report.Facebook is using machine-learning software to surface content in this new section. Local news publishers who appear there will all be approved and vetted by the company’s News Partnerships team, which is overseen by former NBC news anchor Campbell Brown, according to a company spokesperson.
By Faith Karimi, Jason Hanna and Steve Almasy, CNN“This is not, as some would have you believe, a punitive action aimed at recipients,” Mr. Bryant said. “It will actually help this population reap the rewards of a good job, and one day receive health care coverage from their employer, not the state or federal government.”
Community Engagement SMDL – Medicaid.gov
Those states where Americans are urged to reconsider travel include the State of Mexico – Mexico’s most populous state, which includes most suburbs of Mexico City – and Jalisco, home to the city of Guadalajara, the Puerto Vallarta resorts and the lakeside expat community of Chapala and Ajijic. But the travel advisory said there are "no restrictions on U.S. government employees for stays in … Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Chapala, and Ajijic."
2018-01-11 – Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services – CMS.gov
Travel Advisories – Bureau of Consular Affairs – US Department of State
And Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., said in a tweet that the reported remark “ignores the contributions thousands of Haitians have made to our #SoFla community and nation. Language like that shouldn’t be heard in locker rooms and it shouldn’t be heard in the White House”.(CNN)A Louisiana superintendent says he’s received death threats after a teacher who criticized his proposed raise was sent to jail.
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Trump had seemed amenable to a deal earlier in the day during phone calls with lawmakers, aides said, but shifted his position in the meeting and did not seem interested in the bipartisan compromise.[White House: No deal yet on immigration]
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Deyshia Hargrave, facing, the Vermilion Parish school teacher who was arrested while speaking against the superintendent’s pay raise at an education board meeting earlier this week, hugs friend and colleague Emily Broussard before she walks to a rally in her support, in Abbeville, La.
Cal Fire puts the affected area at 30 square miles. Seventeen people dead, 28 injured, eight missing. Sixty-five homes confirmed destroyed and more than 400 damaged. Fourteen helicopters and four water rescue teams were aiding the effort.”We would never want anyone to feel uncomfortable and we are sorry if that happened,” said the firm.
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What you need to know to start your day, delivered to your inbox Monday through Friday.The Ellen DeGeneres Show, said while walking around she saw some of her neighbors homes were “gutted,” while others are “gone, just gone.” The American Civil Liberties Union and her teachers union are investigating the case.
Ms. Verma said the Trump administration was responding to requests from Medicaid officials in 10 states that wanted to run demonstration projects testing requirements for work or other types of community engagement like training, education, job search, volunteer activities and caregiving.
Facebook is starting with a small batch of test markets. Those initial cities are New Orleans, Louisiana; Olympia, Washington; Billings, Montana; Binghamton, New York; Peoria, Illinois and Little Rock, Arkansas. Users in test markets will be able to access the feature through the bottom-right menu button (the three horizontal lines) in the core Facebook app.
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Continue reading the main story “It’s important to me that when Max and August grow up that they feel like what their father built was good for the world,” Mr. Zuckerberg said.
Also invited would be South Korea, Japan and China (for obvious reasons), Sweden (because it has functioning diplomatic relations with the North) and India (because it is a big regional power).
search on the TV News Archive turned up more than 140 examples since the beginning of 2015.
Economic sanctions designed to force Kim to comply with demands from the United Nations Security Council that he abandon his nuclear program weren’t working.
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Kim Jong Un's surprise rapprochement with South Korea has made him an unlikely peace monger writes Thomas Walkom.
After the 2016 election, for instance, Mr. Zuckerberg initially shrugged off qualms about Facebook’s effect on the outcome, even as outsiders pointed to the proliferation of fake news stories on the site that had attacked Hillary Clinton. Mr. Zuckerberg later said he had been too hasty and dismissive of the concerns. More recently, he began signaling that Facebook was rethinking what it shows people on the site.Known for: One of Mexico’s poorest states, Guerrero is home to what was once the country’s poshest resort. Acapulco, set on a bay surrounded by high rises and the Sierra Madre del Sur, used to attract Hollywood stars and Mexico’s elite.
As night fell, the sounds of chainsaws and heavy equipment filled the air, which hung heavy over the town with a smell of ash mixed with mud. Snapped power poles blocked some street, and authorities were still struggling to figure out how to clear Highway 101, a portion of which still resembles a river rather than a road.