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News of John McCain?s illness broke during meeting to save GOP health care plan

News of John McCain?s illness broke during meeting to save GOP health care planRepublican senators attempting to save their stalled effort to repeal and replace Obamacare in a late-night meeting Wednesday were interrupted with news of Sen. John McCain?s brain cancer diagnosis. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., told reporters that the senators learned of McCain?s brain cancer diagnosis during the meeting and asked Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., to say a prayer for McCain. ?It was very emotional, almost kind of stunned disbelief for a minute, then we asked James Lankford to lead us in prayer,? Hoeven said.



Trump at Six Months: Checking in On the President?s Campaign Promises

Trump at Six Months: Checking in On the President?s Campaign PromisesDonald Trump?s promised a lot during his campaign, how is he doing after six months in office?



Minneapolis police officer has yet to talk to investigators

Minneapolis police officer has yet to talk to investigatorsMINNEAPOLIS (AP) ? Four days after a Minneapolis police officer fatally shot a woman who had called 911 to report a possible rape, the officer has yet to talk with investigators, and his attorney has given no indication he ever will.



Saudi woman in miniskirt video arrested after public outcry

Saudi woman in miniskirt video arrested after public outcryA Saudi woman has been arrested for defying the kingdom's strict dress code by walking around in a miniskirt and crop top in a video that sparked public outrage.



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O.J. Simpson Granted Parole in Vegas Robbery Case

O.J. Simpson Granted Parole in Vegas Robbery CaseThe Nevada Parole Board voted to grant O.J. Simpson parole Thursday.



Fire racing near Yosemite park destroys dozens of structures

Fire racing near Yosemite park destroys dozens of structuresMARIPOSA, Calif. (AP) ? A surging wildfire raced through California mountains and foothills west of Yosemite National Park on Wednesday, forcing thousands to flee tiny, Gold Rush-era towns, destroying 29 structures and wafting a smoky haze over the park's landmark Half Dome rock face.



Sold by IS in Raqa, Yazidi female fighters back for revenge

Sold by IS in Raqa, Yazidi female fighters back for revengeShe was trafficked into Raqa as a sex slave by the Islamic State group but managed to escape. Now Yazidi fighter Heza is back to avenge the horrors she and thousands of others suffered. "When I started fighting, I lifted some of the worries from my heart," she says, surrounded by fellow Yazidi militia women in Raqa's eastern Al-Meshleb district.



Tomb Of King Tutankhamun?s Wife?s Likely Discovered, Archaeologists Say

Tomb Of King Tutankhamun?s Wife?s Likely Discovered, Archaeologists SayArchaeologists say that the tomb of King Tutankhamun?s wife, Ankhesenamun, is likely to have been finally discovered in Egypt's Valley of the Kings.



'No more woe is me': Senator McCain vows quick return to Washington

'No more woe is me': Senator McCain vows quick return to WashingtonBy Richard Cowan and David Schwartz WASHINGTON/PHOENIX, Ariz. (Reuters) - U.S. Senator John McCain promised on Thursday he would return rapidly to Washington despite his newly diagnosed brain cancer, flashing the fighting spirit that has defined him since he was held in captivity as a Navy pilot during the Vietnam War. McCain, a veteran senator and former Republican presidential candidate known as a strong and sometimes fiercely independent voice on defense and security issues, was found to have an aggressive form of brain tumor, glioblastoma, after surgery last week for a blood clot above his left eye. The news, issued by his office late on Wednesday, drew a wave of support from across the political spectrum, and raised questions about how long McCain would be absent from the Senate, where Republicans have a narrow majority and are eager to notch up some legislative successes for President Donald Trump.