Aaron Carter Hospitalized as Bullies Shame His Weight
Senate Republicans have released their version of a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. The Senate's plan, like one passed by the House of Representatives, rolls back many of the provisions of Obamacare, including taking deep cuts from Medicaid program. Under Obamacare, formally known as the Affordable Care Act, states were eligible to expand their Medicaid programs - providing health insurance to low-income people. For states that opted into the expansion, people whose household incomes were up to 138% of the federal poverty level could qualify for coverage. To get a better sense of what that would mean on a state-by-state basis - and who might be hardest-hit by a rollback - we charted out
North Korea’s decision to release U.S. student Otto Warmbier, who died on Monday after returning home in a coma, was partly attributable to ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman’s trip to the authoritarian state, according to the former basketball player himself. Warmbier was detained by North Korea for almost 17 months after being arrested in January 2016, allegedly for trying to steal a propaganda poster. U.S. officials have blamed North Korea for Warmbier’s death, and President Donald Trump condemned “the brutality of the North Korean regime as we mourn its latest victim.” Pyongyang claimed that Warmbier had contracted botulism-a potentially fatal bacterial disease-after being given a sleeping pill from which he never woke up.
The following story, "No, White Friend - You Weren't 'Embarrassed' by Barack Obama," was originally published on JohnPavlovitz.com. I remember the day after the Election, a friend of mine who happens to be white, remarked on social media that he "finally wasn't embarrassed of America and our President."
The owner of a gay bar in Vermont has abandoned the name Mister Sister and is seeking forgiveness after three months of bitter controversy. The new name of the Winooski area's only gay bar, which opened in March, will be The Bridge Club. "I hope everyone finds the humor in going to 'The Bridge Club' to party, sees the nod to the historic Winooski Bridge and recognizes the camaraderie and necessity in building bridges," owner Craig McGaughan wrote on Facebook. "My wish is that we can all forgive and move forward," McGaughan continued. "Nothing good came from the fighting. No one won here." The name Mister Sister, which McGaughan initially described as inclusive, sparked controversy because some
The 'Chrisley Knows Best' star is off the market.
Five people, including two teenagers and a 12-year-old, died Friday after being electrocuted at a water park pool in northwest Turkey, Turkish media reports said.
Jun 25, 2017
Your fears have receded into invisible crevasses of your subconscious, motivating you to untangle complex emotional issues that resurrect memories from the past. You might try to keep everything light...