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President Trump addresses the decision to pull the AHCA bill ahead of a vote
President Trump addresses the decision to pull the AHCA bill ahead of a vote

On Friday, March 24, 2017, President Trump addressed the media after the decision was made within the White House to pull the American Health Care Act bill ahead of a floor vote, which did not have the votes for it to pass.

Who Will Republican Voters Blame for the Failure of the GOP Health-Care Bill?

After House Speaker Paul Ryan reportedly told President Trump that Republicans lacked enough votes to pass the GOP health care bill, Republicans canceled a vote on the American Health Care Act on Friday, putting the president's promise to repeal and replace Obamacare in jeopardy.

Pelosi Proclaims
Pelosi Proclaims 'Victory' After GOP Yanks Health Bill

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi calls Republicans decision to pull their bill to repeal Obamacare a "victory for the American people."

EU risks dying, needs new vigor and passion, says Pope Francis
EU risks dying, needs new vigor and passion, says Pope Francis

By Crispian Balmer VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis told Europe's leaders on Friday the continent faced a "vacuum of values" as they marked the EU's 60th birthday, condemning anti-immigrant populism and extremism that he said posed a mortal threat to the bloc. Prime ministers and presidents from 27 EU member states have descended on Italy to mark the 1957 founding Treaty of Rome, receiving a papal blessing on the eve of the anniversary. "When a body loses its sense of direction and is no longer able to look ahead, it experiences a regression and, in the long run, risks dying," Francis told the leaders gathered in an ornate, frescoed chamber in the heart of the Vatican.

Trump toots horn at White House
Trump toots horn at White House

President Trump toots the horn of an 18-wheeler semi truck as he met with truck drivers at the White House on Thursday.

London attacker was British-born, known to intelligence services: May
London attacker was British-born, known to intelligence services: May

The man who launched Wednesday's deadly attack at parliament was born in Britain and known to the intelligence services, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday. "What I can confirm is that the man was British-born and that some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism," she told lawmakers. "The case is historic, he was not part of the current intelligence picture." She said there had been no prior intelligence of his intent nor of the plot.

Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Allegedly Secretly Worked For A Russian Billionaire And More News
Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Allegedly Secretly Worked For A Russian Billionaire And More News

Get all the details on Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort allegedly secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance Putin's interests, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend making us more envious with their trip to Morocco, and Lindsay Lohan is back with a new reality prank series called 'The Anti-Social Network.' Check out MarieClaire.com for all the specifics!

The EU at 60: Where are we and where are we going?
The EU at 60: Where are we and where are we going?

The European Union celebrates its 60th birthday on Saturday, the anniversary of its six founder members signing the Treaty of Rome which gave birth to the European Economic Community. Ahead of the ceremonies, AFP talked to Brigid Laffan, an Irish expert on European integration who is currently director of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Global Governance Programme at the European Institute in Florence. Q: This anniversary is happening as the European Union grapples with the aftermath of the financial crisis, Brexit, the rise in populism and a major migration crisis.

EU threatens fines for failing to take in refugees
EU threatens fines for failing to take in refugees

The EU on Thursday stepped up warnings that countries could be punished if they fail to share the burden of mainly Syrian refugees stranded in Greece and Italy. Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said member states had until September to take in 160,000 Syrian and other refugees from the two countries, which have been on the frontline of the migration crisis. "If we don't have tangible efforts by September... the commission will not hesitate to make use of its power," Avramopoulos, who is Greece's EU commissioner, told a news conference.

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