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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Insurers Fear Destabilized Markets Under Senate Bill | ]

The Senate health bill’s move to dump the mandate requiring people to have coverage would risk further destabilizing the strained individual-insurance market, insurers say, even though it includes funding elements that the industry has been seeking.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Saudi Security Forces Foil Terrorist Attack in Mecca | ]

Saudi Arabian security forces foiled a terrorist attack that was targeting the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca, a Saudi interior ministry spokesman said.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Jack Abramoff Sought Meeting With Trump for Congo’s Leader | ]

Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff unsuccessfully sought to arrange a meeting between the president of the Republic of the Congo and then-U.S. President-elect Donald Trump late last year, according to a new Justice Department filing.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Gilead Is Finally a Buy: ‘Value Trap No More’ | ]

With shares at 2013 levels, investors remain skeptical. But the stock is cheap, yields 3% and is on the rise.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Heller Is Fifth GOP Senator Who Won’t Vote for Health Bill | ]

Sen. Dean Heller announced his opposition to the Senate Republican health-care bill, complicating GOP leaders’ ability to cobble together the votes needed to pass a bill.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Four Home-Builder Picks for Looser Lending | ]

D.R. Horton, Beazer Homes, Century Communities and KB Home have entry-level customer groups of 50% or more.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Administration Explores Challenges to ‘Sanctuary Cities’ | ]

The Justice Department is quietly exploring new legal theories to take on so-called sanctuary cities in court, working to force them to aid the Trump administration’s aggressive deportation effort.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on ‘The Last Battle for Democracy in Venezuela’ | ]

Under Nicolás Maduro, a country that had been one of Latin America’s wealthiest is having its democratic institutions shredded amid rising poverty and corruption.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Two People Sitting in a Car Fatally Shot in Brooklyn | ]

Two people sitting in a car were fatally shot on Friday morning in Brooklyn, the New York Police Department said.

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[23 Jun 2017 | Comments Off on Disapproval Growing Over Trump’s Firing of Comey, Poll Finds | ]

President Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey is increasingly unpopular, according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. The poll found 46% disapproved of the firing, up from 38%.