The Kentucky Republican opposes the revised version of the Cassidy-Graham health-care bill, his spokesman said. Paul was one of two GOP senators — including John McCain — who came out against the earlier form of the legislation, citing concerns about the block granting approach at the core of the bill.
In another ratcheting up of tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons, North Korea’s foreign minister asserted that the pariah state has the right to defend itself by shooting down U.S. planes, even if they are not in the country’s airspace.
The penalty marks a stunning downfall for the New York Democrat whose propensity for sending lewd photos to women repeatedly derailed his career in politics, and — in a roundabout way — might also have impacted Hillary Clinton’s bid to become president.
At its worst, the NFL is a controlling and conniving league. But this weekend, with President Trump spewing venom and the players needing direction, Commissioner Roger Goodell helped make this Sunday one of the most meaningful in NFL history.
GOP candidates for other offices are also struggling to catch their rivals six weeks before Election Day. Voters say improving K-12 education is their top concern, but the issue has drawn little attention in the campaign so far.
Interviews with those involved in the government’s investigation and the company’s response provide the first details of how Facebook uncovered the Russian operation and searched for ways to limit the damage.
The order continues restrictions on foreign nationals seeking visas from Iran, Somalia, Libya, Yemen and Syria, and adds Chad and North Korea to the list. It also imposes travel blocks on Venezuela’s leaders and their families.