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  • Pence turns up the heat on health care after Senate stallsVice President Mike Pence delivered an energetic endorsement Tuesday of the Senate Republicans’ new approach to the Affordable Care Act: Repeal it now and figure out a replacement later.

    GOP Rep. Rohrabacher gets to the bottom of Martian civilization: There wasn’t anyA Republican lawmaker asked a panel of NASA scientists Tuesday for opinions on whether Mars could have had civilized life “thousands of years ago.”

    Iran says it has received 'contradictory signals' from TrumpNEW YORK (AP) — Iran's foreign minister said the government has received "contradictory signals" from the Trump administration and doesn't know how to interpret them, but he held open the possibility of talks and improved relations with the United States.

    Tourists train at Israeli 'counter-terrorism boot camp'Taking in the scene of a simulated fruit market in an Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank, a group of tourists ponders whether a poster-size figure of an Arab man holding a cellphone is a threat and should be shot. It is part of a counter-terrorism “boot camp” organized by Caliber 3, a company set up by a colonel in the Israeli army reserves. Admission includes watching former Israeli commandos take down an “attacker” and other means to thwart assaults, including the use of an attack dog.

    America’s Not First. It’s Third.The United States slips behind France and the U.K. in this year’s soft-power ranking.

    Coulter won’t back down, sit down or pipe down on Delta seat mishapConservative political commentator Ann Coulter is demanding answers after receiving sassy tweets from Delta Airlines in response to her complaints about having her seat reassigned on a flight from New York Laguardia to West Palm Beach, Florida, Saturday.

    Fugitive on the Lam for 4 Years Gets Arrested After Flagging Down Cop for a RideJansen Simon, 30, had been wanted for aggravated second-degree battery since 2013.

    Russia earthquake: Magnitude 7.8 quake off far east coastline triggers US tsunami warningA powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake which struck off Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula triggered a tsunami warning for parts of the Pacific. The quake struck some 125 miles (200 km) from the city of Nikolskoye on Bering Island off the Kamchatka Peninsula. The epicentre was west of Attu, the westernmost and largest island in the Near Islands group of Alaska's remote Aleutian Islands.

    Man And Dog Attacked By Bobcat In ArizonaThe attack was captured in a video that was posted on Facebook by Jason Garrido, who witnessed the incident Sunday.

    The White House and Mitch McConnell’s office tell very different stories about the failure of the health care billAs the dust settled following Monday night’s collapse of the Republican effort to repeal Obamacare, a flurry of finger-pointing and competing narratives emerged with both the White House and the office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell trying to minimize their own roles in the debacle. Some White House staffers threw McConnell under the proverbial bus, suggesting that the majority leader rushed the vote and limited President Trump’s involvement. McConnell’s allies denied he sought to dictate the process or have the president take a back seat.

    After healthcare failure, Republicans face similar divisions on tax reformBy David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans in Congress unveiled a fiscal 2018 budget plan as a first step to major U.S. tax reform on Tuesday, only to face the same divisions between conservatives and moderates that helped killed their efforts to replace Obamacare. The $4 trillion spending blueprint, released by the House of Representatives budget committee, could become a new flashpoint for Republican in-fighting because it links future tax cuts for businesses and individuals with $203 billion in mandatory spending cuts that would reduce benefits for the poor. The Republican push to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, widely known as Obamacare, collapsed in the Senate late on Monday after a tug-of-war between party moderates who wanted to preserve healthcare benefits for lower-income Americans and conservatives who wanted to scale them back.

    US senator criticizes Pruitt in Oklahoma ethics probeOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Democratic member of the U.S. Senate committee that conducted confirmation hearings for Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said in a letter Tuesday that Oklahoma's former attorney general presented "inconsistent and contradictory statements" to the panel.

    Charlie Gard doctors remain 'unconvinced' after flying visit by US neurosurgeon who said he could treat himThe British doctors caring for Charlie Gard are understood to remain unconvinced by an American neurosurgeon who claimed he could treat the little boy. Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) staff spent five and half hours on Tuesday locked in discussions with Dr Michio Hirano, a US specialist who flew back to the US on Tuesday night. Charlie’s mother Connie Yates was also present at the meeting to determine the best course of action for her 11-month-old son. Dr Hirano had flown to London on Monday to examine the boy and assess brain scans carried out at the weekend. Timeline: Charlie Gard's parents' battle 02:17 Dr Hirano had said his experimental therapy could help treat Charlie, who suffers from a rare genetic disease. GOSH believes that Charlie has suffered irreversible brain damage and that life support should be withdrawn but his parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard, from Bedfont in west London, argue he should be transferred to a New York hospital for treatment from Dr Hirano.  A High Court has already ruled that Charlie be allowed to ‘die with dignity’ but agreed to further examination after hearing Dr Hirano’s therapy could significantly improve his quality of life. Dr Michio Hirano  Miss Yates, 31, thanked Dr Hirano and another specialist, who cannot be named, for flying in to see her child. She said: “Our gorgeous baby boy is still stable. We are at his bedside and feel satisfied he is not suffering or in any pain. As Charlie’s loving parents we are doing the right thing for our son in exploring all treatment options.” She said that Dr Hirano had requested a new MRI scan and a 30-minute EEG scan but that “GOSH preferred a longer EEG which the judge ordered”.  Miss Yates added: “Our son has now undergone the scans. We have facilitated the experts in every possible way. Charlie will be having some more tests shortly.” It is not clear what those tests are. Connie Yates and Chris Gard with baby Charlie Great Ormond Street has declined to comment on the discussions with Dr Hirano while the court case is ongoing. But it is understood the hospital failed to be persuaded by claims he had made in the High Court last week that he could help Charlie and that he had seen no evidence of irreversible brain damage. The hospital is understood to be sticking by its position statement issued last Thursday. In that statement, the hospital said: “It has been and remains the unanimous view of all those caring for charlie at Great Ormond Street that withdrawal of ventilation and palliative care are all that the hospital can offer him consistent with his welfare. "That is because in the view of his treating team and all those from whom GOSH obtained second opinions, he has no quality of life and no real prospect of any quality of life.” The case will come back to the High Court on Friday with further hearings expected next week that will finally decide the fate of Charlie,who suffers from mitochondrial depletion syndrome. His doctors say he is blind, deaf, unable to move and badly brain damaged, with no hope of recovery. The case has become a cause celebre with interventions from Donald trump and the Vatican in support of Charlie’s parents. The Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court have both uphold the decision of Mr Justice Francis in the High Court that Charlie’s life support be withdrawn.

    Boy, 10, Who Died After Trip to Neighborhood Pool Had Fentanyl in His SystemAlton Banks started vomiting at his Overtown home after a trip to the neighborhood pool on June 23. He died that night.

    Two Men to Face Charges Over Violence at a California White Nationalist RallyOther arrests are expected, but the number falls far short of the 101 people the California Highway Patrol recommended charging

    Tens of thousands of Canadians flee huge forest firesAlmost 40,000 Canadians have fled their homes under threat of huge wild fires, with British Columbia facing its largest emergency evacuation ever, officials said Monday. Canada scrambled thousands of firefighters and hundreds of aircraft from across the country to tackle raging infernos in the western province, and had even drafted extra firefighters from Australia, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said.

    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.

    Team Trump’s evolving story on Don Jr.’s Russia meetingThe White House’s story has repeatedly changed when discussing Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting last summer with a Kremlin-linked lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton’s campaign. In an off-camera briefing later that day, press secretary Sean Spicer said that nothing came out of the meeting except a discussion on Russian adoption policy. “You know I’m not going to get into the specifics of this, but I will say it’s quite often for people who are given information during the heat of campaign to ask what that is,” said Spicer.

    American CNN pundit refuses to say Trump is her presidentA CNN political commentator is refusing to call Donald Trump her president, and instead has been calling the President “your president” during panel discussions on the cable news network. Angela Rye, who served as the executive director and general counsel for the Congressional Black Caucus before joining CNN, initially attacked the President for encouraging the Russian government in 2016 to “find” Hillary Clinton’s emails that were deleted from her private server she used while serving as secretary of State. “He went into a press conference during the summer [of 2016] asking Russia to find the other 30,000 emails,” Ms Rye said.

    Professor reinstated after GOP student assault accusationLONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — A California professor facing termination over a run-in with pro-Donald Trump student demonstrators has been reinstated after an arbitration decision announced Tuesday, though the school maintains the teacher acted improperly.

    Everything You Need to Know About the Chipotle OutbreakIs it safe to eat at Chipotle? Customers reported experiencing painful norovirus symptoms ranging from severe stomach discomfort, nausea, dizziness, and dehydration to vomiting and diarrhea—which even drove two victims to the hospital. "We are working with health authorities to understand what the cause may be and to resolve the situation as quickly as possible," Jim Marsden, Chipotle's executive director of food safety, told Business Insider.

    Bambi's Best Friend: Dog Rescues Baby Deer Stranded in WaterStorm the dog jumped into action, and even stayed by the fawn's side.

    Illinois teenager arrested in Uber slaying could face more chargesAn Illinois teenager arrested for fatally stabbing an Uber [UBER.UL] driver may face additional criminal charges for her violent behavior while detained, prosecutors said on Tuesday. Eliza Wasni, 16, who was charged in June with murdering Grant Nelson, has been involved in 40 reported incidents at the Chicago juvenile detention facility where she is being held, Diann Sheridan, a lawyer with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office, said during a court hearing. Nelson, 34, was killed early on May 30 after picking up Wasni outside a Wal-Mart Stores Inc location in Skokie, Illinois, a northern suburb of Chicago.

    House Republicans Have a New Budget. Here Are 3 Ways it Could Affect YouIt would cut Medicare and Medicaid and could pave the way to tax reform

    Senior Official Weighs In On North Korea's Nuclear Weapons' ReachThe country said it successfully fired an intercontinental ballistic missile on the Fourth of July.

    Kamala Harris: The Democratic message is ‘telling the American public we see them’Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said Democrats have a message “much bigger” than opposing President Trump and that the party is focused on telling Americans “we see them.”

    What Congressional Republicans Really Think About Trump and RussiaWith each new revelation in the ongoing Trump-Russia saga, the same question inevitably gets asked: Will this be the moment Republicans in Congress finally turn on the president?

    The Latest:  More crews, dogs to join search for missing manTONTO NATIONAL FOREST, Ariz. (AP) — The Latest on deadly flash flooding in a national forest in Arizona (all times local):

    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.

    Bad News Keeps Coming for Harley-DavidsonBad News Keeps Coming for Harley-Davidson Sales in the United States drop considerably over this time last year Hard times are continuing to hit one of the world's most iconic motorcycle brands. Harley-Davidson motorcycle sales in the United States declined

    Putin shows off Russian advances at MAKS-2017 Aviation and Space SalonThe MAKS airshow and exhibition is a major international event in the aerospace business. Here are photos from the first day of this year’s gathering.

    Kin sue to stop inheritance as grandad, mom die mysteriouslyThe family of a man suspected in the slaying of his millionaire grandfather filed a lawsuit in New Hampshire on Monday accusing him of killing his grandfather and possibly his mother, who was lost at sea during a mother-son fishing trip, in a bid to collect a multimillion-dollar inheritance.

    Small U.S. towns brace for rare solar eclipse, and crowds, in AugustBy Ann Saphir DRIGGS, Idaho (Reuters) - Hyrum Johnson, mayor of the tiny city of Driggs, Idaho, expects some craziness in his one-stoplight town next month when the moon passes in front of the sun for the first total solar eclipse in the lower 48 U.S. states since 1979. The town of 1,600 people in Teton County, just west of the jagged peaks of the Rocky Mountains Teton Range, is getting poised to receive as many as 100,000 visitors on Aug. 21 for the celestial event, said Johnson, who was both excited and worried. Driggs is one of hundreds of towns and cities along a 70-mile arc, stretching from Oregon to South Carolina, that are in the direct path of the moon's shadow.

    Protesters across the country oppose GOP's health care planHere’s a look at protests across the country in opposition to the GOP health care bill.

    On ‘Made in America Week,’ White House fields questions about what’s not: Trump productsShirts are among the products made abroad by the Trump Organization. WASHINGTON — Monday was the start of “Made in America Week” at the White House, a celebration of U.S. industry and products. Along with a showcase of goods made in each of the 50 states, the event came with questions about the wide selection of products President Trump’s family businesses source from overseas factories.

    All You Need To Know About USS Gerald FordThe supercarrier is set to be commissioned by President Donald Trump on July 22, 2017.

    The Latest: Vatican court refuses to stop embezzlement caseVATICAN CITY (AP) — The Latest on the Vatican embezzlement trial (all times local):

    Michael Dell takes long view with 'Dell 2.0'His first company became the world's largest maker of personal computers. Now Michael Dell says he is building a broader technology firm with similar ambitions. Dell Technologies is the result of the private buyout of the original Dell computer firm, bolstered by the massive $67 billion deal for computer storage firm EMC and other software and services acquisitions.

    Ford Powershift Class Action SettlementThe class action settlement should be rather good for owners and previous owners of Fords equipped with the troublesome Powershift gearbox.

    Samsung Has Confirmed When We'll See Galaxy Note 8Samsung's mobile chief might have confirmed his company's plans to unveil the new Galaxy Note 8. Speaking to local media outlets in Taiwan, Samsung mobile division chief DJ Koh confirmed that his company will unveil the Galaxy Note 8 at the end of August, according to SamMobile, which earlier discovered the reports. Koh also confirmed that the Galaxy Note 8 will initially hit store shelves in early September and then find its way to other markets in October.

    Babysitter Breaks Kid's Arm for Wetting Pants: CopsThe babysitter, 21-year-old Haillee Howell, allegedly twisted the boy's arm and hit him with a spatula.

    New research reveals some of the best diets for health brain ageingFour studies presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2017 suggest that sticking to certain diets can help to reduce the risk of dementia. Previous studies have already indicated that certain diets and foods can have a beneficial effect on cognitive function, helping to support healthy brain aging and to reduce dementia risk.

    If Trump Is Serious About Curbing Iran, He’ll Kill Boeing’s Plan to Sell It PlanesThe more Iran’s economy is bolstered by large-scale Western business deals, the harder it will be for the United States to deploy sanctions effectively.

    US Navy Tests Laser Weapon That Can Hit Missiles At Speed Of LightThe speed of LaWs is 50,000 times the speed of an incoming intercontinental ballistic missile. The new technology does not need any heavy and costly missile.

    Iraqi officer seeks vengeance in Mosul, where killings mountMOSUL, Iraq (AP) — For one Iraqi lieutenant, the fight against the Islamic State group in Mosul has been a slow, methodical quest for revenge. For three years, he has hunted for two IS militants from his village who he believes killed his father. Along the way, he has shot to death detained militants after interrogating them, he acknowledges unapologetically.

    Duped by Photoshop: People Are Bad at Spotting Fake PhotosIn the study, people who were shown a number of real and fake images spotted the fake photos about 60 percent of the time, which is only a little bit above the 50 percent accuracy rate that would be expected by chance. "Our study found that although people performed better than chance at detecting and locating image manipulations, they are far from perfect," Sophie Nightingale, a doctoral candidate in psychology at the University of Warwick in England and lead author of the study, said in a statement. "This has serious implications because of the high level of images, and possibly fake images, that people are exposed to on a daily basis through social networking sites, the internet and the media," Nightingale said.

    London delivery drivers protest against rise in acid attacksDistressed over a rise in acid attacks, some 200 delivery drivers protested in front of the British parliament on Tuesday, demanding the government takes action. The protest was organised after five people, including delivery driver Jabed Hussain, were attacked with acid in the space of just 90 minutes on the night of July 13. London has seen a sharp rise in acid attacks in recent years.