Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ What Do The Budget, Idaho And FDA Chief Scott Gottlieb Have In Common?

In this episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times, Stephanie Armour of The Wall Street Journal and Paige Winfield-Cunningham of The Washington Post discuss President Donald Trump’s budget plan and how some states are trying to stabilize the Affordable Care Act, while others are trying to violate it. Also, Rovner and KHN’s Sarah Jane Tribble interview Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

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House crushes Al Green’s bid to impeach President Trump

The House on Wednesday tossed aside an attempt by Rep. Al Green to bring articles of impeachment against President Trump. Many Democrats joined the Republican majority in voting, 364-58, to table the resolution from Mr. Green, Texas Democrat, after Democratic leaders said Mr. Trump’s actions may be upsetting to the party, but that talk of impeachment…

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Police: Girl, 15, stabbed over 50x and set on fire; met killer on Facebook

Philadelphia police say a teenage girl was stabbed approximately 80 times and then set on fire met by a man she met on Facebook.

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Why North Korea Launches Its Missiles In Lofted Trajectories?

North Korea conducted its first test of Hwasong-15 Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) early Wednesday which puts all of US in striking range. The missile soared to an altitude ten times higher than the International Space Station.

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Did The Federalist Party Thwart An Attempted Coup?

While I really hoped the Federalist Party would succeed and overcome the challenges of other third parties, I have lost hope in that becoming a reality. It appears that since the time I left in June to now things have become more disorganized and the lack of leadership and communication still exists.

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KILLING JUSTICE

A year after the epic election of a non-politician businessman there can be no doubt that hundreds if not thousands of felonies have been committed:

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UCLA players suspended after shoplifting incident

UCLA freshmen basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were suspended indefinitely by the school on Wednesday after

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The Roy Moore Saga…To Support or Not Support

Finally, based on what we know, perhaps the question to ask is how will these accusations affect Roy Moore’s ability to perform his job as a Senator? And/or have the accusations made him less capable of his job? If your answer is yes, then vote against him. If you answer no, then vote for him. But whatever you decide, be sure you can live with your decision. I know I don’t regret my decision in this past presidential election.

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High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140: US guidelines

High blood pressure was redefined Monday by the American Heart Association, which said the disease should be treated sooner, when it reaches 130/80, not the previous limit of 140/90. “High blood pressure is now defined as readings of 130 mm Hg and higher for the systolic blood pressure measurement, or readings of 80 and higher for…

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North Korean soldier shot by comrades while fleeing to the South

A North Korean soldier came under fire Monday as he raced towards the demilitarized zone and ran across the border to defect to the South, military officials said on Tuesday. The man was seriously injured. Embed from Getty Images The incident happened at about 3:15 p.m. local time in South Korea (2:45 p.m. in North Korea)…

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