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Article from NY Times No one knows better than House Democrats how a contentious health care vote can exact a steep political price — losing control of the House in the first midterm election of an untested new president’s tenure for example. As they hooted derisively at their Republican colleagues …

Article seen on Live Science The federal government is currently being funded by a continuing resolution that expires on April 28, 2017 – which also happens to be the 99th day of Donald Trump’s presidency. If Congress fails to approve a new spending deal before then, Trump’s 100th day as …

Article from NJ.COM Wednesday night’s meeting of the Guttenberg Board of Education drew an unusually large crowd for the modest district of 1,015 students in grade pre-K though 8. And while the main order of business was a public hearing on the district’s $18 million budget for the 2017-18 school …

Original article from Reuters   China warned on Friday that the situation with North Korea over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs is at a “critical point” and said dialogue and negotiations are the only “practical” way to end tensions. Speaking at the United Nations before a Security Council meeting …

Seen on Gamepost After a series of rumors and leaks, it’s official: Call of Duty is going back to its World War II origins. Simply titled Call of Duty: WWII, the next entry in the annualized shooter franchise follows an American squad through the European theater of the war. It …

A North Bergen man was sentenced to 15 years today for the rape and brutal beating of a woman in a crime that was cracked when a co-worker saw the rapist’s photo in The Jersey Journal. Jesse Girard, 35, of 43rd Street, must serve nearly 13 years of his sentence …

Article seen on Redbook Keri Young and husband Royce’s tragic news became viral on facebook .Their child was diagnosed with anencephaly (born without parts of the brain and skull). She then announced she would carry the baby to full term to meet her daughter and donate organs to individuals who …

A Utah man who was initially denied a lung transplant after a hospital found traces of marijuana in his system died on Saturday, in the Pennsylvania hospital that agreed to accept his case. Riley Hancey, 20, was recovering from a double lung transplant at the Hospital of the University of …

Original article from NPR Scientists have created an “artificial womb” in the hopes of someday using the device to save babies born extremely prematurely. So far the device has only been tested on fetal lambs. A study published Tuesday involving eight animals found the device appears effective at enabling very …

Original article from Washington Post   A German crowd booed Ivanka Trump on Tuesday after she called her father a “tremendous champion of supporting families.” Trump was taking her first crack at diplomacy abroad in her new role as assistant to the president, vowing at a women’s economic conference in …