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Arizona Senator Jeff Flake Says He Won't Run for Re-Election in 2018

Arizona Senator Jeff Flake Says He Won't Run for Re-Election in 2018

Flake said there was a "flagrant disregard for truth and decency" in the White House, saying the president has been guilty of "reckless, outrageous and undignified" behavior. Flake has served in the Senate since 2013 and previously served in the House from 2003 until 2013. When Flake officially announced his intentions on the Senate floor, he was watched by senators who had just come from their respective lunch meetings and sat grimly across the chamber.


Shawn Johnson Believes God Has a Bigger Plan After Tragic Miscarriage

Shawn Johnson Believes God Has a Bigger Plan After Tragic Miscarriage

The couple Wednesday in April 2016 in Franklin, Tennessee. The couple shared clips of every moment of their journey - from the positive pregnancy test to their devastating visit with the doctor. Johnson and East later answered fan questions with a Facebook Live and thanked everyone for their support. "It sucks. It's definitely no fun, guys ...


Road Ministry's Bharatmala Phase 1 proposal gets Centre's all-clear

Road Ministry's Bharatmala Phase 1 proposal gets Centre's all-clear

The BharatMala project will include economic corridors (9,000 km), inter-corridor and feeder route (6,000 km), national corridors efficiency improvement (5,000 km), border roads and worldwide connectivity (2,000 km), coastal roads and port connectivity (2,000 km) and greenfield expressways (800 km).



GOP Eyes a Million-Dollar Tax Bracket

President Donald Trump warned House Republicans on Sunday that 2018 would be a political failure for the GOP and disappointment for the nation if they fail on tax overhaul. Reed and other Ways and Means Republicans will hold day-long meetings Tuesday and Wednesday in the Longworth Building to hash out more of the details of the tax plan.


Shelagh Fogarty Labels Tory Whip

Shelagh Fogarty Labels Tory Whip "Sinister" Over Brexit University Letters

Mr Heaton-Harris said he believed in "open" debate on Brexit. Academics have accused a Conservative MP of "McCarthyite" tactics after he asked for the names of those who teach courses on Brexit and the content of lectures. The peer, a longstanding supporter of Britain's membership of the European Union, told BBC Radio 4's The World At One: "I couldn't believe that it had come from a Conservative MP".