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Unemployed Sydney man wins $50m Powerball

Unemployed Sydney man wins $50m Powerball

The man said he wants to share his prize with his family and friends, and that if he's winning he "wants everybody along with me to win". The lucky victor also claims he initially had no idea how many zeros were even in $50 million. Which means he took away the eye-watering sum of $50 million prize all to himself . Should I hug my wife? 'I don't know what to do. When NSW Lotteries rung him up to tell him the good news about the first ticket he ever bought , he thought someone was ...



French Ex-PM Valls offers to back Macron in June polls

Macron served as economy minister in a Socialist government under Valls, but left to make his successful bid for president at the head of his own start-up party. It's more likely that no one party will win enough seats to form a majority in the Assembly, forcing Macron to weld together a coalition of different factions under a compromise agenda and cabinet.


Senate committee subpoenas disgraced Trump adviser Michael Flynn over Russian Federation

Senate committee subpoenas disgraced Trump adviser Michael Flynn over Russian Federation

He built a close relationship previous year with then-candidate Trump and became a frequent Trump campaign surrogate before assuming a brief tenure as national security advisor. " ... I have to tell you, I find it enormously disappointing". But Mr Trump stunned Obama advisers with his March 4 tweets accusing Mr Obama of wiretapping his NY skyscraper during the election, an explosive allegation that has been denied by FBI Director James Comey and other national security officials.



Sen. Manchin Says Trump-Backed Healthcare Bill Hurts W.Va.

The numbers themselves bear out the actual place patients with pre-existing conditions had in the ACA. "The age tax would allow insurance companies to charge people over the age of 50 up to 5 times more than they charge everyone else". Monday night, he mockingly apologized for saying children should have health care , saying, "It was insensitive, it was offensive". " ... If you don't do that you can't put any of the savings into the tax cuts and the tax reform".



Oval Office meeting with Russian officials raises eyebrows

The move was labelled as "Nixonian" by some commentators - likening Trump to former United States president Richard Nixon, whose presidency was brought down by the scandals uncovered in the Watergate scandal. The Trump administration has said Comey's firing was unrelated to the Russian Federation investigation. Michael Flynn's failure to disclose meetings with Kislyak eventually led to his departure as national security advisor and made the Russian diplomat a virtual household name.