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Hillary Clinton has serious doubts about Bernie Sander's latest single-payer healthcare plan
In a new sign of lingering tensions from the 2016 Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton dismissed Sen. Bernie Sanders' call for a single-payer healthcare system in an interview with Vox published Wednesday. Vox's Ezra Klein asked Clinton, who defeated Sanders to become the Democratic nominee in 2016, what she though of the independent Vermont senator's Medicare-for-all plan, which he is set to release Wednesday. "Well, I don’t know what the particulars are," Clinton said. "As you might remember, during the campaign he introduced a single-payer bill every year he was in Congress — and when somebody finally read it, he couldn’t explain it and couldn’t really tell people how much it was going to cost." Clinton also highlighted what she saw as potential flaws in selling such a plan — special interests and public sentiment. "When I was working on health care back in in '93 and '94, I said if we could’ve waved the magic wand and started all over, maybe we would start with something resembling single-payer plus other payers, like other countries that have universal coverage and are much better at controlling costs than we do, primarily in Europe," Clinton said. "But we were facing the reality of not just strong, powerful forces but people’s own fears as well as their appreciation for what they already had." As an example, Clinton cited the difficulties with the attempt at single-payer in Sanders' home state of Vermont, saying it was "difficult to out the pieces together." Clinton advocated a more gradual approach in the Vox interview, saying that Obamacare, the law formally known as the Affordable Care Act, should be stabilized and that Congress should lower the age needed to qualify for Medicare. From there, she said, the US should take incremental steps toward a single-payer system. Clinton has been promoting her new book, "What Happened," which details her thoughts on her failed 2016 bid for president. The book sharply criticizes Sanders for what Clinton believes was his role in aiding President Donald Trump's eventual victory. Sanders' Medicare-for-all plan has 15 Democratic cosponsors. You can read the full interview at Vox» NOW WATCH: Why you won't find a garbage can near the 9/11 memorial
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Hurricane Irma aftermath: Floridians without flood insurance face astronomical bills
FEMA criticized for doing a poor job of ensuring those homeowners mandated to carry flood insurance are doing so.        
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Wednesday briefing: 'I pray she's already dead'
Mexico earthquake kills more than 140 … Boris says he’s not going anywhere … Russia accuses Armando Iannucci of destabilising countryGood morning to you all, Graham Russell here with a morning brief that could, in all honesty, be twice as long and still not get in all the big news stories happening right now. Continue reading...
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England defender Bassett signs for Australian club
England defender Laura Bassett joins Australian W-League club Canberra United.
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Wood helps lift Padres over D'backs, 6-2
Wood lifts Padres past the Diamondbacks 6-2 with his arm and his bat        
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Trump administration red tape tangles up visas for skilled foreigners, data shows
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration is making it more difficult for skilled foreigners to work in the United States, challenging visa applications more often than at nearly any point in the Obama era, according to data reviewed by Reuters.   
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Hurricane Maria Evacuees Arrive in South Florida
People evacuating from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands ahead of Hurricane Maria flew to south Florida on Tuesday. Maria is forecast to move over the U.S. Virgin Islands on Tuesday night and Puerto Rico on Wednesday. (Sept. 20)        
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Report: Amazon is working on Alexa-powered smart glasses
The Financial Times reports that Amazon is embarking on a difficult journey: it’s developing smart glasses that tether to your phone and allow you to invoke and interact with the company’s Alexa voice assistant. It isn’t clear exactly why they have to be glasses, since Alexa primarily listens for voice commands and responds vocally as well. The glasses are said to have a bone-conduction audio system built-in, so you don’t have to wear earphones to hear Alexa – but what’s the eyewear for? It’s possible that the spectacles will function like Google Glass, displaying information related to your queries in… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Amazon
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Promise Technology's 'Apollo' Personal Cloud Storage Device Supports iOS 11 Files App
Promise Technology's recently released Apollo Cloud 2 Duo storage device is able to interface with the iOS 11 Files app thanks to a new update that was introduced to the accompanying Apollo Cloud iOS app today. The Apollo Cloud 2 Duo is a personal cloud storage solution designed to give families and small businesses the cloud's ease of use with the security of local storage. The network-attached storage device offers 8TB of storage space and is accessed through a home Wi-Fi setup. Mac and iOS apps allow users to interface with the Apollo Cloud 2 Duo from Macs and iOS devices, and when used with an iPhone or iPad, files stored on the Apollo Cloud 2 Duo can be easily transferred to and from the new Files app available in iOS 11. On an iPad, Drag and Drop is also supported, so managing files from an iOS device is easier than ever. Other Apollo Cloud 2 Duo features include a quick camera roll backup tool to save your photos from iOS devices, built-in albums with facial recognition for organizing those photos, Time Machine support for Mac backups, and selective sync, for syncing specific folders on your Mac right to the Apollo. Because the Apollo Cloud 2 Duo connects to a home Wi-Fi network, there are no monthly storage fees. Along with today's app update, the Apollo Cloud 2 Duo also became available for purchase in Apple retail stores. The Apollo Cloud 2 Duo is available for $449 from Apple or directly from Promise Technology.Tags: Promise Technology, Apollo Discuss this article in our forums
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Wells Fargo's lone outsider aims to clean up bank's reputation
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Before a sales scandal upended its reputation, Wells Fargo & Co was something of a proud outsider in Washington and on Wall Street compared to its big bank peers.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund is now worth a trillion US dollars
ReutersThe sovereign wealth fund of Norway, officially known as the Government Pension Fund of Norway, is the largest in the world. It allocates the country’s vast oil wealth into bonds, stocks, and to a growing extent, property. It is known to be able to move entire asset markets by its investment decisions. Yesterday, the fund’s total value surpassed one trillion US dollars for the first time. “On Tuesday 19 September 2017 at 02:01 CET, the fund value hit $1,000,000,000,000, or 1 trillion dollar, for the first time,” the fund said in a press release. “Reaching 1 trillion dollars is a milestone, and the growth in the fund’s market value has been stunning,” said Yngve Slyngstad, Chief Executive of Norges Bank Investment Management, the central bank arm that manages the fund. Created on the back of the country’s vast oil wealth to provide its citizens with pensions, Norway’s sovereign wealth fund today owns around 1.3 per cent of the world’s entire listed equity. Among its largest holdings are corporates including Alphabet, Facebook and Roche. This post first appeared on Business Insider Nordics. See the original article. Copyright 2017.NOW WATCH: Here's what makes tech stocks today different from the tech bubble
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China offers support for strife-torn Venezuela at United Nations
BEIJING (Reuters) - China believes that the Venezuelan government and people can resolve their problems within a legal framework and maintain national stability, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Venezuelan counterpart at the United Nations.
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How $5 billion of debt caught up with Toys 'R' Us
Sept 20 (Reuters) - Toys "R" Us Inc has been making $400 million in interest payments on its debt every year, largely due to its $6.6 billion leveraged buyout in 2005. This week, it succumbed to its debt burden, leading to the biggest bankruptcy of a U.S. retailer since that of Kmart in 2004.
High school sparks backlash with mock slavery lesson
A California high school is facing a backlash after administering an interactive mock slavery lesson to students. In the activity at Whitney High School, 8th grade students played the part of slaves, with their hands bound with masking tape, CBS Los Angeles reported. The teachers played the part of the slave ship captains. An explainer...
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At least 20 kids dead after quake collapses Mexican school
At least 20 children died in a school that collapsed during the devastating earthquake in Mexico, authorities said Tuesday night. President Enrique Pena Nieto said 22 bodies were found, including two adults, at the Enrique Rebsamen elementary school in Mexico City. In his remarks, made on Financiero TV, Pena Nieto said that 30 more children...
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Twitter lurkers will love its new Popular Articles feature
In an effort to make its platform better for new and logged-out users – and presumably, folks who don’t tweet much – Twitter is rolling out a new feature that surfaces articles that people in your feed are talking about. BuzzFeed News first spotted links to stories under a ‘Popular Articles’ header in the Explore tab on Twitter’s mobile app today. In addition to articles that your network is engaging with, you’ll also see stories that are gaining steam among users in your area. Twitter has confirmed that the feature is rolling out to Android and iOS, but it might… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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Twitter removed 299,649 accounts tied to terrorism in the first half of 2017
(Reuters) — Twitter Inc said that its internal controls were allowing it to weed out accounts being used for the “promotion of terrorism” earlier rather than responding to government requests to close them down. U.S. and European governments have been pressuring social media companies including Twitter, Facebook Inc, and Alphabet Inc’s Google to fight harder […]
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Oculus tweaks VR audio to seem closer and more realistic
Audio can be just as important as visuals if you want to make true-to-life VR experiences. That's why Oculus has introduced changes to the Rift SDK that give developers the power to make spatial audio as realistic as possible. One of the features the...
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Magic Johnson Subpoenaed to Testify in Draymond Green Lawsuit
Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson has reportedly been subpoenaed as a witness in a lawsuit filed against Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green. Citing court documents, the Mercury News' David DeBolt reported Tuesday that legal representatives for former Michigan State football player Jermaine Edmondson "want to question Johnson about a tweet he posted following the incident outside a Michigan restaurant." The tweet, which was sent in July 2016, referenced a conversation Johnson and Green had after the two-time NBA champion was arrested in East Lansing, Michigan, for allegedly assaulting Edmondson. Green, who was initially charged with misdemeanor assault and battery, later reached a plea deal and paid a $560 noise violation to avoid jail time. Edmondson and his girlfriend, Bianca Williams, are now suing Green for assault, battery and infliction of emotional distress, per DeBolt. Johnson is expected to provide a deposition to the plaintiff's attorneys Oct. 4 at the Lakers practice facility.
Jimmy Kimmel on health care bill: Sen. Cassidy lied 'right to my face'
Jimmy Kimmel didn't pull any punches when it came to the Senate's new health care bill and U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, saying that Cassidy lied "right to my face." - RSS Channel
Trump’s hard-hitting UN speech gets mixed reception from world leaders
President Trump delivered a hard-hitting speech at the United Nations on Tuesday, threatening to “totally destroy” North Korea if it does not abandon its nuclear-weapons program — prompting gasps from the audience. Again mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as “Rocket Man,” Trump warned that the despot is risking doomsday for his nation’s 25 million...
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Rangers rookie looking to clear language hurdle
The Rangers knew that speaking and understanding English was going to be a hurdle for Filip Chytil, their second first-round pick (the 21st overall) in this year’s draft. But it has turned out to be a larger hurdle for the 18-year-old from the Czech Republic than first anticipated. Just a few days ago, coach Alain...
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Trump Takes to Twitter to Pan the Emmy Ratings
Politics dominated the awards event, and on Tuesday, the president tweeted that he “was saddened to see how bad the ratings were.”
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Jimmy Kimmel: Sen. Cassidy lied 'right to my face'
Jimmy Kimmel spoke about the Graham-Cassidy health care bill during his ABC show on Tuesday night.
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Jerk Humans Immediately Shoot First Wild Bison Seen in Germany for Over 250 Years
The World Wildlife Fund said on Friday it will be pursuing charges against a local official who, upon receiving a report of the first sighting of a wild bison in Germany in over 250 years, promptly ordered hunters to shoot the animal dead.Read more...
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Strong quake near Mexico City kills almost 150, rescuers dig through collapsed buildings
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Rescue crews and ordinary citizens searched through rubble for survivors as night fell on Tuesday on battered cities in central Mexico, including the capital, where the death toll from a major earthquake grew to at least 149.
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Buildings on Puerto Rico unable to withstand Category 5 storms: Expert
Many residences in Puerto Rico are built to withstand 125 mph winds, if that.
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Trump takes a jab at the Emmys after threatening to 'destroy North Korea' in first UN speech
Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesTwo days after celebrities threw verbal jabs at President Donald Trump during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, Trump fired back at his critics with a tweet. "I was saddened to see how bad the ratings were on the Emmys last night - the worst ever," Trump tweeted on Tuesday evening. "Smartest people of them all are the "DEPLORABLES," Trump said, referencing a term Hillary Clinton used to describe some of Trump's supporters during the contentious 2016 election. Though the 2017 Emmys ratings were not "the worst ever" as Trump described, they averaged 11.4 million viewers, about 100,000 more than in 2016 — the show's all-time low, according to Variety.  During the awards Sunday night, Trump bore the brunt of several jokes made by its host, comedian Stephen Colbert and several other celebrities who won awards that night. "Unlike the presidency, Emmys go to the winner of the popular vote," Colbert joked at one point, referring to the results of the US presidential election. Trump's comments about the Emmys came just hours after he delivered a fiery speech before the United Nations General Assembly in New York, in which he threatened the US could "totally destroy North Korea" if its nuclear aggressions continue.NOW WATCH: Here's where the most hate crimes occur in the US — it’s not where you think
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Myanmar's Suu Kyi denies going 'soft' on military
YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has rejected a suggestion she is soft on the military, which the United Nations has accused of ethnic cleansing, saying her relationship with the generals was normal and her objective was national reconciliation.
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Before Wisconsin, Foxconn Vowed Big Spending in Brazil. Few Jobs Have Come.
The Taiwanese company’s manufacturing model has not translated easily to other countries, where it faces different social, political and labor conditions.
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Why a World-Famous Art Exhibition Needed a Government Bailout
Documenta, the German contemporary art exhibition that some view as the world’s most important, ran into financial trouble when it expanded to Greece.
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When Male Ducks Hang Out Together Their Dicks Get Longer
Male ducks have some of the weirdest junk in nature—a ludicrously long, corkscrew-shaped member that evolved on account of an ongoing battle of the sexes. New research shows that the social environment in which the male duck finds himself in has a pronounced effect on the length of his penis, a finding that may…Read more...
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At Italian Vogue, a New Beginning
When Emanuele Farneti was named editor, the fashion world was shocked. Now he’s ready for his close-up.
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Yankees thump Twins again to close in on wild-card spot
When the Yankees batted in the sixth inning Tuesday night against a parade of mediocre Twins pitchers, they couldn’t have missed the news from Baltimore that the Red Sox had beaten the Orioles in extra innings for the second straight evening. If it wasn’t spreading in the home dugout, the result was in lights on...
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Toshiba selects Bain group as buyer of its memory chip business: sources
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Toshiba Corp has selected a group led by U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital to buy its prized memory chip unit, three people with knowledge of the talks said on Wednesday, the latest dramatic twist to a highly contentious auction.
City officials powerless to stop reckless charter-bus companies
The city is powerless to stop unsafe charter-bus companies like the one implicated in Monday’s deadly crash in Queens — leaving local officials at the mercy of the federal government, lawmakers said Tuesday. Dahlia Group — which owns the bus and hired the driver who slammed into a Q20 bus Monday in Flushing, killing three...
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Thank you Jimmy Kimmel for slamming the GOP's new health care bill
Once again, Jimmy Kimmel is slamming Republican lawmakers over healthcare.  This time he's attacking the Graham-Cassidy bill, proposed by Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy. Cassidy actually appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in May after the talk show host's emotional speech about his son's heart surgery.  The senator promised that he'd only support a bill that passed the "Jimmy Kimmel test" — meaning that it would guarantee coverage for kids like Kimmel's son, born with congenital heart disease.  SEE ALSO: Jimmy Kimmel destroys the disgusting commentators who criticized his health care plea Read more...More about Jimmy Kimmel Live, Gop, Healthcare, Jimmy Kimmel, and Republicans
Airbus opens China A330 plant amid market push
TIANJIN (Reuters) - Airbus SE on Wednesday opened its Chinese completion plant for A330 jets, with hopes that an increased presence in the world's fastest growing aviation market would help boost demand for the firm's profitable but ageing wide-body jets.
Professor offers students extra credit for examples of ‘white privilege’
A professor at San Diego State University offered extra credit to her students for filling out a “White Privilege Checklist” ― which provided “examples” of ways people are privileged “because they are white.” “Please read the list and place a check next to the privileges that apply to you or that you have encountered,” instructed...
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One of USC's best options at receiver isn't actually a receiver
USC’s coaches thought Texas had sniffed out their play call on the Trojans’ final drive of regulation on Saturday. The plan was for Sam Darnold to throw a pass up the middle of the field to Velus Jones Jr., a slot receiver that USC had lined up as a running back in hopes of a favorable matchup....
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Kasey Kahne lands 2018 NASCAR ride, signs with Leavine Family Racing
Kasey Kahne will replace Michael McDowell as driver of the Leavine Family Racing No. 95 car. Kasey Kahne is the latest big-name free agent to solidify his 2018 plans, announcing he will join Leavine Family Racing next season to replace Michael McDowell as driver of the No. 95 Chevrolet. The 37-year-old Kahne is losing is spot with Hendrick Motorsports at the end of the season despite having a year remaining on his contract. Kahne’s largely underwhelmed during tenure with Hendrick going 102 races between wins before winning the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in July. Kahne is joining a middle-class, single-car team, a dramatic change from the four-car Hendrick team that is regarded as one of NASCAR’s best organizations. LFR was founded in 2011, but didn’t begin running fulltime until last season and is winless in 139 Monster Energy Cup Series starts. “I want to thank Leavine Family Racing for this opportunity and will work as hard as possible to help them continue improving,” Kahne said. “I am ready for this challenge and look forward to making a fresh start.” McDowell and LFR have shown marked improvement this season, with McDowell recording 13 finishes of 20th or better -- compared to nine in 2016 -- including a career-best fourth in the July race at Daytona International Speedway. The team currently sits 26th in the owner standing, four spots higher than the year before. Despite the increased performance, team owner Bob Leavine said Kahne gives the team a driver who’s shown he can win at NASCAR’s top level in addition to someone it can market to potential sponsors. Kahne has won 18 races in a 14-year career and qualified for the playoffs six times. He is currently ranked 15th in the 16-driver playoff field, coming off a 21st-place finish in the postseason opener Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway. “We look at this as an opportunity to go to the next level,” Leavine said. “This deals partially with performance, because obviously, Kasey is a playoff-caliber driver. He has a wealth of information being with a larger organization like Hendrick Motorsports, and we think that will help us. We also look at this as an opportunity for marketing to be able to sell sponsorship. “Overall, we think Kasey is a good fit and felt we needed a change. There is absolutely nothing that Michael did, it was just a matter of us having to make some changes to help us move up the ladder and be a factor in the playoffs. I know Kasey will bring things that will help us.” Why it matters: Although a high-profile driver, there was uncertainty whether Kahne would find a ride to continue racing in Cup. And while LFR isn’t an upper-echelon team, it does provide him a good opportunity to rebound after an uneven five-year stint with Hendrick. Kahne moving out of the spotlight that comes with be a Hendrick driver spotlight and getting the chance to rejuvenate his career unfortunately comes at the expense of McDowell, whose average finish is only 1.6 positions higher than Kahne this season. McDowell’s options to remain in Cup are suspect, unless he can find sponsorship to bring to another mid-size team.
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Jimmy Kimmel takes on GOPers new health care bill in scathing opening monologue
He saved particular score for Senator Cassidy.
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Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger Are Returning for the New Terminator Film
Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are both returning for the sixth Terminator film. James Cameron, who made the first two films, is producing, with Tim Miller (Deadpool) directing.Read more...
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Lowrie's slam helps A's rally from 4 down, beat Tigers 9-8
Jed Lowrie hit a go-ahead grand slam against Alex Wilson, and the Oakland Athletics overcame a four-run deficit to beat the Detroit Tigers 9-8        
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Nets GM’s legacy hinges on D’Angelo Russell
Nets general manager Sean Marks admits D’Angelo Russell has to become a better defender and a better leader. Whether the enigmatic young point guard actually can do so likely will determine the Nets’ rebuild — and Marks’ legacy. “We’ve had candid conversations with D’Angelo, like we’ve had with all of our guys,’’ Marks said Tuesday....
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Buffett calls pessimists about United States 'out of their mind'
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Uncertainty about how the United States will cope with growing tumult in the world has not dampened Warren Buffett's optimism for the country's prospects over the long term -- even 100 years into the future.
Talkative Tennessee back John Kelly leads SEC in rushing
Talkative Tennessee running back John Kelly leads SEC in rushing        
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