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Today’s roundup: Headlines and News. 3/23/17


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World News:

Israel police arrest suspect in threats on US Jewish targets

UK parliament attacker British-born, had been investigated over extremism concerns

Exclusive: U.S. embassies ordered to identify population groups for tougher visa screening

Man drives car at Antwerp shoppers day after London attacks

North Korea will launch another nuclear test in next few days, officials say

Russian ex-lawmaker killed in Ukraine; Poroshenko calls it ‘state terrorism’

US combat airlift marks deepening involvement in Syria

U.S. News:

Statement: Utah man killed, wife injured in London attack

London terror attack: American visiting UK killed in rampage, family says

OFFICER, 3 OTHERS FATALLY SHOT IN WISCONSIN DOMESTIC DISPUTE

POLICE: PARENTS DELAY HELP FOR WOUNDED BOY TO SCRUB EVIDENCE

RIGHTS OF LEARNING-DISABLED STUDENTS BOLSTERED BY HIGH COURT

Trump basks in Nunes surveillance news: ‘So that means I’m right’

Donald Trump Recognizes American Tourist Killed In London Terror Attack

“The high court’s 6-2 ruling on Tuesday upheld a lower court’s ruling that President Barack Obama exceeded his legal authority in a National Labor Relations Board appointment. The court said a former top lawyer at the NLRB had served in violation of federal law governing such appointments. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that Obama appointee Lafe Solomon was not allowed to serve as acting general counsel of the NLRB while he was, at the same time, nominated to fill that role permanently, pending Senate confirmation.” Read more here. Supreme Court limits presidential appointment power

Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch meets Dem resistance as hearing enters Day 4

Senate confirms David Friedman as Trump’s ambassador to Israel

Commentary, Opinion:

Columnist: It Should Be Illegal to Be a Stay-at-Home-Mom with School-age Kids

Mayors of sanctuary cities should be thrown in jail

What Trump Got Right About the UN

Immigration:

Networks censor rape story involving illegal immigrant, but gave 11 minutes in two days to fake UVA rape

Are alleged Rockville rapists Unaccompanied Alien Children?

Focus on Border Wall as Visa Overstays Create Illegal Immigrant Crisis

POLICE: ILLEGAL ALIEN STRANGLED MAN TO DEATH IN NORTH CAROLINA

MASSACHUSETTS TEACHER BRUTALLY KILLED BY ILLEGAL ALIEN WITH CRIMINAL RECORD

PREVIOUSLY DEPORTED CHILD MOLESTER RE-ARRESTED IN ARIZONA

MS-13 gang member deported 4 times stabbed 2 women, abused child, cops say

Immigration: As LA rebuffs Trump’s order, others embrace it

Legal experts question impartiality of Obama Maryland judge ruling against Trump EO

Obamacare: 

Watch Mary Katharine Ham Clap Back At Chris Cuomo On Healthcare

Burger King Owner: Small Biz Rooting for Trump, Ryan on Obamacare Replacement

“The top trade association for U.S. drugmakers is spending more on television advertising than any other special-interest group, part of a multi-year campaign to repair the industry’s reputation and counter President Donald Trump’s claims that it’s “getting away with murder” on pricing.

The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, commonly known as PhRMA, has already spent an estimated $8.6 million on broadcast television and cable ads in 2017, according to data from Kantar Media’s CMAG, which tracks issue ads.”

“The pharmaceuticals group hadn’t bought any broadcast TV ads in at least five years. It now plans to spend “high tens of millions of dollars every year” on its campaign, including TV, radio and digital ads, as well as hosted events, said Robert Zirkelbach, its executive vice president for public affairs.” Read more here.Drug Companies Are Buying Ads on Shows They Know Donald Trump Watches

Projected Change in US Federal Budget Deficit Under American Health Care Act

EXCLUSIVE: Brady Assures House Obamacare Repeal Bill Won’t Limit Veteran Access To Care

GOP leaders delay ObamaCare replacement vote, amid opposition

Other News:

Senate votes to block internet privacy regulations

Fed’s Yellen Sees Education as Key to Breaking Poverty Trap

Markets:

Near-Record Oil Inventories Remain A Persistent Headwind For Crude Prices

Xcel Energy to Invest in Wind Energy to Lessen Emission

U.S. State Dept to approve Keystone pipeline permit

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