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  • Democrats debate

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders running for during the debate Tuesday night that for the middle class. Montana Gov. Bullock, who was appearing on the debate stage for the first time, introduced himself to America as a person who had governed a state that President Donald Trump won and by arguing that he knew how to connect with those voters. Within minutes, both he and former Rep. John Delaney, of Maryland, argued vigorously against "At the end of the day I won't support any plan that rips away quality health care from individuals," Bullock said. "This is an example of wish-list economics. It used to be Republicans that wanted to repeal and replace, now many Democrats do, as well."Author Marianne Williamson noted that she often agrees with Warren and Sanders on policy issues but not on Medicare for All."I'm normally way over there with Bernie and Elizabeth, but on this one. I hear the others," she said.Williamson rejected Warren's argument that Democrats were using Republican talking points to demonize the Medicare for All plan. "I do have concern that it will be difficult. I have concern that it will make it harder to win, and I have a concern that it will make it harder to govern," she said. But it didn't take long for Warren and Sanders to fight back and defend their side of the ideological divide with gusto. Slideshow by photo services"I don't understand why anybody goes to all the trouble of running to the president of the United States to talk about what we really can't do and shouldn't fight for. I don't get it," Warren said in response to Delaney. "Our biggest problem in Washington is corruption. It is giant corporations that have taken our government and that are holding it by the throat, and we need to have the courage to fight back against that and until we're ready to do that, it's just more of the same. Well, I'm ready to get in this fight. I'm ready to win this fight."Sanders added, "To win this election and to defeat Donald Trump - ...

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  • Georgia's Best Hospitals: U.S. News Rankings For 2019

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    New rankings from U.S. News & World Report identify the best hospitals in specialty care and the best hospitals in ...

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  • Boyce's death tied to epilepsy

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Disney star Cameron Boyce's cause of death was "sudden unexpected death in epilepsy," according to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner.Boyce, who was born on May 28, 1999, was found unresponsive in his home on July 8. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 2:35 p.m. Boyce's initial autopsy was performed the same day.The medical examiner/coroner determined Boyce's cause of death following addition testing. The manner of his death was certified as "natural," per the office's summary. © TheWrap Cameron Boyce "He passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated," a Boyce family spokesperson told  the day after Cameron passed. "The world is now undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights, but his spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him." - Boyce starred in Disney's "Descendants" franchise, in Adam Sandler's "Grown-Ups" movies, as well as on TV's "Jessie," among other series and films.Below is the full summary as made available to the media on Tuesday. The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner determined the cause of death for actor Cameron Boyce was sudden unexpected death in epilepsy. In the early afternoon of July 6, Cameron Mica Boyce (DOB: 05/28/99) was found unresponsive in his home located in the 5100 block of Cartwright Avenue in North Hollywood. Authorities were called and Boyce was pronounced dead at the scene at 2:35 p.m. On July 8, an autopsy was performed, and the cause and manner of death were deferred. After additional testing, the cause of death was determined to be sudden unexpected death in epilepsy. The manner of death was certified as natural. The coroner case number for Boyce is 2019-05076.Related video: Cameron Boyce's Mom and Dad Share Family Photos of Their Late Son (via ETOnline.com) ...

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  • Trump interrupted

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    A Democratic Virginia state lawmaker interrupted President Trump's Jamestown speech Tuesday directly in front of the stage where the president was standing, declaring, "President Trump, you can't send us back, Virginia is our home." Ibraheem Samirah, who is Muslim, held up a sign with the words "Deport Hate," sparking boos and chants of "Trump, Trump, Trump" from some in the audience. The president temporarily halted his speech, and Samirah was escorted from the event by law enforcement. The interruption comes after the president has spent weeks deriding progressive women of color, and after he spent the last few days blasting Rep. Elijah Cummings, who is black, over living conditions in Baltimore. Multiple Virginia officials boycotted the Tuesday event commemorating the 400th anniversary of the first representative legislative assembly over Mr. Trump's rhetoric, and Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney resigned from a committee planning the ceremony.Samirah posted a lengthy statement to Twitter after the incident, declaring the president a "racist-in-chief" who "openly stokes hate against immigrants." "400 years ago today, a group of undocumented immigrants formed a government to rule this commonwealth, beginning a centuries long tradition of people from across the world immigrating here for a chance at safety, democracy, and prosperity; my parents, who are Palestinian refugees, included. The fact that the racist-in-chief, who so openly stokes hate against immigrants, was even invited to this event is insulting to Virginians and insulting to the history of our commonwealth's democracy," the statement said.Virginia's Speaker of the House of Delegates, Kirk Cox, said the young lawmaker's conduct violated House rules. "I am disappointed by Delegate Ibraheem Samirah's disrespectful outburst during the president's remarks. It was not only inconsistent with common decency, it was also a violation of the rules of the House."Mr. Trump's rhetoric has sparked debate ...

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  • Braves vs. Nationals Game Thread: July 30th, 2019

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Teheran vs. ...

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  • Walmart shooting suspect

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Southaven police have charged Martez Tarrell Abram, 39, with two counts of murder.Two store employees were killed Tuesday morning in a shooting at a Walmart in Southaven, authorities said.Abram was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with police, authorities said. "Two of our officers encountered the suspect outside on the west side parking lot of the building. One of our officers was shot at this time. He was saved by his vest. Our officer is currently in the hospital recovering with his family," said Southaven Police Chief Macon Moore. "At this point, the suspect was engaged by another officer. (The suspect) was struck twice by gunfire from our officer. He was taken into custody (and) he has been transported to Region One Medical Center, where it is my understanding that he is currently in surgery." Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite said the suspect is a disgruntled Walmart employee.Anthony Brown, 38, of Olive Branch, who employees said was a store manager, died after he was shot inside Walmart, DeSoto County Coroner Joshua Pounders said. Family members said Walmart employee Brandon Gales, of Hernando, was also shot and killed.The shooting prompted a sizable law enforcement response, with officers setting up a perimeter and entering the Walmart Supercenter. The Shelby County, Tennessee, bomb squad was called to the scene after a suspicious package was found inside the store, Moore said.Moore said Southaven police officers and firefighters recently underwent active shooter training."There's no doubt that training they received two weeks ago saved lives today," Moore said. About 60 employees were inside the store when the shooting broke out about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, Moore said.The store will remain closed through Wednesday, authorities said.READ MORE: © Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Martez Abram CHECK OUT ...

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  • Cocktails in Cumming: Andrew's Fire Roasted Margarita

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Tam’s Tupelo sits just off the Buford Highway in Cumming serving southern-inspired cocktails and cuisine. We were able to sit down with them during their Friday happy hour to discuss their contribution to the cocktail scene in Cumming. Tam’s Tupelo mixed up their famous ‘Andrew’s Fire Roasted Margarita’ while sharing the reason behind its name. Co-owner of Tam’s Tupelo, David Janowitz, says they named the cocktail after one of their ...

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  • Death knell tolls for aged strip center as 'Southern Post' materializes

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Expected $80M project would echo architectural facets of nearby Canton Street, city’s historic ...

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  • Falcons WR Julio Jones says he won’t play in preseason

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones says he will not play during the 2019 preseason, per Ian Rapoport at NFL ...

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  • Gwinnett County high school students join in local politics

    Posted 2019-07-31 01:55:30 by: Mr. Bootstate

    Some of Gwinnett County's brightest youth are playing an integral part in the future of the county's government. The Gwinnett County Youth Commission inducted 29 local students Tuesday. "The Youth Commission is a program that is specifically designed to get high schools students excited about government," Gwinnett Community Outreach Program Director Nicole Hendrickson said. The Gwinnett Youth Commission is an eight-week summer program ...

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