A top-secret military document shows that the Bundeswehr plans to train Chinese soldiers in 2020. Human rights group Amnesty International says Berlin should take a stand over Beijing's human rights record.
New federal regulations finalized Nov. 15 require hospitals to make public all the prices they negotiate with insurers and health plans, starting in 2021. The aim is to untangle the hospital marketplace with a wave of consumer-friendly information that will promote competition that leads to lower costs. Hospitals are not happy, but advocates of well-informed, [
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced U.S policy toward Israel’s “settlements” is reverting to one held by the Reagan administration; that is the right of Israelis to settle in the ancient lands of Judea and Samaria “is not, per se, inconsistent with international law.” This is good news, not
Mike Pompeo's announcement affirms the inhabitance of Jews in territories recaptured in the Six-Day War in 1967 does not violate international law.
Five prisoners scheduled to face federal executions by mid-January.
20 million American households rely on food stamps
Peter LaFrance, a 57-year old Pennsylvania plumber, went to the doctor in early 2017 when his chronic shortness of breath got worse. His doctor immediately sent him to the hospital, where he learned he was having heart failure and also had type 2 diabetes. He was in the hospital for nearly a week. At least he had insurance, he thought. He thought wrong.
‘When the Tories say they will ‘update’ the act, there’s no doubt that they mean weaken it’ say Lib Dems
A veto of a democracy bill would send a terrible signal.
A jury acquitted a teacher who provided food, water and clothing for a pair of Central American migrants.
The Justice Dept. said it would appeal the decision and try to proceed with the first federal executions since 2003.
U.S President Donald Trump is expected to sign legislation passed by Congress intended to support protesters in Hong Kong, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, a move sure to anger China.