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Trump's Remarks About Erasing Puerto Rico's Debt Jolt The Markets

His use of the word "nasty" is a callback to the 2016 campaign when he called Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" during a debate. On Wednesday, the director of the Office of Management and Budget, Mick Mulvaney , contradicted President Trump's comments about wiping out Puerto Rico's billions-dollar debt amid the catastrophic aftermath of Hurricane Maria .

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Breast cancer walk scheduled for Saturday

That means that some women and men are being treated with surgery, radiation and/or chemotherapy that is not needed and could result in the harms associated with breast cancer treatment. They are also given information on referral for genetic counseling to determine if personal and family history indicates a benefit from genetic testing.

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Enjoy the Best Prices for High Quality Botox and Dermal Fillers Worldwide Thanks to FillerSupplies

Thanks to individual approach to each client, the cooperation with FillerSupplies is always profitable and mutually beneficial. In the modern society various types of dermal fillers, serums and other injection agents are strongly popular due to medicine and aesthetic purposes of usage.

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Solar Energy Is Growing Faster Than Any Other Energy Source

Net additions to renewable energy capacity in 2016, which include solar, wind, hydropower, bioenergy, wave and tidal, grew by 165 gigawatts (GW), six per cent more than in 2015. Solar PV and wind together represent 90 percent of India's capacity growth as auctions yielded some of the world's lowest prices for both technologies.

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Mom gets jail over refusal to vaccinate son

She had one week to comply with a judge's order to get her child his shots, or she could go to jail. Bredow's case first made headlines last week after her ex-husband took her to court over her refusal to vaccinate their son, despite agreeing to do so in November 2016, Fox 2 Detroit reported .

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Businesses right to be concerned about Brexit, says Philip Hammond

And it will save middle earning graduates a lot of money - up to £15,700 over their lifetimes. Mr Hammond acknowledged that the process of negotiating Brexit had created "uncertainty" and slowed business investment and economic growth. "Our EU partners can go their way, we wish them well". Ms Davidson said that young people are being prevented from getting on to the property ladder because of spiraling prices.