The Post reports the banned words and phrases include "fetus ", " entitlement ", " diversity ", " transgender ", " vulnerable ", "evidence-based" and " science-based ". "Are you kidding?'" the analyst said . Kelly told the group she had been authorized to give verbal instructions about the remaining banned words. "HHS also strongly encourages the use of outcome and evidence data in program evaluations and budget decisions".
Two more students died Friday after a regional train sliced open a school bus in southern France, bringing the overall death toll to six. A school bus taking around 20 students home Thursday afternoon collided with a train in the south of France, resulting in "numerous victims", according to the local government .
Roberts later quipped to co-host George Stephanopoulos, "And I'm sure she will be selling that story". Manigault Newman told host Michael Strahan that as "the only African-American woman in this White House senior staff, I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me and affected me deeply and emotionally and affected my people and my community".
Tillerson's schedule includes a session with the ministerial committee on Canada-U.S. relations, in addition to meeting with his Canadian counterpart, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, during his visit Tuesday. "We'd like to have Russia's help - very important", said Trump. They also exchanged views on Tillerson's recent offer of unconditional talks with North Korea, but the Japanese officials did not reveal the content.
Benson said she never expected the video to go viral. Keeping an eye out for thieves, especially during the holiday season, is always a good practice, but sometimes there's a wolf in sheep's clothing that's initially hard to spot. We weren't supposed to touch the baby Jesus!' Benson shared the video that captured this adorable moment on Facebook on Sunday. Tana explained she's hoping other parents find the clip as amusing as she did.
HHSC had requested $90 million from the federal government to carry the program through February. Congress is almost three months past its deadline for approving CHIP funding for the states. It's long past time for them to act on this. "I am proud to sign this legislation that represents Pennsylvania's bi-partisan commitment to securing health insurance for our must vulnerable - our children and pregnant women", the governor said in a statement.