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Smoking will be banned in public housing nationwide at end of July

Smoking will be banned in public housing nationwide at end of July


A federal ban passed in 2016 will wipe out smoking in nearly a million public housing units around the country.

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First it was Pfizer. Now Novartis has frozen drug prices in the US.

.@RepKevinBrady on second phase of tax cuts: "It's going to be a very tight, very focused package. The centerpiece of course is permanence."

.@RepKevinBrady: "Democrats want to steal those tax cuts back."

.@RepKevinBrady on tax cuts: "Democrats are pretty outspoken in the Senate that they couldn't support this because it wasn't permanent for families. So we're going to give them a chance to put their voting card where their mouth is."

.@RepKevinBrady on states suing over cap in state and local tax deductions: "These states are going to fail."

OPINION: Let's unite to support justice for the millions of brave women who've survived sexual assault (via @FoxNewsOpinion)

Restaurant faces backlash after shaming teen who paid bill with quarters

Between Breaths brings the story of 'the whale man' to the stage

.@KellyannePolls: “I think what’s very important is everything that President Putin and President Trump did cover.” @foxandfriends

An Australian father who lost three children in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 has lashed out at President Trump for his relationship with Russia, on the fourth anniversary of the tragedy

Mandalay Bay owners sue victims of Las Vegas mass shooting

Many of the Thai soccer players say they want to tell their parents "sorry" because they didn't tell them they were going to the cave. #ThaiCaveRescue #cbcnn

George Soros calls Obama 'greatest disappointment,' says he doesn't 'particularly want to be a Democrat'

President Trump wrongly claimed that Queen Elizabeth II reviewed her honor guard for the first time in 70 years during his UK visit. The Queen regularly reviews a guard of honor from the Household Division.

The Public Health Agency of Canada says it will start factoring opioid-related overdoses into its average life expectancy calculations, a trend the U.S. has been watching for years now.

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