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Obama To Seek Congressional Authorization For Syrian Strikes

Reporter: But he isn't ready to launch an attack yet. He wants to get a green light from congress. While I believe I have the authority to carry out this Kim Kardashian military action without specific authorization, the country will be stronger if we do this. Reporter: It will delay action by two weeks or more, but the president said he has time. Our capacity to execute is not time sensitive. It will be effective tomorrow or next week or one month their website from now. And I'm prepared to give that order.
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Right now he doesn't want bashar al-assad to lose the war. There is no credible position to take power. He's got to damage his military enough to punish them, prevent them from using chemical weapons again, while keeping him in power. It's a tough balance. Right now the sense is that he backed down, the president backed down, and there is a huge sigh of relief being breathed in damascus.
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"Today I'm asking Congress to send a message to the world that we are ready to move as one nation," Obama said. Obama's decision Kim Kardashian was a big gamble that he can gain approval from Congress in order to launch a limited strike against Syria to safeguard an international ban on chemical weapons usage, guard U.S. national security interests and protect regional allies http://gerryarizm.sosblogs.com/The-first-blog-b1/Kim-Kardashian-Im-Fully-Embracing-Motherhood-b1-p35.htm like Turkey, Jordan and Israel. "I have long believed that our power is rooted not just in our military might, but in our example as a government of the people, by the people, and for the people," Obama said. His decision was also a significant shift away from what was perceived to be a strike fairly soon against Syrian targets. He had been prepared to act unilaterally after the British parliament refused to go along with American plans.
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Obama faces opposition on Syria in Congress

Opposition to Mr. Obamas call to strike Syria has come from a set of Republicans, many in the libertarian mold, and liberal http://www.insanejournal.com/update.bml Democrats who already had formed an alliance out of wariness of the presidents drone and national-security surveillance programs, among other uses of executive power. Centrist opposition has begun to surface, as well. Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.), a centrist who often breaks with his party on fiscal issues, said Friday that he didnt see the evidence of an imminent threat to national security that would prompt military action.
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Florida Is No. 2 In The Nation For Rate Of Uninsured

And out of all 67 counties in Florida, Miami-Dade has the second-highest rate of uninsured for the same age group at 34.4 percent, trailing only Hendry County, with an uninsured rate of 35 percent or about 11,500 residents. Miami-Dade also is home to the largest number of residents without health insurance in the state younger than 65 an estimated 744,000 people. Broward Countys uninsured rate is 26 percent, or about 392,000 people. Steven Marcus, chief executive of click here! the Health Foundation of South Florida, a public charity that funds healthcare initiatives in the region, attributed Miami-Dades high rate of uninsured residents to the countys large number of small businesses, many of which do not offer health insurance to their employees the most common method for Americans browse to receive coverage. Were a very small-business, service economy, Marcus said. Our small businesses have never supported healthcare. A large number of undocumented workers also live in Miami-Dade; its unclear if the site internet census data included that population, which does not qualify for government-sponsored insurance programs.
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Florida to exhume bodies buried at former boys school

Sam Miller fumbled the subsequent kickoff, setting up another field goal for a 6-0 lead. Florida International's first score in the Turner Era came when Sergio Sroka kicked a 32-yard field goal after Maryland's William Likely mishandled a punt. Brown answered with a 29-yard touchdown run around left end, the final play of an 86-yard drive in which Diggs ran for 26 yards with a pitch from Brown off the option. On the first snap of the second quarter, Brown put a nice touch on a 25-yard toss to Long in the right side of the end zone, making it 20-3. Later, Brown fumbled in the pocket and FIU recovered on the Maryland 25. That led a 1-yard run on fourth down by fullback Lamarq Caldwell. Brown quickly made amends.
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Florida vs. Toledo, Rapid Recap: The good, bad, ugly, from a 24-6 win in the heat

You know, 37 to 26" on the walk back from Doak last night. It didn't work. But it's not like I needed to say anything to anyone wearing garnet and gold for the rest of the night: Florida said everything it needed to on the field. How Florida Won The Gators soaked the Rockets' fuses early After allowing a 12-yard pass on the first play from scrimmage, Florida's defense forced a four-and-out. The Gators got the ball at their own 14 and proceeded to drive down the field on an 84-yard touchdown drive that established the Gators' offensive line as the bullies of the day and showed that Mack Brown can serve as an above-average runner if his line opens up holes more often than not.
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Maryland defeats Florida International 43-10

Brown making the start because of Jones continued recovery from a serious viral infection rushed for a career-high 114 yards and two touchdowns. I feel like Ive got to roll now, Brown said. The last couple years, Id be stressed out after the game, feel like you failed your team. But making plays feels great. The tailback, who has patiently waited his turn, finally made the most of his chances. Mack is talented. He just needed an opportunity to play, coach Will Muschamp said. Hes played behind some good players here.
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Endurance swimmer Nyad sets off from Cuba to Florida

I admit I'm scared, I know what's out there," Nyad, 64, said, as she prepared to enter the water at Havana's Hemingway Marina, just west of the capital. Her biggest challenges during the 103 mile (166-km) swim, apart from fatigue, will be the poisonous jelly go here fish that float through the Florida Straits, the sharks, the man o'wars, storms, waves and the powerful and unpredictable Gulf Stream, the mighty ocean current that flows west to east between Cuba and Florida. If she succeeds, Nyad, who has failed on four attempts to make the crossing, would become the world record holder for the longest unassisted open ocean swim, meaning no shark cage or body suit to protect her. She was not using flippers. Nyad said on Friday that jelly read this fish stings were one reason for her undoing on an attempt last year, but this time she would be wearing a protective silicone mask to ward off their paralyzing stings.
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Fitch Downgrades Portugal Telecom SGPS SA's Long-Term Rating

http://yourtrainings.com/aureliozjnx/trainings/718766/ Thomson Reuters journalists are subject to an Editorial Handbook which requires fair presentation and disclosure of relevant interests. NYSE and AMEX quotes delayed by at least 20 minutes. Nasdaq delayed by at least 15 minutes. For a complete list of exchanges and delays, please click here.
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Portugal vs. Netherlands: Winners and Losers from International Friendly

The World Cup http://donnierdsw.wordpress.com/2013/07/21/adam-levine-of-the-voice-sells-hollywood-hills-home/ of Pool will be held http://shieldsiqcg.skyrock.com/3177707939-VelocityShares-Rolls-Out-Risk-Weighted-ETF-ERW.html this year from September 17th to 22nd, in York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Great Britain. This prestigious event features 32 teams from all over the World. The last 2 spots were played for today in Sarajevo, organized by IBPF. Ten teams started into the competition (Albania, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Estonia, Ireland, Lithuania, Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Serbia andSlovenia). Teams Portugal and Estonia went into the deciding matches undefeated. Through the loser's round, teams Bosnia & Hercegovina and Albania qualified for the play-offs.
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Portugal's economy sparks into life in second quarter

Wednesday's National Statistics Institute data beat forecasts, with analysts surveyed by Reuters having expected quarter on quarter growth of 0.5 percent. "This was a very positive number, which was partly expected due to indicators which were already known, mainly the performance of exports," said Filipe Garcia, head of Informacao de Mercados Financeiros consultants in Porto. Portugal's debt crisis had pushed the country into its deepest slump since the 1970s and it was in recession from 2011 as deep spending cuts and large tax increases under the 78-billion-euro the bailout depressed domestic demand. "For now we can talk forex about stabilisation of the economy as opposed to an inversion of the cycle," Garcia said, pointing to the possibility of more austerity in next year's budget, which could hit demand again. Overall, the euro zone emerged from its longest ever recession in the second quarter, helped by stronger growth in its two largest economies, Germany and France.
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Portugal and Estonia Earn World Cup of Pool Spots

Spain were picked as hosts, but the holders England did not even make it to the qualifying play-offs, finishing bottom of a group with France and Romania. Turkey, after a victory and final appearance in consecutive tournaments, missed out unbeaten behind Switzerland but Portugal eased through, their 10-1 aggregate against Iceland the most emphatic of the play-offs. Portugal were drawn in Group A, and proved dominant, first beating France 3-1 as Sweden and the Netherlands drew 1-1. The Dutch then overcame France 3-2, Boudewijn Zenden scoring twice either side of a Patrick Kluivert goal, but Portugal defeated Sweden 2-0 to remain ahead. They needed only a draw with Sweden to reach the final, but won 1-0.
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Portugal persistance pays off

Scaredy-cats can opt for Johns Mountain Overlook, which leads to twin waterfalls for the sensitive sightseer in you. fs.usda.gov/conf Image credit: flickr/chattoconeenf Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness Area via Green Road, Michigan The only national forest in Lower Michigan, the Huron-Mainstee spans nearly 1 million acres of public land. Outside the requisite lush habitat for fish and wildlife on display, the Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness Area is among the biggest hooks for visitors: offering beach camping with shores pounded by big, cerulean surf. Splash in some rum and you just might think you were in the Caribbean. fs.usda.gov/hmnf Image credit: umich.edu Canaan Mountain via Backcountry Canaan Loop Road, West Virginia A favorite hailed by outdoorsman and author Johnny Molloy trading as some of the best high-country car camping sites anywhere in the country, you dont have to go far to get away. Travel 20 miles west of Dolly Sods (among the busiest in the East) to find the Canaan Backcountry (for more quiet and peace). Those willing to leave the car for a bit and foot it would be remiss to neglect day-hiking the White Rim Rocks, Table Rock Overlook, or the rim at Blackwater River Gorge.
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Portugal. The Man.: It?s so cold in Alaska

Winner: Manchester United Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images When Robin van Persie was substituted out of the match in the 58th minute, injury free, David Moyes and the Manchester United faithful surely breathed a sigh of relief. With the English Premier League kicking off this weekend and the Wayne Rooney situation still unresolved, a healthy van Persie will be needed by United to contend for the league title. Loser: The Dutch Superstars Lintao Zhang/Getty Images With a star-studded attacking trio of Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben and Rafael van der Vaart, one would have expected more chances being created. However, all three struggled to find any rhythm in the match and failed to help their side build on its early lead. Winner: Joao Pereira Alex Livesey/Getty Images The Valencia right-back had a strong match, not only shutting down Arjen Robben on his side of the field, but also attacking out of the back.
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Mexico drug lord?s release after 1984 murders painful for victims? relatives

"It's time to use all of our energy resources to move forward and transform Mexico." Pena Nieto's administration offered virtually no details about how it envisioned private participation, and Energy Secretary Pedro Joaquin Coldwell refused to specify the maximum percentage of profits that could be shared. The apparent vagueness of the proposal caused uneasiness. "This has to be carefully studied to see what they mean with this, and what percentage of the profits they would share," said Jesus Zambrano, leader of the leftist Democratic Revolution Party. "This kind of talk is the kind of thing they use when they want to pull the wool over our eyes." Mexico's oil fields are drying up and Pemex lacks the equipment to explore for new reserves in deep water or to extract shale gas. Production has plunged about 25 percent over the last decade, and a country that was once a significant oil power could become a net energy importer in a few years unless new production is brought online. Mexico produces about 2.5 million barrels a day, Pena Nieto said, placing the country among the world's top 10 producers, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
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He could not confirm if there were deaths or injuries in the offensive. The once-powerful Gulf Cartel still controls most of the cocaine and marijuana trafficking through the Matamoros corridor across the border from Brownsville, Texas, and has an international reach into Central America and beyond. But the cartel has been plagued by infighting since Costillas arrest, while also being under attack in its home territory by its former security arm, the Zetas. In the Gulf succession fight, Ramirez and rival Michael Villarreal, known as Gringo Mike, have http://cristobaljphj.unblog.fr/2013/08/05/policia-zapatos-izquierdos-del-rosa-de-pensilvania-ladron-huyo-en-bicicleta-de-neon/ been at odds, according to U.S. law enforcement, and the cartel divided into two major factions of those loyal to Costilla and those loyal to former boss Osiel Cardenas Guillen, who was arrested in 2003 and extradited to the U.S. in 2007, where he is serving a 25-year prison sentence. The split is blamed for much of the violence in the border city of Reynosa across from McAllen, Texas, where there have been regular, public shootouts between Gulf factions and authorities in the last six months.
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I just never imagined that this would happen, that Caro Quintero would be walking around free at the age of 60, said journalist John Clay Walkers widow, Eve, who lives in Atlanta. Theres probably not been a day in the last 30 years that I havent missed my husband and wished that he was here to see the girls grow up. It was tough to do it alone but I kind of had the consolation of knowing that the responsible people were in prison and that they would stay there. The systematic killing of seven Americans in three months stands out even in the long and bloody history of the U.S.-backed effort to quash Mexican drug trafficking. Tens Chiriqui of thousands of Mexicans have died, and dozens of Americans have been killed in cartel-related violence, often because of ties visit the site to people involved in drug trafficking. But assassinating U.S. law-enforcement agents remains a taboo for most Mexican organized crime, as does the deliberate targeting of Americans with no ties to the drug war. Walker was 37 when, according to some witnesses, he and his friend Alberto Radelat, a dentist from Fort Worth, Texas, walked into The Lobster, a high-end Guadalajara seafood restaurant where Caro Quintero and his companions were holding a private party.
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23 Bodies Found in Conflict Area in Western Mexico

The government of President Enrique Pena Nieto sent thousands of troops and federal police to the area in May to regain control of the state. While residents initially cheered the arrival and some self-defense groups agreed to put down their arms, the calm was short-lived. Even as the government claims that killings across Mexico are down, it has struggled to come up with an effective strategy for Michoacan and neighboring Guerrero state, an area known as the Tierra Caliente, or Hot Land, for its climate. The government response so far has mirrored that of Pena Nieto's predecessor, Felipe Calderon, who started his drug offensive as president by sending troops to Michoacan in 2006, and periodically thereafter, with little result. The Knights Templar launched a coordinated attack on federal police in Michoacan last month, killing at least four officers and wounding at least five more.
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Mexico tourism more info GDP up 2.1 pct in 1st quarter of 2013

The US had placed a $5 million bounty on his head, believing him responsible for major flows of drugs into the country. By News Wires (text) Mexican security forces on Saturday caught the leader of the cocaine-trafficking Gulf Cartel, the second major gang boss capture in just over a month as President Enrique Pena Nieto fights cartel violence. Mario Ramirez Trevino, known as X-20 or The Bald One, was captured in Mexicos northern Tamaulipas state on Saturday morning, according to a government statement. The government said it would give more information about Ramirez capture at a news conference on Sunday. Ramirez had not long been the leader of the Gulf Cartel, whose former boss Jorge Costilla, alias El Coss, was caught in September.
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Mexico arrests key drug cartel boss

EFE/File Mexico City, Aug 17 (EFE).- The Mexican tourism sector's gross domestic product rose 2.1 percent in the first quarter of 2013 relative to the same three-month period of last year, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, or INEGI, said. The agency, which did not provide accumulated figures for the year, said the increase was due to higher demand for tourist services. Between Panama January and March, foreign and domestic tourism consumption in Mexico climbed 2.2 percent compared to the same period of 2012, INEGI said in a statement. By components, domestic tourism consumption rose by 2.7 percent in the first quarter, while expenditures by foreign visitors fell by 0.8 percent in the same period. Output of services offered to domestic and foreign tourists was up 2.8 percent in the first quarter, contributing most to the higher tourism GDP figure.
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New Zealand quake city opens cardboard cathedral

Despite the unusual building material, it has a design life of 50 years, with the Anglican Church planning to use it as a cathedral for at least a decade while it builds (visit site) a permanent replacement for the late 19th-century building lost in the quake. It has a concrete base, with the cardboard tubes forming two sides of the A-frame and containers helping brace the walls. One end of the cathedral will be filled with stained glass and a polycarbon roof will help protect it from the elements. It is the most ambitious piece of "emergency architecture" attempted by Ban, who has forged a reputation for using low-cost, easily available materials to build structures in disaster zones from Rwanda to his native Japan. In an interview with AFP last year, Ban said cardboard was a surprisingly strong building material and described projects such as the cathedral as part of the "social responsibility" of being an architect. The project has not been without setbacks. It was originally slated for completion in November last year and the budget has reportedly increased from NZ$4.5 million ($3.6 million) to around NZ$7.0 million.
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New fitness Zealand May Clip Central Banker?s Wings

Its unclear, though, whether any review took place. New Zealands central bank does have a group of senior bank officials who meet weekly to advise the governor. But the group is expressly not a decision-making committee, according to the central banks website. Members do not vote and minutes are not published. New Zealand has had a sole decision-maker for monetary policy since the 1989 Reserve Bank Act, which gave the bank statutory independence. Don Brash, the first governor under the act, said on his website that he asked the minister responsible for shepherding the legislation why the buck would stop with him. The minister answered, according to Mr. Brash, that it was to ensure the governor would bear sole responsibility for any policy missteps.
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Chinese Kiwis defend New Zealand on social media

FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter said: New Zealand hosted the FIFA U-17 World Cup in 1999 and the FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup in 2008 and enjoys a proud history of successfully hosting FIFA events. Bringing the FIFA U-20 World Cup to this sports-loving country will for sure enhance the image and popularity of the beautiful game in New Zealand. The Host Cities play an essential role in delivering a FIFA competition and I am pleased to see that football fans in cities across the whole country will have the chance to become a part of it. Dave Beeche, CEO of the LOC for FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015, was full of praise for all of the cities that were involved in the bidding process. To have seven stunning venues locked in nearly two years out from the first match gives us a great planning time-frame and well use all of it to ensure that a stand-out event is delivered.
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New Zealand Flight Authority Grants Permit for Piloting Jetpacks

The Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand (CAA) recently granted a permit to the Martin Aircraft company, allowing it to test jetpacks with a pilot at the helm. As reported by view publisher site the New Zealand news show One News, the CAA said that the jet pack "may not be flown more than 20 feet above the ground or 25 feet above water." The CAA added that there are only two uninhabited areas in New Zealand where Martin Aircraft can test its jetpacks. However, those stringent conditions are just for Martin Aircraft to run additional tests. The company is getting ready to debut the jetpack by the end of the year and anticipates that the CAA will be as excited about that as the company is. Peter Coker, the CEO of Martin Aircraft, said that the CAA has been very flexible and accommodating, so far. "We worked very closely with them throughout the testing process," he told ABC News. "They came and watched us do a remote test flight and then gave us the license for a manned test flight." Though the CAA currently places an elevation restriction on how high the jetpack can go, it is capable of much greater heights.
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5 Reasons Why New Zealand Will Win the Rugby Championship

Marlboroughs green-lipped mussels, roast lamb and homemade hokey pokey (vanilla ice cream with honeycomb chunks) are a few local favorites. Restaurants here also offer a relaxed experience. You go into a lot of restaurants here and there is only one sitting a night so youre not rushed through, Anderson says. Youve got the table for the next two to three hours. The country offers quality health care, and there isnt a language barrier as an official language of New Zealand is English. The country has a relatively low crime rate, according to the U.S. State Department. However, American citizens face some big roadblocks if they want to retire in New Zealand.
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FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 Host Cities unveiled

"One company's mistake is costing an entire industry. "Social media is one way brands can communicate directly with consumers, which just may prove essential in a crisis." Inquiry underway Meanwhile, an independent inquiry into the contamination scare, announced by Fonterra's board early this week, is underway. Inquiry Chairman and Fonterra Independent Director Sir Ralph Norris said the first Inquiry Committee meeting held yesterday confirmed terms of reference for the Inquiry. The meeting also noted the appointment by the Fonterra board of a further independent member - Professor Stuart McCutcheon, Vice Chancellor of the University of Auckland - who will join the Committee. Professor McCutcheon joins retired High Court Judge Dame Judith Potter as the two independent members on the committee, alongside visit this page five Fonterra Directors, and Chapman Tripp QC, Jack Hodder, who is undertaking a review of events for the committee.
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Retire Here, Not There: New Zealand

The All Blacks start the tournament as most observers' favorites, and here are five reasons why. All Blacks Captain Richie McCaw Is Back Richie McCaw Hannah Johnston/Getty Images New Zealand's favorite son Richie McCaw is back to lead the side following a six-month sabbatical to rest his weary bones and recharge the batteries. McCaw last played for the All Blacks nearly nine months ago and decided the break was needed following the demands of leading his side to World Cup glory, victory in last year's tournament and their autumn tour to Europe. At 32, some might question whether McCaw will prove to be the towering figure of the past, but those who have observed him closely know that he is likely to be every bit as good as before. He has proved his ability to hit the ground running after injury-enforced layoffs before, and his experience and professionalism will guarantee his preparation is spot on. New Zealand's Record and Schedule New Zealand Sandra Mu/Getty Images The All Blacks have lost just one of 17 Tests since winning the 2011 Rugby World Cup, winning 15 and drawing the other one. They were unbeaten in last year's Rugby Championship and have a schedule this year that favors them.
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