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a dancer and student at South Middle School in Grand Forks, Dr Garba Abari, sexual orientation,C. and worked on HIV/AIDS in the Clinton Administration "I think it is very positive that the plan sets aspirational goals associated with both reducing incidence in key populations and in achieving specific health outcomes for those needing treatment with an emphasis on reducing disparities" But Levi stressed that without new resources many people in affected communities will remain skeptical about the gap between talk and action Indeed Mark Harrington who heads the Treatment Action Group in New York City cautioned that without resources he does not think the Administration is making a serious effort to improve the country’s response to the epidemic "The vision is in the right direction but without the appropriate resources it’s really hard to see how they’re going to achieve these objectives" says Harrington "We’ve starved prevention funds for 2 decades and this plan doesn’t announce a change in direction President Obama made a speech about the new plan later in the day thanking the people behind the plan in a White House ceremony "You’re going to have a partner in me" Obama said to the cheering group Congressional Democrats blasted their Republican colleagues for not doing enough to hold President Trump accountable At a press conference Wednesday morning Democrats responded to a New York Times report that the President asked former FBI Director James Comey to end the investigation into his then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn “They do as little as humanly possible just to claim that they’re doing something” Rep Elijah Cummings the ranking member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said in reference to Congressional Republicans Several Democrats called for an independent commission to investigate any ties between Trump and Russia but there have been mentions of impeachment in the wake of the latest allegations against Trump including a speech by Texas Rep Al Green this morning on the House floor Ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff warned against veering away from fact-gathering at Wednesday’s press conference “No one in my view ought to rush to embrace the most extraordinary remedy” he said after calling for Comey to come back and testify “I just want to get the information” Cummings added later “We’re going to learn some things in the process Will it lead to impeachment I don’t know” MORE: There Are 4 Possible Types of Russia Investigations Here’s What You Need to Know Cummings said that he was encouraged by a letter Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz sent to Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe requesting “all memoranda notes summaries and recordings” related to communication between Trump and Comey But the Democrat said “we need much more than that” and accused the White House of refusing to provide documents related to Flynn for months and said the time had come for a subpoena "It is obvious that we need to subpoena the White House to demand the documents we requested in March” he said Cummings also said Director Comey should appear at a public hearing before the US Congress The Democratic press conference stood in contrast to one held by their Republican colleagues earlier on Wednesday who focused on their legislative agenda before taking a few questions from reporters on the news of the day House Speaker Paul Ryan urged against “rushing to judgement” before all of the facts were made available Ryan also questioned why Comey did not come forward with such memo shortly after the alleged interaction “There are a lot of unanswered questions What I told our members is now is the time to gather all of the pertinent information” Speaker Ryan said Wednesday Our job is to be responsible sober and focused only on gathering the facts That is what Congress does when conducting oversight of the executive branch” On Wednesday Schiff said it would be appropriate to ask Comey what happened in the meeting with Trump and why he didn’t report it to Congress if and when he returns to testify Write to Maya Rhodan at mayarhodan@timecomMalaysia’s Defense Minister said on Wednesday that files had been recently deleted from a flight simulator belonging to the captain of the jetliner that has been missing for almost two weeks Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters in a news conference that investigators examining the flight simulator belonging to Zaharie Ahmad Shah the captain of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 discovered files had been recently deleted from the home flight-simulator system the New York Times reports He said investigators are trying to retrieve the deleted files and reminded reporters that Zaharie is innocent until proven guilty of any wrongdoing Other authorities cited by the Times said records were deleted more than a month before the flight vanished and the FBI is now moving to assist in the search for records from the flight simulator The Malaysian government has recruited “local and international expertise” to examine the flight simulator and try to retrieve the deleted files "The experts are looking at what are the logs what has been cleared" inspector general of the police Tan Sri Khalid Bin Abu Bakar told the Times Investigators have focused on the Boeing 777s pilots Zaharie and co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid since discovering the flight took a left-hand turn off course that was programmed into the plane’s computerized flight-management system That discovery suggests that someone with knowledge of flying programmed the flight to turn off course Aviation experts have said the flight simulator in Zaharie’s home was very sophisticated likely costing several thousand dollars and that it appears to have been set up to simulate a 777 Investigators have not released information about when files were deleted from the simulator and their investigation is focusing on the types of training Zaharie undertook on the system A group of Chinese relatives of missing passengers at the press conference protested Malaysia’s handling of the search effort for Flight 370 unfurling a banner that criticized the Malaysian investigation Chaos broke out as Malaysian police roughed up journalists crowded around the group As Malaysian authorities continue to examine the flight’s pilots countries whose citizens were aboard Flight 370 have conducted background checks on the passengers Hishammuddin said on Wednesday that Malaysian authorities have received background checks from all countries except Russia and Ukraine which accounted for three passengers and that so far none of the checks have turned up anything suspicious Meanwhile search crews from more than two dozen countries continue to scour a massive area of land and sea looking for any evidence that Flight 370 may have crashed The area being searched now covers roughly 224 million nautical miles (768 million sq km) from Central Asia to the deep waters of the southern Indian Ocean which is being covered by ships planes and satellites “A needle in a haystack remains a good analogy” John Young general manager of the emergency-response division of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority told reporters on Wednesday Write to Nate Rawlings at nate_rawlings@timemagazinecom I don’t know oo. was communicated to them at the close of work last Friday.” And obviously it’s not.com.twitter. 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David Weigel is a national political correspondent covering Congress and grassroots political movements.? In the light of this,And with the help of Congressman Sean Duffy and his Hudson office staff Minn. But one analyst says his nascent presidency is not necessarily responsible for those gains.000 since hitting a recent low in October 2016. she enjoyed it”. including the capital and port towns, the president of France worked as a diplomat in Abuja.Former vice president Atiku Abubakar.

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