By Jon Poorman Published 10:27 pm CST, Thursday, January 17, 2019 PHOTOS: See what celebrities showed up for Chris Paul's bowling event in The Woodlands Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets warms up as he prepares to compete in his annual CP3 PBA Celebrity Invitational at Bowlero The Woodlands, Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, in The Woodlands. Browse through the photos above to see who participated in the CP3 PBA Celebrity Invitational on Thursday night ... less PHOTOS: See what celebrities showed up for Chris Paul's bowling event in The Woodlands Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets warms up as he prepares to compete in his annual CP3 PBA Celebrity Invitational at ... more Photo: Jason Fochtman/Staff Photographer Photo: Jason Fochtman/Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 28 Caption Close Image 1 of … [Read more...] about Rockets’ Chris Paul brings out stars for bowling event
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Area voters will head to the polls on Tuesday for a midterm election that could see the balance of power shift toward the left in the U.S. Congress.Pennsylvania, and specifically the suburbs of Philadelphia, will play an important role in the future makeup of the Congress, with several races key to the Democrats' effort to flip the U.S. House. Nationwide, Democrats need a net gain of 23 seats to retake the majority.Suburban women voters, who oppose President Donald Trump in large numbers according to polls, are considered the key voting bloc in the midterms.One thing is for sure: Philly-area voters will be sending a congresswoman (from District 5) and perhaps a second as well (from District 4) to Washington to break up the current all-male congressional delegation from Pennsylvania.RELATED STORY: Pennsylvania Supreme Court unveils new congressional mapThere are other big races in the state, including for governor, and a multitude of contested seats in the state … [Read more...] about 2018 Pennsylvania general election: What you need to know
close Video Key House races shift in Fox Power Rankings 31 midterm contests are now in the 'toss-up' category ahead of November's elections; insight from Chris Stirewalt, Fox News politics editor. here.**FOX NEWS POWER RANKINGS: BEATING THE ODDSDan Arnold, who had his pro debut last week. Arnold made it from University of Wisconsin-Platteville to the pros, and every guy out there busting his hump at a little school thinks that might be him some day.convenient midterms page.)FLORIDA HOUSE DISTRICT 27 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) is retiring Maria Elvira Salazar is a first-time candidate. But after spending decades as a Spanish-language news anchor and reporter, the 56-year-old decided to take a chance on the House seat opening up in her part of Miami. Like many voters in her district, she’s a Cuban American and like Ros-Lehtinen, Salazar is running as a moderate Republican, taking softer lines on issues including firearms, immigration and the environment … [Read more...] about Fox News Power Rankings: Beating the odds
World International Affairs As Russia and the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad increasingly push for refugees to return to their war-torn country, activists and rights groups have warned that many could face harassment, detention, torture and even death. Moscow has urged Western leaders to get on board with a plan to return displaced Syrians to their homeland and contribute to reconstruction costs, citing humanitarian concerns. Thousands have also begun to head back to areas now secured by the government, primarily from neighboring Lebanon which currently hosts about 1.5 million in total. Turkey and Jordan, which combined host about 4 million refugees from Syria and border the country, have also seen sizable numbers return. While Syria’s military, with its allies Russia and Iran, prepare for a final push to remove opposition forces from their last major stronghold in the northwestern Idlib province, Damascus and its allies want to shift the focus … [Read more...] about Russia Wants Refugees to Return to Syria, But Many Fear for Their Safety
ACCRA, Ghana — It had been 12 years since Rita Sarpong went home to Ghana. She’d missed siblings’ weddings, the births of nieces and nephews, even the death of her father, sacrificing time with her own family so that she could help frail, aging Americans stay at home with theirs.Almost up to the moment she boarded the plane, Sarpong was working nearly around the clock. A home health aide, she cared for a 90-year-old retired insurance agent with severe arthritis by day. Then at night, she drove from Newton to Wrentham to look after a woman in her 80s who was prone to falling. Related Links Stranger in the house That made for 104 hours a week of work that was equal parts tedious, stressful, exhausting, and essential. After she reached Logan Airport, dragging three suitcases loaded with gifts for her family — mainly used clothes from her closet — Sarpong collapsed in her seat. For the next nine hours, as food carts rolled by carrying lunch, dinner, … [Read more...] about PIPELINE FROM AFRICA: Recent immigrants do much of the low-paying, back-breaking work of caring for frail Americans at home. Back home, they’re seen as success stories.