Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Log In Log In Today’s Paper U.S. | Who Could Replace John Bolton? Advertisement Supported by President Trump is on the hunt for the fourth national security adviser of his presidency. Here is a short list of possibilities. ByKatie Rogers Sept. 10, 2019, 7:52 p.m. ET President Trump on Tuesday announced the departure of John R. Bolton as his national security adviser, the third person to hold the job since the beginning of the Trump administration. Though the White House has said Mr. Bolton’s current deputy, Charles M. Kupperman, will take over in the interim, Mr. Trump has said he will announce a successor next week. A guessing game immediately began among the president’s formal and informal advisers about who still left in the president’s orbit might get the job. The expanding list of possibilities, generated by those hoping to … [Read more...] about Who Could Replace John Bolton?
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When I stuck my head out of a third-floor window for a look at the gutter last week, the problem was obvious. It was a sunny day, yet the gutter brimmed with about four inches of standing water, mixed with rotting foliage. It seemed only a matter of time before water would infiltrate the house again. Seaman had paid almost $50,000 for a list of exterior improvements, including repairing stairs and porches, replacing windows and siding, painting, and a new gutter. But every time it rains heavily, she said, water gushes over the top of the gutter. She showed me a 10-second video to prove it. “I paid for a functioning gutter, but I didn’t get one,” she said. “Instead, one problem got replaced with another one.” Collecting and diverting rain water isn’t always simple, especially on a 19th-century house that includes a curved turret and other period design features. But the immediate issue Seaman faced was one familiar to many homeowners: getting … [Read more...] about A gutter still gushes water after it was replaced
By Drew Costley, SFGATE Published 4:30 pm PDT, Sunday, March 31, 2019 FILE – Hector Hernandez of Auto Glass Now San Francisco, vacuums up the broken glass as he prepares to replace the rear window of a vehicle that was smashed to pieces during a burglary on Jan. 25, 2018. Because of the prevalence of smash-and-grabs in San Francisco, there are tons of car window replacement shops in the city. We asked Yelp for their top rated auto glass replacement and repair places in San Francisco. Click or swipe through to see who ranked in the top 15. >>> less FILE – Hector Hernandez of Auto Glass Now San Francisco, vacuums up the broken glass as he prepares to replace the rear window of a vehicle that was smashed to pieces during a burglary on Jan. 25, 2018. ... more Photo: Michael Macor / The Chronicle / / … [Read more...] about The best places to get your car window replaced after a break-in in San Francisco, according to Yelp
1 of 3 View 3 Items Kristin Murphy, Deseret News FILE - Sen. Stuart Adams, R-Layton, talks about SB 171, which he sponsored, at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. Related Links Utah's partial plan discarded as voters opt for full Medicaid expansion Medicaid expansion proposal getting thumbs up from Utah voters SALT LAKE CITY — The voter-approved ballot initiative expanding Medicaid coverage to some 150,000 low-income Utahns would be repealed and replaced by a more limited plan under a bill being drafted for the 2019 Legislature. "We're going to make the program work within the money the proposition provided," the bill's sponsor, Sen. Allen Christensen, R-North Ogden, told the Deseret News Tuesday. He said the funding provided by Proposition 3 falls short. It raises the state's 4.7 percent sales tax rate 0.15 percent in April — money that's expected to bring $800 million in federal matching funds to the … [Read more...] about Bill would repeal, replace Medicaid expansion initiative approved by Utah voters
By Teri Sforza | PUBLISHED: December 28, 2018 at 4:44 am | UPDATED: December 28, 2018 at 7:51 am It was time for the newborn’s morphine. Neonatal intensive care nurse Jeri Gibbons placed a dropper between his tiny lips and squeezed the clear liquid — often used to relieve cancer pain — directly into his mouth. His thin arms shot out, grasping at empty air — searching, perhaps, for the mother who was not there, who would likely never be there. “You’re doing fine,” Gibbons whispered to the infant, swaddling him tightly in a blanket, as is recommended for babies experiencing drug withdrawal. His mother, a young heroin addict, received no prenatal care. She gave birth in September and left the hospital a day later. There was a comfy chair near the newborn’s bassinet in the Riverside University Health System Medical Center’s neonatal intensive care unit — a chair where moms are encouraged to stay 24/7, to curl up, breastfeed … [Read more...] about Born on drugs: Babies from addicted moms are increasing at an alarming rate in California