Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said the Senate would act on it this month. Obama said in a formal letter of request that the money was needed to “address this urgent humanitarian situation.” But Senate Democrats voiced skepticism about other changes the White House has said it wants that would send the minors back to Central America more quickly, partly by limiting their existing rights to court hearings. Those proposals, which are not part of Tuesday’s request, have infuriated immigrant advocates who say they would result in harsher treatment of kids and eliminate their legal protections. 10 Things to Know for Wednesday Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday: 1. ISRAEL LAUNCHES LARGEST OFFENSIVE IN GAZA IN TWO YEARS The Israeli military carries out an aerial assault on Palestinian targets, killing 25 people while Gaza militants fire rockets at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Hopes for east Ukraine peace talks look slim as rebels reject gov conditions DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) – Ukraine’s government took an increasingly aggressive stance Tuesday toward the pro-Russia separatists, vowing to expunge them from their reduced area of control and imposing new conditions before peace talks can restart. But as the military moves to encircle the rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, the government also said it would stop using the air and artillery strikes that drove the rebels from other towns so as to avoid terrorizing civilians. Ukraine has displayed growing confidence in recent days after driving the insurgents from Slovyansk, a city that had been the heart of the armed resistance since mid-April.
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Girl, 11, uses life-saving CPR skills on grandmother having hear – FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports
“They were, like, surprised, Kendall said. I saw their eyes, like, open wide.” Doctors say that Lovato suffered a major heart attack, and CPR saved her life. “When the paramedics got there, they had to restart her heart four times, and if it wasn’t for her, the paramedics – the paramedics and the fire department said there’s no possible way she would’ve made it,” Art Stilwell, Kendall’s father, said. Kendall’s family says they can’t believe she didn’t panic and were surprised to learn she even knew CPR. “My Nana, she taught me when I was little just in case it happened to my Papa,” Kendall said. The 72-year-old never thought she would be the one in need of those life-saving skills. “She’s the biggest hero there is,” Lovato said.
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