He eventually mentioned the position he's aiming, though. "I don't plan on running again, but to say you know what's going to happen in four years I just think is not rational", Biden responded. Biden is the first Roman Catholic Vice President, and has been teetotal since a young age. Biden said , "I learned a long time ago, fate has a odd way of intervening".
Tens of houses, buildings and infrastructure facilities were destroyed by the powerful and shallow quake , the official told Xinhua news agency. The earthquake's magnitude was around 6.5, said CNN, and damaged many homes, mosques and shops in the district of Pidie Jaya.
The Hawks are 1-9 in their last 10 games. And consider that the Raptors are coming off the biggest win in franchise history (128-84 over Atlanta) entering Monday's home game against those very Cavs. We are making shots. Just as important, Rose is completely healthy for the first time in years - playing the first 21 games of the campaign for the first time since 2010-11.
He said he has nothing to say to Pence. "Americans must ignore the pessimism and embrace the optimism that has always been the central ingredient of the American character". James Mattis as his secretary of defense. She says she didn't expect any discussion of jobs. "Now is the time to push for real profound change that restores the full promise of America for all of its people".
Rick Snyder said. The school choice debate has perhaps never been more central to the national conversation than right now. Her efforts were largely focused in her home state of MI, where 80 percent of state charter schools are run by for-profit entities with little transparency around how those schools spend public money, and charter and traditional schools are wasting scarce resources competing for students.
The case will now head back to a lower court to determine what Samsung should pay, USA Today said. The original $930m in damages was cut back after a court ruled that the iPhone's design could only be protected through patents, not trademarks.
None of the dozens of people on board a Pakistan International Airlines aircraft that crashed into a mountain in northern Pakistan on Wednesday survived the accident, the airline's chairman said. The aircraft crashed near Havelian between Majab and Piplian, 70km (43 miles) north of Islamabad , police told Express Tribune. "It is a hilly area and the police are on their way", he said.
Welch, who said he was investigating a conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton running a child sex ring out of a pizza place, fired an assault rifle inside the restaurant on Sunday injuring no one, police and news reports said. Twitter accounts drew connections between Podesta's emails, which were hacked and then published by WikiLeaks, and the pizzeria. Unbeknown to Welch, what he had been reading online were fake news articles about Comet Ping Pong, which have swollen in number over time.
A spokesperson from SoftBank's headquarters in Tokyo would confirm to The Hollywood Reporter only the $50 billion amount and that Son had said the aim was to create 50,000 jobs, but not if there was any new money for the investment. It's led to speculation that Son and Trump's job creation plan may also include a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. A Dow Jones report , however, clarified that the $50 billion is set to come from a $100 billion global investment fund set up in ...
Venezuela also joined Russian Federation and China in voting against the resolution, which was drafted by New Zealand, Egypt and Spain. In the meantime, the regime's forces imposed a siege on the rebel-controlled neighborhood of al-Shaar.
All the victims reportedly live together, officials said. Eight patients were admitted to Sutter Delta Medical Center with probable foodborne illnesses between Friday, Nov. "We will try to post updates from County Health as we are made aware", the statement ended. Attempts to reach Senior Pastor Larry Adams and Phil Hill, the Executive Pastor of the church, which has campuses in both Antioch and Brentwood, were unsuccessful.
Castro's death at the age of 90 was announced on Friday night by his brother, Raul, Cuba's current president. However, Reince Priebus, who will be Trump's chief of staff when he takes office on January 20, said Trump would call for more political freedoms from the Cuban government, and that if he did not get this he would roll back Obama's opening.
Culture and Sport Minister Miri Regev told Israel's Army Radio that the wildfires "a wave of terror" and said "the punishment for the people responsible needs to be harsh". Later, blazes struck the northern Israeli area of Zichron Yaakov and elsewhere near Jerusalem before the largest ones spread across Haifa. Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal.
Will the likes of Judith Collins and Paula Bennett be tempted to seek the role, or will an outsider like Jonathan Coleman come through? The New Zealand dollar fell around a fifth of a United States cent following the news and was last trading around $0.71.
We've rolled back Iran's nuclear program. On the campaign trail, Mr Trump pledged to restore waterboarding - a form of simulated drowning widely regarded as torture - and permit "far, far worse". "I'm not president yet, so I didn't do anything to divide", he said. Obama maintained that avoiding a large-scale invasion in Syria is nonetheless "the smartest decision from a menu of bad options that were available to us".
The latest triennial survey of 15-year-old in OECD countries, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA ), focused on science but also tested math and reading , placing the United States about average in science and reading but below average in math.
The huge undersea quake of 2004 triggered a tsunami that engulfed parts of Aceh and other countries bordering the Indian Ocean, including Sri Lanka and Thailand, killing more than 170,000 people in Indonesia alone. Many residents, jolted by the force of the quake, fled to higher ground for fear of a tsunami but no alert was issued. An quake rocked Indonesia's Aceh province today killing scores of people and sparking a frantic effort to rescue people trapped under collapsed buildings.
By late Friday morning there is the potential for the snow at low elevations near the water to change over to rain, however areas at higher elevations or inland will remain as snow. "The preliminary market analysis for 2017 property assessments indicates significant increases over last year's assessment values", says Jason Grant , assessor for BC Assessment.
They estimate 1.5 million will join by the end of the night, with 500,000 to turn out in other regions. Police put the number of participants in Seoul at 260,000. According to TV footage, farming tractors and trucks are driving in rows, hanging up flags that read "Guarantee stable rice price", "Arrest Park Geun-hye" and "Park Geun-hye, step down".
While U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's conversation with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has made global headlines, late-night U.S. talk show hosts had shown no hesitation in exploiting the story. "The Chinese government and senior officials in the Chinese government are sophisticated enough to understand the complexities of the US political system and they understand that President Obama's ability to set our policy towards this region of the world expires on January 20, and someone else ...
Navy. The bombing of Pearl Harbor took place at 7:55 a.m. Honolulu time on December 7, 1941, famously dubbed "a date which will live in infamy" by U.S. What historical fact do you think of first when remembering the attack on Pearl Harbor? Mr Obama reiterated calls for a nuclear-free world and offered no apology for the atomic bombings, having insisted that he would not revisit decisions made by US President Harry Truman at the close of a brutal war.
The White House has said that they did not believe the reinstatement was necessary. The House of Representatives already had passed the bill to extend the decades-old law allowing the United States to impose sanctions on companies for doing business with Iran.
Ohio Senate President Keith Faber told a local TV station that a new president and the possibility of new Supreme Court justice appointees "change the dynamic" and make the survival of such bills more likely. "Other states have tried this, and the Supreme Courts in two other states... have found this to be unconstitutional ". We need to respect the constitutionally protected right to privacy and honor women's decision making ability.
If confirmed by the Senate, Branstad faces an enormous task mending diplomatic bridges after Trump's many statements during the campaign in which he bashed China for "manipulating" its currency and "taking advantage" of the US and its trade laws.
This week the German chancellor's CDU party is expected to pass a motion proposing a ban on the full-face veil in some areas of public life such as courts, schools and universities and during police checks. So full veiling is not appropriate here . After 46 dry minutes, the first cheer for Merkel in Essen: Full veil should be banned wherever possible, doesn't belong here.
The commander of a joint operations center that oversees the Mosul campaign, Lt. Gen. Abdul-Amir Yarellah, says that soldiers from the 9th Division took over the hospital building in the al-Salam neighborhood on Tuesday. 5, 2016. In the Shaimaa neighborhood of the Iraqi city of Mosul, soldiers and fighters with the so-called "Islamic State" (IS) exchanged heavy gunfire from rooftops on Sunday.
The announcement came less than 48 hours after the UN Security Council adopted its toughest resolution yet on Pyongyang for its nuclear test in September. Treasury said in a statement. "No resolution in NY will likely, tomorrow, persuade Pyongyang to cease its relentless pursuit of nuclear weapons".
James Mattis to be confirmed next year as Donald Trump's secretary of Defense. After arriving more than an hour late due to the rainy weather, Trump praised Mattis as one of the most effective US military leaders in decades "who plays no games".
Under pressure to avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest, Trump announced his plans in a series of tweets but did not explain exactly what he would be doing with his assets. Vice President-elect Mike Pence is expected to join Trump at Cincinnati, CNN reported. Will, as top aide Kellyanne Conway suggested, his adult children own and run the business? The rally was, familiarly, interrupted by protesters, whom Trump mocked as they were escorted out by saying they were going "back home ...
Mattis retired in 2013 after a 41-year career in the Marines that took him from rifleman to Corps commandant to head of the U.S. Central Command. "Normally, I would be concerned about civil-military relationships by having a former senior officer, particularly one so recently in uniform, in that job", Gates told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
Aleppo is being subjected to daily bombings and artillery attacks by the Syrian regime supported by Russian Federation and Iran, they said, adding that hospitals and schools "appear to be the targets of attack in an attempt to wear people down".
She would become the state's first female governor. "You've not just the ambassador to the head of state", Quinn says. Before his nomination was announced, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang called Branstad an " old friend " of China when asked in Beijing about a Bloomberg report on the appointment, although he said China would work with any us ambassador.
Aleppo has for years been divided between the government-held west and rebel-held east, where the army and its allies have made a sweeping advance since last week. Russian Federation and China vetoed the resolution, Venezuela voted against and Angola abstained. Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had slammed the proposed temporary truce as a "provocative step".
Think it started for me when I got a few lay-ups in the beginning, it helped me push higher and harder, said Thompson. "I don't know (if I could have matched it on Monday)". At that point, it was Warriors 114, Pacers 79. The last team to average 120 PPG at the end of the season were the Nuggets in 1984-85. Klay Thompson , a class act both on and off the court.
Speaking to Reuters from Turkey, senior rebel official Zakaria Malahifji said groups fighting in Aleppo told U.S. officials on Saturday they would not leave the city. He said that Moscow and Washington planned talks on the routes and timings of the withdrawal of rebels. The network says the Monday morning airstrikes killed three children.