For those of you who weren't watching, Franken was specifically talking about the case of TransAm Trucking v. Dept. of Labor , commonly referred to these days as the "Frozen Truck Driver Case". He contended the company acted lawfully, offering the trucker the option to "refuse to operate the vehicle" while he waited for help. Gorsuch dissented in the decision: "It might be fair to ask whether TransAm's decision was a wise or kind one", he wrote.
Picking up the threads after Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar asked the members to maintain decorum in the Houses, Modi said the members need not be requested (to be present in the Houses); it was their duty. Talking to reporters after the meeting, Ananth Kumar said Modi also laid out a road map for the party as it gears up to celebrate its foundation day on April 6 and Dalit icon B R Ambedkar's birth anniversary on April 14.
But beyond that, a lot of things are unclear. Details about US persons associated with the incoming administration, details with little or no apparent foreign intelligence value, were widely disseminated in intelligence community reporting.
National disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said the quake was felt strongly in the capital Denpasar for five seconds. "Woke us up. Bed shaking, windows rattling". The situation returned to normal after people were informed by text message that no tsunami was triggered by the quake. Indonesia is on the so-called "Pacific Ring of Fire", an arc of fault lines circling the Pacific Basin that is prone to frequent and large earthquakes.
Flynn never had the opportunity to sign Trump's ethics pledge, but he plans to abide by its terms". The vow bars all federal appointees from lobbying their former colleagues for five years after leaving the administration and bans lobbying for a foreign government for life.
At least three people, including a police officer, have been killed, and at least 20 injured, Met Police Acting Deputy Commissioner Mark Rowley told reporters Wednesday. But the SNP says the landscape has changed since Britain made a decision to leave the EU. The UK government has already said it will block the move, and will not enter into any negotiations until after the Brexit process has been completed.
Ukraine said yesterday it had barred Russia's entry for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest from entering the country, prompting a swift rebuke from Moscow, which called the decision a "cynical and inhuman act". Ukraine past year blacklisted 140 Russian performing artists on those grounds. Eurovision rules proscribe political song lyrics, but the annual contest can carry a strong political message.
Joshua Miller (D-Cranston), sponsor of companion measure Senate Bill 420 , said at a press conference said the House bill is sponsored by one-third of House members and the Senate bill by 15 of 38 senators, and that others don't want to support the bill publicly, but have pledged their private support.
Last August, it was revealed that Manafort may have received more than $12 million in illegal payments while working for that campaign. Jason Maloni, a spokesman for Manafort, calls the allegations "baseless" and says they should be "summarily dismissed".
Gen. H.R. McMaster. "We had nothing to do with the wiretap", the prime minister allegedly said , grabbing the president's arm. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi speaks during a meeting with President Donald Trump in the Cabinet Room of the White House, March 20, 2017.
A South Korean passenger ferry that capsized and sank almost three years ago killing more than 300 people has started to be lifted from the water. The sinking, the country's worst maritime disaster, left more than 300 people dead, mostly high school students on a school excursion.
The Associated Press report on Paul Manafort comes amid swirling accusations - and congressional and FBI investigations - of Russian meddling in the US presidential campaign and possible ties between Trump's campaign and Kremlin operatives.
Judiciary Chairman Charles E. Grassley, R-Iowa, set the tone for the day when he asked during the morning session if Gorsuch would have trouble ruling against Trump. But Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin said he was concerned that Gorsuch had gone further than that precedent. Well, he's President Trump's nominee.
However, not all of the projected jobs will be in the United States. The company announced its plans for a hiring spree at its annual shareholders meeting Wednesday. "I think that Starbucks has demonstrated over 40 plus years our unique ability to navigate successfully through lots of cyclical changes in the economy and political administrations", he said.
Sikh Committee of Pakistan chairman Radesh Singh Tony told TOI over phone from Peshawar on Thursday that various Sikh groups had written to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to make provision in the forms printed for the census. He also clarified that Sikhs would be counted as " other " category in the form. It is surprising to know that Ahmadis and Qadianis, who are lesser in number in Pakistan than the Sikh community, are mentioned in the forms but Sikhs are ignored, which is a clear religious ...
Wednesday's event was the first meeting of the coalition since the election of Trump, who has pledged to make the fight against Islamic State a priority. Trump greeted al-Abadi in the Oval Office shortly after FBI Director James Comey said the FBI and Justice Department have no information to substantiate Trump's claims that Obama wiretapped him before the election.
CCTV footage recorded while the thief lifts off female innerwears while the watchman hits him and he escapes. She mentioned in the complaint that the lecturer allegedly kissed her after asking her to keep her bag in his cabin. Kumari told the Times of India: "Our girls have seen him jumping from the compound wall and entering the hostel". On Monday, a CCTV footage of an unknown person roaming in the hostel backyard was also shown to the members of the expert committee on Preventing Sexual ...
Farenthold thinks Trump moved a handful of votes. Those members, which could range from somewhere near a half-a-dozen to more than a dozen, could team up with moderates to sink the legislation even after leaders made those concessions to conservatives.
There has been a collision involving a bus and a auto. The bus and the vehicle were on fire when emergency services arrived. Four passengers on the bus were injured, and were treated for moderate injuries. Other passengers were picked up by other buses that were nearby. They have now confirmed there were two people in the auto, both of whom died, and work was underway to identify them.
Israeli officials have warned of the possibility Hezbollah and Iran could attempt to set up a base to attack Israel near the border with the Israeli Golan Heights. On Monday, the army confirmed that Syria launched a ballistic missile toward Israel. Despite strong geopolitical differences in Syria between the two countries, Israel and Russian Federation have established a working mechanism between their militaries to prevent any possible clashes or incidents.
Trump's spokesman, Sean Spicer , says the US will continue to monitor the situation and update the president. National Front leader Marine Le Pen tweeted her "friendship and support" to the victims, while the center-right Republican presidential candidate Francois Fillon assured the British people of "my support and my solidarity" following the act of "barbarism".
They seized on a unanimous Wednesday Supreme Court ruling that autistic students have the right to an education that lets them reach their full potential, arguing that it rebuked Gorsuch, who ruled in another case that a state need only provide minimal educational progress to disabled students.
Senate Republicans appear convinced that the reconciliation process, which is created to deal strictly with budgetary matters, can't be used to repeal non-budgetary provisions like regulations; that's why Ryan and Trump have been talking up a "three stage" process to repeal - first the House bill passes, then Tom Price uses his HHS authority to lift O-Care regulations, and then a second bill will be introduced to allow insurers to sell plans across state lines.
The papers purportedly reveal that Mr Manafort's US-based consulting firm invoiced a company registered in the tax haven of Belize for the sale of $750,000 in computer equipment on October 14th, 2009. But he denies receiving any cash payments. Mr Manafort, who helped Mr Trump secure the Republican nomination, previously acted as a public relations adviser to Mr Yanukovych - now living in self-imposed exile in Russian Federation - and his Regions Party between 2007 and 2012.
Warren asked her colleagues in the Senate to oppose Gorsuch's nomination in an op-ed in the Boston Globe on Monday , arguing that his elite education and eloquence should not distract from his conservative ideology. The word caught fire as Donald Trump campaigned for president a year ago. "The Democrats on the Senate Judiciary will extend to you a courtesy denied to Judge Garland", said Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).
Trump fired his first national security adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, over his contacts with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, and his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, was forced to recuse himself from oversight of the FBI investigation because of his contacts with Kislyak.
The threat level for worldwide terrorism in the United Kingdom was already listed at severe, meaning an attack is "highly likely". Reporters inside parliament at the time heard loud bangs and shortly afterwards saw the knife-man and the stabbed policeman lying on the ground in a courtyard within the gates of parliament.
Adityanath asked Chief Secretary Rahul Bhatnagar to ensure a proper system for upkeep, maintenance of files and records within a week and to ensure cleanliness in the Shastri Bhavan premises within the period. Other portfolios were distributed among 22 cabinet ministers and nine ministers of state with independent charge. Adityanath also kept the information, housing and urban planning, food and civil supplies, mining, personnel, institutional finance, estate and several other departments ...
Irish president Michael D Higgins and his predecessor Mary McAleese will also be at the requiem mass for the Sinn Fein veteran, as will prime minister Enda Kenny. He also struck up a warm relationship with Queen Elizabeth II, whom he praised for her contribution to peace. "I wish to extend heartfelt condolences to the McGuinness family".
Sky News reported Wednesday evening that the attacker was shot and killed by police, though they did not name Izzadeen as the suspect. Channel 4 journalist Assem Baig later tweeted to confirm the news after speaking to Izzadeen's brother, and the network has now admitted it is not sure who was responsible.
The Scandinavian nation of 5 million, known for its spectacular fjords, reindeer and "Midnight Sun", ranks No. 1 among 155 countries rated for happiness in a United Nations report out Monday. American citizens are reporting less social support, less sense of personal freedom, lower donations and more perceived corruption of government and business.
US President Donald Trump's ex-campaign chair Paul Manafort is facing fresh allegations over his links to former pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. Update: You can trust Paul Manafort , can't you? He denied working in the interests of the Russian government, telling Fox News, "I worked with Oleg Deripaska nearly a decade ago representing him on business and personal matters in countries where he had investments".
The American-led coalition that fought the Iraq war in the early 2000s was blamed and continues to be blamed for the crisis that followed the war, which was attributed to inadequate planning. Wednesday's event was the first meeting of the worldwide coalition since the election of Trump, who has pledged to make the fight against Islamic State a priority.
President Donald Trump urged a crowd in Louisville to support the plan to repeal and replace Obamacare now making it through the U.S. House of Representatives. Trump and Speaker Ryan are trying to wrangle conservative Republicans into voting for a health care bill whose success or failure could shape the future of the administration's legislative agenda.
But as Radar readers know, Comey already opposed Trump's claim last month, asking the Justice Department to reject it. James Clapper took a similar stance, telling NBC that "there was no such wiretap activity" against Trump or his campaign.