During his Senate confirmation hearing, Gorsuch declined to answer about whether Roe v. Wade and other important court precedents were properly decided. Trump described Gorsuch as a man who, like the late Justice Antonin Scalia, will be a "devoted servant of the law". Like Scalia, Gorsuch is a gifted writer with a flair for turning legal jargon into plain language people can understand.
Cairo- Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi declared in a televised statement on Sunday evening a three-month state of emergency in the Arab country. Sunday's attacks on churches in Tanta and Alexandria killed at least 48 people and left at least 90 injured. IS claimed the attacks via its Aamaq news agency, after recently warning that it would step up violence against Egypt's Christians.
Tennessee Highway Patrol kicked off its "Thumbs Down" campaign with sheriff's deputies and police officers boarding a bus at the Tennessee Highway Safety Office. "Teenagers are being taught from the beginning not to use their phones and adults think our experience as being a driver allows us to have more freedom".
Demonstrations in several South African cities on Friday called for the removal of President Jacob Zuma. The Fitch agency cited political uncertainty as a factor in its decision to downgrade South Africa's credit rating to below investment grade, days after Standard & Poor's did the same.
He said on Twitter last week that negotiations would be "difficult" due to United States manufacturing job losses he blames on China and the yawning trade deficit between the countries. Trump could be seen chatting and gesturing to Xi, who did the same. What was billed as a showdown between the leaders of the United States and China over trade and North Korea ended with little sign of confrontation or concrete progress in resolving their differences.
US forces fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian military air base which American officials believe was used to carry out the deadly chemical attack on Tuesday. Our teams are constantly providing help with border support, camps. food and shelter". The organisation has plans to train rescue workers and others on how to protect themselves in the event of similar attacks in the future.
Given this, the United States attack on Syria last week in retaliation for what it said was a chemical weapons attack by Assad's forces on Syrian civilians confounded many diplomats. More than 320,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict erupted in March 2011 with anti-government demonstrations. Russia was kicked out of the club of industrialized nations, formerly the G-8, after its 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region and assistance for pro-Russian separatists in ...
Officals are not releasing names or ages at this time. "Two adults are deceased in a classroom", the chief said in a Twitter post, adding, "There are two wounded, possible students", who were taken to hospitals. Two youngsters wounded in the shooting were not thought to have been deliberately targeted by the attacker but were hit because they were behind the woman.
Berenson became the fourth collegiate ice hockey coach to record 800 career victories, reaching the milestone with a 7-5 win vs. Minnesota on January 10, 2015. The Wolverines' program has fallen off a bit in recent seasons, making the NCAA Tournament just once over the last five seasons. His teams also made 11 Frozen Fours, including a loss in the 2011 championship game, and produced 73 future National Hockey League players.
Tensions escalated further over the past year, when the GOP majority in the Senate refused to hold hearings for then-President Barack Obama's pick to succeed Scalia, Judge Merrick Garland. Now McConnell, R-Ky., can take credit for allowing Trump to put a young conservative on the court for life, even though it took changing Senate rules to do it.
Police patrol a pedestrian mall in Stockholm on April 8, 2017, the day after a hijacked truck plunged into a crowd in a pedestrian shopping area. The suspect had also been due to be expelled from Sweden after his residency application was rejected previous year.
Signaling the focus of talks that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is set to have in Moscow this week, officials said that Russian Federation, in propping up Syrian President Bashar Assad, bears at least partial responsibility for Wednesday's chemical attack on villagers in Idlib province.
Others pointed out that the fact that North Korea already has nuclear capabilities and the potential threat to USA allies South Korea and Japan make it unlikely that Washington would risk military action. Jack Keane told Sean Hannity on Fox News . The U.S. Congress is divided over Thursday's missile strike at Syria ordered by President Donald Trump, with some lawmakers voicing strong support while others questioning its constitutionality.
Two students shot in the classroom are in critical condition, according to The Associated Press , after being airlifted from the scene. The suspected gunman, 53-year-old Cedric Anderson, of Riverside, shot his wife, 53-year-old Karen Elaine Smith.
With a wink to the millions in settlements paid out to several women who accused O'Reilly of sexual harassment on the set of the show, O'Reilly went to his increasingly limited pool of sponsors - dog cocaine and horse aphrodisiac among them - before introducing his most vocal defender in Trump .
US investment bank Citigroup said on Monday it had changed its baseline, or most probable, scenario for the French presidential election to a win for centrist Emmanuel Macron, compared to its earlier forecast of a victory for conservative Francois Fillon.
A USA carrier group, including the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson , shown here, departed Singapore on Saturday, April 8, towards the Korean Peninsula, according to a Navy news release. President Donald Trump's order to strike a Syrian air base on Thursday. The US Navy strike group Carl Vinson cancelled a planned trip to Australia this weekend to head to the region in a show of force against growing threats from the North.
The US on Friday fired dozens of cruise missiles at Shayran air base in Homs from which it said a deadly chemical weapons attack was launched this week. The Syrian National Coalition of Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, that reported the attack, as well as a number of Western states, blamed the Syrian government troops for the attack, while Damascus has refuted these allegations, with a Syrian army source telling Sputnik that the army did not posses chemical weapons.
Their comments highlight the degree to which questions remain about the nature of United States policy in Syria after President Donald Trump authorised missile strikes against a government air base believed to have been involved in the deployment of chemical weapons against civilians last week.
US President Donald Trump condemned the attack and said in a tweet that he had "great confidence" that Sisi "will handle the situation properly". Egypt's Cabinet approved the measure - which allows authorities to make arrests without warrants and search people's homes - and explained the reasons for the imposition of emergency.
Still, the bill was passed in both the House and Senate last week, with Republicans voting to overturn the regulations. Republican FCC commissioners also seem happy with the repeal as they said that the Obama rules would have given an unfair ability to websites to harvest more data than the IPs, reported the publication.
Netanyahu, appearing by video at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's annual conference, said he'd had an "exceptionally warm" meeting with President Donald Trump last month. Netanyahu heaped praise on Trump, who has set a more positive tone with Israel than his Democratic predecessor, Barack Obama. During his campaign, Trump promised Netanyahu that he would recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel's undivided capital.
The story of the game ended up being the referees. That pushed the lead to five with 12 seconds left in a physical battle with plenty of whistles. Karnowski finished with four fouls in 29 minutes while Collins fouled out in the second half after 14 minutes of action.
The announcement follows a loss to the Edmonton Oilers Sunday night, capping off a dismal season that had the Canucks finish second last in the league. During his time in Vancouver, Desjardins' deployment of aging superstar twins Henrik and Daniel Sedin , along with host of other players, was a lightning rod for criticism.
He said: "We deplore Russia's continued defence of the Assad regime even after the chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians". "It crossed a lot of lines for me". "Let me stress that it is well known that those weapons have been used and stockpiled in many parts of Syria by terrorist armed organisations in cooperation or rather with a wink and a nudge by some ruling regimes in the region and outside, including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and some European states", Mounzer said.
Malala is a Pakistani activist for female education. In 2014, she was named as co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, the youngest ever laureate. The 19-year-old, who is doing her A-levels and has an offer from a top United Kingdom university, will take the role with a special focus on girls' education.
Directly following the USA airstrikes, Pelosi responded with condemnation of the Syrian government's chemical and other attacks on its own people. Republicans, however, who controlled Congress then as they do now, were adamant that Obama should not act without their approval, Obama aides said.
Gibraltar - a three-mile long headland with a population of 32,000 people - is a British Overseas Territory whose residents remain fiercely loyal to Britain but whose sovereignty is claimed by Spain. The naval vessel Infanta Cristina was told to leave the area after being intercepted by the Royal Navy Unit stationed at the British overseas territory .
At their meeting on Thursday Ms May and Mr Tusk talked further over the draft guidelines set out after the United Kingdom triggered Article 50, which will now be cemented into a Brexit negotiating mandate for Michel Barnier at a meeting of the European Council on April 29.
Some of those on the streets said they are now backing the opposition Democratic Alliance party led by Mmusi Maimane. Even Durban, the capital of the president's home province and a city considered staunchly pro-Zuma, saw thousands of people marching for change.
CONCACAF has not hosted the World Cup since the tournament was played at nine USA venues in 1994, and the region appears to be the leading contender for 2026, when soccer's premier event expands from 32 nations to 48. However, the vote will take place in 2020. The CONCACAF countries confirmed their plan to bring the tournament to North America at a press conference at One World Trade Centre in NY.
The regional alliance said the US cruise missile strikes on a Syrian base which Washington said was involved in a chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians would not deter their forces from "liberating" all of Syrian territory. He argued it would be best for US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to deliver a "clear and coordinated message" to the Russians during his own visit to Moscow later in the week.
At risk could be millions of federal dollars flowing into the city government. Other governments have sued Trump over the sanctuary issue. Meanwhile, municipal leaders gathered in NY vowed to defy Trump's crackdown as they gathered for a small conference that attracted officials from cities including San Francisco , Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia and NY.
Madden said police received reports of the shooting at the school shortly before 10:30 a.m., and officers responded within minutes. The San Bernardino County Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said he believed the situation was a murder-suicide.
Coptic Christians account for the majority of Christians in Egypt , and the community has been the target of sectarian violence over the years, according to CNN . Egypt's Christian minority has often been targeted by Islamist militants. Part of North Sinai, where ISIL's Egyptian affiliate is based, is still under a state of emergency.