With the possible charge of manslaughter now up for consideration, the jury in the trial of Michael Slager will now decide the former North Charleston officer's guilt or innocence for the death of Walter Scott. The video begins about that point, showing Scott breaking away from what Slager said was their confrontation over the Taser. "It's been a long, hard five weeks, and we just continuously believe in God and ask for the continuous prayer of the city, the state and the country", Anthony ...
Mensa urged fans and supporters on social media to stand against the pipeline, which could threaten the water supply of North Dakota's Standing Rock Sioux. The pipeline was originally slated to lie north of Bismarck, North Dakota, in an area that did not cross Native American reservations. But protesters have vowed not to leave.
A local Air Force veteran is packing up supplies and heading to North Dakota to join protests against the hotly-contested Dakota Access Pipeline. The state's latest decision to avoid making spot checks on cars entering the protest site indicates local officials will not actively enforce Monday's emergency order to evacuate the camp issued by Governor Jack Dalrymple, who had cited a coming blizzard.
The fire was exacerbated on Tuesday by what authorities have described as "hurricane-force" winds of up to 87 miles per hour. By late Tuesday night, officials estimated that 15,000 acres had burned during the previous two days at a quick rate.
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, of Wisconsin, is refusing to say whether he voted for Nancy Pelosi to return as House minority leader. " Nancy Pelosi has been a true friend to the House Republicans, helping us achieve the largest majority since the 1920s", said NRCC Communications Director Katie Martin.
Trump is planning to appoint Chao , who served under former President George W. Bush, to the post atop the transportation department on Tuesday afternoon, according to the reports . Chao's ethnicity has made her a target by McConnell's political foes in Kentucky. She updated overtime regulations for "white-collar" workers and rules meant to force unions to disclose more details on their financial condition to members.
United Technologies collects about $5.6 billion in annual revenue from USA government contracts, according to company filings, which is equal to about 10% of its overall revenue. IN is home to some glaring examples. United Technologies has also planned to shutter a plant in Huntington, Ind., and transfer 700 jobs south of the border.
A national "Fight for $15" protest November 29, that had many taking to the streets, found many commenting on Twitter as well. KSDK-TV reporter Casey Nolen tweeted that roughly two dozen protesters were arrested for blocking Hampton Avenue.
However, because the vote will be held on a secret ballot , there is a though that the vote could be a lot closer than what is expected. The Democrats' difficulties can be seen elsewhere on Capitol Hill as well. The leadership vote revealed fractures in a House of Representatives Democratic caucus that's struggled to win seats as it becomes increasingly liberal and coastal, with the last white Democrat from the Deep South defeated in 2014 and the group of "blue dog" conservative/centrists ...
After five week's of trial, Savage closed by asking the jury to question the message that would be sent to other officers if Slager is convicted of murder. As Mr. Slager reached for his radio, he claims Mr. Scott was able to pull the Taser from his hands and use the weapon against him. Slager is the white former North Charleston patrolman who repeatedly shot Walter Scott in the back a year ago as the unarmed black motorist tried to run from a traffic stop.
Haley, an outspoken Trump critic throughout much of the presidential race, would become his first female - and first minority - Cabinet-level official if confirmed by the Senate. Ms Haley now resides in the Governor's Mansion in Columbia, South Carolina, with her husband Michael, her daughter Rena, her son Nalin and their dog Bentley.
State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson called the shooting "horrific", but said there was "an enormous police presence" in the area when it occurred. The two shooters are still on the loose after the fight and shootout that happened on Bourbon Street near Iberville Sunday morning. Officers arrived at the scene and found nine victims with gunshot wounds of varying severity.
The shooting victims' ages ranged from 20 to 37. Victims included two women and eight men. Police say a man shot a bouncer after a fight at a nightclub. 27, 2016, in New Orleans . "This place is a crime scene", one officer said. New Orleans Police Superintendent Michael Harrison commented on the tragedy , per CNN .
Sandra Pavelka, vice-president of FGCU's faculty senate, said Tuesday. A March evaluation said Horujko dealt professionally with the university community and made sound decisions despite being a new officer. The top Democrat on the U.S. House Intelligence Committee says it seems clear that the attacker at Ohio State University had been radicalized online.
A formal protest was filed with the Bladen County Board of Elections to challenge several hundred absentee ballots, alleged to be fraudulent on Tuesday. "Any claims of "malfeasance" are nothing more than a desperate attempt by the McCrory campaign to overturn results of an election they have lost". The governor trails Democrat Roy Cooper by about 5,000 votes now.
Investigators said they each had multiple stab wounds and had been dismembered. The suspect attended LSU until past year. The bodies were dismembered and some of the remains were placed in an acid-based solution, authorities said. He lived in Baton Rouge, where he attended college, but had been visiting his parents over the Thanksgiving weekend, MacLean said. MacLean said that signs in the house indicate that his parents put up a struggle.
Phone numbers for Papini and some of her family rang through Friday. The Shasta County Sheriff's Office listed Papini as a missing person who was at risk and search-and-rescue teams conducted both ground and aerial searches throughout the area, authorities said in a news release at the time.
There is no enforcement mechanism. "It's very clear in the Constitution that they'll have to deal with that and wrestle with that, but we as Americans need to understand, and Trump needs to understand, that a ruling by the Supreme Court is not settled law".
If it's burned again, it should be flown again. Click inside for more reactions from celebrities... Just three weeks after winning the election, Donald Trump tweeted a terrifying proposal for American flag burners to have their citizenship revoked.
Stein's campaign expressed disappointment that the state would give counties the option of a hand recount or a machine recount, but said it would press ahead nonetheless. Twelve counties (Dunn, Forest, Green, Kewaunee, Milwaukee, Outagamie, Pepin, Racine, Rock, Sheboygan, Vilas and Waukesha) are doing recounts entirely by feeding ballots into an optical scanner, constituting 36 percent of ballots.
Thomas Simons, money market economist with the Jefferies in NY, characterized the plans as containing "a lot of things that sound good" but offered few details about how they will be executed. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross talks with reporters in the lobby of Trump Tower, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, in NY. Mnuchin says he and Ross are joining Trump's Cabinet, pending confirmation by the Senate.
In Ider, Alabama, four children and several adults were injured when a tornado flattened a daycare center, the National Weather Service said. Tornado warnings were also issued for two storms in north central MS, one northeast of Grenada and one moving east from Vaiden.
For about a half hour, officials took questions from the press and discussed the ongoing investigation of Abdul Razak Ali Artan. "We only believe he may have been inspired" by the group and Anwar al-Awlaki, an American-born cleric who took a leadership role in al-Qaida before being killed in 2011, said Angela Byers , an FBI agent leading the investigation.
President-elect Donald Trump is poised to offer the position of commerce secretary to the head of a private-equity firm, Wilbur Ross. Readers may recall how in May state lawmakers voted to override Haley's veto of providing $40 million in aid to SC farmers following the October 2015 floods.
Supporters said the 76-year-old Ms Pelosi was their best bet to confront Donald Trump from a defensive crouch in the minority after Democrats picked up only half a dozen seats in the House, far fewer than anticipated. The party's new leaders will be chosen in a private meeting using secret ballots Wednesday, after current leaders made a decision to to push back the voting amid rumblings from some members that a pause and possibly a new leadership could be good for their caucus.
A 35-year-old woman was arrested on Monday on suspicion of helping Chavez to escape, the Mercury News reported. A tip led authorities there, Neusel said, and some of $20,000 reward money will be shared with the person or people who helped the sheriff's office, he said.
Numerous neighbors are still in shock, hopeful the woman will soon be found. Rachel Madison, 44, had been reported missing by her aunt after she didn't return from her run on the beach November 27. "We know generally that in the past [Jarvis] has been drawn to state parks and 24-hour businesses, like gas stations, but there are a lot of those between in and elsewhere".
The Standing Rock Sioux tribe has opposed the project since its proposal in 2014. On Friday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers delivered a letter to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe stating that protesters will no longer be allowed in a portion of "Corps-managed federal property north of the Cannonball River " starting December 5.
He was jailed on $107,500 bail for a court appearance November 29 on charges that also included reckless driving and reckless endangerment. The driver of a school bus which crashed and killed five children in Chattanooga, Tennessee allegedly asked the children on board "are y'all ready to die?" before the collision, according to reports on Wednesday (23 November).
Artan was shot and killed by a local policeman about a minute into the morning attack, officials said . Artan drove a vehicle up onto a sidewalk and plowed into a group of pedestrians shortly before 10 a.m. "It's the media that put that picture in their heads so they're just going to have it and it, it's going to make them feel uncomfortable", he is quoted as saying in the profile.
Many buildings in Gatlinburg have been burned to their foundations, and hotel fire alarms echoed through empty streets lined with burned-out cars. Strong winds pushed the fires from the mountains into the more-inhabited areas Monday afternoon, destroying the homes and businesses in the Gatlinburg area, officials said .
Stein _ who received just a tiny piece of the national vote _ also plans to ask for a recount in MI on Wednesday. "It's important if [Stein's] going to bring that, that the Clinton campaign be there". Their analysis showed Clinton could have lost up to 30,000 votes, a figure that would have caused her to win the state. And different counties have different deadlines - in fact, the Jill Stein campaign has said that some of the deadlines might already have passed in a few of the precincts.
Ryan's argument hinges largely on the message that Pelosi and her top deputies - all in their 70s, all hailing from coastal states - are out of touch with rural middle-class voters, including the Rust Belt workers Ryan represents in his Youngstown district.
Civilians were also fleeing south to the remaining rebel-held districts with little more than the clothes they wore, an AFP correspondent said. The Russian Defense Ministry also said Syrian government troops had pushed the rebels from Qadisia which it described as the "key neighborhood of eastern Aleppo ".
Dalrymple on Monday issued a "mandatory evacuation" for the camp "to safeguard against harsh winter conditions". With a winter storm raging outside the press conference at the Prairie Knights Casino on the Standing Rock Reservation, Young says she is not concerned about the threat, adding "we have lived for generations in this kind of setting and we have survived".