Meanwhile, Flynn's offers to testify before the House and Senate Intelligence committees in exchange for immunity remained unanswered. Flynn, who headed the military's top intelligence agency, is a retired lieutenant general and was Trump's national security adviser until he was sacked in February.
Two senior House lawmakers said Tuesday that former national security adviser Michael Flynn may have violated the law by not disclosing payments for foreign work. However, neither Cummings nor Chaffetz said they felt the White House was obstructing their investigation. Flynn has claimed he informed the Defense Intelligence Agency, which he led until his firing in 2014, prior to traveling to Russian Federation.
The statue even has the following written on it: "United States troops took over the state government and reinstates the usurpers but the national election November 1876 recognized white supremacy in the south and gave us our state". A few hours after construction crews began removing a statue meant to recognize "white supremacy in the South", Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced that the city should "truly remember all of our history, not part of it".
She said the US would likely strike if North Korea acquires an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) or attacks a military base, the Telegraph reported . During debates surrounding Syria's civil war, terrorist attacks in Europe and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's into Russian interference in U.S.
There is a long history of public demonstrations in Berkeley, but Chief Greenwood says this time , it's different. Dianne Klein, the University of California's associate vice president for strategic communications and media relations, said in a statement Monday that "the university welcomes speakers of all political viewpoints and is committed to providing a forum to enable Ann Coulter to speak on the Berkeley campus".
NPR's Scott Detrow has been on the road with Sanders and Perez. When Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez's (left) name was brought up at a ME rally it got booed, while Sen. "Our job is to say to Mr. Trump, "Stop scapegoating people". He added a Miami flavor with attacks on Trump for his anti-immigrant rhetoric and told the crowd about his visit to Little Haiti.
Anthony Thomas also filed for divorce on Monday. The two have reportedly been separated since November 9, 2015, when the divorce papers indicate Kimberly Thomas was ordered to have no contact with the children due to her allegedly committing several acts of physical abuse against them.
Mr Trump, who has previously called climate change a hoax invented by the Chinese, promised a raft of policies during his campaign including to undo Obama's climate action plan and defund United Nations climate change work. The remark puts Perry among a small group of Trump advisers who favor sticking with the landmark United Nations agreement, which the president vowed to scrap during his campaign.
Opponents, specifically the Trump administration, contend that local law enforcement endangers public safety by not complying with federal immigration authorities. "Federal funding that bears no meaningful relationship to immigration enforcement can not be threatened merely because a jurisdiction chooses an immigration enforcement strategy of which the President disapproves".
In February, masked agitators shut down a speaking event by Milo Yiannopoulos, a former editor of the conservative Breitbart News site. The University of California-Berkeley cancelled an appearance next week by conservative flame thrower Ann Coulter, after the left-leaning campus couldn't guarantee her safety.
From 1932 until 1993, the monument bore a plaque that said, in part, that the "the national election of November 1876 recognized white supremacy in the South and gave us our state", the city statement said. "This secretive removal under the cloak of darkness, outside of the public bid, masked contractors, and using unidentified money wreaks of atrocious government", the group's president said in a statement .
Pa . In a statement , Facebook said the graphic shooting by a Cleveland man posted to Facebook "goes against our policies and everything we stand for."... "[The employee] said, 'I think that's the guy". Now, more than 100 miles from the shooting, his time on the run was almost up. "It was loud and distinctive", Wheeler said.
NASCAR's most popular driver, said on Tuesday that his abrupt retirement announcement comes from a desire to depart on his own terms. Hendrick Motorsports said in a news release that Earnhardt and his team owner first met to discuss the driver's decision on March 29.
The Shade Tree Committee will be planting a Kwanzan Cherry tree, and the first grade students will read their original haiku poems about trees. Living Lands and Waters donated the trees for the event. This year marks the 145th anniversary of Arbor Day and Santa Monica's 36th year as a Tree City USA, an honor given by the Arbor Day Foundation for Santa Monica's commitment to effective urban forest management.
Cummins was deemed a flight risk by the court after the motion to support his detention was released. Cummins described the girl as "a really good friend" and told school officials that the girl did leave her other classes to come see him "when she needs someone to calm her down".
U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the temporary ruling Tuesday in a lawsuit over the executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities . San Francisco and other sanctuary cities say turning local police into immigration officers erodes trust that's needed to get people to report crime.
Paris police spokeswoman Johanna Primevert told The Associated Press that the attacker targeted police guarding the area near the Franklin Roosevelt subway station Thursday night at the center of the avenue popular with tourists. Shortly after the attack, ISIS claimed responsibility and praised the attacker, though they used a different name to identify the man that they believed was responsible.
Berkeley College Republicans, who were sponsoring the speech with support from Young America's Foundation (YAF), received a letter from the administrators who said that the university had been "unable to find a safe and suitable venue for your planned April 27 event featuring Ann Coulter ".
She called it an issue of fairness and says it also ensures abortion remains legal in IL if the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion is overturned. "Should it come from cancer screenings ... will it come from necessary surgeries?" The state of IL has been without a budget for about 22 months. "Where should this money come from?" asked Republican Rep.
But they've outsmarted our politicians for many years, and you people understand that", Trump said , nodding to the farmers. "The only legacy that I seek is the only one that any grandparent or parent seeks - to be good stewards, and to hand off our nation, our home, our fields, our forests, and our farms to the next generation in better shape than we found it", Perdue said.
When a warning is issued for a flash flood, severe thunderstorm or a tornado, seek shelter immediately. Our main storm threats will be damaging winds and large hail, should any storm turn severe. Work week ends with temperatures close to 90. "Basically Friday through Sunday , with some potential there for some heavy rain , as well as the possibility of some embedded severe thunderstorms".
She says Elizabeth is in a mental health facility where she is being treated, so she spends a lot of time with a therapist while visitation with family & friends is limited. Cummins was found with the 15-year-old girl, who was his former student, on Thursday at a commune in the Siskiyou County town of Cecilville, law enforcement officials said.
However, the newly unsealed documents provide the clearest picture yet of the Purple Rain hitmaker's struggle with opioid painkillers. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesLet's go insane remembering Prince , who died one year ago today from a drug overdose.
Despite directing some harsh rhetoric towards the country during his campaign, President Trump has developed what he calls "great chemistry" with Chinese President Xi Jinping. A week or so before that - as the White House and Pentagon had strongly indicated the strike group was already on its way to Korea - North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the Associated Press in an exclusive interview that Pyongyang "certainly will not keep our arms crossed in the face of a US ...
While they desperately need to find a quarterback, this draft doesn't have any that are close to 100% day one ready. In a ideal world, they'll end up with both, either by using the No. "The reality is we don't know what's going to happen", former Eagles and Browns team president Joe Banner told me in an interview for Tuckheads.com.
The Canadian currency sank to C$1.3559 to the greenback, or 73.75 USA cents, down from its North American close of C$1.3516, or 73.99 United States cents. NDP Leader John Horgan also issued a statement on the US -imposed duties, saying that Clark's government has put thousands of jobs at risk by failing to secure a new softwood lumber agreement.
Kelly reportedly told CNN that the President was willing to shut down the federal government to get funding for the border wall. That's what the question is. "We're going to defend that order all the way up and so you do have a situation in which one judge out of 700 in America has stopped this order". When asked about the comment on Fox News' "The First 100 Days," Sessions said Hawaii was "a handsome island" before adding, "We've got about 800 federal judges".
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are the first team to reach the second round of the current National Basketball Association playoffs after taking four straight from Indiana. Isaiah Thomas poured in 33 points and the Celtics tied their series at two games apiece by getting past the Bulls, 104-95 in Chicago. With Game 4 at a critical juncture, the All-Star guard provided a huge lift for a team that has been supporting him in the toughest of times .
Earnhardt Jr ., who is now racing in the NASCAR Monster Cup series, will retire after 18 seasons and more than 603 starts. The fan favorite and two-time Daytona 500 champion will discuss his decision in a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
The executive order will make reforms to raise the bar for foreign workers and will select only highly-skilled applicants. Baldwin's bill would require only USA -made iron or steel be used in projects funded by a federal program that gives low-interest loans for water infrastructure projects.
Thomas had been moved to solitary in the discipline unit after he used his bedding to flood his jail cell in the special needs unit, where he was initially kept for his bipolar disorder. Between the time that Thomas entered the jail and the week that passed before his death, he lost 35 pounds from dehydration. Such was the case for officer Decorie Smith, who admitted that shutting off water like that for such an extended period of time goes against protocol, but also claimed he didn't know it ...
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., approved of Trump's apparent shift. But in an appearance on NBC's Meet The Press , Trump's chief of staff Reince Priebus refused to say whether the president would veto a bill without border funding.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the reason lumber and dairy have erupted as irritants is they're not properly addressed in the old agreement, which he calls obsolete. The decision found "critical circumstances", which means duties will be retroactive for 90 days. And, because about a third of the lumber used for building homes in the USA comes from Canada, those price increases will be passed along to customers.
Trump vowed to fight for the wall. "I'm very, very troubled to have to pass this on". So far, that's a nonstarter among Democrats. She called the wall an "immoral, ineffective, unwise proposal". "I don't think it was as much of a bargaining chip as he thought it was", Collender said in an interview. The president's fellow Republicans control both chambers of Congress, but the current spending bill, which has to be passed by Friday night, will need 60 votes to clear the 100-member Senate, ...
He slammed Republicans for their "dark money" and negative ads - Handel countered that most his funding came from outside the district, and reprised criticism that Ossoff doesn't even live in the Sixth District. Georgia on June 20th". What's more, with another round of balloting on the way, Ossoff still has a chance to flip the seat from red to blue. Trump bested Hillary Clinton in Fulton County and Cobb County in the 2016 presidential election.