by | July 05, 2018 | 01:41

Wade and until they do no senator, and particularly no senators who consider themselves pro-choice, should vote for the nominee". The social media push is an effort to press the moderate Republican senator to vote against any Supreme Court nominee who would overturn Roe v.

by | July 04, 2018 | 08:53

He will make his announcement on July 9. For several reasons, Collins should be comfortable with President Trump's process and his eventual choice. Scott released a video ad Monday that deemed the Democrat a "rubber stamp" for President Barack Obama's judicial nominees and noted that he " voted against Supreme Court Justice [Neil] Gorsuch." referring to Trump's 2017 appointee.

by | July 04, 2018 | 08:26

Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Justice Democrats would endorse universal Medicare, a $15 minimum wage and free tuition at public universities, all while turning down any corporate PAC money. According to Corbin Trent, a Justice Democrats co-founder who spent seven weeks working full-time for Ocasio-Cortez, this was the dream all along - one breakthrough candidate who demonstrates that incumbents are beatable.

by | July 04, 2018 | 08:28

Hackman does not link to either of the two Obama administration guidance documents that is to be rescinded. The documents, which were jointly-released by the departments of justice and education, also argued that colleges and universities had a "compelling interest" in "obtaining the benefits that flow from achieving a diverse student body", and outlined the options colleges could take under law in pursuit of that goal.

by | July 03, 2018 | 11:15

CalFire first reported a vegetation blaze at 2:12 p.m., which grew quickly over the next six hours, driven by "red-flag weather conditions consisting of high temperatures, gusty winds and low humidity". However, some people living in a few homes closest to the fire were not allowed to return Friday night. "So we need to get people out of the fire's path so we can get in and do our jobs".

by | July 03, 2018 | 11:18

Heavy rains that flooded key passages are believed to have trapped the soccer players and have thwarted the search for them. It made it far more hard for rescue parties entering the cave to reach, as divers had difficulty contorting themselves around small turns and through narrow passageways in the flooding caves as it continued to rain.

by | July 03, 2018 | 11:15

It's called "secondary migration". She said the compromise between the CSU and the CDU would secure the principle of freedom of movement within the European Union while allowing Germany to take "national measures" to limit migrant arrivals.

by | July 03, 2018 | 11:15

There was 10 passengers and two Bahamians on board at the time. Schaffer was taken to a Bahamas hospital, where both her legs were amputated. The captain of that boat, Ron Watson, has been discharged from a hospital in Nassau, the capital of Bahama, after receiving treatment there, CNN reported.

by | July 03, 2018 | 11:12

Collins spoke on ABC and CNN . "It has been described as a constitutional right for 45 years and was reaffirmed 26 years ago". "If chosen as the nominee, she will be the deciding vote to overturn Roe v. Since each Supreme Court justice needs 51 votes to be confirmed, Democrats would only need one Republican to side against the nominee, assuming no Democrats break rank.

by | July 02, 2018 | 03:04

Chief Justice Roberts wrote that presidents have frequently used their power to talk to the nation "to espouse the principles of religious freedom and tolerance on which this Nation was founded". The initial order, signed soon after he took office in January a year ago, led to days of nationwide protests and chaos at airports across the country.

by | July 02, 2018 | 02:56

He said that the most important thing about this meeting was that it would ultimately take place, after some 18 months of the new administration. Trump and Putin are slated to meet July 16 in Helsinki, Finland, at the end of Trump's scheduled trip to Europe to attend a summit with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and stop in the United Kingdom.

by | July 02, 2018 | 02:26

More than a dozen USA officials who received intelligence briefings said North Korea has actually increased its production of fuel for nuclear weapons. There is no love lost between President Donald Trump and mainstream United States media, which he has repeatedly called " fake news ". "Work is ongoing to deceive us on the number of facilities, the number of weapons, the number of missiles", an official said.

by | July 01, 2018 | 03:29

The article was published five days after Ramos pleaded guilty to criminal harassment, according to the Associated Press. In each case, they took the side of the classmate who said Ramos had harassed her relentlessly for a year. "He would try to communicate with people but he was a loner", she said of Ramos, who sported long brown hair and a beard. At least two others were injured in the attack.

by | July 01, 2018 | 03:26

It might be impossible to embark on such projects unless North Korea denuclearizes, which isn't a sure thing. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , then serving as director of the Central Intelligence Agency, reportedly pushed for Harris' placement in Korea.

by | June 30, 2018 | 01:15

Trump said she was there to "support" them, adding "let me know what I can do to help you". The 48-year-old mother of one and former model, herself an immigrant from Slovenia, played her choice of clothes safe on Thursday, dressing monochrome in white trousers and a black top.

by | June 29, 2018 | 17:26

Hussein said she was betrothed at the age of 16 but refused to accept the union and sought refuge with a relative for three years. When he tried to rape her again, Hussein allegedly stabbed him in self-defense. Fearing retribution, Hussein's parents turned her into the police, according to the BBC . The court ordered her family to pay 337,000 Sudanese pounds ($18,700) in "blood money" to the man's family.

by | June 29, 2018 | 17:12

The "zero-tolerance" policy called for the prosecution of all migrants that are apprehended after crossing illegally into the USA and led to thousands of children being separated from their parents. Some of the children have been reunited with parents or family members, but more than 2,000 still remain locked up in federal custody. It joins a growing list of complaints by parents seeking access to their children, including a case filed Monday by three refugee women and a February lawsuit ...

by | June 29, 2018 | 16:33

All of the victims were shot on the first floor of the building. Investigators have not confirmed whether he had a connection to the newspaper, Krampf said. The gunman, whose name was not immediately released, was believed to have used a shotgun, according to a US official who was briefed on the investigation but not authorized to discuss it publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

by | June 29, 2018 | 16:29

Joseph Crowley , a 10-term Congressman and one of the best-known friends of India in the House of Representatives , has been defeated by a 28-year-old Latino candidate in the Democratic party's key NY primary, in one of the shocking upsets in recent American political history.

by | June 26, 2018 | 03:42

Police pulled the video surveillance footage from inside the bodega which shows the suspects. Guzman-Feliz, according to investigators, got into an argument with a group outside a bodega on East 183rd Street and was stabbed in the neck. Family members and friends told NBC that Guzman-Feliz, known as "Junior", was mistaken for someone else. The video also featured a relative of one of the gang members.

by | June 24, 2018 | 14:38

Turkish voters have begun casting their ballots in presidential and parliamentary elections in the biggest test for President Tayyip Erdogan since he came to power more than a decade and a half ago . Turkey has been under emergency rule since a failed coup attempt in 2016, after which the government launched a sweeping crackdown on opponents and those it said participated in the rebellion.

by | June 24, 2018 | 14:33

But Italy's Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said his country had faced 650,000 arrivals by sea over the past four years, 430,000 asylum requests and the hosting of 170,000 "alleged refugees" for an overall cost of more than £4.4million.

by | June 24, 2018 | 14:28

Some still face resistance from conservative relatives, and many accustomed to private drivers say they are reluctant to take on the country's busy highways. The decision to lift the ban in the kingdom - where once-forbidden cinemas and concerts have also returned - is expected to boost the economy, with industries from vehicle sales to insurance set to reap returns.

by | June 23, 2018 | 01:30

Still, he said the president's dramatic reversal on separating children won't solve anything: "I see that as placating people". "They don't need jail". Hours before the executive order was signed, Pope Francis said he stood with the US bishops, who had condemned the family separation policy, which has led to children being held in government shelters while their parents are sent to federal prisons.

by | June 23, 2018 | 01:28

The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, met his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in in May in a surprise bilateral summit on the border between the two countries. Almost 20,000 Koreans have participated in 20 rounds of face-to-face temporary reunions held between the countries since 2000. According to Seoul's Unification Ministry, more than 75,000 of the 132,000 South Koreans who applied to attend a reunion have died.