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Lindsey Graham hits White House, says immigration fight a 's-show'

Hoyer, who is part of the four House and Senate bipartisan leadership group negotiating on DACA, made it clear he doesn't support the deal unveiled by the Sens. "We should have more people from Norway". He was referring to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects young people who came to the children and are living here illegally. Read More »

Sen. Tom Cotton says Trump's words, sentiments on immigration were misrepresented

Trump questioned why the United States would accept more people from " sh*thole countries ", according to Illinois Democratic Sen. He was speaking in reference to El Salvador, Haiti and several African countries . "If you're a doctor, or a scientist, or a computer programmer, it shouldn't matter whether you come from Nigeria, or Norway, or any other country on this earth", Cotton said . Read More »

Siblings Found Starved, Chained to Beds in California's House of Horrors


Shortly after news broke that 13 home-schooled children had allegedly been held captive in their filthy California home, some chained to furniture, Rachel Coleman got a message from a colleague: "Why is this case the one making global news?" A 17-year-old girl who escaped and called 911 was so small that deputies initially mistook her for a 10-year-old. Read More »

Winds To Cause Amsterdam Airport Flight Cancellations


Trains were halted across the nation and in Germany . Police said three people were killed by falling trees or debris in separate incidents. Train service was halted in Germany as wind gusts up to 89 miles per hour made that method of travel too risky as well, according to BBC .com. Read More »

United States says Africa important but no apology for Trump


Its Department of International Relations and Cooperation said international reaction to the Trump remarks served as a united affirmation of the dignity of the people of Africa and the African Diaspora. "We discussed our long relationship and history of combatting HIV, fighting terrorism, and committing to peace throughout the region". Trump's remarks were condemned by the 55-nation African Union while some African governments summoned the United States ambassador in their capitals to demand ... Read More »

Raila escalates oath plan, says will run government from exile


The Opposition has defiantly announced plans to swear in Raila as the president and Kalonzo Musyoka as his deputy on Tuesday, January 30. An illegitimate government is in power. His co-principals are also said to be split over the swearing-in. It was said Mudavadi remained mum on whether or not Odinga should be inaugurated as the people's president, deputised by Musyoka. Read More »

Auto drives into crowds on Copacabana Beach promenade


The incident is believed to have happened at 8pm local time, and according to the Daily Mail the area was filled with tourists at the time. At least 11 people were reportedly wounded when a vehicle ploughed into pedestrians here at a popular tourist spot early Friday morning, Brazilian police said. Read More »

Heritage Investors Management Corp Has $18300000 Stake in Pepsico, Inc. (PEP)

Time Warner Inc now has $71.76B valuation. The stock increased 1.01% or $2.27 during the last trading session, reaching $226.4. About 1.29 million shares traded. Finally, Macquarie assumed coverage on shares of Pepsico in a report on Thursday, September 14th. Lsv Asset Mngmt has invested 0.08% of its portfolio in Time Warner Inc. Read More »

DACA Troubles Could Put Spending Bill In Peril


Democratic leaders have said they most likely will oppose a measure that does not protect young immigrants known as "Dreamers", including the almost 800,000 who have entered the United States under the DACA program. Adding to the pressure, Democrats could reject the spending bill if it doesn't protect almost 800,000 young immigrants known as Dreamers from deportation. Read More »

Could you pass the cognitive test that Donald Trump took recently?

As President , he reportedly said Haitian immigrants "all have AIDS" and that those from Nigeria would "never go back to their huts" (the White House denies he used those words). Democratic Sens. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Dick Durbin of IL grilled Nielsen over her testimony. "I don't think Donald is racist at all", Ivana Trump said Monday on ITV's "Good Morning Britain." Rep. Read More »

House Intelligence Panel to Release Testimony of Fusion GPS Co-founder


The move comes on the heels of the release by Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of Simpson's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The president also called the Russian Federation probe the "greatest single witch hunt in American history" and urged congressional Republicans to "finally take control" of the investigation. Read More »

Ash gets hitched in new Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 pic!


Evil Dead , "Ash is back, baby!" in a delightfully literal way. Kind of - that baby is all grown up as a young adult daughter who suddenly finds herself in her long-lost father's care and targeted by Ruby ( Lucy Lawless ) and the Deadites. Lee Majors returns as Brock Williams to warn Ash from beyond the grave. Almost 37 years after director Sam Raimi's horror movie cult classic The Evil Dead first hit theaters, the story of an arrogant but lovable lug from Elk Grove, Michigan lives on in Ash ... Read More »

Countdown to government shutdown has Capitol Hill scrambling


The stance is essentially holding 690,000 so-called "Dreamers", young immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and would have qualified for protection under a bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate in 2001, hostage. And yet in another tweet , Trump criticized the Republican short-term funding measure, opposing a sweetener meant to make it hard for Democrats to vote against it. Read More »

House passes stopgap spending bill, Senate fate uncertain


Republicans have backed themselves into a corner, unless they can magically produce a Republican-only long-term spending bill. President Donald Trump said Sunday that a program that protects immigrants who were brought to the USA illegally as children is "probably dead", casting a cloud over already tenuous negotiations just days before a deadline on a government funding deal that Democrats have tied to immigration. Read More »

Northern Irish parties have weeks to restore devolved government, Dublin says


Based on conversations she has had with the parties, she said she believes it is possible to reach an agreement, as they have shown "willingness to engage in a constructive manner". Mrs Bradley said she will be updating Parliament "no later than 7th of February on progress". "Progress must be swift", said Bradley. A deal must be secured in "weeks rather than months", Mr Coveney said. Read More »

We have a racist in the White House

Donald Trump has shown no abnormal signs following a cognitive test and is in " excellent " health, the White House physician said after the 71-year-old United States president underwent his first medical check-up amidst speculation about his mental abilities. Read More »

Punjab Cabinet minister Rana Gurjit Singh tenders his resignation


Kumar, considered close to Singh, was appointed after the Congress came to power in the state March year. "The Prime Ministers Office has a well-established tradition of over two decades of appointing retired civil servants as Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister", said the spokesperson. Read More »

Steve Bannon subpoenaed by House Intelligence Committee, according to report


Bannon refused to answer questions about his time with Trump's transition team, his tenure in the White House, and even his dealings with Trump since his firing . Bannon's appearance at a closed door committee meeting comes just days after he suffered an extraordinary public break with President Trump . MARTIN: What happened for 10 hours if Steve Bannon wasn't answering questions? Some believe that the official subpoena is simply a bargaining tool to get Bannon to talk, as ... Read More »

GOP Senator Insists Trump Didn't Make 'Sh*thole' Comment

Some of those in a bipartisan Thursday meeting on immigration reform with Trump later claimed the president used the vulgar term and said he wanted fewer immigrants from those countries to enter the U.S. The President and all those attending the meeting know what I said and how I feel, ' Graham said in a statement Saturday. After Trump's remarks were reported on Thursday, the White House's response included no denial that he'd made the offensive comment. Read More »

US, Canada and Mexico have agreement on 40% NAFTA topics


Reports from Canada last week suggested that the county was expecting Trump to withdraw from the agreement. Even still, the agriculture secretary's comments may offer some hope for agribusiness lobbyists and other NAFTA supporters who warn that scrapping the accord will bring painful economic costs. Read More »

Battlefield 1 Apocalypse DLC coming next month


If you had shelved Battlefield 1 for a while to try out some other games for a bit, you may want to put it back into rotation. In Battlefield 1 Apocalypse , the famous World War 1 battles of the Allies against the German Empire in Passchendaele and the Austro-Italian battle of Caporetto will be represented among the new multiplayer maps. Read More »

United Kingdom backpacker killed in Sydney by a man she'd just started dating


He told the BBC that Ms Blake had a "kind heart and love for all her family and friends". The British woman's body was reportedly riddled with injuries, including wounds to her head, The Daily Telegraph reported. Ms Blake had recently worked on a fruit farm in a rural town in Victoria, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. A strike force was established to investigate the circumstances of their deaths with a murder-suicide line of inquiry being investigated, a NSW Police spokeswoman said ... Read More »

Illinois QB Jeff George Jr. announces transfer

Cam Thomas, a redshirt freshman last fall, is the only remaining scholarship quarterback on the IL roster. Three-star recruit MJ Rivers of Frisco, Texas, signed his letter of intent last month to play at IL and is scheduled to enroll this summer. Read More »

House Republicans Ate Italian Food While Threatening a Government Shutdown Over Immigration


Democrats are pressing to add to the measure protections for younger immigrants who were brought to the US illegally as children. But now, with a shutdown looming over a confrontation over the DACA ( Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ) programme for immigrants granted some leeway to work in the country because they were brought here as kids, Republicans won't be able to pass the blame. Read More »

What is chain migration and why does Trump want it ended?


The term girther is an apparent nod to the well-established "birther' movement", made up mainly of right-wing activists who opposed President Obama, with Mr Trump as its most public face. "What I was struck with frankly, as I'm sure you were as well, was just the general profanity used in the room by nearly everyone". And this is a good example, I think, that will be helpful to change views about immigration. Read More »

Supreme Court halts North Carolina court-ordered redrawing of congressional districts


Earlier this month, a three judge panel held North Carolina's 2016 plan - that was passed by a Republican-led legislature was enacted "with the intent of discriminating against voters who favored non-Republican candidates" and that the plan violated the First Amendment by "unjustifiably discriminating against voters based on their previous political expression and affiliation". Read More »

Trump gets cognitive test during medical


Trump has denied making the shocking slur and sang a much more immigrant-friendly tune during the Wednesday interview. "I think they talk about DACA but they don't want to help the DACA people". His blood pressure, resting heart rate and "ejection fraction" - a measure of the amount of blood his heart pumps with each contraction - are all in the normal range, Jackson said. Read More »

Winter weather forecast, link to school closings


The Texas winter storm is expected to continue bringing in mixtures of snow and freezing rain throughout Tuesday night, meaning traveling on bridges and overpasses more unsafe because of snow and ice buildups. January 16. More than 45 million people are under wind chill advisories or warnings in the United States. It will be breezy with winds from the north at 10 to 20 miles per hour. Read More »

Betsy DeVos approves Washington state's Every Student Succeeds Act plan


Below is Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's contingency plan for the Education Department in the event of a government shutdown if Congress doesn't pass funding legislation by week's end. Pennsylvania education officials then scrambled to clarify several areas cited by the U.S. Department of Education - ranging from long-term goals for English language learners to graduation rate indicators - by January 8. Read More »

Trump's "shithole countries" remark has increased the odds of a government shutdown


Congress has been struggling for months to reach an agreement to fund the government, which is now operating on its third temporary funding extension since the 2018 fiscal year began on October 1. And tension within the conference is mounting: Defense hawks would like to see a budget caps deal to allow a boost in defense spending. "This was a deal that was unacceptable from the moment they started reading the provisions of the deal ", Trump said. Read More »