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American Supreme Court granted Trump's provisional ban

Trump's new March 6 order banned people from Iran , Libya , Somalia , Sudan , Syria and Yemen from entering the USA for 90 days and barred all refugees for 120 days, but on May 25, the U.S. "Minutes after the ruling, both sides were fighting over what that meant". The court, narrowing down the judgments of lower courts that have completely blocked its executive order since March 6, said it will open a hearing in October on the legality of this most important Trump decision in the ...

76ers take Fultz, Lakers grab Ball to start NBA draft

If, after leaving the first round of the Draft with Philadelphia, the Celtics seemed destined to select Josh Jackson in the number three position, they may have a hard time. "I believe I fill in every box on both ends of the floor". Kennard and Mitchell being considered late lottery picks speak to the significant drop off after the top 10 or so guys.

Family urges calm after Milwaukee ex-cop's acquittal

But a prosecutor argued he had thrown it away and was defenseless when Heaggan-Brown shot him a second time. Body-camera video showed Heaggan-Brown shooting Smith once in the arm as he appeared to be throwing the gun over a fence. Attorney David Owens announced the lawsuit minutes after a jury acquitted Dominique Heaggan-Brown in the death of Sylville Smith. Jurors are also being given the option to choose from two lesser charges instead — second-degree reckless homicide and homicide by ...

A ceremony at the Supreme Court tomorrow could be awkward for Trump

The Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to stay two injunctions on the executive order by federal appeals courts in Hawaii and Maryland , as well as to hear the case. But a party aggrieved by an adverse class certification decision also need not satisfy the strict standards for taking an interlocutory appeal; instead, under Rule 23 (f ), a "court of appeal [] may permit an appeal from an order granting or denying class-action certification.

Mike Pence accuses Venezuela government of abuse of power

The White House says Pence will travel from August 13 to August 17. Vice President Mike Pence has hired outside legal counsel to help him navigate the investigations into possible ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation, according a new report .

Murphy comments on shooting at Congressional baseball practice

The shooter died in custody as a result of wounds he suffered during a shootout with police following the incident, President Trump said in a brief statement . "Congressman Williams was not shot; however, a member of his staff was shot and is receiving medical attention", according to a statement from Williams' office.

No 'direct' proof Russian Federation meddled in USA elections: Putin

He accused the United States media of sensationalizing information and using it as a "weapon of war" against Trump. President Donald Trump is leaning against invoking executive privilege to try to block fired FBI Director James Comey from testifying about their private conversations regarding an investigation into Trump's former national security adviser, two administration officials said Sunday.

USA 'on the wrong side of history' on climate

He pulled the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement, which is created to reduce and mitigate the emissions of harmful greenhouse gases that are contributing to the warming of the Earth. China and the Obama administration negotiated the deal, and China has vowed to stay in it. On his official website, Carter asserted that the U.S.is "already a leader in reducing Carbon dioxide emissions", but that "the Paris Accord is not the solution to global climate challenges".

Documents: Doctor arrested at Trump Hotel spoke of McVeigh

A Pennsylvania man arrested at Trump International Hotel in downtown Washington after a military-style rifle was found in his vehicle is scheduled to face a US magistrate Friday afternoon on a federal firearms charge punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

White House says it has granted 14 ethics waivers to staff

On May 31, a day before Shaub's deadline, the Trump administration disclosed that the president had granted 13 waivers since signing his executive order . Both were issued ethics waivers freeing them to work alongside businesses they once represented . "The Administration has an interest in you working on covered matters due to your experience and expertise on these issues".

China warns of 'global consensus' on tackling climate change

California has also previously said it would help pick up the slack for any backdowns by the USA president on climate change . The decision will put the United States in league with Syria and Nicaragua as the world's only non-participants in the Paris Climate Agreement .

After Stabbing, Portland's Mayor Wants 2 Right-Wing Demonstrations Canceled

But the trauma doesn't justify a request by Portland's mayor that the federal government cancel two demonstrations planned for next month by conservative groups. Train security video and passengers' cell phone video showed Christian "making a sudden move" toward Namkai-Meche, 23, of Portland , who responded by standing, according to the affidavit.

Trump makes G-7 deal on trade, takes rain check on climate

Breitbart News has independently confirmed this reporting and that Trump has told others the same thing: that he plans to withdraw the USA from the agreement. Trudeau said Canada was "proud" to host the G7 summit in the attractive Charlevoix region. So we're working on it and I will tell you, a big difference over the a year ago, money is actually starting to pour into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation from countries that would not have been doing what they're doing now had I not been ...

Newark Airport gives all clear after suspicious package forces evacuation

The bomb squad has reportedly arrived at the airport. They were also used in the Boston Marathon bombing in the U.S. in 2013 and in terrorist attacks around the world. The terminal was evacuated at about 5 p.m. on the first day of the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Package has been cleared by authorities at Terminal A at Newark Liberty Airport.

Man who resembles Joker arrested for pointing loaded gun at cars

Jared Leto as the Joker in a scene from 'Suicide Squad'. Sullivan lives with his mother and listed his occupation as "tattoo model", the paper reported . Sullivan was placed under arrest. Sullivan was taken into custody after it was reported that a man with green hair and tattoos was pointing a gun at cars, according to NBC6 Miami .

Trump admin to extend protections for Haitians 6 months

An April report from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center said the largest concentration of Haitians with temporary protected status were in South Florida. A senior DHS official told reporters that the Haitian government had let the USA know that they would like these TPS recipients to return back to their home.

Clinton aide tweets joke video of her avoiding hug during debate prep

The amusing clip was posted by Philippe Reines , a Clinton surrogate who acted as her election rival to prepare for the real shit-show. An aide to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton posted a video on Twitter on Friday showing how the former secretary of state practiced ducking a potential hug from Trump before one of their debates this past fall.

Planned Parenthood in Bettendorf to close its doors

Planned Parenthood of IN and Kentucky filed a lawsuit Thursday against new legislation that would change the process of a minor getting an abortion. The new state family planning program will cost the state about $3 million; the previous setup with the federal government allowed Iowa to pay about $300,000 through a 90 percent to 10 percent match.

Dayton signs Real ID bill

Minnesotans may have to shell out hundreds when it comes to buying a new ride. Republicans said they would respond with a counteroffer, and talks were scheduled to continue into the evening. This would allow current Minnesota licenses and IDs to again be accepted at federal facilities and to be used for boarding commercial flights after January 2018.

Peace Officer Memorial ceremony held at State Capitol

Daugaard said hard situations await law enforcement everyday, such as stopping a drunk driver, responding to domestic violence calls or a fatal crash on a rural road in the middle of the night. "It doesn't matter the decades of improvement in technology, equipment and training have been given to law enforcement". How can someone say that we don't need them? Thompson - along with four Dallas Police Department officers - was killed in the July 7, 2016, ambush shootings.