Alabama Senate Pushes Bill To Jail Doctors Who Perform Abortions

Now that the top USA court has a conservative majority in the wake of President Donald Trump's election, some Republicans want to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. The court could, for example, stay a lower court ruling, but would not rule on the merits of the case at that point. The bills signal a shift from some conservative states attempting to chip around the edges of Roe and abortion access to a go-for-broke strategy of pushing outright abortion bans.

Venezuela's opposition appeals for global support

Zambrano, the vice-president of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, is being held at Fuerte Tiuna military base in Caracas. After the coup flopped, opposition leader Juan Guadio, recognized as "interim president " of Venezuela by the U.S.

Ex-Fugees rapper charged in campaign finance conspiracy case

However, Michel, who is a USA citizen, was a well-known avid supporter of former Democratic President Barack Obama , and federal election records show he contributed money to political committees that supported Obama's 2012 re-election campaign and other Democratic committees.

Gunmen attack luxury hotel in Pakistan’s Gwadar, Baloch Liberation Army claim responsibility

The SHO said that "additional police force, ATF (Anti-terrorism force) and army are all present" to handle the situation. It was unclear how many people were inside the building but the military said all guests at the hotel were safely evacuated.

Denver first US city to decriminalize magic mushrooms

The no-votes seemed to have had it on election night, but final results released by the Denver Elections Division a little after 4 p.m. Wednesday show the yes-votes ahead by about 2,000. Those same effects have appealed to recreational users dating to the 1960s counterculture movement. A California effort to decriminalize psilocybin failed to qualify for the statewide ballot in 2018.

North Korea fires unidentified projectile, claims South

Images released by North Korea's state-run media show that the two missiles the country launched on 9 May were of the same type as the close/short-range ballistic missile it test-fired on 4 May. His written request was part of the cultural exchange between the two countries and came ahead of President Trump's second summit with Kim in Vietnam earlier this year.

Florida governor signs bill allowing more teachers to carry guns in schools

The Palm Beach County School Board passed a resolution in April 2018 that the school district would not allow teachers to be armed . DeSantis did not make a public statement after the private bill signing Wednesday, but over the weekend expressed optimism about what the bill could do for school safety.

Iran to reduce nuclear commitments: state media

The Trump administration is sending an aircraft carrier group to the Middle East after reportedly receiving intelligence from Israel saying that Iran was allegedly planning an attack on United States interests in the region. The letters have been delivered to the leaders of Britain , China, the European Union , France and Germany . Iran's hard-line Javan newspaper, associated with the Revolutionary Guard, said Wednesday would "ignite the matchstick for burning the deal".

Donna Brazile: Liberal attacks on Joe Biden are 'going to backfire'

She also noted how Sanders praised Biden more than she expected, saying: "That's the politician in him, I guess". A a campaign stop in Iowa last Wednesday, Biden said: "China is going to eat our lunch? You say that you are not someone who was used to public shows of affection, and that was an initially uncomfortable development".

Wall Street slides as US-China trade fears rise

Shanghai plunged more than five per cent, with the Chinese yuan also taking a battering after the president threw a spanner into the high-level negotiations, which many observers were expecting to wrap up imminently.European equities also dived, with key eurozone exchanges Frankfurt and Paris down by around 2pc.

Shots fired at school in Denver, United States

More than 500 of those students are elementary age, ABC Denver affiliate KMGH reported. Fox News says that classrooms are being cleared at the school one by one. The school is located at 8773 South Ridgeline Blvd., Highlands Ranch. The Sheriff's office tweeted that there was an "unstable situation", but they are still investigating the situation.

Why did Trump threaten to raise China tariffs - and what now?

The U.S. said on Sunday it's sending an aircraft carrier strike group and bomber force to the Middle East to send an "unmistakable message" to the Iranian regime, citing "a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings" it suggested were linked to Tehran.

Trump now says Mueller should not testify before Congress

Democrats have ripped into Attorney General William Barr over his handling of the report's release , particularly after it was reported Mueller criticized his early characterizations of the report. But his determination to help the White House move beyond the probe has created a new problem. "The left simply refuses to accept the Mueller investigation is over, and that justice is coming for them", she said.

Discussing three-way nuclear deal that includes Russia, China

Other issues included the possible extention of the New START treaty, North Korean denuclearisation, the Mueller report, trade, Ukraine, and the crisis in Venezuela . The two leaders also discussed Ukraine. Trump cancelled a summit meeting with Putin late past year after Russian Federation seized three Ukrainian Navy ships on November 25 and arrested 24 sailors.

Venezuela's Juan Guaidó says he overestimated military support

In the televised address, mandatory on all Venezuelan TV channels, Maduro appeared alongside his defense minister, Vladimir Padrino, and among more than 5,000 troops. "That's the result of dictatorship and socialism that has been imposed on people of Venezuela by Nicolas Maduro ", Pence said. Venezuela's military leadership has since reiterated its support for the government, and Maduro is standing his ground.

Plurality of Minority Voters Say 'Too Easy' for Foreigners to Get Asylum

Homeland Security officials have warned of "child recycling", cases where they say children allowed into the United States were smuggled back into Central America to be paired up again with other adults in fake families. Department of Homeland Security officials said they would likely run out of money without the extra cash. "As a country, we must do more to meet the needs of migrants - especially children and families - who are arriving in increasing numbers", she said.

Man badly injured after falling into Hawaii volcano crater

The man fell off a 300-foot cliff after he climbed over the railing at the Steaming Bluff overlook to get a better view of the volcano , according to a report published by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser . "Visitors should never cross safety barriers, especially around unsafe and destabilised cliff edges", Broward said. The horror fall occurred on the one-year anniversary of Kilauea erupting in May 2018, sending lava into residential communities on Hawaii Island.

Stephen Moore Withdraws From Consideration for Fed Position

I am always at your disposal. If Democrats unanimously oppose Moore, he could endure only three Republican defections. Chief Executive Officer Herman Cain - withdrew from consideration as criticism related to sexual harassment allegations eroded support for him.

UNC Charlotte Shooting Victim Is Honored As A Hero For Tackling Shooter

Police said a few students, including Howell, died and several others were injured. Terrell intentionally targeted the Kennedy building, where the shooting took place, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney. Those deaths happened at UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina A&T State University and Western Carolina University. The other student killed was Ellis Parlier , 19, officials said.

Emperor Naruhito inherits Imperial regalia

At midnight Tuesday - 8.30 pm IST - Japan's 59-year-old Prince Naruhito officially succeeded his father Akihito as Emperor, the 126th incumbent of the Chrysanthemum Throne, the world's oldest surviving hereditary monarchy. The ceremony ended in about five minutes as the Emperor left the room with chamberlains who held the sacred sword and jewels. South Korean President Moon Jae-in also sent salutations, urging Naruhito to remember "pain from the war" and contribute to peace like his father.