January 24, 2018

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San Bernardino school shooter threatened his wife


According to the AP, Anderson's Facebook page only includes declarations of his love for Smith, whom he had known for four years, and talk about his religious devotion. The eight-year-old pupil is understood to have been stood behind the teacher at the time along with a nine-year-old who is in a stable condition in hospital. Read More »

Auburn High School Hosts Easter Egg Hunt for Area Children

Refreshments will be provided, while supplies last. The event is free to all 19th Ward families. Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 15 , 2017, from 2:30 to 4:30, to participate in the fun! 3 p.m. The First Lutheran Church in Sabetha will host its ninth annual New Life Festival from 10 noon Saturday, April 15 . Blind Children's Learning Center intern Angel Sepulveda said he doesn't think of students differently based on their level of sight after working at the school. Read More »

Donald Trump moves to quell White House infighting


Business Insider reports that "senior editors" told employees to stop the anti-Kushner stories, citing two sources . "They had to back down", said Scarborough. Trump is reportedly considering ousting Bannon, and the former Breitbart executive was recently removed from his elevated role on the National Security Council. Read More »

Neil Gorsuch sworn in as Supreme Court justice

Gorsuch, previously a Colorado appeals court judge, was confirmed by the Senate last week after a contentious nomination process. "We are gathered here today for a truly momentous moment for our democracy - the swearing in of a Supreme Court justice", Trump said. Read More »

USA general confident North Korean missile can be intercepted

Most of North Korea's missiles use liquid propellant, which usually must be added on the launch pad before the weapon is fired. Earlier Thursday, the European Union imposed new sanctions in retaliation for North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile tests, including its launch of a rocket into the Sea of Japan on Wednesday. Read More »

A Trump national security adviser tapped as Singapore envoy


The move follows Trump's removal of chief White House strategist Stephen Bannon from his role on the National Security Council last week. Dina Powell, a Wall Street financial executive, was recently named deputy national security adviser for strategy and she has been present for high-level discussions with delegations from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and China. Read More »

Wealthy White House staffers' finances detailed in new disclosures


The broad White House document release also included the assets of Gary Cohn -the former president of Goldman Sachs who heads the White House National Economic Council - and Steve Bannon, the president's chief strategist. Ms Trump agreed this week to become a federal employee and will file her own financial disclosure at a later date. The business is worth between US$1 million and US$5 million, according to her disclosure statement. Read More »

Dallas' emergency siren system hacked overnight, sounds off over an hour


Saturday. The incident, initially labeled a "system malfunction", sparked an avalanche of anxious posts on social media and calls to the emergency 911 system. She said that they had about 4,400 calls from about 11:30 p.m. Friday to about 3 a.m. Saturday. The city is also working to put in safeguards to avoid these types of hacks again. Read More »

Baltimore police overhaul is approved over Trump objections

Consent decrees are aimed at "patterns and practices" within troubled police departments. A government attorney weighed in on the proposed consent decree at a public hearing as about 50 Baltimore residents lined up to endorse the reforms and complain of deep-seated racism, abuse and deadly force at the hands of the police. Read More »

Aetna to quit Iowa's ACA exchange, may leave all others


The company went on to say they're still evaluating individual product presence in other states. On Monday, Wellmark Inc. said it planned to give up on the Iowa Obamacare market in 2018. Insurers face approaching deadlines and major uncertainties about the short-term viability of the exchanges, and beyond, because of politicians' inability thus far to move a specific repeal and replace plan forward. Read More »

Steve Perry to reunite with Journey at Hall of Fame ceremony

Adding, "Frankly, I gave up on it a long time ago. But what we've done over the years is quietly just continue to be relevant, so maybe they weren't right about us". Band members have said they're open to the idea but are leaving it up to Perry to decide. On Dec. 21, the singer posted on Steve Perry News website, "I am truly grateful that Journey is being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ". Read More »

Stadium measure's defeat likely ends St. Louis' MLS chances


Louis voters have agreed to eliminate an often-criticized city office and use the cost savings to fund body cameras for police. Both propositions needed to pass in order to fund the MLS project. "For many years we have believed that St. Louis would be a tremendous market for a Major League Soccer team, but the lack of a positive stadium vote is clearly a significant setback for the city's expansion opportunity and a loss for the community". Read More »

What we know about Syria's chemical weapons


Russian Federation has the power to veto it, which it has done to block all previous resolutions that would harm Assad, most recently in February. The new American president is being tested on the world stage, as this attack comes just days after the White House said Assad's ouster is not its priority. Read More »

Tar Heels Take NCAA Title, 71-65, Over Gonzaga


GLENDALE, Ariz . - Three takeaways from Monday's NCAA championship game which saw North Carolina rally in the second half to defeat Gonzaga 71-65. "I wanted to see the confetti fall on us", Berry said. And they still won. In the second half, both teams lost their top big men to foul trouble, with Gonzaga trying to platoon big men as Zach Collins and Przemek Karnowski battled foul trouble while UNC's Kennedy Meeks and Isaiah Hicks both finished with four fouls. Read More »

Disco biscuits, Spanish fly: Cosby lawyers to argue evidence


The judge in Bill Cosby's criminal case in Pennsylvania expects his sexual assault trial to last at least two weeks. Jury screening for the trial scheduled for June 5 is likely to start May 22 or May 29 in the Pittsburgh-area Allegheny County, where jurors will be chosen, Judge Steven O'Neill said this morning in his Norristown, PA, courtroom. Read More »

Trump Asks If Clinton Campaign Got Kickback To Lift Russia Sanctions


President Trump began Monday with a flood of tweets reviving questions surrounding general election foe Hillary Clinton - and highlighting a Fox News report on the Trump team surveillance controversy. The President's tweet tirade followed a Fox News segment in which "Fox and Friends" aired a clip of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who spoke with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday. Read More »

Mississippi State Breaks UConn Women's 111-Game Streak in OT

The game went to overtime and with the clock winding down, upon review the officials charged Mississippi State with a flagrant one. "It's just a blessing in itself to be here", junior Gabby Williams said. Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott, let, attends an NCAA college basketball game between SC and Stanford in the semifinals of the women's Final Four, Friday, March 31, 2017, in Dallas . Read More »

Reality Check On Trump Calling For Bipartisanship On Health Care


President Trump's base is still tapped into his message - even if he hasn't offered any proof to support it. "It is just too important". Still it was the Republicans who wouldn't budge in their opposition to the GOP bill that went down who appeared most enthusiastic for another attempt. Read More »

LAGO Act seeks to make Trump visitor logs public

Access to the president has been limited and secretive, and Democratic lawmakers want to see published the routine comings and goings of those who seek Trump's ear, or the ear of his advisors. "The president should end his administration's disturbing pattern of stonewalling information and immediately reinstate the previous administration's policy of publishing White House visitor logs". Read More »

The Trump Administration Has Dropped Questions About LGBTQs From the 2020 Census


The administration's report excluded lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on the list of "planned subjects" for the nation's decennial census and longer form survey. About three years from now in 2020, someone from the USA government may ask you a few personal questions, a census taker. Since 2014, companies receiving large federal contracts have been required to show they have complied for at least three years with federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexual ... Read More »

Trump, China's Xi to meet April 6-7 in Florida

Here's a brief overview: on February 4-5, Trump and his wife headed to Mar-a-Lago for a Red Cross ball that was closed to the public; the following weekend, Trump hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago (and dealt with a North Korea missile crisis in full view of diners at the club). Read More »