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Congressional Panel To Ask Bannon About Those 'Fire And Fury' Quotes


Even then, Bannon refused to answer questions after his lawyer conferred with the White House and was told to refuse to answer questions about the transition period after Trump was elected in November 2016 and before he took office in January 2017, or about Bannon's time at the White House, according to Representative Adam Schiff , the top Democrat on the committee. Read More »

White House doctor: Trump is medically fit to serve


My sense was that as the meeting went on, it dawned on Durbin that Trump was using him and his fellow Democrats as a prop. Cotton noted President Donald Trump has already agreed to comprise and let the programs continue if other concessions are agreed on. Read More »

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Mahatma Gandhi an inspiration


This meeting between the two extremist leaders definitely has come at a time when situation both in the Middle East and occupied Kashmir is boiling up to risky levels. The roadshow began from Ahmedabad airport and it will end at the Sabarmati Ashram. It portrays him as someone who, as Netanyahu has said repeatedly- and not by accident- during his visit, a revolutionary who is "revolutionizing India". Read More »

Trump Clears The Air On What Types Of Immigrants He Wants


Sen. Dick Durbin of IL, the only Democrat at Thursday's meeting, said Trump had indeed said what he was reported to have said. Altidor extended an invitation to the President to visit his country, but added that it "doesn't excuse an apology for what was said" and that "such words shouldn't be coming out of anybody's mouth, let alone the President of the United States". Read More »

Trump supporters have sold their souls to the Donald


Trump's overall health "is excellent " and he did " exceedingly well " on cognitive screening, Jackson said. In what was lowkey one of the more weird White House press conferences, Donald Trump's physician gave a incredibly thorough hour-long rundown about the president's health. Read More »

Former Trump aide Bannon subpoenaed in Russian Federation probe, stays tight-lipped


After the book's release, Trump quickly disavowed "Sloppy Steve Bannon " and argued extensively there was no evidence of collusion between his presidential campaign and operatives tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The House Intelligence Committee is also investigating the allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Sources told Fox News the subpoena was issued after the Federal Bureau of Investigation was initially unable to contact Bannon. Read More »

Pressure rises on British government over Carillion collapse


As the NHS has come under increasing strain in recent years, Carillion's failure could cause a crisis within the vital public institution. "Their procurement people weren't good and we didn't like working for them". "Asset sales won't even raise enough to cover the debts of senior bank creditors, so many small firms won't see a bean", he said. We have planned extensively for this and have been working with local authorities and academy trusts since before Christmas to make sure contingency ... Read More »

President Trump tweets he wants 'merit based' immigration system


It is part of discussions between the White House and Congress over new funding for the government to avert a partial government shutdown when USA agencies run out of money at midnight Friday. Dick Durbin and South Carolina Republican Sen. He also accused Senator Durbin of making a "gross misrepresentation" of what happened in the meeting: "It's not the first time Senator Durbin has done it, and it is not productive to solving the problem we're having", Perdue added. Read More »

California couple charged with torturing their 13 children


Police said on Tuesday they were still seeking answers after finding 13 siblings starving in their parents' squalid Southern California home, some of them chained to beds under "horrific" conditions in an otherwise ordinary suburb. Then, on Sunday, one of the children jumped out of a window, called 911 and led authorities to the home and the freaky scene inside. "They're very cooperative, and I believe they are hopeful that life will get better for them". Read More »

President Trump says Sen. Durbin misrepresented discussion


At this point, enough people who were present at the meeting in question have confirmed the accuracy of The Times' reporting to leave any doubt that Trump indeed made those remarks. " The American people will ultimately judge us on the outcome we achieve, not the process which led to it ". Trump and fellow Republicans have disputed public accounts of the discussion. Read More »

Hundreds converge on Times Square to protest racism, Donald Trump

Lindsay Graham (R-SC), according to his colleague Sen. Additionally, Sen. Lindsey Graham told fellow South Carolina Republican Sen. Cotton said Sunday on CBS' " Face the Nation " that he "didn't hear" the vulgar word used. Overall, most Americans say that building infrastructure like roads and bridges should be the highest priority for the Trump administration in 2018. Read More »

Lebanon's Anti-Israel Blacklist Will Keep Spielberg Film Out of its Theaters

The Post is certainly a movie that falls into this category, but the fantastic performances and direction help keep this film from feeling familiar. He snagged an Oscar for co-writing the screenplay, and the film won for best picture. From the men's side, the answer is a resounding no. I told him that I didn't think I could sit through the movie and once again be reminded of what went down in Vietnam. Read More »

Cuomo's budget spurs conversation on legalizing recreational marijuana


Robert Mujica, Cuomo's budget director, said the switch would be voluntary for businesses. His two main ideas - to shift from an income tax paid by workers to a payroll tax paid by employers, and to let municipalities set up charitable funds to which taxpayers would make deductible donations in lieu of taxes - are intriguing. Read More »

Trump Defends Border Demands Amid Shutdown Deadline

Senators Michael Bennet of Colorado and Joe Manchin of West Virginia said over the weekend that they don't believe Democrats should shut down the government over DACA . Mr. Trump ended protective status for 250,000 Salvadorans this week. This is what you need to know about TPS. In 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won two-thirds of the Latino vote and 89 percent of the black vote, according to exit polls . Read More »

Winter storm warning issued for Houston area


You should slow down and have winter-weather supplies in your vehicles. "The reason we have an advisory instead of a warning is just because of the amount of snow we expect", Satterwhite said. Those shopping at the Marble Falls H-E-B on January 15 were greeted with sparse grocery aisles, like this soup section, as residents reacted to a Winter Storm Warning by the National Weather Service for the following day. Read More »

US again accepting DACA renewal requests after judge bucks Trump

They don't want security at the border, there are people pouring in. "Nobody really wants it on either side". Now that some 700,000 DACA folks can regain their protections and permission to work in the US, there's less actual urgency. Republican Senator Jeff Flake said Sunday he was told about the remarks by colleagues who attended the meeting, before the news reports emerged. Everyone except a few people on the far fringe knows it would be wrong to deport these 800,000 so-called ... Read More »

Titans, Head Coach Mike Mularkey Agree To "Part Ways"


On Monday, two head-coaching spots were, for all intents and purposes, filled, and another one opened up. According to ESPN , Tennessee is the first team to change coaches following a Playoff Run in 15 years. "I look forward to working with whoever the next head coach is". Get prep sports breaking news alerts from the Gwinnett Daily Post staff delivered to your email. Read More »

The North American International Auto Show


The 2018 Detroit auto show features all the biggest automotive brands from around the world. Not all the biggest names present publicly, but many stop through for one-on-one meetings at the Cobo Center, said Muncey. Sales of new small cars also spiked after the hurricanes in Florida and Texas, when people who needed transportation quickly went for the most affordable cars they could find. Read More »

Shane Ross to miss Winter Olympics

The North's delegates include Kwon Hyok-bong, a senior culture ministry official, as well as Hyon Song-wol, the leader of the North's all-female Moranbong music band. The Winter Olympics have fewer events than the Summer Olympics, and North Korea's athletic contingent is bound to be small because few of them qualified to compete in the games. Read More »

I'm not a racist, says Trump on vulgar talk


Senate Minority Whip Richard J. Durbin (Ill.), who was the only Democrat representative in the Oval Office meeting, said on Friday that Trump did use the vulgar word, and not just once but in several occasions. "Negotiations broke down last week after the president reportedly referred to some Caribbean and African countries as "****holes. The bill would give DACA recipients a three-year renewable legal status, but no pathway to citizenship. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ FCC Listing Spotted Ahead Of MWC


Last year, we had seen the company cutting the bezels on top and bottom in its Galaxy S8 . It is rare for a smartphone to go on sale within the same week it has been announced and Samsung won't be bucking that trend it seems. The aspect ration of the phone is 18:5:9. The phone is also likely to offer a better audio experience what with AKG tuning the earphones as well as the stereo speakers. Read More »

Aziz Ansari Responds to Sexual Misconduct Allegation


Grace claimed that following an initial meeting at Ansari's apartment, and a whirlwind dinner at a NY restaurant, the pair travelled back to his apartment where he reportedly began "undressing her, then he undressed himself". Ultimately, we walk a thin line that can be moved without our knowledge. The Babe article and its depiction of Ansari's behavior are opportunities to talk about how social norms around how men treat women in the workplace, on date night or over iMessage are shifting. Read More »

Bitcoin drops below $12000 to six week low and then $11000


South Korea justice minister Park Sang-ki said on January 11: "There are great concerns regarding virtual currencies and the justice ministry is basically preparing a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading through exchanges". The Chinese authorities argue that cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin are attractive especially to illegal activities such as money laundering and fraud. Read More »

Kim Jong Un Fires Back After Trump's Nuclear Button Tweet


The war of words increased fears of a confrontation between the USA and North Korea , which was underscored over the weekend when a false alert dispatched to cellphones in Hawaii warned of an incoming ballistic missile. There must be state and federal investigations into what occurred, and immediate corrective action taken to ensure the people in Hawaii never have to go through anything like this again. Read More »

Snow expected Tuesday into Wednesday


But there's much uncertainty surrounding the forecast . Three to 5 inches of snow is possible in these areas. A hard freeze watch - meaning temperatures at or below 10 degrees - has been issued Tuesday night along and north of a line from Eastland to Denton to Paris. Read More »

White House doctor gives Trump 'excellent' bill of health


Jackson said that Trump, 71, stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 239 pounds, with a resting heart rate of 68 beats per minute. That's three pounds heavier than in September 2016. By the time he left office, Obama, who, like Mr. Trump, was then examined by Jackson, had lowered his cholesterol level, improved his lean body mass through his healthy diet and daily exercise, and remained tobacco-free. Read More »

Martin Luther King celebration held at Statehouse


Dozens of University of Houston - Downtown students spent their morning doing exactly what Martin Luther King, Jr . would've wanted them to do - serving. He dedicated himself to civil rights and other social issues, which our nation still faces to this day. "This is just another way to show that we're not just physically existing in this place but that we are a part of this larger area and community", he said. Read More »

DACA in limbo as Trump and lawmakers point fingers


Sen. John Cornyn, the second-highest ranking GOP senator, said that setting these caps has been hard so far because Democrats are attempting to attach codification of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration program, which prevents the deportation of undocumented immigrants that entered the country as minors, to the bill setting the caps. Read More »