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Ex-Obama Advisor, Susan Rice, gets targeted for Political Surveillance

The law requires that identities of USA persons picked up or mentioned during the course of foreign surveillance be masked; that is, that they be shielded from people reading the reports. The list reportedly revealed the names of individuals tightly-affiliated with Trump , including the names of people related to Trump . President Barack Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice is in the center of a political storm this week, drawn in by new revelations about her handling of ... Read More »

Anti-Trump, pro-Trump groups clash at protest in Berkeley

After Trump supporters said they would hold a "Patriot Day" rally , counter-protesters chose to hold a rally at the same place. In Berkeley , California, police arrested 13 people after fist fighting erupted at a park where about 200 people from differing political factions held separate rallies for and against Trump. Read More »

Hop to it: Annual Easter Egg Hunt held at Bemidji High School


The egg hunts I attended with my children when they were little weren't quite this insane, but I do remember lots of parents out there "helping" their kids and making sure their haul was substantial. Cal Vicki, 314-566-4949. This hunt, all ears as visually impaired children search for the eggs making a beeping noise. 21 at Old Hwy. He said the hunt is divided by age categories. Read More »

Easter Egg Hunt In Brownsville

Those that didn't get eggs had a chance at a cookie as a consolation prize at the end of the event. Pallion Traders are working in partnership with the Parker Trust and Pallion Action Group to organise an Easter Egg Hunt on Wednesday 12 April, as part of family activities over the school holidays. Read More »

Mass evacuation in Syria to proceed after deadly blast


Yasser Abdellatif, a member of the powerful Ahrar al-Sham group which negotiated the deal, said at least 30 rebels were killed in the explosion. Assad's Alawite religious minority is often considered an offshoot of Shi'ite Islam.He has been backed militarily by Russian Federation, and by Shi'ite fighters from Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah group in Syria's six-year-old conflict.Assad has the military advantage over rebels in the west thanks to Russia's intervention in 2015, although the ... Read More »

A Few Showers Around Easter Sunday


Monday: Rain chances stick around for the afternoon, with a 20% chance for isolated showers and storms around the Big Country. Winds will stay out of the south around 10 to 20 miles per hour. Easter Sunday will wrap up the weekend with more sunshine and warm temperatures. Partly sunny, with a high near 76. Chance of precipitation is 40 percent, the weather service says. Read More »

What Does Jared Kushner Do? Trump's Son-In-Law Sets Up Meetings With China

Kushner was on the last day of a two-day trip to Iraq as the guest of Marine General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the USA military's Joint Chiefs of Staff. Kushner's role during this hard time is to obtain updates on the situation as well as to provide an official message of support from the Trump administration . Read More »

Arkansas' controversial plan to execute eight men halted by courts

District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas via AP). Arkansas officials on Saturday challenged this order at the state Supreme Court, dismissing the company's demand that they return the drug and arguing that "McKesson willingly sold a drug to the 1/8Arkansas Department of Corrections3/8 and then experienced seller's remorse". Read More »

Federal judge in Arkansas halts execution of seven death row inmates

U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker on Saturday granted a preliminary injunction requested by the inmates to block the executions. The state reacted to her decision by filing federal court appeals Saturday. They produce amnesia for patients heading into medical procedures, relax muscles to the point that they don't interfere with knife-wielding surgeons and regulate heart rhythms in cardiac patients. Read More »

North Korean missile explodes during launch

The US Defence Secretary, Jim Mattis, said that President Trump was aware of the launch but would not be making any comment. The device exploded nearly immediately after takeoff. On April 5, the North launched what is thought to be a KN-15 medium-range ballistic missile which fell into the Sea of Japan after flying for 60 kilometers. Read More »

Charleston church shooter pleads guilty to separate murder charges


We're just as sorry as we could be. "I watched my son come into this world, and I watched my son leave this world". Dylann Roof, 21, is shown in a mug shot from Charleston County Sheriff's Office on June 18, 2015. However, Gergel said he would unseal some descriptions of Roof's broad "social interactions with family members and friends". Roof even joined the church Bible study group for 40 minutes before finally pulling the trigger over "75 times...reloading seven times" as he stood over ... Read More »

Did Democrats win a moral victory in Kansas?

Republican state Treasurer Ron Estes will represent the Kansas 4th congressional district replacing Mike Pompeo, who Trump named as Central Intelligence Agency director. "The Democratic leadership came in last weekend, we started getting help", Thompson said. "We've sent a message that no Republican district in this country is safe". Read More »

Illegal Border Crossings Continue Their Plunge Under Trump

Bidding for the border wall closed on Tuesday with numerous largest engineering and construction firms declining to submit proposals , CNN reported, possibly forcing the administration to rely on smaller firms, which may not have the necessary resources to complete the massive project as efficiently. Read More »

One of Neil Gorsuch's First Major Decisions Could Be About Lunch


Gorsuch, who also clerked for the late Justice Byron White, a fellow Coloradan, fills the seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia previous year. Mr. Levey said the liberal groups weren't strategically successful, despite proving they can capture the ear of Democrats in Congress. So, Democrats who may lament this institutional deterioration, I think there's a lot of history here that can't be explained away. Read More »

Wilson and Williams lead Capitals over Maple Leafs in OT


Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin (8) celebrates his goal with center Nicklas Backstrom (19) and right wing T.J. Oshie (77) against the Toronto Maple Leafs during the second period in Game 2 of an NHL Stanley Cup first. "We'll try to do that in Game 3". Polak's leg bent the wrong way on landing after a hit from Orpik, and he couldn't put any weight on it. Coach Mike Babcock confirmed the veteran was done for the season. Read More »

Donald Trump's White House will keep visitor logs secret from public

In an attempt to compel the White House to continue the Obama-era practice of releasing White House visitor logs, a group of government watchdog groups filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration earlier this month. Trump administration officials said that they will no longer maintain it, saving taxpayers $70,000 by 2020, the daily added. But Obama also was hit with an open records lawsuit before he started releasing visitor names. Read More »

Arkansas plan to execute eight inmates halted by USA judge

Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen granted a temporary restraining order after the drug company said its product, vercurium bromide, was acquired by the Arkansas Department of Correction with the understanding it would be used for medical purposes, not executions. Read More »

North Korea missile test ends in failure, South Korean officials say

US Pacific Command said it tracked a missile launch at 5:21 p.m. ET and said the missile blew up nearly immediately. North Korea has warned the USA that if provoked it would launch a missile that can strike its mainland but officials and experts believe that the country is some time away from mastering all the necessary technology. Read More »

North Korea test fires unidentified missile which fails

Kim Jong Un didn't speak before North Korean television ended the live broadcast. Amid rising regional tensions, Pyongyang residents have been preparing. The event, which appeared to include new intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missiles, was a deliberate show of strength. The parade also included large rockets covered by canisters in two different types of transporter erector launcher trucks, or TELs. Read More »

Trump Must Do More to Stabilize 'Obamacare,' Insurers Say


This move could result in insurers offering plans with lower premiums but higher deductibles. They didn't want the idea of people getting thrown in jail for not having health insurance. But that takes good marketing, which the Trump administration stopped before the 2017 enrollment period ended. But a key concern has yet to be addressed. Read More »

Officials review Jakubowski's capture

During the search, a mobile phone video was posted online claiming to show Jakubowski mailing a 161-page conspiracy-laced manifesto to the White House. "What I find unique about this was that he. called for a revolution and for the masses to rise up, and for those who he felt were enslaved to free themselves, as he put it", Spoden said. Read More »

4 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

Anti and pro-Donald Trump supporters clash during competing demonstrations at Martin Luther King Jr. At least 100 people from both camps eventually moved out of the park and continued fighting in the city's streets. Nancy Traver, of Silver Spring, Maryland, who was at the Washington march said, "Every president, Democratic and Republican for years has showed, has revealed his tax returns, so why shouldn't Trump?" Stewart Rhodes, founder of the citizen militia group known as the Oath ... Read More »

USA attorney general outlines immigration crackdown

The Trump administration appears to have mischaracterized the role of police departments in helping combat illegal immigration. It is here on this sliver of land, on this border, where we first take our stand. Despite the declining apprehensions, Sessions defended the need for a wall, describing it as "a force multiplier" to deter future illegal immigration. Read More »

Teacher, student killed in California school shooting

They wish to thank the community for the outpouring of support and prayers. Valles is still struggling with how she's going to break the news of his teacher's death to him. She didn't mention that she had left her husband. When she broke free, she had bruises on both arms, the document read. "She decided she needed to leave him". Read More »