The email was sent by Rick Dearborn , who is now Trump's deputy chief of staff. Dearborn's email was sent right around the same time Trump Jr. was coordinating a meeting with a Russian lawyer who was promising dirt on Hillary Clinton .
Amid strained relations between Islamabad and Washington, Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Thursday decided not to visit the USA and said that making Pakistan scapegoat will not help resolve Afghanistan issue. officials, disrupting peace efforts inside of Afghanistan". Pakistan on Thursday reiterated its support "to the people of Kashmir" in the background of U.S.
Airwars , an independent monitor that tracks casualties and US-led coalition airstrikes in Syria and Iraq, now estimates that a minimum of 5,000 civilians have likely been killed by coalition actions in Iraq and Syria since 2014. and Russian areas of operation) and found a way to continue our mission", Lieutenant General Jeffrey Harrigian, the top U.S. Air Force commander in the Middle East, said in an interview with news agency, adding that sometimes the phone calls are "tense".
No announcement on the fate of the monuments is planned during the visit, said Zinke spokeswoman Heather Swift. "The public deserves to see the complete list of recommendations that were sent to the White House", she said. Five national monuments in California, including one in Los Angeles' backyard, could be shrunk or eliminated entirely as part of a review of all large national monuments created since 1996.
Duitsman's analysis was based on photos released by North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Wednesday, which featured leader Kim Jong-un inspecting the Chemical Material Institute of the Academy of Defense Science, during which he ordered scientists there to produce more solid-fuel rocket engines and warhead tips for intercontinental ballistic missiles.
Sen. Susan Collins, a Maine Republican who did not support President Donald Trump as her party's presidential nominee in 2016, on Monday said it's unclear whether Trump will be the Republican nominee in 2020. It remains to be seen if the GOP can prove it can govern, Jordan said. Republicans ran for eight years on repealing Obamacare, yet with control over the White House, U.S.
When Congress reconvenes in September, it must pass a funding bill by the end of the month in order to avoid a shutdown. When asked about Republican Sen. The White House wants you to believe that a border wall is a national security necessity, but Trump's conversation with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto indicates otherwise.
Trump's job approval also sank to one of the lowest levels of his turbulent seven-month presidency, as respondents savaged his handling of racial issues following the deadly chaos that gripped the Virginia city, according to the latest Quinnipiac University Poll.
But that may change Thursday as the state prepares to execute 53-year-old Mark Asay, and with a drug that has never been used before in any USA execution. A total of 92 Florida inmates have been executed in that time period. McClain said Asay's sentence should also be negated based on the stricter standards Florida has set for juries that recommend the death penalty.
According to the cantonal police, 12 farm buildings, including barns and stables, had been destroyed by the flow of debris on Wednesday. Police said on they were unable to reach eight people in the area, six of whom had been reported missing by relatives, despite intensified searches by teams including an army helicopter outfitted with thermal sensing technology as well as rescue dogs.
A collision early on Monday with that oil tanker tore a large hole in the side of the McCain . Malaysian navy crews taking part in search efforts also found a body outside the vessel. Ships and aircraft from the Republic of Singapore Navy and Royal Malaysian Navy are involved in the effort, alongside two US Navy MH-60 Seahawk helicopters from amphibious assault ship USS America.
Now, they aren't speaking. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday undercut one of President Donald Trump's most-repeated claims, telling a group at the Louisville Chamber of Commerce that " most news is not fake ". The New York Times has a brand-new report out from Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin on how the relationship between Trump and McConnell has gone from "uneasy" alliance to "a feud of mutual resentment and sometimes outright hostility".
This is not a hate crime. "A disgruntled employee came back to his place of employment. with a gun and killed an individual in the restaurant, held another hostage for some time", Tecklenburg told reporters at the scene . After locking the door, the gunman announced he was the "new king" of Charleston . The gunman has been described as looking like "an ordinary grandpa, but he had a insane look".
While emphasizing Trump had yet to take a decision on the issue, Mattis signaled his personal support for a longstanding Ukrainian request for defensive weapons, which could include anti-tank Javelin missiles and anti-aircaft systems. Thus far the Pentagon says it has provided $750 million in non-lethal aid to Ukraine since 2015, which includes radars and uniforms. Meanwhile, the US continues to train with Ukraine's soldiers.
Amazon Prime members will also begin receiving "special savings" and other in-store benefits once the technology teams complete the integration of Prime into Whole Foods POS system. Back in June, Amazon announced its intentions to scoop up Whole Foods Market for $13.4 billion. Play Video - 2:15 Amazon buys Whole Foods: Will this change supermarkets forever? Amazon said Thursday that its takeover of Whole Foods will close on Monday, and its first order of business will be ...
Washington's decision to impose sanctions follows a unanimous vote earlier this month by the UN Security Council, supported by both Russian Federation and China , to impose additional sanctions on North Korea. The move to impose "secondary sanctions", or measures which stop short of targeting a state with traditional sanctions, but rather impose restrictions on individuals and companies within a country, drew the ire of China.
Some of the protesters refused to get out of the intersection, instead choosing to jump on the auto and beat it, the department went on. " The protesters surrounded the vehicle and began striking it with their hands and a flag pole", police spokeswoman Schron Jackson told the website.
Cabrera and Romine were ejected, but they were not alone. Since the only other catcher available for the Yankees is Sanchez, who was the DH, he'll catch and the Yankees will lose their designated hitter. That's could mean more trades of veteran players - Ian Kinsler and Justin Verlander will surely be on the market (if Verlander isn't dealt in the coming week) - and a tightening of the payroll purse strings.
The judge declined to grant a stay until DreamHost decides whether or not to appeal, saying that the company should begin providing the requested information to the government. Chief Judge Robert Morin, of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, acknowledged Thursday in court that he was struggling to balance First Amendment rights with the valid concerns of law enforcement enforcing a search warrant based on probable cause.
Dutch police on Thursday stepped up a probe into a suspected plan to attack a concert in the city by a United States rock band after a "concrete" tip-off from Spanish authorities. Spanish authorities had shared "specific" information on the threat with Rotterdam police, he said. Dutch bomb squad officials "were investigating the van" which was found just two streets away from the Maassilo concert hall where an American rock band were due to play, they added.