Check out some of these reactions to the Google Arts & Culture face match below. The app became the top downloaded iPhone app over the weekend, and landed in the top 10 on Android, according to analytics firm App Annie. "Nobody could possibly begin to understand how upset I am", about the app not being available in Chicago, wrote Catland Bukater on Twitter. Within the app, select the feature that allows you to "search art with your selfie".
The remarks went viral, although critics on the right suggested Booker was performing for the cameras and the Republican National Committee hit Booker for "mansplaining" to Nielsen. That language festers. When ignorance and bigotry is allied with power, it is a risky force in our country. "We know this from history and we know this from recent experiences in our communities, and it's outrageous to see it in the highest office in the land", said Booker.
He said opposition benches try to make changes to the bill had been "talking to a brick wall". It comes as the SNP slammed Scottish Conservative MPs for failing to "defend our national interest" by voting unanimously against amendments to the Bill in the Commons on Tuesday.
During the 1995 government shutdown, even private companies began to furlough workers as their contracts with the federal government were abruptly halted. The Justice Department says criminal litigation will continue without interruption "as an activity essential to the safety of human life and the protection of property".
Although reporters seemed skeptical, he said he found "no reason whatsoever" to think the president had any issues with his thought processes. "(H) e said 'My family was from one of those s-hole countries.' He used the word himself", Durbin continued, adding that Graham said, "'They came here with limited training, limited experience.
U.S. President Donald Trump arrives with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to speak to the media following the Congressional Republican Leadership retreat at Camp David, Maryland, U.S., January 6, 2018. Disapproval rates for the US have changed accordingly, beginning at 34 percent in Bush's last year and then dropping into the 20s throughout the Obama administration, and now spiking to 43 percent after year one under Trump .
Menendez pleaded not guilty to the charges, and following the announcement of a mistrial in November, said he will not forget those that doubted he would be vindicated. Mr. Menendez had been charged with 12 counts of corruption, including six counts of bribery and three counts of honest services fraud. Menendez also was charged with making false statements on his Senate financial disclosure forms.
The pontiff stepped in after Paula Podest Ruiz , 39, and Carlos Ciuffardi Elorriga , 41, explained how their planned ceremony could not go ahead - because their local church in Santiago had been heavily damaged in the country's 2010 quake.
Rep. K. Michael Conaway, R-Texas, who heads the Intelligence Committee's probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, described the memo as a list of "problems we have discovered with FISA", which is short for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, the law governing the collection of foreign intelligence on USA soil.
He said that the president has evolved in his thinking on the wall. Campaign to governing are two different things. On January 25, 2017, Trump signed the executive order to begin the construction of the border wall. "Even though Mexico has a significant problem with violence, it is plainly false that Mexico is the most unsafe country in the world", the ministry said in a statement .
More than 120 nations adopted the worldwide treaty last July. The Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty has been signed by 56 United Nations member states and ratified by four countries as of last fall. Kazakhstan has strengthened itself and its worldwide reputation "by renouncing nuclear weapons and obtaining nonaggression safeguards from nuclear powers", Nazarbaev told the council.
President Trump is feeding expectations that the federal government is heading toward a midnight shutdown with an early morning tweet Friday aimed at blaming Democrats if there is no deal. However, Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer claimed: "Democrats & Republicans have been negotiating for months across several issues". As the threat of a government shutdown gets dangerously close to turning into a reality, President Donald Trump's plans to head to his weekend White House at his ...
Minkler, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of IN, said IN a statement. Boucher has signed a plea agreement , although no court date has been set for the taking of his guilty plea and the imposition of any sentence, according to Minkler's office, which was assigned the case after the office of Russell Coleman, U.S.
The 37-year-old, who was sworn in last October, made global headlines when she slapped down pre-election questions over whether she meant to start a family, insisting pregnancy had no bearing on a woman's career opportunities. Ardern, who did not reveal whether she was expecting a boy or a girl, said she and Gayford previously had doubts they could conceive. New Zealand has long held a progressive reputation, having been the first country to give women the right to vote in 1893.
David Turpin has also pleaded not guilty to his additional charge of committing a lewd act on one of the female children by force, according to The Washington Post . The parents allegedly deprived the children of water and fed them small portions of food on a strict schedule. Punishments included being beaten and choked, Hestrin said.
The tough message risked putting a sour note at the end of a meeting created to show the strength of Anglo-French relations, despite the UK's exit from the EU. Negotiators from the UK government and the commission have spent nine months wrangling over the opening issues in the negotiations: the rights of of the 4.2 million UK and European citizens who have made lives in each other's territories; the divorce bill; and the thorny issue of how to avoid a hard border with Ireland once the UK ...
But last month, the Supreme Court let it take effect while the case is appealed. The latest travel ban says that the countries "remain deficient at this time with respect to their identity-management and information-sharing capabilities, protocols, and practices".
The PM will also take part in IGWEL - Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders. After Mrs May's spokesman said it was " wrong for the president to have done this ", he hit back on Twitter and told the British leader to not "focus on me, focus on the destructive radical Islamic terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom".
According to the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and the CDC is teetering on the edge of obesity at 29.9. The doctor said he had "absolutely no concerns" about Trump's cognitive abilities. 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.
The parties to the nuclear deal created a joint commission to handle any complaints of breaches. The council meeting was organized by Kazakhstan, which holds the council presidency this month and which after the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union made a decision to relinquish the world's fourth-largest nuclear arsenal.