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Thu, 12 Dec 2019 19:52:19 GMT
Donald Trump says Greta Thunberg should 'chill,' go to movies
US asks Pakistan to ensure 'full prosecution' and 'expeditious trial' of Hafiz Saeed
Judiciary panel to take first steps toward impeachment vote
The House Judiciary Committee was taking the first steps Wednesday evening toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, beginning a marathon two-day session to consider the historic charges. The Judiciary meeting is to mark up, or amend, the two articles of impeachment that Democrats introduced Tuesday. Those articles charge Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress related to his dealings with Ukraine.
Weinstein, his accusers reach a $25-million deal
6 dead, including shooters, in attack on US Jewish store
US detained 10k Indians in 2018 in bid to remove illegal aliens: Report
Pentagon suspends training of Saudis for security review
The Pentagon temporarily suspended operational training for Saudi military students in the United States following a shooting rampage last week by a Saudi air force officer. Saudi Arabian military students in the US will continue classroom instruction but operational training is halted pending a security review, senior officials said.
6 dead, including a cop and 2 suspects, in New Jersey shooting
Six people, including a police officer and two suspected gunmen, were killed in an hours-long shootout that unfolded on Tuesday afternoon near a cemetery and a kosher grocery store in Jersey City, New Jersey, police said. There was no immediate evidence the bloodshed was a hate crime or terror-related.
Democrats move two articles of impeachment accusing Donald Trump of high crimes and misdemeanors
Gabbard to skip December debate, even if she qualifies
In a Tweet on Monday the Hawaii Democrat said she would "instead choose to spend that precious time directly meeting with and hearing from the people of New Hampshire and South Carolina.''
US Democrats introduce two articles of impeachment against Trump
Democrats in the US House of Representatives introduced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Trump, a Republican, "sees himself as above the law," said Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler. "We must be clear, no one, not even the president, is above the law."
Trump, a Republican, "sees himself as above the law," said Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler. "We must be clear, no one, not even the president, is above the law."
US athlete who inspired 'ice bucket challenge' dies at 34
A former US college baseball player who helped inspire the global phenomenon known as the "ice bucket challenge" to tackle a deadly neurodegenerative disease has died at the age of 34. Pete Frates' struggle with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, was one of the inspirations behind the ice bucket challenge which took social media by storm in 2014.
Investigators want motorists' videos of UPS truck shooting
The shooting is being investigated by the state agency in part because it involved four police agencies and more than a dozen officers, whose chase of the UPS truck ended Thursday in a torrent of gunfire. Both suspects, the UPS driver and a passing motorist were killed during the shooting at a busy intersection during rush hour in southwestern Broward County.
America's influence, once so dominant, 'waning' under Trump
Three years into Donald Trump's presidency, America's global influence is waning. In interviews with the Associated Press, diplomats, foreign officials and scholars from numerous countries describe a changing world order in which the United States has less of a central role.
Donald Trump impeachment drive enters crucial week in divided Congress
Democrats accuse Trump of abusing his power by allegedly linking military aid for Ukraine and a White House meeting with President Volodymyr Zelensky to a request that Kiev investigate a potential 2020 rival, Democrat Joe Biden, and his son Hunter.
Saudi gunman tweeted against US before naval base shooting
Investigators are also trying to establish whether Saudi gunman Mohammed Alshamranin acted alone or was part of a larger plot. Alshamrani who was killed during the rampage at a classroom building Friday, was undergoing flight training at Pensacola, where members of foreign militaries routinely receive instruction.
Washington DC: US veterans join Indian-Americans to protest against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism
The demonstrators, representing different communities and backgrounds, gathered to voice their anguish and strong condemnation of Pakistan's policy and practices of state-sponsored terrorism directed against neighbouring India, and Afghanistan as well as some western countries, rally organiser Mohan Sapru said.
Trump warns North Korea has 'everything' to lose through hostile acts
Houston police sergeant shot and killed; suspect in custody
Houston mayor Sylvester Turner announced Sergeant Christopher Brewster's death at a media briefing late Saturday. Police officials said in a tweet that the 32-year-old officer was shot just before 6 pm. At the briefing, Houston police chief Art Acevedo said police received a call from a female victim who reported that her boyfriend was assaulting her and armed with two firearms. Police responding to the address didn't find the pair, but Brewster spotted them three streets away on Houston's east side.
E-registration kicks in for H-1B visa applications