WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A top adviser to President Donald Trump indicated Sunday that Trump is prepared to issue the first veto of his term if Congress votes to disapprove of his declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border.White House senior adviser Stephen Miller told “Fox News Sunday” that “the president is going to protect his national emergency declaration.” Asked if that meant Trump was ready to veto, Miller added, “He’s going to protect his national emergency declaration, guaranteed.”
A federal judge in a closed hearing questioned where Paul Manafort’s loyalties lie considering that he gave false statements to investigators to shield a conspirator in a pro-Russian lobbying effort.Judge Amy Berman Jackson in federal court in Washington, D.C., earlier this week said that because Manafort lied to investigators on three occasions, prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller are not bound by a prior deal to give him a lighter sentence in exchange for his cooperation.
The official statement from Sochi included a 17-point statement that was released on Friday. The three powers discussed developments since their last meeting in Tehran on September 7. They sought to “strengthen the trilateral coordination” in light of their agreements about Syria. Unsurprisingly they emphasized the importance of the “sovereignty” of Syria, and its “territorial integrity,” wording that has been meant to challenge the US role in eastern
Below-normal temperatures will accompany bouts of rain and snow across the western United States through next week.”A stormy pattern with chilly air will continue for the Pacific states and into the Southwest through the middle of next week and beyond,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Jack Boston said.While California residents can breath a sigh of relief that no storms bringing a repeat of last week’s wind, rain and snow are forecast, the chilly, unsettled weather can put a damper on continued cleanup and power restoration efforts.A cold system will dive southward along the Pacific Coast into the end the weekend.
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A gunman opened fire in an industrial warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, on Friday, killing five people and wounding five police officers before he was slain, law enforcement officials said.Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman said the gunman, identified as Gary Martin, 45, was an employee at the industrial complex.
President Trump declared a national emergency on Friday, however the ACLU announced its intention to sue.
It looks like the NFL blinked.An agreement was made in the Colin Kaepernick collusion case, his attorney, Mark Geragos, announced on Twitter. Geragos didn’t include any details of the settlement, but did say there had been active dialogue between the two parties, leading to an agreement. The NFL released the same statement, citing a confidentiality agreement as to why no details would be given.