This photo and sketch combo shows an undated photo provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office of Aaron Saucedo, left, and a July 2016 composite sketch provided by the Phoenix Police Department showing a suspect in a series of fatal shootings in Phoenix .
Irving police say Janeera Nickol Gonzalez, 20, was in the college's C Building, the Science Building, when she was shot and killed by 21-year-old Adrian Victor Torres, sending the campus into lock-down late in the morning of May 3. The college closed its campus for the rest of the day. They arrived at the two-year community college before noon and found the victim in one building and the suspect in another, officials said.
States that did not expand Medicaid under Obama's law are looking for additional funding for their programs. Sen. It may be even harder at this stage of the process: Several members of the House said they were counting on the Senate to modify things, but senators have less leeway to pass the buck in the same way.
Barron says it's "numbing" to see that a risky atmosphere could occur at a fraternity that prided itself on commitment to each other and the community. Timothy Piazza suffered fatal injuries when he fell down a set of stairs with his friends failing to get help for him for many hours, authorities claim.
As with the nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch, the White House solicited input from the Federalist Society and the Heritage Foundation, two institutions who loom large in the conservative legal firmament. Circuit Court of Appeals, and Justice David Stras, a former Clarence Thomas clerk and academic serving on the Minnesota Supreme Court, will be nominated to the 8th U.S.
Trump said in an interview with The Washington Examiner that also aired on Sirius XM radio. He claimed that Jackson was " really angry" about the conflict between abolitionists and the Confederacy, without mentioning the fact that the 19th-century president was a slave owner himself, and that Trump was now at the site of the very plantation Jackson owned.
In his meeting on Thursday with Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, Mr Trump said the existing United States system was failing. 'We have a failing healthcare, ' Mr Trump said . Mr Turnbull said the alliance with the U.S. was built on "almost a century of shared service and sacrifice". " Thank you, Mr. President , we'll quote you on the floor of the Senate".
Yates also stood by her judgment that Trump's travel ban was unconstitutional and her decision for the DOJ not to defend it in court. The Flynn case re-emerged to dog the administration on Monday, when Yates testified to Congress that she met with White House counsel Donald McGahn on January 26 and told him that Flynn was compromised and open to possible Russian blackmail.
The majority of Saucedo's alleged attacks took place past year when seven were shot dead and two others were wounded over a four-month period - March to July - in a predominately Latino neighborhood in the Phoenix area. An attorney for Saucedo did not return a call seeking comment. Authorities said Saucedo's violence began on August 12, 2015. Police say that unlike later victims, who appear to have been chosen at random, Romero had a personal connection to Saucedo: At the time he was ...
He has been charged with 26 additional felony counts, police said. There is no known correlation between the victims and the suspect, police said. "Today we are closer to providing them the justice they deserve", Williams said. She said he preferred playing basketball with friends to partying.
Trump had campaigned on a promise to do away with Obama-era environmental protections that he said were hobbling energy development and undermining USA national security without providing any tangible benefits, cheering industry but enraging environmental advocates.
President Donald Trump tweeted his support Sunday for the American Health Care Act, which was approved last week by the Republican majority in the House of Representatives. "I feel so confident", Trump said at the Rose Garden, according to a transcript. "And we had no support from the other party". The House State Affairs Committee took no action on House Bill 2899 , killing its chances of making it before a full chamber for a vote.
But Jackson's call for free speech didn't square with Nweze's claims this week that the school threatened to silence faculty members and to withhold degrees and fine students "for freedom of expression". Trump added a signing statement last week to the federal budget bill that could disregard funding for historically black colleges. DeVos has been harshly criticized among advocates of HBCUs as a effect of a press statement she issued during this year's Black History Month observance in ...
The driver of the tractor, Kenneth Mosher , 66, was rushed to the hospital, where he died of his injuries. Soules abandoned his truck in the ditch and left the scene on foot, the report said. The Buchanan County Sheriff says they are still investigating the accident. Soules was arrested at 1:16 a.m. on Tuesday morning and was taken into police custody.
Comey said Wednesday that Federal Bureau of Investigation agents had found emails on a laptop computer used by Anthony Weiner , the husband of a top Clinton aide, and thought they might include some missing emails from Clinton's first months at the State Department.
The EB-5 program allows foreign nationals to obtain green cards if they invest as little as $500,000 in a USA development project that would create jobs. "Sorry, this is a private event", said a man stopping journalists from entering a function room at the Four Seasons Hotel in Shanghai. As the Post noted, she encouraged investors to apply for U.S.
The US President said that increased energy production of federal lands and waters boosts the security and decreases dependence on imported energy. This new executive order was part of Trump's so-called "America-First Offshore Energy Strategy", which posits that allowing drilling in federally-owned waters will give the USA a better shot at full energy independence, as well as creating a wealth of new jobs.
West Virginians for Affordable Health Care is on record in calling for controlling health care costs. Now Republicans say the Act is unsustainable because premiums are rising and insurers are pulling out. Joe Manchin, a Democratic ACA supporter who nevertheless has been just conservative enough to keep his seat in his red state. Medicaid that serves the most vulnerable - seniors, people with disabilities and about 60 percent of West Virginia children - will be decimated.
At each stop, they were required to drink an enormous amount of alcohol. A member of the frat called 911 at around 10.48am, but Piazza later died in hospital. The university, having conducted its own investigation, permanently banned Beta Theta Pi this spring. "One brother shoved the newly initiated member into a wall and said they had it under control".
Comey said on Wednesday the probe into whether Russian hacking activities and American citizens was a classified investigation in its early stages - far different from the nearly completed email probe. Nevertheless, many Democrats felt that the damage had already been done and, in fact, Clinton on Tuesday blamed Comey for her election loss. The Clinton investigation was revealed to Congress 11 days before the election, after further emails were found on a former congressman's laptop, while ...
Jim Pierce with Two Bear Air Rescue says search teams have seen an adult black bear and two cubs in the area where Connelly was last believed to be. He goes onto say that Maddie is a strong woman, and out of any of the grandchildren in the family, "if you had to pick one to be you know out in the wilderness for five days you'd pick her".
They view numerous monuments as being opportunities for the government to snatch up land, despite the feelings of local residents. "Eliminating or shrinking the 55 national monuments designated during the last 21 years would short-circuit the will of local residents, hunters, anglers, business owners and recreationists who campaigned, in some cases for decades, for these monument designations", the National Wildlife Federation said in a statement .
A May Day gathering grew unruly in Portland, Oregon, where a group of black-clad protesters roamed downtown streets in the late afternoon, setting fires, breaking storefront windows, throwing projectiles and vandalizing a police cruiser. "This year specifically, a lot of our communities - immigrants, working people, Muslims - we feel like the current administration's policies have been attacking us", Yu said.
The West Mims fire has grown by about 4,000 acres, pushing it across Highway 94 at Boggy Break according to the Okeefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. George. According to the Incident Information System, the St. George evacuation area has now been updated to include Canaday Loop and Moniac residents.
Ten additional members face other charges, including hazing, tampering with evidence and furnishing alcohol to minors. Police said he fell head first down 15 basement steps at around 11 p.m., but first responders were not called until nearly 12 hours later.
Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. The judges did not issue a ruling Monday. The hearing marked the first time a legal challenge to the revised executive order has reached a court of appeals after being blocked by two federal judges in March.
Before Kushner joined the Trump administration as a senior adviser, the news agency added, his family firm raised some $50 million through the EB-5 program for a Trump-branded luxury apartment building in New Jersey. EMILY RAUHALA: She opened with an anecdote about her family saying, you know, we started out as refugees, and we've since, you know, made it. CNN Money reported that Kushner's sister, Nicole Kushner Meyer, spoke at the event on Saturday in Beijing and was seeking wealthy ...
Thomas was the subject of a nationwide amber alert when she disappeared on March 13. DailyMail.com has reported that Thomas was admitted to a special treatment centre for trauma victims, rather than return to the home with her father. His feet tethered by chains, Cummins shuffled into a federal courtroom in Nashville carrying a few pieces of paper. Cummins "did not merely flee with the victim - he took numerous measures to hide both his and his victim's location throughout the course of ...
The same could be said about the Republicans' plan to give people health care "choices". The CBO concluded after reviewing an earlier version of the House bill that an estimated 24 million consumers would lose coverage over 10 years. The House doesn't care about those who can not afford reasonably priced health insurance. Regarding the May 5 news article "Health care bill clears House; Senate fate iffy": Allow me to be the first to congratulate congressional Republicans.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to review the designation of dozens of national monuments of federal lands. Environmentalists, conservationists and the outdoor recreation industry are expressing concern over President Donald Trump's decision to review the law giving him power to designate lands as national monuments.
The order instructs Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to review a plan dictating which federal sites are open to drilling. The order not only calls for a new five-year drilling plan, but it also reverses Obama's move to place certain Arctic waters permanently off-limits.
Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, said, "I just want to make sure we have some women on it". But several prominent Senate Democrats, including Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., have indicated they'd be willing to work on fixes on Obamacare. "Everybody's at the table". President Donald Trump walks from Marine One across the South Lawn to the White House in Washington , Sunday, May 7, 2017, as he returns from Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), the Senate minority leader, speaking at an unrelated news conference, also criticized the new health care bill, saying he was concerned the measure would make it more hard for Americans with pre-existing health conditions to find affordable coverage.
House Speaker Paul Ryan paid a visit to Harlem Success Academy on the heels of his successful push to pass a Republican-backed health care plan that threatens to leave 1 million New Yorkers without coverage - waving to throngs of protesters and hailing the school as "special".
A recent sales pitch by White House adviser Jared Kushner's sister to potential Chinese investors that centered on a controversial visa program came "very, very close to solicitation of a bribe", a former presidential ethics adviser told NBC News.
Gary DiBileo, Jr. was released on $100,000 unsecured bail. At the end of March, he announced the university would no longer allow daylong parties, and it would limit the number of parties with alcohol that each sorority and fraternity can host - 10 per semester, down from the current 45.
LaMar vowed his family would continue searching for their daughter. But in this case, the prosecution's gamble paid off, and even resulted in convictions on three counts of attempted kidnappings at a Safeway in Morgan Hill where Garcia-Torres formerly worked as a checkout clerk.
Numerous shootings took place in southwest Phoenix, with the victims targeted as they stood outside homes or walked about the area's predominantly Latino, working-class neighborhoods. All but one of the killings took place in a predominantly Latino neighborhood between March and July of 2016. 'When it became apparent there was a serial shooter terrorizing our communities, our investigators did not rest.
Trump fired Ms. Yates for announcing that she was against his immigration executive order and would not enforce it. Monday's hearing was her first appearance on Capitol Hill since her firing. The Associated Press meanwhile reported last week that one sign taken as a warning by Obama administration officials about Flynn's contacts with Kislyak was a request by a member of Trump's own transition team made to national security officials in the Obama White House for the classified Central ...
But senior White House adviser Steve Bannon and Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt have called to withdraw, as Trump had promised during the presidential campaign. Both men have this week pressed Trump to stay on board. "Using our brand to advocate for this important issue - in addition to Tiffany's long-term goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 - is one of the most important actions we can take", Kamadoli Costa said in a statement.
Burgon Sealy Jr.'s only prior criminal record before this incident appears to be a 2013 arrest in Volusia County, Florida, on felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon and misdemeanor possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, according to online court records.
Susan Garsh said case law in MA has long established that defendants who have not had the merits of their appeals decided before they die have the right to have their convictions vacated. Thompson says he has recent correspondence from Hernandez in which the former New England Patriots tight end said he was interested in pursuing an appeal.
The fishing boat, who reportedly carried six crew members, is on its way to return to a port at Guryongpo, North Gyeongsang Province, said the CFC. This is published unedited from the IANS feed . "Both ships were able to navigate under their own power". "The carrier strike group participated in the Republic of Korea-United States Combined Forces Command eight week-long Foal Eagle exercise, a series of military drills conducted by US and South Korean air, ground, naval, and special ...
The drilling restrictions, which were put into place a year ago by Mr Obama, were set to expire in 2022. Additionally, the directive calls for determining whether energy or mineral exploration can occur within Pacific and Atlantic marine sanctuaries.
Eric Barron, the president of Penn State, responded to the grand jury's findings with a statement expressing horror and determination to enforce strict new rules. Fraternity members turned over security camera footage to police and have gone to court to recover it. Piazza died February 4 as a result of a traumatic brain injury.
Obama fired Flynn in 2014 because of his disruptive management style, and personally warned Trump against naming Flynn as national security adviser. "That may be why it took him 18 days, until it became public, to get rid of Mike Flynn, who was a danger to this republic".
He said the whole issue can not be ignored by terming it as a technical snag. Urging all political parties to take the issue of EVM-tampering seriously, Sisodia said the election process was the very foundation of democracy and must be protected.
Maryland U.S. District Court Judge Theodore D. Chuang had written in his March ruling that the "history of public statements continues to provide a convincing case that the objective of the Second Executive Order remains the realization of the long-envisioned Muslim ban".
Manning, a transgender woman, was serving an unprecedented 35-year sentence for whistleblowing and was forced to serve her sentence in an all-male prison. The Department of Defense has repeatedly declined to comment on Manning's treatment in prison. The information, largely comprised of military and diplomatic documents, included evidence of civilian deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S.
Labrador will have plenty of Republican competition. Labrador will face, according to the Washington Post, a somewhat crowded GOP primary field that includes Lieutenant Governor Brad Little; a former state senator; and a Boise businessman.