• High Court Reinstates Key Parts of Travel Ban
High Court Reinstates Key Parts of Travel Ban

The decision by the supreme court to hear the Trump administration's appeal of the federal court rulings in the autumn sets up a major constitutional challenge for the nine-member court who will have to decide about the constitutionality of the United States president's power over immigration and national security matters.

Read more

  • Calif. bans travel to 4 more 'anti-LGBT' states
Calif. bans travel to 4 more 'anti-LGBT' states

Last week, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced that Kentucky was one of several states to be banned from official state-funded travel due to laws that he said discriminated agaisnt LGBT people. of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO). "The law allows student-led school clubs and organizations the right to refuse membe...

Read more

  • USA says it will work with travel industry to implement travel ban
USA says it will work with travel industry to implement travel ban

In the meantime, the court will allow a limited version of the ban to take effect. The ban, which bars people from Iran , Libya , Somalia , Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the U.S. This means that students attending American universities, employees of USA -based companies, or any person with a family member in the US can continue to tr...

Read more

  • Officer injured, San Francisco mall closed following fight
Officer injured, San Francisco mall closed following fight

Cellphone videos recorded by bystanders at the scene and later shared on social media captured people running in panic and screaming inside the mall crammed with shoppers and dozens of responding police officers. The first officers to arrive called for backup, Officer Robert Rueca said. Police said some in the mall resisted or fled while officers...

Read more

  • Supreme Court last day notable for what was and wasn't said
Supreme Court last day notable for what was and wasn't said

Before the Supreme Court justices begin their long summer break, they're poised to act on the Trump administration's travel ban and a separation of church and state dispute involving a Missouri church playground. The cases were both argued before Gorsuch came to the court in April and apparently left the other eight justices evenly divided ....

Read more

  • MMA: But for one punch, Penn picked apart in loss
MMA: But for one punch, Penn picked apart in loss

But actually one of my buddies walked up to me, Leroy Padilla, and he said, 'B.J., you've got to fight again.' I was like, 'What are you talking about, man?' From that moment, over time, one or two days, I was like, 'Let's do it again'. Siver, who was more aggressive in the first five minutes, rebounded from the second round knockdown, to once agai...

Read more

  • Trump gets go ahead for partial travel ban
Trump gets go ahead for partial travel ban

The travel ban also allowed Trump's 120-day block of all refugees, and the Supreme Court's decision addressed them similarly. "Today's ruling allows me to use an important tool for protecting our Nation's homeland". The ruling also said it would permit a 120-day ban on all refugees entering the USA to go into effect, allowing the government...

Read more

  • Remnants Of Cindy: Heavy Rain, Storms Expected In Middle Tennessee
Remnants Of Cindy: Heavy Rain, Storms Expected In Middle Tennessee

The low at night will be near 71. The exact track of the storm remains uncertain, but flash flood watches and warnings are possible, the weather service said . Flooding will be a big concern as a frontal system stretches from along coastal sections of the northeast southwestward across the Mid-Atlantic to the Tennessee and Lower Mississippi Va...

Read more

  • Flint airport officer stabbed during attack out of hospital
Flint airport officer stabbed during attack out of hospital

Neville seemed to be in good spirits. The FBI say Amor Ftouhi, a Tunisian national with Canadian citizenship, attacked Neville with a 12 inch "Amazon Jungle Survival Knife" while yelling "Allahu Akbar". Mark Young, the Genesee County Commissioner, posted a photo of Lt Neville on Facebook in the hospital with a cup of coffee from his favorite plac...

Read more

  • Five Republican senators now oppose health care bill as written
Five Republican senators now oppose health care bill as written

Additionally, about 20 percent of Medicaid spending goes to provide nursing home care, including for middle-class seniors whose savings have been exhausted - a situation nearly any of us might confront. But the human consequences could be politically volatile. With the GOP health care process in jeopardy, the White House appeared to be ramping up...

Read more

  • TSA pulls giant lobster from suitcase at Boston airport
TSA pulls giant lobster from suitcase at Boston airport

Testing began in Kansas City, Mo.in May and had passengers remove all reading material and paper from their carry-ons, but it was not a success and was stopped after mere days, the Wall Street Journal reported . "It's always been a series of insults", Julie Sze, a University of California professor who experienced the test procedure at Sacrament...

Read more

  • Trump launches into raging morning tweetstorm on Obama, Russia, and 'collusion'
Trump launches into raging morning tweetstorm on Obama, Russia, and 'collusion'

On Monday, the President tried to say his predecessor was actually the one who "colluded or obstructed" (take your pick, apparently) because he was aware that Russian Federation had meddled in the election. Trump's attacks on Mr. Obama were "a transparent effort to distract from the awful impact of their [Obamacare] repeal bill". White Hous...

Read more

  • Boston visitors hurt in New Orleans attack; 1 hospitalized
Boston visitors hurt in New Orleans attack; 1 hospitalized

Nearly simultaneously, another man delivers a swift blow Byrne's head, at which point he collapses to the ground face first. The attacker quickly rummages through the motionless victim's pockets as two other men run up and appear to help rob both victims.

Read more

  • Mosquito spraying operations start this week in Ada County
Mosquito spraying operations start this week in Ada County

The provincial government is out with a warning about the West Nile Virus advising the risk of contracting it this summer in Saskatchewan has increased. Boone said the number of nuisance mosquitoes is driven by rain while West Nile carrying mosquitoes like hot, dry conditions. People over the age of 50 are more susceptible to complications that inc...

Read more

  • Mayor Fischer attending US Conference of Mayors
Mayor Fischer attending US Conference of Mayors

Levine says Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris agreement won't stop his city's efforts to improve infrastructure and prepare for climate change. This growing list of cities most recently includes Columbia, South Carolina, which this week unanimously voted to transition entirely to clean, renewable energy by 2036.

Read more

  • Supreme Court agrees to hear religious liberty case next term
Supreme Court agrees to hear religious liberty case next term

Masterpiece owner Jack Phillips informed the couple that, because of his religious beliefs, it was his standard business practice to refuse to provide cakes for same-sex weddings. On Monday, after the revelry had quieted and everyone had returned to work, news broke of a new fight in the battle against anti-gay discrimination , or, conversely, ...

Read more

  • Wash. Democratic Senator To Lobby Colleagues In Opposition of Healthcare Plan
Wash. Democratic Senator To Lobby Colleagues In Opposition of Healthcare Plan

And several lawmakers acknowledge that getting majority support will be tough. Senate Republicans struggling to boost support for their " Obamacare " repeal bill were dealt a damaging blow Monday with the release of a non-partisan report forecasting that the plan would leave 22 million more Americans uninsured by 2026.

Read more

  • Case of gay couple's wedding cake heads to Supreme Court
Case of gay couple's wedding cake heads to Supreme Court

The couple sued, saying that Phillips' faith does not give him a right to discriminate, and a Colorado court found that Phillips had discriminated against the men under Colorado law. In addition to the lawsuit against Colorado, New Mexico has also filed a lawsuit in federal court against the EPA and the owners of the Gold King Mine that seeks more ...

Read more

  • Schumer calls for all-senators meeting on health care
Schumer calls for all-senators meeting on health care

Congressman Brian Mast is completely on board with dramatically reducing the Consumer Protection Agency's ability to stop companies from breaking the law, according to Consumer's Union, and supports the passage of the American Health Care Act .

Read more

  • Hertz and Avis are jumping after news of big tech partnerships
Hertz and Avis are jumping after news of big tech partnerships

Self-driving auto fleets are at once a threat to rental vehicle companies like Avis and an opportunity for them to expand their role in an emerging market, albeit not as a company interacting directly with consumers but more as a backend-service provider.

Read more

  • Offense, Davies lead Milwaukee to series finale victory at Atlants
Offense, Davies lead Milwaukee to series finale victory at Atlants

Broxton had a big day hitting a solo home run in the second inning and singling home two runs in the third. Phillips celebrated his son Micah's fourth birthday by wearing special cleats adorned with his son's name and favorite cartoon characters.

Read more

  • Trump to meet with telecom CEOs
Trump to meet with telecom CEOs

Michael Kratsios, the White House's deputy chief technology officer, told reporters the goal of the sessions is to find ways the United States "can maintain its leadership creating and fostering entirely new technologies that will drive our economic growth".

Read more

  • Four Republican senators spurn draft GOP health bill
Four Republican senators spurn draft GOP health bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said he's willing to alter the measure to attract support, and next week promises plenty of back-room bargaining as he tries pushing a final package through his chamber. It would also slap annual spending caps on the overall Medicaid program, which since its inception in 1965 has provided state...

Read more

  • Mystery of missing Chinese scholar shakes up Illinois school
Mystery of missing Chinese scholar shakes up Illinois school

The FBI said its search for Yingying was a top priority while discussing the agency's efforts during a campus meeting Thursday night. According to police, Zhang was last seen on June 9 getting into a black Saturn Astra in Urbana. He said specifics about the investigation wouldn't be shared "in order to maintain its integrity and direction". Z...

Read more

  • Professor says N. Korea detainee got what he 'deserved'
Professor says N. Korea detainee got what he 'deserved'

After Warmbier's death, Trump said on Twitter that China had failed to rein in North Korea , a comment that suggested he was weighing new options to deal with a regime that's vowed to develop nuclear weapons capable of striking the US mainland.

Read more

  • NJ college fires professor over comments made on Tucker Carlson Tonight
NJ college fires professor over comments made on Tucker Carlson Tonight

She addressed the matter with school officials Tuesday, three days before the firing was announced. Durden appeared on Tucker's show earlier this month, and the two of them ended up in a major shouting match over a Black Lives Matter Memorial Day event that was exclusive to African Americans.

Read more

  • Judge hears arguments over funding for the Legislature
Judge hears arguments over funding for the Legislature

The question they asked, through their lawyers: Can a governor veto the appropriation for the Legislature as a way to return lawmakers to the bargaining table? Dayton signed much of the $46 billion spending package but zeroed out funding for the Legislature itself, trying to force lawmakers to rework costly provisions of a $650 million tax bill a...

Read more

  • At least 9 dead in Boko Haram attacks in northeast Nigeria
At least 9 dead in Boko Haram attacks in northeast Nigeria

After suffering the fifth attack on its campus this year by mainly women/girls suicide bombers, a number of security measures were yesterday announced to shield the University of Maiduguri . "One of the security agents died on the spot and three others were rushed to the hospital with various degrees of injuries". Residents of Maiduguri who cele...

Read more

  • Trump 'is leaving open the possibility' conversations with Comey were taped: adviser
Trump 'is leaving open the possibility' conversations with Comey were taped: adviser

If someone is taping without Mr. Trump's knowledge, the USA has bigger problems than presidential trolling. It seems like the administration - which has been toying with the idea of firing Mueller for weeks - had made a decision to take a more delicate approach by making sure there was public support for Mueller's ouster before delivering the...

Read more

  • Man catches teen falling from park ride: 'It's OK to let go'
Man catches teen falling from park ride: 'It's OK to let go'

So there's a big possibility that this girl chose to be an idiot and leave her seat during the ride - which is probably the case, and probably why she ended up hanging from her neck. Howard did just that after the girl wiggled free, hit a tree , and fell more than 20 feet into his arms. "She was crying for about a half-hour after".

Read more

  • S. Koreans march to protest USA missile defence system
S. Koreans march to protest USA missile defence system

North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that the United States believes could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile, a U.S. Disturbing footage has emerged of two North Korean citizens being brutally beaten by officials from Kim Jong-un's dictatorship. A spokesman for the regime called the beli...

Read more

  • Adjunct who posted about N. Korea detainee won't be rehired
Adjunct who posted about N. Korea detainee won't be rehired

The state said Warmbier slipped into a coma after contracting botulism and taking a sleeping pill, and that he had to be resuscitated. The 22-year-old's family alleges he was tortured. Some 2,000 people attended a funeral for Warmbier Thursday at Wyoming High School in Warmbier's hometown near Cincinnati. North Korea provided Otto Warmbier "med...

Read more

  • US Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban, will hear arguments
US Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban, will hear arguments

But immigrant groups said relatively few people try to enter the United States without well-established ties. "And can his statements from Twitter and the campaign season be brought in as proof of his intent that he wanted to ban Muslims, which would be illegal under the constitution".

Read more

  • Ex-major leaguer's son fights for life after freak baseball accident
Ex-major leaguer's son fights for life after freak baseball accident

WXIA-TV reports that Keith Lockhart's son, 15-year-old Jason, was hit in the face June 17 during a baseball tournament in SC. Jason was scheduled to have surgery on Monday to remove the tubes and remove packing in his nose. "He is going to be okay we just don't really know when". "The doctors would be shocked if there was another massive bleed"...

Read more

  • An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years
An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years

After three decades on the lam, an Arkansas man has been quickly reacquainted with life behind bars. Bill Sadler with the for Arkansas State Police told ABC News that an individual who had met Dishman about five years after his escape came forward over the past weekend.

Read more