Donald Trump’s fractious relationship with the Republican establishment reached a bizarre new level on Sunday when Senator Bob Corker described the White House as an “adult day care center” and warned that the president risked setting the US “on the path to World War III”.
An extraordinary exchange between Trump and the chair of the Senate foreign relations committee began when Trump accused Corker, who is retiring, of “not having the guts” to run for re-election.
In response, Corker tweeted: “It’s a shame the White House has become an adult day care center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning.”
Just-released police body camera video shows the moments of chaos and uncertainty during an active shooter situation.
The video, exclusive to Eyewitness News, is from the cameras of at least three officers from the West University Police Department, one of three departments that responded to the mass shooting on Law Street in southwest Houston on the morning of September 26, 2016.
Nationwide — There are thousands of scholarship programs available to students of all different backgrounds, ethnicities, ages, and genders. However, there are at least 300 national scholarship opportunities that are specifically available to Black, minority and/or women students.
In April, the Trump Administration launched what it called the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) hotline, with a stated mission to “provide proactive, timely, adequate, and professional services to victims of crimes committed by removable aliens.” But internal logs of calls to VOICE obtained by Splinter show that hundreds of Americans seized on the hotline to lodge secret accusations against acquaintances, neighbors, or even their own family members, often to advance petty personal grievances.
That story—about the government encouraging people to snitch on their neighbors (1984!)—caught my eye, because the consumer journalism site FairWarning also has a new piece up today, this one about a lawyer for agricultural interests who has made snitching to ICE a key part of his strategy.
In at least seven cases, writes reporter Ted Rohrlich, California lawyer Anthony Raimondo offered to help immigration authorities detain and deport undocumented farmworkers who accused his clients of mistreatment. “I never make threats,” Raimondo clarified in an email to one federal official. “I have always simply taken action…The attorneys find out when their clients are already gone. I don’t see how they can stop me from reporting a crime.”
The New York Knicks stood and linked arms for the national anthem before their preseason games against the Nets at Madison Square Garden, and they released a team statement explaining why they chose to do so.
Hillside, NJ — 15-year old Essynce Moore is the only African American teen author that has written three books that are mandatory readings for several school district curriculums including Hillside, NJ School District; Brooklyn, NY Charter School(s); and Orange, NJ School District. Her books are a part of a series that she created called The Middle School Chronicles.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s (CDCR) Female Offender Programs and Services (FOPS) provides safe and secure housing for female offenders with opportunities such as vocational and academic programs, substance abuse treatment, self-help programs, Career Technical Education, pre-release guidance and community betterment projects.
CDCR established the office of FOPS/Special Housing (FOPS/SH) in July 2005, within the Division of Adult Institutions. This office manages and provides oversight to all female programs, in addition to five designated male and female institutions, fire camps and community programs.
FOPS/SH is dedicated to the rehabilitation process for all offenders to include an environment with ethical institutional settings where offenders are treated with dignity and respect.
Female Facilities assigned to this mission area include:
October 1st 2017, Las Vegas shooting which left 59 people dead — including the gunman — and about 500 others injured.At least 23 firearms, including a handgun, were found the hotel suite at the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
At least 59 people were killed and more than 500 injured when a shooter fired round after round from a high-rise room at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino down onto a crowded country music concert.
The suspect, identified as a 64-year-old white man named Stephen Craig Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, was found dead on the 32nd floor of the hotel with a cache of “in excess of 10 rifles,” Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said.