On Wednesday, Canada became the world's first major economy - and only the second country in the world, after Uruguay - to legalize the recreational use of cannabis . Like Power, hundreds are now legally buying recreational marijuana all over Canada but not without adjusting to a few rules. Steven Hoffman, the chairman of the state's Cannabis Control Commission said yesterday that he was aware of the deals but he noted, "If somebody has a change of ownership, they have to ...
Following repeated attacks from President Trump , Warren released a DNA test that says there is "strong evidence" of her Native American heritage, but her efforts left The View's panel split along somewhat-predictable lines. Trump also thanked Cherokee Nation for their statement. Warren released the DNA test widely Monday - suggesting as much as 1/64 of her DNA was from a Native American population - along with a folksy campaign video that retold a vague family story about a Native ...
And, much like Guatemala and Honduras, Mexico is itself a country of many migrants, raising the question of whether the political will exists for a confrontation. "We're going to wait for those still on their way but who are close by" before trying to cross, Mario Mejia, who seemed to be one of the migrants' leaders, told AFP.
But the United States president also said "rogue killers" could be behind the disappearance and that King Salman had told him Saudi Arabia is "working closely with Turkey to find answers". Sources told CNN that the Saudis are preparing a report that will acknowledge that the death of Khashoggi, a former Saudi royal insider who became a critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was the result of an interrogation that went wrong.
Denying that he had ever been "giving cover" to the Saudi side at all, Trump said "we will probably know that by the end of the week" after he got a "full report" from Pompeo upon his return. Trump reiterated his hopes that Saudi leaders were not involved in the disappearance of Khashoggi, a U.S. resident. Instead, he says what others would not, openly embracing the compromises he justifies as best for the American bottom line.
Totalling over 360 gigabytes - including more than 10 million Tweets and more than 2 million images, GIFs, videos, and Periscope broadcasts?the data store provides a picture of how state-sponsored agencies have used the Twitter platform, technology news website Ars Technica reported on Friday.
Gianforte to join him at the lectern. US President Donald Trump praised a congressman for a physical attack on a journalist, mimicking the assault to cheers at a rally. Trump recalled hearing about the incident while he was in Rome, and Gianforte was pulling ahead in the polls. Journalists from the USA and around the world were quick to express solidarity with the Guardian and condemned Trump's comments as "shocking" and those of a "psychopath".
The owner of the home found the two-year-old boy standing on her stoop and called 911. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said abandonment charges are likely for the woman seen in the video, who is not the mother of the 2-year-old. "When Deputies from the Sheriff's Office arrived, they reviewed video surveillance from the residence, and observed a female arrive at the residence in a white passenger auto".
Khashoggi ", Pompeo said. Saudi Arabia faces intense global pressure following the disappearance and apparent death of Jamal Khashoggi , a Saudi citizen and USA resident who has written critically of the Saudi regime. Pompeo declined to comment on what the USA believes might have happened to Khashoggi but made clear Washington takes the situation "very seriously".
The attack comes ahead of elections on Saturday. Late Wednesday, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy was attacked near the Afghan capital, killing two civilians and injuring five Czech troops, Afghan officials and the Czech military said Thursday.
Trump wrote on Twitter. But Trump said Cruz was more in line with Texas values: strong on crime, enforcing the border, supporting the Second Amendment, veterans, and low taxes. The two also sparred over Cruz's role in the 2013 shutdown of the federal government, which he largely spearheaded as a means of opposing the Affordable Care Act, known as ObamaCare.
Until now, Riyadh has not allowed Turkish investigators to search the consulate - officially Saudi territory - with reports both sides were at odds over the conditions. Manchester United did not comment on Monday night about reports that Saudi Arabia is interested in buying the club. Saudi Arabia has denied the allegations.
Israel also closed both its border crossings with Gaza in reprisal, further isolating the blockaded enclave where deteriorating living conditions have stoked violent protests along the border. Five other Palestinians were wounded in separate attacks. "That's the only way to lower the level of violence to zero or close to zero", Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman as saying on Tuesday, after Israeli forces shot at a group of Palestinians allegedly trying to ...
Gyasi Ross, an author focused on Native American issues and culture, told MSNBC's Chris Hayes that "there is definitely a level of anger, of tone-deafness" in Warren's approach. Sen. Elizabeth Warren , D-Mass., greets people following a town hall event at Belkin Family Lookout Farm, in Natick, Mass. " That will not be something I enjoy doing either ", he added.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is welcomed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker ahead of the European Union leaders summit in Brussels on October 17. But after urgent talks on the Irish border ended Sunday without producing a breakthrough, Wednesday's gathering looked more like a therapeutic bonding session than an occasion to celebrate.
The Sabarimala chief priest, Kandararu Maheshwararu Tantri , 25, warned this week that "anger could easily escalate into violence if a few egotistical women try to enter" the temple. Several protesters were seen being bundled into police vehicles, while siren blaring ambulances carried some to hospitals. At Nilackal, a base camp below the temple, police cleared protesters early Wednesday morning and arrested seven people who were stopping vehicles.
Thomas has previously produced a series of paintings showing groups of Democratic presidents and groups of Republican presidents playing poker and pool, or sitting around a table. "He made a comment that he'd seen a lot of paintings of himself and he rarely liked them", Thomas said. Trump's decision to attack a high-profile woman, and specifically her appearance, shows that Trump probably does not care about all of the data and reporting saying that women are turned off by his ...
The pair last met in Helsinki in July, after which Trump came under fire for accommodating his Russian counterpart. Twice, Trump defended his knowledge of world politics and events by telling Stahl that he wasn't "a baby, ' and, after Stahl persisted on questions about his treatment of Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford , Trump told her, "I'm not going to get into it, because we won".
However, her neighbors disputed that assertion, claiming that she has written "racial slurs" in chalk outside the building. Klein, who calls herself "white lady" several times in the video and told dispatchers: "Yeah I know, white lady calls the cops on black lady", said to the Post: 'I've been called racist before, and I'm not'.
The company released a statement on Thursday saying they are "monitoring the situation", but no additional word has been put out at this time . The slaying was the Saudi government sending a message to the world that they could do it and get away with it, the " Last Week Tonight " host said.
Turkish officials have reported that Khashoggi was murdered in the consulate and dismembered, a charge the Saudis have denied. But he left Saudi Arabia roughly a year ago over fears for his safety after writing articles critical of the government, particularly Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman .
There had been reports of shots fired, although police later said this was not the case. Police refused to speculate whether the incident was terror related, said DW's David Martin. Two explosions were heard in the area during the hostage rescue not long after elite counter-terrorism team (SEK) rushed to the pharmacy building, NTV broadcaster reported.
Warren's purported Native American heritage was touted by Harvard Law School when she was a professor there. That forefather - or foremother - could have been between six and 10 generations ago, according to Carlos D. The video, which points to a new section of Warren's website dedicated to facts about her heritage , begins with images of the senator returning to meet her brothers in Norman, Oklahoma, where she was raised, as audio of Trump mocking her as a " fake Pocahontas " rings out ...
Seoul's Foreign Ministry confirmed his identity Monday but has not yet disclosed the names of the four other South Koreans who died in the weekend storm. Kim was well-known as the first South Korean to climb the world's 14 highest mountains. The Myagdi District Police Office identified the deceased Koreans as Jaehun Lee, Chang Ho Kin, Jin Rim, Youngjik Yoo, and Joon Mo Jeong.
Those things remain as true today as they were two months ago when the fracas around his record in Pittsburgh began, and despite everything that's happened since - including the Pennsylvania Attorney General publicly calling him a liar, calls for his resignation from some of his own priests, and so on - those other aspects of his story haven't lost their relevance.
With the victory, the Philippines will get to serve a fresh three-year term in the 47-member council based in Geneva from 2019 to 2021. "The election of the Philippines was expected because the Asian group fielded as many candidates as there were seats in the Human Rights Council", she added.
Sen. Bob Corker says he has reviewed USA intelligence reports on the disappearance of a prominent Saudi journalist and critic and "everything" points to involvement by the government of Saudi Arabia. "So I think we have to get to the bottom of it". The 36-year-old student was waiting outside the consulate in Istanbul when Mr Khashoggi entered it a week ago, hoping to fix paperwork for their imminent marriage.
The arrival of Brett Kavanaugh , a fierce defender of conservative values, judges in progressive of the supreme Court in the minority-with four judges on nine- in the temple of american law, which ensures the constitutionality of laws and referee on the subjects of society the most hard subjects (death penalty, gay marriage, abortion rights, defense of the environment...).
They deny it every way you can imagine". Could it be them? Trump vows " severe punishment " if Saudi Arabia is behind disappearance of missing columnist; insight on 'America's News HQ'. Pompeo told reporters: "There's a lot still to learn". International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said Saturday she was "horrified" by reports about the fate of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi but still plans to attend an economic meeting in Riyadh this month.
A Turkish court ruled on Friday to release U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson from house arrest, sentencing him instead to three years in jail but saying he would not spend any more time in custody because of time already served. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Thom Tillis, R-N.C., and Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and others for their intervention. Shortly after the verdict was announced, Trump tweeted: "Working very hard on Pastor Brunson!" The deal reportedly involves easing economic sanctions on Turkey.
The US-China trade spat would hobble global growth, the International Monetary Fund said yesterday, cutting its forecast for this year and next, and predicting that "everyone is going to suffer" from a clash between the world's two biggest economies.
Pompeo had said the goal of his meeting with North Korea was "to make sure we understand what each side is truly trying to achieve. and how we can deliver against the commitments that were made" in Singapore where Kim and Trump held their historic summit earlier this year.
McGrath also notes that Chicago's homicide rate is falling. "I've told them to work with local authorities to try to change the bad deal the city of Chicago entered into with ACLU which ties law enforcement's hands and to strongly consider 'stop and frisk.' It works, and it was meant for problems like Chicago", Trump said.
Saudi Arabia , which has denied the accusations, is under vast worldwide pressure, including from the U.S. and the European Union, to support a "thorough and open" probe into the journalist's disappearance. "I know what everybody else knows - nothing", Trump said. He left the country a year ago for the United States fearing retribution from the kingdom which has recently witnessed widespread crackdown on dissent .
Packing top winds of 110 miles per hour, Michael spent the morning gaining strength in the gulf's warm waters as it barreled at 12 miles per hour toward the Florida Panhandle, where roughly 120,000 people are under mandatory evacuation orders.
As one of our loyal readers, we ask you to be our partner. Maybe in a different capacity. Sanders wrote , " President Trump and Ambassador Nikki Haley will meet in the Oval Office at 10:30am this morning". But she said in her resignation letter to Trump she would "surely not be a candidate for any office in 2020" and would support his re-election bid.
In her testimony, Hicks admitted telling occasional " white lies " for Trump but said she hadn't lied about anything related to the investigation. Bill Shine , the current White House communications director, replaced Hicks after he left his former role as Fox News Channel senior vice president.
Bush . Barbara Bush , daughter of former President George W. Bush , was married Sunday. Henry Hager, Jenna Bush , Laura Bush , Margaret Hager, George W. Coyne, 37, is the screenwriter behind the 2005 film " Jarhead ", staring Jake Gyllenhaal. "And we've been long-distance for most of it - he's been in L.A.
At least 20 people were killed Saturday after two vehicles, including a stretch limousine, crashed in Upstate New York , authorities said . It was the deadliest transportation accident since February 2009, when Colgan Air Flight 3407 crashed in Buffalo, New York , killing 50 people, Sumwalt said.
However, forecasts have gradually been revised upward, such that the storm may attain major hurricane status - category 3 or higher - before making landfall in the panhandle around Wednesday. Earlier Monday, Scott expanded the state of emergency he declared on Sunday from 26 to 35 counties. Lowe's Home Improvement in Fort Walton Beach, according to Service Manager Jay Hildebrand, ran out of generators and water by 3 p.m.
Acrimonious to the end, the battle featured a climactic roll call that was interrupted several times by protesters in the Senate Gallery before Capitol Police removed them. After Justice Kennedy announced his retirement this year, Trump nominated Kavanaugh to replace his one-time mentor on the Supreme Court. "We have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh", the letter read.
By sunrise Sunday, 12 people had died, 135 were injured and dozen of buildings damaged or destroyed. A magnitude 5.9 natural disaster struck near the northernmost tip of Haiti late on Saturday. Reuters could not immediately confirm the report. Government spokesman Eddy Jackson Alexis said that 11 people have been reported dead so far, the AFP news agency reported on October 7.
She testified under oath but Kavanaugh denied these claims, putting the pressure on us senators to decide if he was qualified for the job. Hirono also said Sunday that her party should focus on the upcoming elections "like a laser beam" despite calls from some progressives to impeach Kavanaugh if Democrats take control of the House of Representatives.
Meng, 64, who is also a vice minister of public security in China, was reported missing by his wife after travelling last month from France, where Interpol is based, to China. Critics in China and overseas have warned that many corruption investigations are politically motivated and used to consolidate Xi's power and topple rival factions.
Joe Manchin of West Virginia - all voted "yes" on Friday. Collins noted that under common law, there is a presumption of innocence, which is the principle that one is considered innocent unless proven guilty. Collins also noted that Kavanaugh "received rave reviews" for his performance and judicial temperament as a judge in Washington D.C. Support by Collins and Manchin gives Kavanaugh at least 51 votes in the 100-member Senate for an election-season victory against the backdrop ...
Saudi officials have denied allegations that Khashoggi was killed at the consulate, calling them "baseless". The source also stated that a security delegation of Saudi investigators arrived in Istanbul on Saturday based upon a request by the Saudi government, and the acceptance of the Turkish authorities.
Nairobi motorists should brace themselves for a day of heavy traffic as US First Lady Melania Trump tours the city. She also read them a book. "It is sad to see this", the first lady reportedly told her guide while viewing 105 tons of ash from an ivory burn, Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Jacobs tweeted from the scene.
It would be a cruel irony if Manchin voted for Kavanaugh and helped save his nomination while a Republican, Murkowski, voted against him, but given that he is up for reelection in a state where Trump remains popular, it is a distinct possibility.
The video also disputed Van Dyke's claims that he shot at McDonald because he lunged at him with a knife. McDonald's death in October 2014 - just weeks after a black teenager was killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri - did not draw nationwide attention until, 13 months later, the court-ordered release of the police dashcam video .
Pompeo, on a four-nation Asian trip from October 6 to 8 would also travel to Japan, South Korea and Beijing. "It looks like we'll have a second summit quite soon", he said. On Saturday, the president said he "fell in love" with Kim during their June meet-and-greet in Singapore. He left Pyongyang in July hailing progress, only for North Korea to denounce him for making "gangster-like demands".