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“Never has the government openly challenged the idea of a free press,” said retired Navy admiral William H. McRaven, chancellor of the University of Texas System.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg also defended the press, which President Trump has called “the enemy of the American people.”
The dictionary company tweeted a definition of the word “feminism” after Kellyanne Conway said it’s associated with being “anti-male” and “pro-abortion.”
“Already, the forces that conspired to keep Donald Trump out of the White House are coming together to sabotage his administration,” NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre says.
James Otis also has been ordered to pay $4,400 in restitution.
“We are watching. The world is watching. History is watching,” former CBS News anchor Dan Rather wrote.
The man, who’s in his 80s, went into cardiac arrest after he was assaulted by the robbery suspect, police say.
Nixon was talking to one person when he called the press his enemy. Trump was talking to 25 million.
Officials have not said how exactly the man died or how he managed to get past the security checkpoint.
One high school teacher described students who joined “A Day Without Immigrants” as “lazy.” Others said classes were quieter and more productive.