Donald Trump and his aides seem to be testing the waters on changing one of his most extreme immigration positions and no longer calling for the deportation of an estimated 11 million immigrants. But many of his supporters don’t seem to mind.
Rescuers are scrambling to search for the missing after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake and a series of strong aftershocks struck the region, collapsing homes and rattling buildings as far away as Rome and Venice.
The rising fortunes of Silver Spring’s entertainment district have been squeezing out the creative class with high rents and a dearth of usable space. Now a former police station will be renovated to include art studios and surrounded by new affordable and mixed-income housing.
The goalkeeper’s criticism of Sweden after it upset the U.S. women in the Olympics was the final straw for soccer officials, who also took into account “past incidents involving Hope” and previous conversations with her.
Jurors deliberated for about 90 minutes before finding Atlanta truck driver Martin Blackwell guilty of eight counts of aggravated battery and two counts of aggravated assault for pouring boiling water over two men as they slept.
With each passing day, the Fox News sexual harassment crisis bears more resemblance to phone-hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch’s shuttered News of the World, at least in their shared potential to devolve into legal morasses.
Prosecutors say Mohamed Amiin Ali Roble left the U.S. for Syria to join the Islamic State in 2014 soon after collecting more than $91,000 for injuries from the 2007 incident in Minneapolis that killed 13 people.
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