The speaker said he would not allow the government to present Prime Minister Theresa May’s E.U. withdrawal agreement for a vote unless it was clearly different from earlier ones. The ruling stoked further uncertainty and left lawmakers stunned and wondering aloud what comes next.
Roughly a dozen House lawmakers shared their experiences with bigotry and discrimination in the wake of a controversy over remarks by Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).
A 37-year-old Turkish-born man was held in the attack in Utrecht that left five others injured. Police attributed no clear motive but earlier had not ruled out terrorism.
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Many Americans share a gut feeling that the game is rigged for the wealthy, and the middle class and the poor are losing. Are billionaires contributing their fair share?
Malvo, 34, was 17 years old during the attacks in the Washington region. The high court has since ruled that mandatory life sentences without the possibility of parole are unconstitutional for those under 18.
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A Maryland legislator is now using his story to crusade against “soft laws” that make it easier for predators to hide from civil suits.
Catherine E. Pugh had listed in a financial disclosure form $100,000 in profit from selling 20,000 copies of her self-published children’s books to the hospital system.
The Maryland governor said he is waiting to see how the investigations of the president unfold and that he may put off a decision on running until the fall.
The nonprofit’s contract will shrink from about $1.8 million to $1 million a year, a spokesman said.
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During Monday’s episode of “The View,” the daughter of the late senator John McCain said the president will “never be a great man.”
The requests, which were sent to the FBI, referenced allegations of potential trafficking and unlawful foreign lobbying against Li “Cindy” Yang, who founded the day spa that was embroiled in a high-profile prostitution sting.
Ten of the marine mammals were killed by ships off California last year — the highest number there since tracking began in 1982.
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