Trump in Jerusalem: Peace 'one of the toughest deals'

The president is scheduled to give a speech at the Israel Museum before departing Tuesday afternoon for Rome, the third stop on a whirlwind five-stop journey through the Middle East and Europe. "Today, this right, ultra-right-wing government has frozen settlement construction and has given Palestinians construction in Area C", Herzog said, referring to recent moves by Netanyahu's conservative governing coalition.

Mother blames Banana Boat sunscreen for baby's second-degree burns

Educating young people about the risks involved with prolonged sun exposure has never been more urgent. For more information on skin cancer prevention or for questions, visit skincancer.org or call Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital at 530-886-6712.

Coast Guard helps 5 on boat off North Carolina coast

Watchstanders in the Sector North Carolina Command Center in Wilmington received notice around 8 a.m. that a 33-foot pleasure craft was taking on water with five people aboard about 15 miles southeast of Carolina Beach. The Station Golden Gate watchstander requested further assistance from the San Francisco Fire Department to assist the other swimmer at China Beach who reported signs of hypothermia as well.

Former FBI chief Comey postpones testimony before House committee

Chaffetz has asked the former FBI Director for any notes or other memos about conversations he had with President Trump before his firing. The FBI is also investigating. Maybe Director Comey has them. "We're certainly pursuing them, and I hope we find them sooner rather than later". Rubio said he wouldn't use the term "witch hunt" to characterize the investigation as Trump has.

Several tornadoes touch down in the Plains, Midwest during severe weather Tuesday

Nolan escaped with just a couple of scratches, he said. Daily says he walked among the debris and helped free a man who was buried under a refrigerator and debris. "It sounded like a machine gun", a resident said. Fitzgerald described the scene to KMSP-TV as "total devastation" and said first responders could hear people yelling for help when they arrived.


Friday into the weekend will see a return of hotter weather as highs return to the 80s. Thursday night - A 40 percent chance of showers. Tuesday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Tuesday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 p.m. As we go into this evening and into tonight , we will start to see the rain come to an end for a few hours.

Connelly: Trump email -- "WITCH HUNT", "MORE SABOTAGE" -- begs money

A fundraising letter titled "MORE SABOTAGE" begins with the 45th president writing: "What you're seeing in the news is a WITCH HUNT ". He wasn't done yet, as he tweeted a couple minutes ago, "This is the greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history".

Law Enforcement Memorial Service in Marshall

Assistant Chief Constable Mark Bates, of Lancashire Constabulary, said: "Every single day, in forces up and down the country, officers put themselves on the line in order to keep the public safe". Bowling, who served as both a Martinsville police officer and Marine Corps reservist, was killed January 26, 2005 when his unit's convoy was ambushed in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Michelle Obama criticizes Trump school lunch decision

New reports indicate that former first lady Michelle Obama is outraged at the Trump administration's decision to cut back on stringent regulations regarding the nutritional requirements of school lunches. "The PHA was probably the smartest thing that we [did] out of the White House - helping to build an outside nonprofit organization that. can work hand-in-hand with the private sector and public sector and build partnerships in a positive way", Obama said at the event.

ICE Arrests 1378 Suspected Gang Members, Largest Gang Sweep Conducted Ever

Of the arrests, 933 were USA citizens and 445 were foreign nationals, though ICE could not provide how many were in the United States lillegally. Foreign nationals being arrested during a targeted enforcement operation conducted by U.S. Nine of them were confirmed as gang members. Nationwide, the biggest gangs targeted were the Bloods, Sure├▒os, the Crips and MS-13, an global gang with thousands of members in El Salvador, its command center.

Gunman Kills Police Chief, 2 Nursing Home Workers

The police chief, who had only been chief for about three weeks, arrived at the nursing home shortly before 8 a.m., the Dispatch noted. Multiple people were hospitalized after a shooting was reported Friday morning near an OH nursing facility.

LUPICA: Victory meant more to the GOP than the health of millions

Either way, Turner says certain principles must be part of the Senate bill as well. Although it is a major victory for President Donald Trump, the bill is far from becoming law. It would allow states to seek waivers allowing them to deny coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. This bill, which President Trump supports, will make health insurance more affordable across the board, allow states to better manage their unsustainable Medicaid programs, and repeal job-killing taxes ...

Berkeley hails peaceful debate over Ann Coulter

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter says that while her speech at the University of California, Berkeley was canceled, she may still show up to say hello to her supporters. Coulter did not appear Thursday at a Berkeley rally defending her right to free speech on the day her speech had been planned, but she did make a brief appearance just after the event ended on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Fox News.

Trump makes puzzling claim about Andrew Jackson, Civil War

One exchange focused on Andrew Jackson , and President Trump seemed to say that Jackson witnessed the Civil War. They also hit him over his statement over the cause of the Civil War, which was fought after Southern states seceded over President Abraham Lincoln's demand to free the slaves.

Wisconsin-based atheist group sues Trump over church order

While several Southern Baptist leaders offered their support, other Baptists criticize the action. "We are giving churches their voices back", Trump said during the ceremony at the White House. Throughout his campaign and afterward, Trump has maligned the amendment as a muzzle on the free speech of clergy. "What is a pastor to do if a congregant who is a major donor now makes his church gift contingent on an endorsement from the pulpit for his or her preferred candidate?" asked ...

Beloved 600-year-old white oak tree takes final bow

The old tree, declared dead last summer after it failed to sprout foliage, is scheduled to be chopped down soon. In fact, the removal of the tree - the symbol of Bernards Township, the sentinel of the Presbyterian Church's historic cemetery, and the namesake of the nearby Oak Street School - began on Monday morning.

Texas House OKs 'sanctuary city' ban with tough jail penalty

It targets police agencies that discourage their officers from inquiring about subjects' immigration status in certain circumstances and county jails that decline to honor federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement requests to extend the detention of inmates suspected of being unauthorized immigrants.

United States judge blocks key part of Trump's sanctuary cities order

The ruling , which applies nationwide, was another judicial setback for the Trump administration, which has now seen three immigration orders stopped by federal courts in its first 100 days, the daily reported. "Out of our very big country, with many choices, does everyone notice that both the "ban" case and now the "sanctuary" case is brought in the Ninth Circuit, which has a awful record of being overturned (close to 80%)".

National Association of Conservation Districts congratulates Sonny Perdue on his new position

Perdue earned a doctorate in veterinary medicine and has had a long career operating family agribusiness and transportation companies. Perdue served as a state senator in Georgia before being elected governor in 2003 - the first republican governor in 130 years.

White House defends transparency after visitor log reversal

Spicer referred to the voluntary release of visitor logs by the Obama administration as a "faux attempt" at transparency, given that the public logs carried exemptions for personal visits, national security matters and other sensitive meetings.

Turkey's Erdogan says he's set to meet Trump in Washington

The European Union has also urged a probe into fraud claims after global observers voiced concerns, although Russian President Vladimir Putin called his Turkish counterpart to offer congratulations. Mehmet Hadimi Yakupoglu, the main opposition Republican People's Party's representative at the board, said they would take the decision to the constitutional court and then to the European Court of Human Rights if necessary.

Missing Teen Found Across the Country With Teacher a Month After Disappearing

Surveillance footage of Tad Cummins and Elizabeth Thomas. Cummins, a 50-year-old married father and grandfather, was wanted on allegations of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said it worked tirelessly for the past five weeks, looking into more than 1,500 leads from all 50 states. The two disappeared a few weeks after a student reported seeing Cummins and Thomas kissing in a classroom.

Patriots kickoff season September 7 against Chiefs

And it will be an interesting one, to say the least, as it aligns with the one our very own Rich Hill called "preposterous and stupid" earlier. But none will compete with the Falcons' highly anticipated trip to New England in one of the biggest games of the entire season.

Trump to sign 'Buy American, Hire American' executive order

The additional scrutiny DHS has ordered will include "site visits" to determine whether "H-1B dependent employers are evading their obligation to make a good faith effort to recruit USA workers", the Trump administration says. is constantly short on high-skilled IT talent. Tech companies contend the programme is used to recruit top talent, but some of the H-1B visas are also used for outsourcing firms.

SCOTUS Hears MO Religious Discrimination Case

The court must decide whether Missouri is entitled to reject a church grant to use recycled tires to resurface a playground. Citing discrimination, the church sued the state, and although it lost in the lower courts, it is now looking for a SCOTUS ruling that would ensure that schools run by churches can not be excluded from government programs providing assistance to non-profit organizations.

UC Berkeley Cancels Ann Coulter Speech Over Protest Concerns

Mogulof said campus police had learned that some of the groups that took part in those clashes 'planned to target the appearance of Ann Coulter on campus'. The hard-right polemicist is unfettered though, and says her speech will go on with or without government permission. 'I feel like the Constitution is important and that taxpayer-supported universities should not be using public funds to violate American citizens┬┤ constitutional rights'.

'Dreamer' returned to Mexico despite Trump promise

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. The suit filed on behalf of Juan Manuel Montes alleges that U.S. At least 10 Dreamers are in federal custody, according to United We Dream, an advocacy organization made up of DACA enrollees and other young immigrants, USA Today reported .

DNA leads to arrest in killing of Google's Vanessa Marcotte

We got him", Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. proclaimed at a news conference Saturday outside the police department in Princeton, a small community of about 3,500 residents in central MA. Saturday. She never came home, and her body was discovered less than a mile away on Brooks Station Road. Early says more charges are expected. Sources said the suspect, arrested overnight, is 31-year-old Angel Cordero Ortiz.

Sexual abuse at boarding school went on for decades

The 48-page report, which was prepared by an investigator at the law firm Covington & Burling LLP, acknowledges a pattern of abuse that lasted until the 2010s. Choate said it had been compelled to examine this ugly history in 2013, after two alumni alerted the school to sexual misconduct they had experienced as students, the report said.

Easter egg hunt attracts hundreds

Twenty of the eggs had prizes in them indicating they had won one of the larger Easter baskets donated by Tata Ruben's Kettle Corn. Early German writings from the 1500s mention the legend of the Easter Bunny. Easter Egg Hunt at The Plaza at the Barrington - Carmel, starts at 1:30 p.m. In addition to thousands of eggs, there will also be plenty of prizes for participating children between the ages of 0 and 12.

Assad could see USA strike as just a 'slap on the wrist'

The Syrian foreign minister denied the government's involvement in the Idlib incident, saying it had never nor would it ever use chemical weapons on either civilians or terrorists operating in the country. "Assad must go and the search for stability, to begin". The top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says Trump's decision was a "reaction" to Syria's use of chemical weapons.

Meet Putter, the ice cream-loving squirrel

Fantasy Isle Ice Cream & Mini Golf in Harbor in Holden Beach, North Carolina has attracted a loyal squirrel, that they named Putter, who seems to have a taste for ice cream. Her flavor of choice? "We put a sign out to let people know she's part of the family, and to limit feeding her". She's a cute little mascot. Putter enjoys a petite size cone made just for her filled vanilla or no sugar added ice cream.

Cook County criminal judge shot to death in Chicago

The 52-year-old woman was reported in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the leg. To view the full article, register now. A Cook County, Illinois judge was gunned down in a Chicago shooting early Monday morning. Police aren't releasing names yet; and no one has been arrested. Myles was an associate judge in Cook County Circuit Court's criminal division .

South Carolina, Gonzaga on defensive

It put the Gamecocks up 67-65 and Gonzaga on their heels. And on the next play, he scored on an old-fashioned 3-point play. The Bulldogs' 7-footers, senior Przemek Karnowski and freshman Zach Collins , took care of things on both ends of the court as they combined for 18 rebounds .

Whitewater police in standoff with person near middle school

Jakubowski is suspected of sealing an automatic assault rifle and other guns and had made threats against schools and public officials. "Mr. Jakubowski is known well to officers of the Janesville Police Department and the Rock County Sheriff's Office", said Janesville Police Chief David Moore.

Jessica Runions Disappearance: Remains Found in Missouri Identified as Missing Woman

Runions was spotted driving her SUV around 9:30 p.m. the night of her disappearance and her burned vehicle was found two days later. Yust had been seen with Kopetsky several times in the months leading up to her disappearance. 'I can't put it any other way, but I hate him, ' Kopetsky's mom, Rhonda Beckford, told KCTV in September. "I hate him for taking not only my child, but possibly taking another".

Federal judge blocks IN ultrasound requirement

The bill , according to the memo, is modeled after last session's failed House Bill 1623, which identified Planned Parenthood specifically as an "unconventional" provider of women's health services. With HEA 1337, IN lawmakers created several new provisions regulating abortions IN the state , but Friday's ruling addresses only the ultrasound mandate.

Working Together to Stop Distracted Driving

While the survey shows 23% of drivers are taking pictures and 14% are recording videos, 93%claim they talk to passengers in the auto, 23% attend to children, and 21% attend to pets in vehicle, causing additional distractions. Officers will be enforcing phone and texting laws, as well as other vehicle violations, including Assembly Bill 1785, which prohibits the use of wireless communication or use of Global Positioning System unless the device is voice operated, hands-free, installed in the ...

Homeowner shoots, kills showering intruder, police say

Travis Adams said . He entered his business on Saturday morning to find that a break-in had occurred and that the intruder was in the bathroom taking a shower, the sheriff's office said. When he found Rosa had not left, he told investigators he shot him three times through the shower curtain. Nathaniel Rosa is seen in a photo obtained by KCPQ.

Texas, Louisiana brace for possible flooding and tornadoes

Strong thunderstorms could accumulate in the afternoon on Sunday , Goudsward said, cautioning that a lot may change in the forecast between now and then. "The main threats for tomorrow are large hail and damaging winds", Guerrero said. The weekend looks nice with dry conditions until Sunday night.

2 more dead in Chicago neighborhood where shootings killed 5

A man and woman were shot, police said, and the van crashed into a pole. All four victims were male and pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Two men were found dead from bullet wounds inside the restaurant, a third person was found unresponsive outside the restaurant, and a fourth man was found a block away.

Flint water crisis likely the cause of deadly Legionnaires outbreak

The state has also agreed to keep federal funding above average for programs supporting women and children affected by the high levels of lead. Under the settlement, they will get a schedule for water line replacements while the state gets a schedule for weaning Flint off the community resource stations where bottled water, water filters and filter replacement cartridges are now distributed free of charge.

Fact check: Trump overlooks his Obamacare promise

When the gathering broke up, Rep. Greg Walden of OR, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee that helped write the bill, told reporters: "We gave it our best shot". "We're going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future", he said. Trump told reporters Friday that he would be "open to it" if Democrats wanted to work on a bipartisan measure.

Trump welcomes police union leaders to White House

The latest Trump proposal, disclosed Tuesday, would eliminate $1.2 billion in National Institutes of Health research grants, a favorite of both parties. "It's always live for me, you know unfortunately other guys make a speech and nobody cares, but for me everything's live". Leaders of the largest police union in the United States have warned President Donald Trump that he could endanger public safety if he follows through with cuts in federal grants to immigrant "sanctuary cities", the ...

No LGBTQ category included in Census proposal for 2020 count

Both state and national LGBT rights organizations sharply rebuked the recent revelation that the 2020 Census will not include questions related to gender identity or sexual orientation. According to the Task Force, more than 100,000 LGBTQ people included the sticker on their 2010 census envelopes. But gay rights advocates say it's more evidence that President Donald Trump is going back on a campaign promise to protect the gay community.

Strong to severe weather possible Monday afternoon

What forecasters are anticipating to be a busy weather week gets started today with a threat of strong storms for a large part of Alabama. The severe weather window will be from about 4 p.m. The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for northwest Cullman County. The weather service said it will be watching this system closely and will be refining its forecasts over the next few days.

Armed robbers, including 1 in pig mask, storm Vegas hotel

An eyewitness, who was at the Bellagio at the time, told The Sun Online : "I saw a person in a pig mask holding what looked like a gun outside the Rolex in the Bellagio". Police said Saturday they believe at least three people entered the store. "No shooting", a police spokesman said in a text to Reuters. The suspects tried to drive away but their auto wouldn't start so they ran on foot and tried to carjack a driver before running as the carjacking attempt failed, the Sun reported.

Trumpcare 2.0 Still Isn't Cruel Enough to Satisfy Conservatives

The Congressional Budget Office estimated earlier this month that the bill would reduce the deficit by $337 billion through 2026 but leave about 24 million more people uninsured than would be under the current law. House Republicans are slated to vote on the GOP plan on Thursday . Importantly, the AHCA maintains a firewall between the new tax credits and the existing employer sponsored insurance, which over 177 million individuals rely for highly valued coverage.

Major Clashes Reported in Damascus after Anti-government Rebels Infiltrate Tunnels

The regime responded with intense bombardment of rebel-held areas. The Observatory said the rebel assault sought to relieve allied fighters in the nearby districts of Barzeh, Tishreen and Qabun. The war saw a turning point when Russian Federation intervened in September 2015 in support of the regime, allowing pro-government forces to regain significant territory they had lost to the rebels.

Ghost Calls Causing Delays In 911 Operator Response Times

Police officials have used overtime to beef up staffing in the 911 call center. "There's no timetable for when the problem will be solved", the company said. Until then, he is calling for volunteers among city employees who want to receive training to handle 911 dispatches to help out. "It's encouraging that T-Mobile will finally be sending top engineers to Dallas tomorrow morning".