An Indiana senator railed against Carrier Corp. for moving manufacturing jobs to Mexico last year, even as he profited from a family business that relies on Mexican labor to produce dye for ink pads, according to records reviewed by The Associated Press.
“Words cannot even begin to describe the level of revulsion I feel after reading Representative Scott Hamann’s recent tirade that has come to light,” Kouzounas said in a statement. “Perhaps the most alarming aspect of this tirade is an implied death threat against our president.”
A robot waitress is drawing crowds and national attention to a pizza place in Multan, Pakistan, and to the future of the automated service industry.
Last week, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the First Amendment does apply to the filming of police officers. This ruling affirms five other previous appeals court rulings.
Based on the evidence obtained in the ongoing investigation, it has been determined the vehicle driven by Venus Williams lawfully entered the intersection on a circular green traffic signal and attempted to travel north through the intersection to Ballenisles Drive.
A US professor telephoned Great Ormond Street Hospital at the request of the White House offering dramatic new evidence in the fight to keep Charlie Gard alive.
The parents of baby Charlie Gard have set out to debunk assertions about Charlie’s development, comfort, and quality of life, as they fight to have their son released from hospital to receive experimental treatment in the U.S., standing by their position that as long as Charlie is still fighting “then we’re still fighting”.
The report, “Gaza – 1o Years On”, published by the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO), said living conditions in Gaza are deteriorating “further and faster” than the last investigation predicted, and that its 2 million residents are suffering from substadard healthcare, education, incomes and a dire lack of electricity and fresh water.
A Texas police department on Wednesday honored a teen who was almost fired for buying an officer a free cookie earlier this month.
Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez transferred large sums of money to a former rival’s campaign after he dropped out of the DNC chair race and endorsed Perez.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out of the race shortly before the voting began, did not have debt after the campaign and did not receive any transfers from Perez, spokespeople said.
ISAs provide an alternative to repaying federal or private loans that students must repay (and don’t forget interest). Under an ISA, an entity funds a student’s college education in exchange for a percentage of the individual’s future income. Low-income students pay a small share, while high-income students pay more. The repayment lengths and periods vary and are pre-determined by the investor.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed several bills into law Tuesday, increasing the penalties for female genital mutilation.
An official for the Department of Education said that 90 percent of sexual assault accusations amount to drunk sex or regret after sex, according to a Wednesday report.
“What I said was flippant, and I am sorry,” she said in her statement. “All sexual harassment and sexual assault must be taken seriously — which has always been my position and will always be the position of this department … My words in the New York Times poorly characterized the conversations I’ve had with countless groups of advocates.”
This is where the facts of the meeting become important. The lawyer promised information about Russian illegal donations to Clinton and the DNC. Trump, Jr. wasn’t promised hacked DNC data or Clinton emails. A Russian said she had proof other Russians gave money illegally to the Clintons. Can you imagine the Clinton campaign turning down this meeting if the role was reversed? If a random Russian had information about other Russians illegally funding Trump’s campaign, John Podesta certainly would have met with her.