Trump told the workers and media members gathered at the Carrier factory that he had worked to keep 1,100 jobs from moving to Monterrey, Mexico. Some 550 job cuts are still expected. Jones also highlighted a United Technologies plant in Huntington, Indiana that is planning to move 700 jobs to Mexico. Soon after Trump's tweets went out Wednesday night, the union leader started getting harassing phone calls, Jones said.
Roof also designed his own logo that included his initials, a swastika and the number 88, which for white supremacists stands for "Heil Hitler", the prosecutor said. Defense attorney David Bruck said their case won't take long to present in his opening statement to the jury. Richardson said Roof showed exactly what was in his heart when he pointed the gun and pulled the trigger, hitting the church members more than 60 times.
Ivanka Trump , the eldest daughter of President-elect Donald Trump , is moving her family to Washington , D.C., from their home in New York, CNN reported on Dec 5. The hotel, located on Pennsylvania Ave. near the White House , has been listed as a potential conflict of interest, as diplomats have said they would look to book rooms to send a good message to the new president.
President-elect Donald Trump announced last night that he would nominate retired Marine Corps General James "Mad Dog" Mattis for Secretary of Defense. "That a person who has within ten years been on active duty as a commissioned officer in a Regular component of the armed services shall not be eligible for appointment as Secretary of Defense." In the book Warriors & Citizens: American Views of our Military , which Mattis co-edited a book with Kori N.
Investigators said she didn't have money or a cell phone with her when she left for the run. She had been staying with her aunt Thelma Joyce Newsom, and the aunt's husband, Mike Newsom. The arrest warrant had been issued by the Indiana State Police, authorities said. Police have been looking for him since his estranged wife, Rachael L.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi had boasted going into the vote that she had support from two-thirds of the caucus, and she received just over the amount. The irony is, as many have pointed out, with Democrats having lost massive numbers of Representatives from the Heartland and the South, the Democratic caucus is now overwhelmingly filled with ultra-liberal members from the most liberal states in the nation, primarily the Northeast and the West coast.
Heitkamp told CNN Thursday she has no inkling of what the meeting may be about, but said she was open to discussing serving in a Trump administration. "We think there's certainly a common interest in doing things on energy, a common interest in doing things in agriculture", she said. If not, she seems to be indicating she is a possible vote for the Trump agenda.
This was so as to eliminate any conflict of interest and maintain impartiality in dealings. Senator Lindsey Graham of SC, a longtime Republican critic of Trump, told reporters on Tuesday that failing to exit his business fully would "cloud his presidency".
The county prosecutor said that his office's victim assistance officer has talked to the DuBose family about his decision. There is no end to the amount of times the case could go through retrial if the result continues to be a retrial, according to another FOX19 NOW legal expert, Mike Allen, the county's former prosecutor.
The order includes the encampment called Oceti Sakowin , or Seven Council Fires camp. The protesters fighting to block the Dakota Access Pipeline have vowed to stand their ground despite growing calls for them to leave and threats of prosecution from law enforcement.
A man plowed a vehicle into people gathered outside Watts Hall just before 10 a.m. Monday after a gas leak led someone to pull a fire alarm in the building, OSU police Chief Craig Stone said. It wasn't immediately clear how the injuries were sustained. "He did a fabulous job today", she said. Police also blocked off roads around the perimeter of the campus, clogging area traffic.
Dakota Access has been the center of protests that have resulted in hundreds of arrests, injuries, damaged property and more than $10 million in law enforcement-related costs for North Dakota. On Sunday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sent a letter to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, informing them that the Oceti Sakowin camp now being used by those protesting the North Dakota Access Pipeline would be closed by December 5.
It noted that Dorsey, who had more than 4 million followers, upon reinstatement had less than 150. For about 30 minutes, Dorsey's account was suspended, which only the company can do, while accounts can be deactivated by users. Dorsey, the company's original CEO, was forced to leave Twitter in 2008; however, he returned to his position as CEO previous year. "Just setting up my twttr.again (account suspension was an internal mistake)", he wrote in a tweet , less than an hour after his ...
Officers found McKane by using videos and information turned up by the investigation, the chief said. An ambush-style attack does not necessarily involve someone lying in wait for police officers; it's any shooting created to catch police off-guard and put them at a disadvantage, Floyd said.
Carson initially appeared uninterested in a post in Trump's administration. The conservative Carson is widely rumored to be considering a GOP presidential run in 2016. Shaun Donovan , who was President Barack Obama's first pick for this position, oversaw the $14 billion HUD received from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, known as stimulus.
Still, Florida in years past has had the highest enrollment through ACA , Pafford said. Providers who disclose fees and declare their network status in a patient quotation would be an indicator of transparency. But when he turned 60, he thought he should finally be insured and discovered he qualified for Medicaid. Prior to ACA's passage, most insurance plans kicked subscribers' children off the rolls once they turned 18 or graduated college.
It has prioritized the removal of convicted criminals and recent illegal border crossers, which isn't dissimilar to what president-elect Trump suggested would be his administration's emphasis in a recent interview on CBS' " 60 Minutes ".
It is unclear whether this is legal, because U.S. law states federal funding can only be withheld if a city or state refuses to do something directly related to the funding they are receiving. The office was established three years ago to focus on integrating immigrants into the community. The mayor's office today issued guidance on "supporting diversity and inclusion", which included a list of resources for immigrants that are afraid of deportation.
But all of us ought to remember who won the election. As a senator, Sessions criticized US companies that brought guest workers to the United States on temporary visas. "It's just maddening", he added. As attorney general for a president who campaigned on a "law and order" stance, Sessions is likely to depart from the priorities of his predecessors in the Obama administration, Loretta Lynch and Eric Holder.
In the video , a white teacher is seen pulling a black boy by his shirt and yelling for him to get out of her class. The video has been viewed online more than 1 million times. "You're gonna get shot!" She said the teacher taught eighth grade science. " In the country right now, here in city schools, we are clear: We do not tolerate that type of language or interaction using hate speech with anyone, let along our young people ", Santelises said.
Domingue was called upon for a 37-yard kick on a 4th-and-2 at the West Virginia 20. "As far as West Virginia goes they're a balanced team", Haines said. In five years of the Big 12's round-robin football scheduling, no team has gone 9-0. We had to stop him and make others make plays. All that set up a 3-yard scoring run from McKoy and a 24-13 Mountaineer lead.
No one quite knew the answer. "I think we all agree this was a stunning election", Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters. He offended and attacked others while running as a Washington outsider, including House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, who did not campaign with him.
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department confirmed that the "armed and dangerous" Machado is now in custody. "This was an execution", Sheriff Adam Christianson told reporters at a brief press conference . We will have more on this breaking story as information becomes available. The sheriff said Wallace "was calling in the stolen vehicle to dispatch and then everything went silent".
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Malik Jefferson had lost his mojo and so had the Texas Longhorns. But West Virginia managed to contain Texas' offense for most of the second half to come out with a win. As a result, the 'Horns converted only 5-of-17 third downs. Knowing that Foreman rushed for 341 yards in last Saturday's win over Texas Tech, and remembering that the big, physical back ran for 147 during a 38-20 loss to WVU previous year in Morgantown, Holgorsen expects UT head coach Charlie ...
Gwin's order did not apply to the Ohio Republican Party, which he dismissed as a defendant in the case, but it does include "groups associated with the Clinton for Presidency campaign". In Phoenix, attorneys for Trump and the state GOP want U.S. District Court Judge John Tuchi to reject what they called an emergency request to prohibit hypothetical political conduct by unidentified people.
Russ Feingold on the November 8 ballot. Tyler also says that Clinton has acknowledged she made a mistake with her email use and would've done things differently. Despite the new Democratic spending in the state, it's not clear that's going to change. Later Friday his office issued a news release saying Johnson, who chairs the Senate's homeland security council, had asked Comey to have his staff brief his office by November 4 on the investigation and whether any information was exposed to US ...
Business Insider's latest electoral projection has Clinton likely to win 322 electoral college votes to Trump's 187. But the audience seemed to think Trump had crossed a line with his caustic language about Clinton. 20. "I said that - 'We can't say that.' They said, 'Well, Michelle Obama said it.' I said, 'She did?'" "In fact, just before taking the dais, Hillary accidentally bumped into me and she very simply said, 'Pardon me.' And I very quietly replied, let me talk to you about that ...
Comey said that although he felt obligated to "supplement the record" in light of the new emails, "I don't want to create a misleading impression". On that latter point, though, Comey, in fact, said the new trove is "pertinent" to the Clinton email investigation, without explaining how.
The FBI informed Congress on Friday it is investigating whether there is classified information in new emails that have emerged in its probe of Hillary Clinton's private server. Mrs. Clinton left the State Department in 2013 and turned over 30,000 of her emails to the State Department the following year. "Although we did not find clear evidence that Secretary Clinton or her colleagues meant to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they ...
I realized he was bigger and stronger. "I thought maybe I could just wait this out and then get away", she told police. But cook's attorneys today fired back, claiming any encounters were consensual and they know of no such journal entry. "'Disturbingly enough there were statements of "kill" and statements of 'sexual desires'". A no contest plea was entered. Bond was set at $200,000 and he remains in jail.