Many marchers, carrying signs with slogans such as 'Pray to end abortion , ' said they were excited to hear from a president they see as an ally, but hesitated to point to any specific advancements in their agenda from Trump's first year in office.
The Zimbabwean opposition leader Roy Bennett, his wife Heather, pilot Jamie Coleman Dodd, and co-pilot Paul Cobb all died in the crash. The helicopter was transporting the group to a ranch when it crashed. Authorities say the limited information they have indicated the helicopter was flying from Raton to the community of Folsom, less than 70 kilometres away.
YouTube is now removing any video that shows people biting into the pods. In 2015, the satire website The Onion published an article headlined " So Help Me God, I'm Going To Eat One Of Those Multicolored Detergent Pods ". Joan McVoy, spokeswoman for the Nebraska Regional Poison Center, said her organization is "concerned about any edible products meant to look like a potentially toxic substance, since they can be particularly confusing to young children".
Meantime, Schumer accepted an invitation to meet with President Trump at the White House Friday afternoon in a bid to reach a deal. "We're planning for it as if it's 100 percent", he told reporters on Friday. The border will still be patrolled. Folks will still be fighting the fires out West. It is a sign of Republican desperation that they are using the Obama dog whistle in a preemptive attempt to deflect blame away from them for their failure to keep the government open.
Online bookie PaddyPower is collecting bets on which of the 20 cities on Amazon's not-so-short list will land the company's massive second headquarters and Boston is leading with 3-1 odds. "I'd be little concerned with that". "Texas is a hotbed for the tech industry, and both Austin and Dallas have proven themselves to be among the most sought-after locations for companies looking to grow and thrive".
CITY -Although health officials are warning Oklahomans about the dangers of the flu, the number of deaths associated with the virus continues to rise. Numbers from the CDC show 40,600 confirmed cases of the flu in Missouri since fall of past year, and 33 flu-related deaths. Six people have died in that county.