Saturday's demonstration in the British capital involved a two-mile (3-kilometre) march of several thousand people from the US embassy to the Houses of Parliament. Hang on for a minute.we're trying to find some more stories you might like. . "Theresa May's collusion with Trump must end". In all the protests and legal fights, the bright side is that the U.S.
Democrats immediately pounced on President Trump's efforts to roll back rules policing the financial industry, accusing him of doling out gifts to Wall Street and vowing to fight him tooth and nail. The CFPB is largely responsible for regulating mortgage and credit card rules, and Cohn said that change will start at the top, "Personnel is policy".
Okay, I'm stretching the bit about the scientists calling for supercomputers to fill these empty stadiums scattered across the globe. The race to build a scalable and viable quantum computer - an idea whose seed was first laid in the 1980s - is driven by the thirst to create an extremely fast and powerful device, one that would make today's computers look like old, doddering abacuses by comparison.
The 20 compounds the FDA has approved for such use are a new generation of chemicals - often referred to as short-chain, since they contain fewer than 8 carbon-fluorine bonds. None were found in paper cups. Of the food packaging samples tested, they found elevated fluorine levels in more than half the dessert and bread wrappers, 38 percent of sandwich and burger wrappers, and 20 percent of paperboard (think french fry boxes).
The Democrats received little if any sympathy on social media. Tom Carper, D-Delaware, on Tuesday asked that consideration of Pruitt's nomination be postponed until senators received more complete answers. Pruitt's written responses reflected a more detailed and specific expression of doubt about the science of climate change, compared with the vaguer statements he made in his confirmation hearing.
Some of the biggest names in tech are teaming up to support legal action against president Trump's executive order that restricts immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. "And in our view, the President is not adhering to the Constitution when it comes to this executive action". "And we'd be happy to testify further if needed", spokesman Pete Wootton said in a statement .