The federal offense carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. "I am a friend of the President. I have an appointment", according to the police report obtained by CNN . He said in the letter that he had information relevant to the issue of "Russian hackers", according to charging documents. He was not in any danger during the incident, CNN reported , citing an unnamed source.
The suspect, a 25-year-old man, is in custody. Arroyo's partner in the vehicle suffered only minor injuries, though police initially said she was in critical condition. Mayor Bill de Blasio said responders should never have to be subjected to violence. "I'm innocent, I didn't do nothing", Gonzalez, of the Bronx, said as he was walked to a waiting vehicle.
Pro Football Talk reported back in September that Lynch was "up in the air" about a potential NFL return. ESPN says Seattle could decide to release Lynch to allow him to sign with Oakland. He was drafted out of Cal by the Buffalo Bills in 2007 and was traded to the Seahawks after the 2009 season. There's one sticking point in the Raiders' possible pursuit of Lynch: He's still on the Seahawks' reserve/retired list, meaning Seattle still holds his rights.
Committee chairman Chuck Grassley says he expects the hearings to last three to four days. "This is a judge that I've argued in front of when he sat on the U.S. "The information we're learning about Neil Gorsuch's time at the Department of Justice only underscores how deeply concerned Americans should be that this nominee won't be a meaningful check on Donald Trump's illegal and unconstitutional agenda".
Surveillance video caught a fiery crash as an SUV slammed into a pump at a gas station in Seattle, setting it on fire. CCTV footage from a Seattle gas station captured the dramatic moment a high speed Uber crashed into a gas pump, resulting in an explosion.
Trump tweeted earlier this month "Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory". Trump provided no evidence for his claim. Ranking Member Adam Schiff called the White House's response problematic. Asked if he thought he'd get an answer by Wednesday, the South Carolina Republican responded, "I have no idea".