They hate the president", Cruz said. Cruz easily won 85% of the Republican vote, while O'Rourke secured his party's nomination with about 62% of the Democratic vote. O'Rourke could have a challenge in Texas, though, when it comes to Second Amendment rights. "O'Rourke is now in a race to define himself to Texas voters before Ted Cruz does it for him", said former El Paso Times Editor Bob Moore, adding that O'Rourke will need to swarm Texas and its 20 different media markets, with ...
Back in 2007, you were lucky if you had the previous Six Nations game; analysts might have to do a deal with another country to try and swap footage. John Barclay admits Brian O'Driscoll was spot on by claiming Scotland's can not be considered genuine NatWest 6 Nations title contenders until they find a cure for their travel sickness.
The alert system has put out a "Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution" alert. The alert included an indefinite ban on travel to Playa del Carmen by USA government employees. USA officials have been in touch with Mexican law enforcement officials who are leading the investigation, Nauert said at a news briefing Thursday.
All this comes amidst the ongoing political slugfest between the NDA government and Congress, with the latter levelling allegations that the "non-transparent" Rafale deal was vastly overpriced, violated defence procurement procedures, included no transfer of technology (ToT), and was meant to benefit the Anil Ambani-promoted Reliance Defence as the "offsets partner" of the French fighter manufacturer Dassault Aviation.
Clashes erupted between Palestinian youth and Israeli troops in the occupied West Bank on Friday amid ongoing demonstrations against the USA decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, according to eyewitnesses. Trump's announcement and the planned move in May of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - home to sites holy to Muslims, Jews and Christians - reversed decades of USA policy on the city.
Los Angeles County sheriff's Capt. Christopher Bergner says the suspect fired through the door, striking Casillas and another officer. The suspect crashed into a parked vehicle before fleeing on foot, sheriff's officials reported . LASD SWAT and crisis negotiators had spent the night trying to negotiate with the suspect to surrender. The confrontation began when Pomona police officers attempted to stop the suspect for alleged reckless driving.