Although McGhan, as a witness in the special counsel's probe, has not been involved in the White House's response to the investigation, he reportedly lobbied for Flood to be added to the legal team and clashed with Cobb over strategy, AP reported.
Its primary hazards were reported as 70-mph wind gusts and nickel-sized hail. Torontonians can expect wind gusts of 90 km/h. It says the gusts may be strong enough to blow shingles off the roofs of buildings, toss around loose objects or cause tree branches to break.
The suspect took a three-year-old and an 11-month-old child with him, and they have since been recovered safely. ABC-owned station KABC reported on Wednesday that the previous day's pursuit was the second one involving Houk, and that an earlier chase in Santa Clarita was canceled following a domestic violence incident.
Twitter doesn't specify whether or not the bug affected everyone's passwords or not, but it is recommending that all users change their password out of "an abundance of caution". However, the glitch caused passwords to be written into the company's internal computer system before the hashing process was completed. In an unsurprising turn of events, Twitter has "found a bug" in its system that apparently stored user passwords unmasked.
Likewise, the Foreign Minister of Australia Julie Bishop noted that "if the media reports are accurate, then the Australian government would be concerned because this would be contrary to China's stated aspiration that it would not militarize these features", reports the Sydney Morning Herald .
Britain's main political parties all made gains in local council elections, benefiting from the collapse of the U.K. Independence Party, in results that saw Jeremy Corbyn's Labour continue to struggle outside London. The Eurosceptic party picked up 161 seats in 2014 - the same day it topped the European elections. Mr Khan, speaking at the Wandsworth count, told the Press Association: "What I'd be disappointed by was if we didn't make progress across London in terms of the numbers of ...