No deaths or serious injuries have yet been reported , as per the city's website . The city has opened the Bachman Recreation Center for residents without power or homes, with the Red Cross on-site to assist. Monday. "I think we should all be very grateful for that", he said. "We also saw golf ball- and baseball-sized hail in some areas and a narrow swath of north Dallas that got between one to three inches of rain", Roth said, or the equivalent of 2.5 cm to 7.6 cm.
But the European Parliament will not ratify the EU Withdrawal Agreement before the British Parliament does it, an EU official said on Monday. Having secured his agreement with the European Union at the 11th hour, Johnson convened a highly unusual sitting of parliament on Saturday with the intention of forcing through a " meaningful vote " (as required by an amendment by Dominic Grieve to legislation brought forward by Mrs May) which could have meant that he avoided the need to request an ...
Jake Tapper and his panel hit President Donald Trump this afternoon for going off on the " phony emoluments clause " and his initial decision to hold the G7 at his Doral resort before calling it off. In an interview on "Axios on HBO", Jonathan Swan asked the SC senator: "Are you open minded if more to comes out that you could support impeachment?" "I don't think it'll be as exciting or as good", he said.
It remains unclear what will happen when the 120-hour ceasefire negotiated by the US ends on Tuesday. The assault was expected to target a block of territory in the center of the border where the USA and Turkey had been trying to work out a compromise " safe zone " arrangement.
While polls have proven wrong before-a fact Americans know all too well-an average of publicly available polling data published by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC ) suggests that Trudeau could secure a second term, but with a minority government.
Under the changes, introduced by MPs in Westminster last July in the absence the devolved Stormont Executive, same-sex marriage will become legal and will be introduced from January. The DUP said Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin, had advised the party that the Assembly's rules could be suspended to allow debate on the proposed legislation.