From the outset, U.S. District Judge Amos L. Mazzant III noted that the SEC's case against Paxton was unlike those he usually sees from the commission. "These unfounded charges are, at their core, politically motivated", Paxton said in a note to supporters. "They have spoken ill of the Texas Attorney General and our beloved Governor Greg Abbott while treating law-abiding citizens like criminals".
Once it hits landfall, the NHC predicts Hermine will strengthen to become a hurricane. But meteorologist Ian Morrison from the National Weather Service says if the storm veers to the south, it could have a much greater impact. At the last advisory to be issued by the National Hurricane Center , the storm was about 405 miles east-northeast of Cape Hatteras, NC, with winds of 30 mph, moving northeast at 15 mph.
Bans on the burkini continue to loosen in France after a court in Nice suspended the rule against the wearing of the full-body swimsuit on its beach. "The mayor can not, without exceeding his powers, enact a provision that prohibits access to the beach and the sea if it is not based on a proven risk of provoking public order, or established violations of hygiene, decency or safety", read the ruling from the magistrates.
She rejected the effort as a "coup". "The Senate made that decision, wrongly or rightly, but the Senate made that decision", Temer said on the sidelines of a business summit in Shanghai ahead of a G20 summit in China. The new leader faces multiple difficulties at home, with Rousseff filing a Supreme Court challenge against her conviction for taking illegal state loans.
Before the wounds of the July 1 deadly terror attack at a Spanish restaurant in Dhaka , that left 22 people, including 18 foreigners and two police officers dead, had even begun to heal, Bangladesh suffered a fresh blow on July 7 when terrorists attacked Muslims' Eid prayers.
He was critically wounded during a shootout with police early Thursday after he earlier shot three in Christiania when officers tried to arrest him. Wednesday's shooting had prompted a backlash from Danish politicians and commentators, but on Friday Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen tweeted: "Well done Christiania ".