Thousands of people across the country have taken to the streets to protest Donald Trump's election as president - and Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that it's the responsibility of President Obama and Hillary Clinton to quell the protests, not Trump.
They said the pilot was safe after ejecting from the plane. "The pilot's health is in no danger". It is unclear why the aircraft crashed; landing and taking off from an aircraft carrier is extremely hard - even for the best-trained pilots.
It's all part of National Collection Week. Winston County volunteers are opening several sites in the area to serve as drop-off locations for gift-filled shoeboxes. "We picked up about 80 some odd boxes today, we're looking forward to more people coming in today and bringing their boxes back so we can ship them off", says Bryan Pederson, Operation Christmas Child Volunteer.
Officials at the Cobb County Department of Public Safety said temperatures hit 92 degrees Fahrenheit the day of Cooper's death. He added, "I believe justice was served today on behalf of young Cooper Harris". Marietta attorneys Maddox Kilgore, Carlos Rodriguez and Bryan Lumpkin represented Harris, who has been in custody since Cooper's death. "If it's an accident, it's not a crime", Kilgore said.
In Portland, four people were in custody in connection with a shooting that happened during a Trump protest; the victim was not seriously hurt. The suspect had a confrontation with protesters on Morrison Bridge, fired multiple shots and then fled the scene, according to Oregon Public Broadcasting.
The president of South Korea is to be questioned by prosecutors within the next 48 hours as pressure grows for her resignation in a political scandal that drew hundreds of thousands of protesters on to the streets of Seoul. Officials at the prosecutors office could not immediately be reached for confirmation or comment. Three opposition parties joined the rally, along with many of their presidential hopefuls.