The White House sought to show that the array of USA military actions on President Barack Obama's watch have been on solid legal footing, with a new report on December 5, 2016, shedding light on how an evolving interpretation of a 9/11-era law has been used to justify new and emerging threats overseas.
Trump, who vowed during his campaign to label China a currency manipulator, issued more tough rhetoric on Sunday. Following a deluge of criticism over his move to talk to the Taiwanese president, Mr Trump tweeted: "The President of Taiwan CALLED ME today to wish me congratulations on winning the Presidency".
Michael Slager, center, walks from the Charleston County Courthouse under the protection from the Charleston County Sheriff's Department after a mistrial was declared for his trial Monday Dec. In other words, police officers are governed by the same self-defense law as other people. Slager is scheduled to go on trial early next year on federal charges , including civil rights offenses, related to the shooting.
Several civilians confirmed that the government was continuing its advance into the Old City. The rebels made no offer to pull out of Aleppo , though their proposal promised to negotiate the fate of the city when the humanitarian crisis eases.
Americus Police Chief Mark Scott said the officers were looking for Hembrick. GBI director Vernon Keenan held a press conference to appeal to Minquell Lembrick, the suspect in the shooting of two Americus officers, to turn himself in.
Richardson said Roof's two-hour confession to police was recorded and will be played in court. "There were so many shots", said Sanders, the first witness to testify at Roof's federal death penalty trial. Sanders said the pastor of the church, Rev. Clementa Pinckney, was the first to be hit by gunfire. "I muzzled her face to my body so tight, that I thought I suffocated her", Sanders said.