According to a "close family friend" of the former president, who spoke with reporter Leon Wagener of The Daily Mail , Obama's goal is to "oust Trump from the presidency either by forcing his resignation or through his impeachment". Monday's news ended six years of legal wrangling between the DOJ under Obama and Texas over the rule, which mandates voters must show certain forms of identification before casting a ballot.
The following day, her husband Devesh Chaudhary, 23, and some friends took her body to be cremated on a funeral pyre. The body had suffered 70% burns by the time it was wrenched from the pyre and a post-mortem found ash in the respiratory tract, suggesting she was still breathing when she was cremated.
You may read the Facebook update below. Rest assured, a calf is coming, but the initial belief that birth was imminent does not seem to be the case. "Ladies out there", Patch said. While April has not yet given birth, the park reported on its Facebook page that it welcomed twin black belly Barbados lambs Saturday morning and another lamb Monday.
The takeaway: If a politician has no problem scrambling up a steep border fence, then perhaps a 1,900 mile wall will not better serve the goal of keeping people out. Guerra's actions continued a conversation on Twitter about how effective a wall would be to keep people out of the U.S. Some replied with support for Guerra, saying he showed wall construction would be "useless".
Last week, Detroit traded forward Tomas Jurco to the Chicago Blackhawks for a second round pick this year. The Florida Panthers were not expected to be big players at the NHL Trade Deadline. Depending on who the Wings lose in the expansion draft, it's entirely possible Ott returns next season. The Red Wings are 11 points out of a playoff spot so it appears the 25-year playoff streak is going to end.
Sinn Fein's deputy first minister Martin McGuinness quit in January, saying he could no longer work with Northern Ireland's first minister Arlene Foster , the DUP leader. "Brexit sped into the political crisis because Brexit is a highly divisive issue between unionists and (Irish) nationalists", said Jonathan Tonge, a politics professor at Liverpool University and an author of several publications on Northern Irish politics.