That date holds special meaning for some marijuana users as it marks 4/20 on the calendar. According to CNBC , Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ran on legalizing marijuana - a campaign promise that garnered major support with younger voters - and originally set a timeframe of doing so by spring 2017.
Secret Service said Marci Wahl, 38, of Everett, Washington, tripped the Treasury Building alarm about 2:15 a.m. Sunday, The Washington Post reported . Visitors to the White House say security should be tighter, but it's unlikely anyone could make it too far. Officers found her hanging from the inside of the fence by her shoelaces , which were "caught on top of the fence", according to a police report on that incident.
So, did he? Well, his attire sure suggests he did. At The New York Times , Eric Lipton and Noah Weiland have a more substantive critique of Trump's frequent visits to Trump-branded properties, including at least a second presidential meal at his hotel in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night - the only restaurant he's eaten at in D.C.
President Trump is committed to building a 1,900-mile wall along the U.S. border with Mexico after campaigning vociferously on the pledge in the run-up to the November 2016 election. Meanwhile, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has stressed that Mexico will never pay for a border wall. Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo warned last week that Mexican citizens would judge companies who choose to participate and base future buying decisions on "which brands are loyal to the national ...
In the attack that Masood carried out on March 22, he used a rented Hyundai to mow down pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge before running the auto into the Carriage Gates of Parliament. "She's a fighter", Burton said. The family did not say when they expect Melissa Cochran to be released from the hospital. Melissa and Kurt were on the last day of their dream European vacation when they became a couple of the first victims in the attack.
He also talked about the privileges of MPs, responding to which the minister said: "An MP is also a passenger". The incident as well as the action by the airlines have triggered a controversy on whether an elected representative can be barred from flying in the absence of any specific legal provisions.