He noticed that the driver of the slow-moving vehicle was having a medical emergency, so the Good Samaritan jumped out of his vehicle, dove through the passenger side window of the other auto and stopped it. The video shows a vehicle running a red light at a low speed and heading into oncoming traffic. Once Tompkins was inside the vehicle, he managed to stop the auto, which is when police officers rushed to the driver's aid, ABC 7 reports .
The committee had issued subpoenas for documents from two businesses Flynn operated - Flynn Intel LLC and Flynn Intel, Inc. - with a list of documents they wanted after Flynn stonewalled the panel. White House spokesman Michael Short confirmed that the new policy would apply to all aspects of the Russian Federation probes being conducted by Congress and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn will face a live grilling from veteran broadcaster Jeremy Paxman tonight in what is being billed as the "Battle for Number 10". Ms May is expected to win comfortably on June 8 , but her party's lead in opinion polls has narrowed sharply in the last week , calling into question her decision to call the unscheduled election seeking a strong endorsement of her Brexit strategy.
McHugh was also criticized after she lashed out at actor Pej Vahdat , who called her a "moron", by saying: 'You're an Indian.' Vahdat is in fact Iranian-American. She once tweeted, "Mexicans wrecked Mexico & think invading the United States of America will magically cure them them of their retarded dysfunction".
The high court, with no recorded dissents, sent the case back to a three-judge federal district court panel that in November had ordered North Carolina to conduct a new round of elections this year for the 28 legislative seats at issue. The lower court now has a tough decision on its hands. UPDATED 1:31 P.M.: This post was updated to clarify that the Supreme Court's summary of its ruling did not give any reasons why it made a decision to uphold the lower court's ruling.
That comes as two months of opposition protests against President Nicolas Maduro have killed nearly 60 people and the collapse of the country's socialist economy has left millions of people struggling to eat. In a statement, Goldman Sachs said it made the purchase in the expectation that the political situation in Venezuela would improve. A small group of protesters gathered outside the Goldman Sachs offices in NY on Tuesday, holding placards accusing the company of supporting ...