Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the City of Chicago will file a federal lawsuit against President Donald Trump and the U.S. Justice Department on Sunday. ICE requests to be alerted when local police departments release detainees requires that they be held for 48 hours, longer than the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution.
Tyler Jarrell , 18, was killed by the ride malfunction after he was thrown about 50 feet into the air. Four others remained hospitalized last week, including an 18-year-old woman in a coma, and Jarrell's 18-year-old girlfriend. The accident happened on the Fireball thrill ride, when one row of seats detached from the supporting arm of the attraction while it was in motion.
The vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma on Thursday will be held in secret, but what does this actually mean for the country? Nine of out a total 13 parties had now requested a secret ballot, which will allow members of Zuma's deeply divided African National Congress to vote against him without fear of reprisals.
Jordan's King Abdullah II and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas review the honour guard during a reception ceremony in the West Bank city of Ramallah, August 7, 2017. One of the two men allegedly attacked the Israeli with a screwdriver, while the other was apparently shot dead by accident, according to Israeli officials.
Police say the driver got out of his auto and started shooting after being pulled over. He is considered armed and unsafe, and the public is advised not to approach him. '(Michael) was heroic right to the end. Authorities believe he is on foot and still in the Clinton area, 75 miles (120 kilometers) southeast of Kansas City.
Anti-terrorism prosecutors are investigating the incident . The tower was briefly evacuated during Saturday night's incident but there were no injuries. The man wanted to attack a soldier after encouragement from Islamic State, according to a source close to the investigation. Although a French national, the man was born in Mauritania, an African Arab nation, in 1998.