The paper stressed that there should be no return to a hard border "as a result of any new controls placed on the movement of goods between the United Kingdom and the EU" and that the imposition of new customs barriers within the United Kingdom could not be accepted.
Title IX regulation rollbacks have always been on Devos' agenda. Jess Davidson, Managing Director of End Rape on Campus, told Huffington Post that the Title IX law "helps students understand what their rights are". At the University of Denver, Title IX coordinator Eric Butler says the news wasn't unexpected. The administration's discourse surrounding sexual assault mainly underplays its severity and casts doubt upon its victims.
Bloomberg reported the Trump administration has urged the Security Council to adopt a united stance on North Korea and Kim, who has said he won't negotiate unless the USA drops its "hostile" policies. United Nations diplomatic sources said they doubted either China or Moscow, both of which have the power to veto United Nations council resolutions, would accept anything more stringent than a ban on imports of North Korean textiles.
Is it inevitable, nothing's inevitable. Amid the rising tension, South Korea installed the four remaining launchers of a U.S. anti-missile Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) system on a former golf course south of its capital, Seoul, early on Thursday.
Photos show the tricky path that the plane had to take to avoid the worst bits of turbulence. Aviation blogger Jason Rabinowitz tracked the plane's voyage using flightRadar24 and provided live commentary on Twitter , it was a nerve-wracking experience.
The storm has deluged the mountainous region in Veracruz, which has a history of deadly floods and mudslides. The natural disaster, the strongest to strike Mexico in more than 80 years, killed at least 61 people. Katia has moved into Mexico, now as a Tropical Storm packing 45 miles per hour winds. Elsewhere, a Category 5 Hurricane Irma left a string of deaths and damage across the Caribbean, battering Cuba late Friday with winds of 160 miles per hour (257 kph) and bearing down on south ...