The search for Couch and his mother has reportedly increased with the assistance of US Marshalls and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Tarrant County Sheriff previously confirmed for the local NBC affiliate that Couch missed an appointment with his probation officer and, while that is not uncommon, what was not a good sign was when juvenile services went to speak to Couch, they could not find him or his mother.
Six travelers were being questioned, including the individual who informed the team about the gadget, said a Kenyan police official who is a piece of the examination and who demanded secrecy on the grounds that he is not approved to identify with the press.
Imam Abdullah Polovina, an immigrant from the former Yugoslavia who leads a Muslim Bosnian congregation in Portland, told the council that area Muslims strongly condemn violence and extremism of any kind.
Los Angeles School District bus drivers walk away from their buses parked at a bus garage in Gardena. Los Angeles law enforcement and city leaders are defending the decision to shut down the city's school system due to an emailed threat. Like a child celebrating a snow day, Michael Ramirez skateboarded down the middle of Cypress Avenue in Northeast Los Angeles, popping wheelies and blasting music through white earbuds.
Among Republicans the views are mixed: 42 percent of Republican respondents back Mr. Trump's Muslim ban while 36 percent oppose it. Trump's call for barring Muslims drew criticism from some members of Netanyahu's governing coalition, and 37 Israeli Parliament members signed a letter urging the prime minister to cancel the meeting.
She called for deep reflection on whether actions by countries like the USA in beefing up military deployment and militarising the region are in sync with the wish of other countries, "especially in view of the peaceful and stable situation in the South China Sea".