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Trump’s Yemen veto won’t stop Congress from trying to punish Saudi Arabia

Yemen war participation vetoedPresident Trump vetoed a bipartisan resolution to cut off U.S. military aid to the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen’s civil war, which has killed an estimated 85,000 children due to famine, so lawmakers are exploring other means, including cutting off some arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

This was the first time lawmakers on Capitol Hill have sent a president legislation under the War Powers Act to end U.S. involvement in a conflict abroad, and it marks only the second veto of Trump’s presidency. While he argued he doesn’t want U.S. forces involved in the conflict indefinitely, Trump told lawmakers the resolution would have set a bad precedent.


Arizona school district claims students in 'MAGA' attire harassed classmates

maga hats bring out ugly behaviorOfficials at an Arizona high school have reportedly claimed that some students in "Make America Great Again" (MAGA) attire harassed other students at the school.

An attorney for the school district wrote in an April 8 letter to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office that, during a March 1 “Party in the USA” spirit day at Perry High School, students in clothes depicting President Trump's signature campaign phrase verbally harassed other students during lunch, the Arizona Republic reported Wednesday.

The school district's attorney, Cathleen Dooley, claimed in her letter that one student called another a “p--sy liberal” and that the group in the MAGA gear was chanting “Trump."

TVNL Comment: Seems that the MAGA hats bring out the best in our kids.  Yeah, right.



Sol Pais found dead near base of Mt. Evans ending massive manhunt, sources say

Sol Paias deadAfter a massive manhunt along the Front Range and foothills west of Denver, Sol Pais was found dead Wednesday morning near the base of Mt. Evans, according to multiple sources.

The 18-year-old woman from Surfside, Fla. had been wanted by authorities since Tuesday morning after allegedly making "credible" threats toward schools in the Denver metro area. Multiple sources told Denver7


Trump approval rating down ahead of Mueller report release: poll

Trump approval rating downPresident Trump's approval rating is down to 40 percent ahead of the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, according to a new poll from Monmouth University.

The poll released Wednesday showed the president's approval rating dropping 4 points since Monmouth's survey last came out in March. His disapproval rating sits at 54 percent, up 3 points since March.

Mueller's report will be released on Thursday, according to the Justice Department. A four-page summary already released by Attorney General William Barr said Mueller did not find evidence of a conspiracy between Trump's campaign and Russia.

Trump reverses policy, allows lawsuits against businesses in Cuba

Trump allows law suits against acuban businesses

The Trump administration announced Wednesday it will allow U.S. citizens to sue foreign businesses using property seized during the 1959 Cuban revolution, reversing two decades of policy as it escalates pressure on the communist island nation.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the administration will not renew a prohibition on lawsuits in a decision that also sets up a showdown with European nations and other allies whose companies do business in Cuba.

“Sadly, Cuba’s most prominent export these days is not cigars or rum. It’s oppression,” Pompeo said during brief remarks at the State Department. “Detente with the regime has failed. Cozying up to Cuban dictators will always be a black mark on this great nation’s long record of defending human rights.”


Epstein Accuser Sues Alan Dershowitz Over Alleged Sex Ring

Alan Dershowitz sued over Epstein sex ring

A new accuser has come forward against Jeffrey Epstein, claiming the billionaire pedophile and his alleged madam, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, sexually assaulted her and her underage sister on different occasions in the 1990s.

The allegations surfaced Tuesday as part of a defamation suit Virginia Roberts Giuffre filed against Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, a friend and attorney of Epstein’s who helped secure a controversial plea deal for Epstein after he was arrested in 2006 for molesting dozens of minor girls at his Palm Beach mansion.


Experts deride Trump's Notre Dame firefighting advice as 'risible'

Experts laugh at Trumps advice on Notre Dame fire

French fire chiefs have dismissed comments by Donald Trump on how to tackle the fire which engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral, with one describing the US president’s advice as “risible”.

As the fire raged on the roof of the Paris landmark on Monday, Trump tweeted: “Perhaps flying water tankers could be used to put it out. Must act quickly!”

But doing that would have brought the ancient cathedral crashing down, the fire chiefs said, in comments backed up by experts in Britain.

“Everything would have collapsed,” said Lt Col Michael Bernier, a fire chief who speaks for France’s civil defence organisation and who described the suggestion as “risible”.


Court rules detainees don't have to be held in same state as children

Children don't have to in same state as detained parentsA federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that apprehended migrants do not have the right to be held in the same state as their children while in detention, thrusting the issue of migrant family separations back into the spotlight.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed a district court’s ruling that migrants do not have a “due process right to family unity.”

“On the merits, we, like the district court, have been unable to find a substantive due process right to family unity in the context of immigration detention pending removal,” the appeals court wrote in its ruling.



Columbine High Among More Than 20 Denver Schools on Lockdown Over ‘Credible Threat’

Columbine High among many on lockdown

Columbine High School and about 20 other Denver schools were placed on lockout Tuesday afternoon after what law enforcement said was “a credible threat involving the schools.”

The lockout began around 2 p.m. and involved an FBI investigation, a Jefferson County sheriff’s spokesman said, though he could not provide any further details.

Other school districts and Denver-area police departments were also monitoring the situation. “All students and staff are safe.



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