The lyric "In all thy sons command" will now become "in all of us command."
"We are in a new age of doing business," he said.
A substitute professor called a student with clinically diagnosed anxiety "annoying" and referred to his educational assistant as his "handler."
The 11-year-old girl said she was attacked on Friday—but there was no evidence to support her claim.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had harsh words for the U.S. and called new talks in Canada "harmful."
President Trump didn't believe Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called him a "moron" but did challenge him to an IQ test.
Both the U.S. and Canada have been investigating what caused dozens of workers in Havana to be struck by similar symptoms, including hearing loss, dizziness, and nausea.
The U.S.S. Little Rock has been caught out by the freezing weather that has battered the U.S.
"Do you want some bozo driving a tank to be strung out? No," said military lawyer and instructor, Stuart Hendin.
They might be OK outside, but the penguins have a chick in the flock and zookeepers don't want to risk letting them out when it's 40 degrees below zero.
Canadians consumed $4.8 billion worth of weed in 2015, putting the industry on par with the wine industry.
The caves have eerily straight walls and ceilings, and sections are full of water.
A State Department spokesperson said South Korea, Japan and the 16 United Nations Command members would take part.
Conservative senators say several provinces are not ready to enforce a legal framework by July 1.
Julian Fantino took a tough line on marijuana when serving as Toronto’s police chief.