A report shared by the councilwoman falsely stated that a reputable scientific journal had found evidence of a controlled demolition at the site of the Twin Towers.
"I have shared your letter with my staff, and they are working to see what help they can provide,” Trump wrote back to the 8-year-old boy.
Outraged social media users assisted police in identifying Brianna Ashanti Lofton, the smoking one-year-old's mother.
Video footage shows former senior police officer Christopher Hickman use a stun gun on the victim, who was stopped for jaywalking.
The suspects were detained after entering the school to pick up a friend and charged with second-degree trespassing.
“She cannot read or write even in her own language. So when you hand her a boarding pass, she's trusting that it's the right boarding pass,” her daughter said.
The child’s family is suing both the teacher and the school.
A judge's sign-off is still needed to make the settlement effective
The state emergency management agency tweeted that "the greatest impacts" from Maria would come late Tuesday and last through early Thursday.
The new land mass has been nicknamed Shelly Island.
Lower court ruling stands that scrapped two House districts where race was unlawfully used as a factor in determining voting lines.
The state asked for $929 million, but it's getting $6.1 million.
Live ammo wouldn't be permitted under a bill that would authorize education officials to create a "comprehensive firearm education course" for high school students.
The mighty athletic conference follows the NCAA in lifting its boycott, imposed after the state regulated which bathrooms trans citizens could use.
The law requires transgender people to use restrooms in schools and government buildings that correspond to the sex on their birth certificate.
Justice Elena Kagan mentioned Donald Trump's Twitter feed, which he used as a candidate and now as U.S. president, as an example of how social media has become vital in the political sphere.
The law known as House Bill 2, which bars transgender people from using government-run restrooms that match their gender identity and limits local nondiscrimination protections, will doom the state's chances, Dupree wrote in a letter.
The states are following the lead of North Carolina, which made international headlines over its House Bill 2.
Donald Trump didn’t pay a price for his violation of the norms that support democracy.
The state in March became the first to bar transgender people from using public restrooms that match their gender identity.
Incoming Democratic Governor Roy Cooper says the state legislature may call a special session to consider scrapping HB2, which sparked economic boycotts.