Lewis Bennett, a Delray Beach resident, was taken into custody on a charge of second-degree murder on the high seas Tuesday.
Steve Montenegro, who has described himself as a “leader of virtue,” said reports on the exchange are “false tabloid trash.”
Attention was drawn away from the Canadian prime minister.
D'Souza taunted high school students after 17 of their classmates and teachers died in the Parkland, Florida shooting.
Roxanne Deschamps also had Cruz's brother Zachary, 17, involuntarily committed on Friday.
NRA warns "they're coming for us" after message appears in wake of Florida school shooting.
The lawsuit outlined other "demeaning" hazing rituals, such as forcing pledges to carry 5-pound bricks.
Kushner feels he's been singled out by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.
The meeting had been in the works for weeks, but North Korea abruptly canceled two hours before scheduled talks.
The president's son liked a conspiracy theory about David Hogg.
“We must do more to protect our children,” the president said.
This is the story Newsweek editors and a reporter were fired over.
Russia, China and Iran distantly trailed North Korea.
The motion comes less than a week after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida high school.
Kushner is “trying to frame handouts to the private prison industry as reform,” Democracy Forward’s policy and strategy director said.
"He was super driven and committed. That’s one thing you can say about Suge Knight is that he really went after it."
The mayor pro tempore of Dallas has said the meeting is not appropriate in the wake of last week's mass shooting.
The president wants to roll back Obamacare by allowing for low-cost, but low-coverage, alternatives.
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The bill rolls back some regulations from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which placed restrictions on banks in the wake of the financial crisis.
White voters stood out as major proponents of tighter restrictions after last week's mass shooting at a Florida school.
"I want these women to continue being the legends that they are, continue inspiring younger generations like they did for us when we were coming up."
After the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history, angry students won't let the issue of gun control disappear as it has after previous mass shootings.
Trump declined the invitation to the annual white-tie event last year.
“Never happened!" Trump tweeted after The Washington Post report was published.
"Yellowstone is just a very swarmy place."
"I can't live knowing that my gun's out there and it could one day possibly commit a horrific act like the other day in Florida," Scott Pappalardo said.
The Republican questioned whether more gun control legislation was necessary to hinder mass shootings.
The incident took place in a restroom at Jackson Memorial Middle School.
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