The White House lawyer provided Betsy DeVos with legal justification for ignoring a 2018 court order, prompting a judge to hold the Education Secretary in contempt of court last month.
The criticism came after the Microsoft founder said he would have to "do a little math" related to Warren's billionaire tax proposals which he worried could leave him $100 billion out of pocket.
"The idea of a people, investors and banks buying into a company like Saudi Aramco just flies in the face of everything we need to do to stop climate breakdown," Rachel Kennerley of Friends of the Earth told Newsweek.
Audio attributed to the prominent white nationalist activist had thousands of people writing to the social media platform.
The man's body was discovered at the bottom of Riverside Quarry in Jurupa Valley, 50 miles east of Los Angeles, on Sunday morning.
Newsweek spoke to several chemical weapons experts on why the devastating substance continues to be used without international accountability.
The attacker was reportedly a mandarin-speaking, pro-Beijing reporter who attacked protesters after arguing with them.
A housekeeper discovered Ricardo Marques Ferreira's body covered in blood and with several stab wounds when she entered his room in Zurich, Switzerland to clean it.
The close adviser to acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins a number of other White House officials who have been instructed by the White House not to comply.
The negative reception to the president came in spite of Trump's early support for the sport who hosted its events when other venues and legislators shunned the UFC.
Orlando Tercero, a 23-year-old former student of Binghamton University, could face up to 30 years in prison for the murder of Haley Anderson.
Lawyers are trying to discover why Lieutenant Keith Turner was never fired after a woman he allegedly beat is now paralyzed from the neck down.
The president unfurled an ardent attack on impeachment proceedings shortly after the House voted to make the inquiry official.
Numerous people shared the image of the two fountains on social media and called for the school to investigate.
Marine Colonel Daniel Wilson, 58, was freed last week after a military appellate court cleared him of abusing another Marine's daughter.
At least four people were killed, according to unconfirmed reports, and several more were wounded.
The California Democrat also pointed at the double standards of her departure while Trump remained in office despite being accused of sexual assault.
Jonathan Pageau said the Chicago rapper was the artist who was best placed to take culture out of an "upside-down world."
Richard Painter, a chief ethics lawyer under former President George W. Bush, labelled intentions of George Papadopoulos to become a congressman "ridiculous."
Wannee Jiracharoenying, 58, was found in a fridge in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, covered in lime powder, her head in a plastic bag and her hands and feet tied.
Christopher Wylie, the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower, described the men as "unmarried straight white dudes who couldn't get laid."
The blunder caused many to mock the former mayor, although some were angered by the mistake too.
The Kurdish leader said President Donald Trump's recent foreign policy decisions have strained his abilities to be trusted.
Havrin Khalaf, 32, had her jaw and leg broken, her hair pulled until the skin of her scalp came out and was repeatedly shot until she died.
The release of revenge porn photos is illegal in the majority of the U.S. including Hill's hometown of California, and Washington, D.C.
Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov claimed U.S. troops protected American oil smugglers who circumvented sanctions in return for petrodollars.
The president did not directly address the statements made by Bill Taylor after he gave further evidence of the alleged quid-pro-quo.
Marine Col. Daniel Wilson, 58, was released last week after the U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals overturned his verdict in July.
Capitol Police confirm to Newsweek that an investigation has been opened after the Daily Mail and Red State published nude photos of the California congresswoman.
The social media giant complied with more take-down requests from Indian officials than any other country, a study by the Committee to Protect Journalists showed.