A majority in the GOP would like to make it a bit harder for young people to get guns, it seems.
Warner Bros. Pictures also released a full-length trailer for the "Fantastic Beasts" sequel.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the bill would "ensure our state's Jewish character for generations to come."
Lawmakers from both parties expressed concern during a Congressional hearing Tuesday.
The film is said to have a pro-life slant.
Russia has constantly stoked fears about the web, which President Vladimir Putin regards as a CIA invention.
After intense backlash against the "Polish death camps" law, Warsaw is watering it down to remove criminal punishment.
Are there too many cancer warning labels in California?
"This form of abuse is painful and humiliating for victims and often has a devastating impact on all aspects of their lives," one campaigner said.
Senator Ted Cruz told reporters on Monday that he never studied constitutional pardoning, but wrote about the topic in a 2016 Harvard Law journal.
Irish voters supported repealing some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the European Union about 68 to 32, according to exit polls.
An FDNY spokesperson told Newsweek the scene was classified as a "hazardous materials" situation.
Former coal baron Don Blankenship has little time for Senate rules.
The French president faced criticism from all mainstream parties and dissent from inside his own, as debate of his immigration bill entered hour 60.
Attorney Keith Davidson was disciplined by the State Bar of California in 2010 and 2014.
The ACLU is opposing the possible ordinance in Los Alamitos, a small city in California's Orange County.
Katrina Law talks #MeToo and going to therapy in "The Oath."