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  • William Barr: Senate confirms Trump pick as new attorney general Thu, 14 Feb 2019 15:36:00 -0500

    William Barr: Senate confirms Trump pick as new attorney generalThree months following the ousting of Jeff Sessions, the Senate voted to confirm William Barr for his second stint as attorney general. The Senate confirmation on Thursday will grant Mr Barr, a hardline Republican, the power to supervise the Department of Justice’s ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia and its interference with the 2016 presidential election. The Republican-controlled Senate voted 54-45 in favour of President Donald Trump’s nominee for the post.

  • Venezuela Supreme Court orders prosecution of new oil boards Thu, 14 Feb 2019 20:44:02 -0500

    Venezuela Supreme Court orders prosecution of new oil boardsVenezuela's Supreme Court on Thursday ordered that executives appointed to boards affiliated with state oil firm PDVSA -- in a bid for control by opposition leader Juan Guaido -- face criminal prosecution. The court -- packed with Maduro loyalists -- ordered legal action against 15 executives that the National Assembly, headed by Guaido, named on Wednesday to form four new executive boards for PDVSA and its US-based affiliate Citgo.

  • Honda's pickup trucks recalled because they can catch fire from car wash soap Fri, 15 Feb 2019 12:56:53 -0500

    Honda's pickup trucks recalled because they can catch fire from car wash soapThe Honda pickup is subject to a new recall to fix faulty fuel pumps that can crack when exposed to acids in car-wash detergents.

  • Senate Dems on Green New Deal debate: 'Bring it on' Thu, 14 Feb 2019 13:46:40 -0500

    Senate Dems on Green New Deal debate: 'Bring it on'WASHINGTON (AP) — When Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced he would bring the Green New Deal forward for votes he thought it would put Democrats — especially 2020 presidential contenders — on the spot.

  • UK PM May to continue seeking changes to Brexit deal: spokesman Thu, 14 Feb 2019 13:36:08 -0500

    UK PM May to continue seeking changes to Brexit deal: spokesmanBritish Prime Minister Theresa May will continue to seek changes to her Brexit deal, a spokesman for her office said, after she suffered a symbolic defeat in parliament on her strategy. "The government will continue to pursue this with the EU to ensure we leave on time on 29th March," the spokesman said. The spokesman said May believed her Conservative lawmakers still wanted her to renegotiate the deal, but had voted against her on Thursday because they were concerned about the prospect of taking a 'no deal' off the table at this stage.

  • Airbus pulls plug on costly A380 superjumbo: statement Thu, 14 Feb 2019 01:16:51 -0500

    Airbus pulls plug on costly A380 superjumbo: statementEuropean aerospace giant Airbus said Thursday it would end production of the A380 superjumbo, the double-decker jet which earned plaudits from passengers but failed to win over enough airlines to justify its massive costs. The firm said it would stop deliveries of the A380 in 2021 after Dubai-based airline Emirates reduced its order of the model by 39 planes. "Following a review of its operations, and in light of developments in aircraft and engine technologies, Emirates is reducing its A380 orderbook from 162 to 123 aircraft," Airbus said in a statement.

  • This Year’s Flu Shot Was Far More Effective Than Last Year's. Here’s Why Thu, 14 Feb 2019 13:00:19 -0500

    This Year’s Flu Shot Was Far More Effective Than Last Year's. Here’s WhyThe CDC just released its latest numbers

  • Putin, Erdogan Spar Over Syria Militants Amid Split on Safe Zone Thu, 14 Feb 2019 11:42:28 -0500

    Putin, Erdogan Spar Over Syria Militants Amid Split on Safe ZoneWhile Putin urged Erdogan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at a summit on Thursday to work out ways to “completely destroy the terrorist hotbed” in the Idlib region, a joint statement after the talks referred only to the need for “concrete steps” to restore a September truce shattered by the Islamist takeover last month. Erdogan said he’d “relayed our expectations” to Putin and Rouhani for Syrian government forces to “abide by the cease-fire” agreed in September, and for Russia and Iran to support Turkey’s demand for a buffer zone inside northern Syria to counter U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in the region.

  • Students track fatal child shootings since Parkland killings Thu, 14 Feb 2019 16:59:08 -0500

    Students track fatal child shootings since Parkland killingsPARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — A student journalism project has concluded that at least 1,149 children and teenagers died from a shooting in the year since the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

  • Gay couples in Japan join together on Valentine's Day to sue government over same-sex marriage ban Thu, 14 Feb 2019 07:00:10 -0500

    Gay couples in Japan join together on Valentine's Day to sue government over same-sex marriage banThirteen gay couples filed Japan's first lawsuit challenging the country's rejection of same-sex marriage on Valentine's Day, arguing the denial violates their constitutional right to equality. Six couples holding banners saying "Marriage For All Japan" walked into Tokyo District Court to file their cases against the government, with similar cases filed by three couples in Osaka, one couple in Nagoya and three couples in Sapporo. Plaintiff Kenji Aiba, standing next to his partner Ken Kozumi, told reporters he would "fight this war together with sexual minorities all around Japan." Mr Aiba and Mr Kozumi have held onto a marriage certificate they signed at their wedding party in 2013, anticipating Japan would emulate other advanced nations and legalise same-sex unions. That day has yet to come, and legally they are just friends even though they've lived as a married couple for more than five years. So they decided to act rather than waiting. "Right now we are both in good health and able to work, but what if either of us has an accident or becomes ill? We are not allowed to be each other's guarantors for medical treatment, or to be each other's heir," Mr Kozumi, a 45-year-old office worker, said in a recent interview with his partner Mr Aiba, 40. "Progress in Japan has been too slow." Politician Mizuho Fukushima has spoken out in favour of gay rights in Japan Credit: AP Photo/Mari Yamaguchi Ten Japanese municipalities have enacted "partnership" ordinances for same-sex couples to make it easier for them to rent apartments together, among other things, but they are not legally binding. Japanese laws are currently interpreted as allowing marriage only between a man and a woman. In a society where pressure for conformity is strong, many gay people hide their sexuality, fearing prejudice at home, school or work. The obstacles are even higher for transgender people in the highly gender-specific society. The Supreme Court last month upheld a law that effectively requires transgender people to be sterilized before they can have their gender changed on official documents. The LGBT equal rights movement has lagged behind in Japan because people who are silently not conforming to conventional notions of sexuality have been so marginalized that the issue hasn't been considered a human rights problem, experts say. "Many people don't even think of a possibility that their neighbors, colleagues or classmates may be sexual minorities," said Mizuho Fukushima, a lawyer-turned-politician and an expert on gender and human rights issues. "And the pressure to follow a conservative family model, in which heterosexual couples are supposed to marry and have children, is still strong." Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his ultra-conservative supporters have campaigned to restore a paternalistic society based on heterosexual marriages. The government has restarted moral education class at schools to teach children family values and good deeds. "Whether to allow same-sex marriage is an issue that affects the foundation of how families should be in Japan, which requires an extremely careful examination," Mr Abe said in a statement last year.

  • Venezuela opens investigation into opposition-appointed PDVSA directors: prosecutor Thu, 14 Feb 2019 11:44:11 -0500

    Venezuela opens investigation into opposition-appointed PDVSA directors: prosecutorCARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's chief state prosecutor said on Thursday an investigation had been opened into directors of state-run oil firm PDVSA, and its U.S. refiner Citgo, that the opposition-controlled congress appointed on Wednesday. Prosecutor Tarek Saab, in comments broadcast on state television, announced "the opening of an investigation against people designated illegally as directors of PDVSA and Citgo." Saab also said they would investigate foreign ambassadors named by opposition leader Juan Guaido, who on Jan 23 invoked constitutional provisions to assume an interim presidency. ...

  • Report: President Trump Installs $50,000 Golf Simulator in the White House Thu, 14 Feb 2019 11:01:15 -0500

    Report: President Trump Installs $50,000 Golf Simulator in the White HousePresident Trump has installed a room-sized golfing simulator inside his personal quarters at the White House

  • The 20 Most Powerful Crossovers and SUVs You Can Buy in 2019 Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:35:00 -0500

    The 20 Most Powerful Crossovers and SUVs You Can Buy in 2019

  • Elliott Abrams bristles at Rep. Ilhan Omar's 'attack' for his Iran-Contra role Thu, 14 Feb 2019 11:02:05 -0500

    Elliott Abrams bristles at Rep. Ilhan Omar's 'attack' for his Iran-Contra roleElliott Abrams, who pleaded guilty in 1991 to withholding information from Congress, was appointed as U.S. envoy to Venezuela on Friday.

  • Airbus A380, the Concorde: technical feats, commercial flops Thu, 14 Feb 2019 05:45:23 -0500

    Airbus A380, the Concorde: technical feats, commercial flopsThe scratching of the superjumbo jet Airbus A380 echoes the sad fate of the supersonic Concorde, another feat of aviation technology that turned out to be a commercial flop. The inaugural commercial flight on January 21, 1976 of Concorde, the world's first supersonic passenger plane, promised a revolution in aviation. It was the first computer-controlled commercial aircraft in history and also innovated with a weight-saving aluminium body and triangular delta wings.

  • There’s Not Much Performance in Denver Schools’ ‘Pay for Performance’ System Thu, 14 Feb 2019 06:30:52 -0500

    There’s Not Much Performance in Denver Schools’ ‘Pay for Performance’ SystemOn Monday, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association (DCTA) went on strike, the latest in a series of teacher strikes that have erupted across the country over the past year. While Denver teachers have voiced concerns about class sizes, support staff, and starting salaries, the consensus is that the issue at the heart of the strike is teacher frustration with Denver’s once-celebrated ProComp pay system, which was jointly developed by the DCTA and Denver Public Schools in 2005.Back then, ProComp was heralded as a pioneering step forward on pay-for-performance/merit pay, and that framing  has colored coverage of the strike. Even before the strike started, education outlet Chalkbeat ran an explainer headlined, “How a once-promising merit pay system led Denver teachers to the brink of a strike.” This week, the Washington Post reported “Denver teachers strike in bid to dismantle pay-for-performance system.” The New York Times account was headlined, “Denver Teachers’ Strike Puts Performance-Based Pay to the Test.”The only problem? This narrative is bunk. For all the talk about “merit” and “performance,” ProComp is almost wholly devoid of any links between pay and teacher performance.As Denver Public Schools’ compensation chart illustrates, ProComp allows teachers to earn an annual $3,851 pay bump for obtaining an advanced degree or license; a $2,738 boost for working in a “hard to staff” field or a “hard to serve” school; $1,540 for working in a “ProComp Title I” school, which is different than a “hard to serve” school; $855 for completing the requisite “professional development units”; and between $800 and $5,000 for filling designated leadership roles. There is also a yearly bonus for teachers based on students’ state-wide-exam results.None of these bonuses, save perhaps for the last one, are performance-based. The only other component of ProComp resembling anything even remotely close to a performance-based incentive for individual teachers is the $855 they can receive for a satisfactory evaluation on a paper-driven performance rubric — and that figure falls by half for longtime educators. (Just how modest is such a sum in context? Average teacher pay in Denver before incentives is about $51,000, and the district has already offered teachers a 10 percent raise.)A couple points here merit note. First, contra the coverage of the strike, the Denver pay system which has sparked so much backlash is not actually rewarding performance. Rather, ProComp is mostly designed to reward the usual credentialism and to steer teachers to work in certain schools or fields. That’s all fine, and some of it makes good sense, but it’s a misnomer to characterize it as constituting a “pay-for-performance” scheme.Second, to the extent that ProComp seeks to reward performance in any fashion, it has opted for school-wide bonuses to schools that make large gains on math and reading scores (what the district euphemistically terms “top performing-high growth” schools). Reading and math scores matter, a lot. But education reform’s fascination with paying for test points is troubling on several counts. It is bizarrely detached from the instruction that most teachers (including those who teach science, foreign languages, music, or history) are asked to focus on and has encouraged corner-cutting and outright cheating. It also has parents concerned about narrow curricula and soulless instruction, and teachers feeling like insurance salesmen.Performance pay is always tricky, but a raft of for-profit and non-profit organizers have muddled through in pretty sensible ways — tapping human judgment, seeking to assess the full contribution that an employee makes, and relying more upon promotions and raises than one-time bonuses.Denver’s situation is so noteworthy because Denver is no laggard. Indeed, for many years, it has been celebrated as a “model” district by reformers. So it’s disheartening how little progress the city has actually made. Reformers wound up being so focused on finding ways to pay teachers to switch schools or raise test scores that they missed what might have been a larger opportunity to reshape the teaching profession by reimagining how teachers’ job descriptions, pay structures, and responsibilities could work. Indeed, given the limited dollar amounts involved (a 1–2 percent bonus if a teacher aces his personal evaluation), it’s hard to imagine why anyone ever expected ProComp to be a game-changer.As teacher strikes continue apace and efforts to improve schooling move on from the enthusiasm of the Bush and Obama years, there may emerge new opportunities to rethink teacher pay. If they do, reformers should seize them by focusing more intently on how well teachers do their jobs, and less on where they work or how many boxes they check.Frederick M. Hess is the director of education-policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Brendan Bell is the education-program manager at AEI.

  • U.K. Spy Warns Against Triumphalism Over Islamic State Collapse Fri, 15 Feb 2019 08:00:00 -0500

    U.K. Spy Warns Against Triumphalism Over Islamic State Collapse“We are not triumphant because I think from triumphant you get to hubris,” MI6 Chief Alex Younger told reporters in Munich on Friday. Younger said Islamic States’s so-called caliphate was now in its “end game,” with the extremist militants clinging to the last square mile of land they hold in the village of Baghuz in eastern Syria. Meanwhile the U.K. is debating the case of Shamima Begum, a 19-year-old from east London who wants to come home despite expressing no regrets over becoming a so-called jihadi bride with Islamic State in Syria at the age of 15.

  • PR push for white officer accused of killing armed black man Thu, 14 Feb 2019 18:59:21 -0500

    PR push for white officer accused of killing armed black manNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The attorney for a white police officer charged with fatally shooting an armed black man in Tennessee is calling for legal discovery documents to be sealed from members of the public.

  • Modi says Pakistan will pay 'huge price' for Kashmir bombing Fri, 15 Feb 2019 12:50:47 -0500

    Modi says Pakistan will pay 'huge price' for Kashmir bombingIndia's prime minister yesterday accused Pakistan of involvement in the suicide bombing that killed 44 paramilitary police in Kashmir on Thursday, and warned of a dire response. Narendra Modi said the neighbouring country had made a "huge mistake" for which it will pay a "huge price". Speaking after a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security, Mr Modi declared that India's security forces had been given "full freedom" to respond to the attack. "If our neighbour thinks it can destabilise India, then it is making a big mistake," he said.  Mr Modi was reacting to claims from the Pakistan-based Islamist militant group, Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), that it carried out the attack on a paramilitary convoy on the outskirts of Kashmir’s summer capital, Srinagar. India’s foreign office demanded that Islamabad take "immediate and verifiable action" against the JeM. New Delhi has also withdrawn trade privileges extended to Pakistan under their long-standing Most Favoured Nation (MFN) agreement as part of "diplomatically isolating" Islamabad, said senior federal minister Arun Jaitley. Pakistan, however, has dismissed all Indian charges of any involvement in the bombing, which it said was a "matter of grave concern".  Police detain a demonstrator during a protest against the attack on a bus that killed 44 CRPF personnel in south Kashmir on Thursday Credit: Reuters Over 2,700 Central Reserve Police Force paramilitary personnel were travelling to Srinagar in a 78-vehicle convoy when a 22-year old suicide bomber, identified as Adil Ahmad Dar, rammed his car packed with over 125bs of plastic explosives into one of the stationary busses. Police officials said Dar, a school dropout who had earlier worked in a sawmill near Srinagar, was reported missing since late last year.   The JeM has been active in Kashmir since its founding in 2000 and India holds it responsible for attacking its parliament building in New Delhi in 2001, an assault that brought the nuclear-armed neighbours to the brink of war. The JeM has been designated a ‘terrorist’ organisation by the UN, UK and the US, and even, under foreign pressure, proscribed in Pakistan since 2002. But its founder, cleric Masood Azhar, freely roams the country, holding public meetings and fund-raising drives. Indian efforts to have Azhar designated an international terrorist have long been been blocked by Pakistan’s close strategic ally China.     India claims Pakistan, which seized a third of Kashmir after independence in 1947 and lays claim to the rest, fuels the disputed province’s 30-year Muslim insurgency for an independent homeland in which over 70,000 people had died. Students hold candles during a vigil for the dead paramilitary police Credit: Reuters Pakistan denies Indian allegations, saying it only provided Kashmiri separatists’ moral and diplomatic support for their cause.  The two neighbours have fought two of their three wars since independence over Kashmir. And in 1999, soon after both became nuclear weapon states, their two armies clashed in Kashmir’s Himalayan Kargil region for 11-weeks resulting in 1,200 soldiers dying on both sides.  Meanwhile, India’s principal Opposition Congress Party, virulently opposed to Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party government, has offered its unequivocal support to the administration to deal with the crisis posed by the terror strike. The authorities have also imposed curfew in Kashmir’s winter capital Jammu following violent protests that erupted in the city over the terror attack. Several cars were set alight and the authorities have suspended Internet services in Jammu to prevent rumours  spreading over social media.

  • U.S. court dismisses Energy Transfer Partners lawsuit against Greenpeace Thu, 14 Feb 2019 22:07:26 -0500

    U.S. court dismisses Energy Transfer Partners lawsuit against GreenpeaceETP had sued https://reut.rs/2SASoIv Greenpeace and other environmental groups in 2017, accusing them of racketeering and defamation with the aim of blocking the Dakota Access Pipeline. In the lawsuit, ETP argued that the environmental groups' actions and negative publicity against it, its sister company Energy Transfer Equity LP and other firms caused billions of dollars in damages.

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  • Judge bars immigration policing criteria for 2 grants Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:23:37 -0500

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Los Angeles federal judge has permanently blocked the Trump administration from favoring police departments that cooperate with immigration officials when issuing some law enforcement grants.

    Judge Manuel Real ruled Friday in U.S. District Court that the Department of Justice imposed unconstitutional conditions on two grant ...

  • ICE cooperation bills progress through Virginia legislature Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:04:38 -0500

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Raising concerns from immigrant advocacy groups, two bills that would increase cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities are advancing through the Virginia General Assembly.

    HB 2270, sponsored by Republican Del. Charles Poindexter of Franklin County, would require local law enforcement officials to notify ...

  • Bill offered to keep U.S. in compliance with collapsing Cold War-era weapons treaty Fri, 15 Feb 2019 17:22:49 -0500

    Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Hawaii Democrat and 2020 presidential hopeful, urged her congressional colleagues Friday to pass a bill blocking President Trump from abandoning the faltering Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty between the U.S. and Russia.

    Ms. Gabbard touted her proposal, the INF Treaty Compliance Act, during a press conference held ...

  • Oversight chair: Trump lawyers gave false info on hush money Fri, 15 Feb 2019 17:03:12 -0500

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal ethics officials believe President Donald Trump's lawyers provided false information about the $130,000 payment to buy the silence of porn actress Stormy Daniels after she alleged she had sex with Trump, the chairman of the House oversight committee said Friday.

    Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Maryland Democrat, ...

  • Robert Mueller interviewed Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Report Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:25:43 -0500

    Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has interviewed White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, she confirmed to CNN on Friday.

    "The President urged me, like he has everyone in the administration, to fully cooperate with the special counsel. I was happy to voluntarily sit down with them," Mrs. Sanders said ...

  • Sheriffs fight gun bills with 'sanctuary county' resolutions Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:25:06 -0500

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A handful of rural New Mexico counties have passed resolutions saying they will not require their sheriffs to enforce a sweeping slate of gun-control measures that have gone before state lawmakers.

    The president of the New Mexico Sheriffs Association says "Second Amendment Sanctuary County" resolutions are ...

  • Federal judge halts Air Force from dismissing HIV-positive members Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:09:12 -0500

    A federal judge Friday issued an injunction halting the U.S. Air Force from discharging members who test positive for HIV, saying the practice is outdated.

    Two members of the Air Force had challenged the policy as discriminatory, saying they received discharge orders even though their HIV was being treated and ...

  • ACLU of Massachusetts sues for border wall contract records Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:05:44 -0500

    BOSTON (AP) - The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts has filed a lawsuit demanding information about a contract for a section of the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border that President Donald Trump said his administration awarded.

    The Republican tweeted in December that he "just gave out a 115 mile ...

  • The Latest: Bloomberg applauds gun background check bill Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:03:33 -0500

    CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - The Latest on a gun background check bill moving through the Nevada Legislature (all times local):

    3:15 p.m.

    Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is applauding Nevada lawmakers after the state's governor signed legislation expanding background checks to private gun sales and transfers.

    The former New York City ...

  • Kirsten Gillibrand: 'I could support' tearing down existing border barriers Fri, 15 Feb 2019 15:49:23 -0500

    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said she "could support" Beto O'Rourke's idea of tearing down existing barriers at the U.S. southern border.

    "I could look at it and see which part he means and why and if it makes sense, I could support it," the New York Democrat and 2020 presidential hopeful ...

  • US court: Feds can't withhold funds from sanctuary cities Fri, 15 Feb 2019 15:46:46 -0500

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the Justice Department can't deny Philadelphia millions in public safety funding because of its status as a "sanctuary city."

    The ruling echoes others that block the department from withholding funds to cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration agencies.

  • The Latest: Attorney says process for Census query 'rotten' Fri, 15 Feb 2019 15:16:58 -0500

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Latest on closing arguments in lawsuits before a U.S. judge in San Francisco challenging the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 U.S. Census (all times local):

    12:10 p.m.

    An attorney for the state of California says the process behind Commerce ...

  • Nevada governor signs gun background check law Fri, 15 Feb 2019 15:05:11 -0500

    CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Nevada's governor on Friday signed into law a bill expanding background checks to private gun sales and transfers, rounding out a work week of fierce and emotional debate from gun violence survivors and opponents to the legislation.

    Among those speaking in favor of the law ...

  • With GOP divided, future of Utah hate-crime law in doubt Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:54:31 -0500

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Republican lawmakers remained divided Friday on a proposal to strengthen hate-crimes legislation in Utah, leaving its future in doubt.

    Senate President Stuart Adams said the legislation lacks majority support in the GOP caucus. Though he supports it, concerns remain among members about what groups would ...

  • California may sue Trump over emergency wall declaration Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:36:41 -0500

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California is likely to sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, the state attorney general said Friday.

    Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Gov. Gavin Newsom, both Democrats, told reporters there is no emergency at the border and ...

  • Defense committee chairman: Trump stealing funds from military needs Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:06:00 -0500

    President Trump is beginning to "steal money from military needs" to build his border wall, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said Friday.

    Rep. Adam Smith, Washington Democrat, slammed the president's Rose Garden declaration of a national emergency to fund a wall along the Mexican border.

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  • Jordan, Meadows demand Rosenstein, McCabe testify 'immediately' Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:04:30 -0500

    Two conservative lawmakers on Friday urged Democrats to immediately call for the testimony of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to address claims they discussed removing President Trump from office via the 25th Amendment.

    Republican Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Mark Meadows of ...

  • Trump's national emergency sparks new GOP divide in Congress Fri, 15 Feb 2019 13:55:42 -0500

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency to build his long-promised border wall ends one political problem for the White House and its allies on Capitol Hill, but launches another.

    Republicans are deeply torn over Trump's decision to invoke executive power after Congress denied him money ...

  • Vermont marks anniversary of thwarted school shooting plot Fri, 15 Feb 2019 13:46:14 -0500

    FAIR HAVEN, Vt. (AP) - One year has passed since an alleged school shooting plot spurred Vermont legislators to pass new gun laws and officials to implement new school security measures.

    Police announced they thwarted Jack Sawyer's planned shooting at Fair Haven Union High School Feb. 15.

    The announcement came ...

  • Donald Trump says Japan's leader Shinzo Abe nominated him for Nobel prize for stance on North Korea Fri, 15 Feb 2019 13:42:52 -0500

    President Trump said Friday he's done such a good job easing hostilities with North Korea that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe nominated him for a Nobel Peace Prize.

    At a press conference in the White House Rose Garden, Mr. Trump said Mr. Abe showed him "the most beautiful five-page letter" ...

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  • Trump declaring national emergency Fri, 15 Feb 2019 16:28:33 +0000
    President Trump announced in the Rose Garden Friday that he is declaring a national emergency. This follows Congress' vote to approve a budget deal that will prevent another partial government shutdown, which included far less money for border security than the president wanted.
  • Mixed reactions as Amazon abandons HQ2 in NYC Fri, 15 Feb 2019 12:31:41 +0000
    There is mixed reaction to Amazon's decision to cancel a multi-billion-dollar plan for a second headquarters in New York City. The company abruptly announced it's pulling out after growing opposition from some lawmakers, union leaders, and activists. David Begnaud reports.
  • Trader Joe's hostages on surviving standoff Fri, 15 Feb 2019 13:35:39 +0000
    Bail is set at $15 million for the gunman who held around 30 people hostage at a Trader Joe's grocery store in Los Angeles. For three hours last July, the shoppers feared for their lives. Now for the first time, some of them are sharing the chilling details about what unfolded inside the store. Jim Axelrod joins "CBS This Morning" to preview Saturday's "48 Hours" report.
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  • Agile Coast Guard unit that protects D.C. sky Fri, 15 Feb 2019 13:14:41 +0000
    The airspace above Washington, D.C., and the surrounding area is the most restricted in the U.S. The U.S. Coast Guard is responsible for intercepting any potential threats that may appear in the sky. Only on "CBS This Morning," we spent an afternoon riding with the unit that responds at a moment's notice to protect the D.C. airspace. Jeff Pegues reports.
  • McCabe on why he opened investigations involving Trump Thu, 14 Feb 2019 12:28:47 +0000
    In his first interview since being fired, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is telling "60 Minutes" why he opened up investigations involving President Trump. He was a career official at the Justice Department who oversaw the bureau's investigations into Russia's election meddling and Hillary Clinton's emails. In his new book, "The Threat: How the FBI protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump," McCabe describes extraordinary measures justice officials took in the wake of former FBI Director James Comey's firing. Scott Pelley joins "CBS This Morning" to preview his Sunday's report.
  • Man survives mountain lion attack Fri, 15 Feb 2019 00:03:30 +0000
    While on a run earlier this month, Travis Kauffman said he came face-to-face with a mountain lion. His fear turned into a primal struggle to survive. Mireya Villarreal reports.
  • Eye Opener: Trump set to bypass Congress for wall funding Fri, 15 Feb 2019 12:18:33 +0000
    President Trump is expected to go ahead with an emergency declaration to get billions of dollars for a border wall. Also, police investigating the reported attack on actor Jussie Smollett raid a Chicago home and hold two of his acquaintances for questioning. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
  • Community learns sign language to engage with 2-year-old girl Sat, 16 Feb 2019 00:16:20 +0000
    A two-year-old girl who is deaf loves to chat with anyone. When her neighbors found out, they came together to learn how to communicate with her. Steve Hartman reports from Newton, Massachusetts, for "On the Road."
  • Parkland survivor shares her story Thu, 14 Feb 2019 23:55:49 +0000
    One year ago, 14 students and three staff members were killed in Parkland, Florida. One of the most critically wounded survivors is Maddy Wilford, who has had to deal with the physical and emotional effects of the shooting. Mark Strassmann has her story.
  • Anonymous donor helps Gold Star family Sat, 16 Feb 2019 00:13:25 +0000
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