Home / US (page 10)

US

Trump Appoints New National Security Advisor

"I am pleased to announce that I will name Robert C. O & # 39; Brien, who is currently serving as the very successful Special President's envoy to the State Department, as our new national security adviser. I have worked for a long time and hard with Robert. He's going to do a good job! "Trump tweeted. The announcement came …

Read More »

Bstroy: Fashion brand's sparks annoyed with shooting-themed sweaters

Written by Emily Dixon, CNN American fashion brand Bstroy has received harsh criticism on social media after showing school shooter-themed hoodies at an exhibition during New York Fashion Week. The brand's Spring / Summer 2020 collection, designed by Brick Owens and Duey Catorze, featured distressed hoodies that read "Stoneman Douglas," "Sandy Hook," "Virginia Tech," and "Columbine," the locations of four …

Read More »

Why the 737 Max will be the safest plane when it returns to service

The FAA and its chief regulators must act in their own interests, and the economy – Boeing is the largest US exporter. The FAA's reputation as a global leader and authority, if not in immediate danger, is surely a topic of discussion. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has indicated that it will take a closer look at Boeing's fix …

Read More »

Democratic donor Ed Buck was charged with a felony for driving a drug

Buck is charged with injecting the man with methamphetamine into his West Hollywood apartment on Sept. 11, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. The man overdosed but survived. Buck was charged with three misdemeanors on Tuesday, including battery causing serious injury, methamphetamine administration and maintenance of a drug store. He is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday and …

Read More »

North Carolina sheriff indicted in plot to kill former deputy over racially charged recording

A North Carolina sheriff was indicted Monday in connection with a plot to kill one of his deputies who claimed to have a recording of him using "racially offensive language." – Granville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins faces two obstruction of justice charges following a 10-month investigation by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. Prosecutors said Wilkins was recorded in …

Read More »

Trump tells Beverly Hills donors: "We will never be a socialist country"

President Trump led a collection of Beverly Hills Tuesday evening at the mansion to Los Angeles developer Geoffrey Palmer, according to sources familiar with the incident. The dinner was the second stop for a two-day swing through California that is expected to raise more than $ 15 million for the presidential reelection campaign. “It was absolutely amazing. People are ready …

Read More »

The level of abortion falls in almost every state, says: NPR

The US abortion level continues a long-term downward trend, according to new data released by the Guttmacher Institute on Wednesday. Guttmacher, who supports abortion rights, finds that the total number of abortions decreased by 7% – to 862,320 in 2017, down from 926,200 in 2014, the last time the data was updated. In 2017, the abortion rate – which measures …

Read More »

CNN contributor accuses Chris Cuomo of spreading "fake news" about Trump in heated conflict

A pro-Trump CNN commentator blasted his colleague, primetime anchor Chris Cuomo, for spreading "fake news" about President Trump during a hot debate over his recent outreach to Hispanic voters. CNN contributor Steve Cortes was asked how Trump can "love Latinos" after saying "so many anti-Mexican" and "anti-Puerto Rican" things. Cortes insisted that Latin American Americans want "results" and point to …

Read More »