ACLU responds to Trump's veto, per PBS:
Trump vetoes resolution to block national emergency
Donald Trump has issued a veto of the congressional resolution blocking his national emergency declaration .
"Today I veto this resolution. Congress has the freedom to cope with this resolution and I have a duty to veto it , Donald Trump of the Oval Office, where he joined his home security lawyer and secretary.
He said Republican voters were "overwhelming" against the resolution, which Congress passed to block him from using a national emergency.
Trump said that veto gives us "security at our border"
"The fact that this is an emergency is unequivocal," said home security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen
Attorney General William Barr said the dissolution is "clearly approved by law."
Donald Trump directed cards to the New Zealand mosque shooter at the top of his Oval Office event and then began discussing border security, per PBS.
"I will sign and issue the veto," Trump said of th e congressional resolution to end his national emergency. "People hate the word invasion, but that's what it is."
Texas Senator Ted Cruz has fined $ 35,000 by the federal electoral commission not to reveal more than $ 1 million in campaign loans from Citibank and Goldman Sachs.
The fine stems from a complaint from the Campaign Legal Center, the group said. They said Cruz received $ 1.1 million in bank loans for his 2012 Senate campaign, but incorrectly reported loans coming from personal funds.
"Candidates should take seriously their legal requirements to reveal where their campaign money comes from. Today's announcement is acknowledging that Cruz's campaign deprived voters of critical information," says CLC. Donald J. Trump
] … that we are in solidarity with New Zealand – and that any help the US can give, we are ready for help. We love you New Zealand! [March152019]
The EPA has stripped the Obama administration's rules to ban most of the uses of a very poisonous streamer named Methylene Chloride, which has killed dozens of people, according to the New York Times.
The agency will now only ban sales to ordinary consumers, but allow entrepreneurs to continue using it, which would have been banned under the Obama Plan  Eric Lipton
As for expected the EPA significantly reverses The Obama era plans to ban most uses of a very toxic paint separator called Methylene Chloride, which has killed dozens of people. Decides to ban consumer sales only, through retail and online. Will still allow commercial uses of contractors.
Cesar Sayoc, Donald Trump tab accused of sending bombs to democratic political figures and media organizations, are expected to plead guilty, New York Daily News reports.
The so-called MAGA bomber was behind 16 bombs sent by mail to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, CNN and others, the authorities say.
He is expected to be guilty of next week according to a notice period of 19659079] 19:39
Graham demands to see the Trump 25th Amendment Protocol
Senate Judge Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham asks for all the actions and communications related to discussions about removing Donald Trump from the office during the 25th amendment.
Graham made a request in a letter Friday to the lawyer William Barr, the Washington Post reported.
Top law enforcement officials discussed using the 25th amendment, enabling a president to be removed if he is unable to perform his duties, former ex-FBI acting director Andrew McCabe has said.
Graham wrote that he would investigate "what corresponds to a coup" by post.
Bait O & # 39; Rourke belonged to the oldest group of computer hackers in US history when he was a teenager, he told Reuters that he was a teenager in the 1920s
a new interview.
Rourke was part of the Cult of the Dead Cow, which released tools that allowed ordinary people to hack Windows computers, and constituted the term "hacktivism".
"It's just this deep value to be able to distinguish from the system and look at it critically and have fun while doing it," says Rourke to Reuters. "I think of the cult of death as a good example of The story also reveals that Rourke once wrote a murder fantasy where the narrator runs over children on the street. "One day, as I drove home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street. They were happy and happy to be free from their problems, "reads the story, as R&D wrote when he was 15." As I approached the young, I put all my weight on my right foot, with the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crash of the two kids on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two. I was so fascinated for a moment that when I left my vehicle I was just sitting in a gentle, sweet vision filled my head. "
Senator and presidential candidate Cory Booker criticized technology companies to provide a "platform for hatred" after the deadly shooting at two New Zealand mosques.
"Tech companies have a responsibility to make the moral right. I don't care about your profits. In terms of values, security, security and decency, technical companies have a duty to do the right thing," says Booker according to a video tweeted by an aide.
"This is a case where you are giving a platform to hate. It is unacceptable. It should never have happened, and it should have gone down much faster and the mechanisms should be in place for these companies to do so. "
March 22, 2019