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The agreement provides just a fraction of the money he’s been demanding for his Mexican border wall.
The attack comes on the day of a U.S.-led conference in Warsaw that included discussions on Iran.
In 1949, Justice William Douglas broke 14 ribs when he was thrown from his horse in Washington state.
The system replaces an older, less sophisticated golf simulator that had been installed under President Obama.
Among the residents of “Supermax” in Colorado: The Unabomber and a Sept. 11 conspirator.
Lauren McCluskey, a senior track athlete from Pullman, was killed Oct. 22 outside her dorm.
His 3-month trial comprised tales of grisly killings, political payoffs, jeweled guns and a naked escape.
The measure represented an old-fashioned approach to dealmaking that has largely disappeared on Capitol Hill.
In recent years, AMI has courted Saudi Arabia to help buttress its finances.
A federal oversight agency said the weather company subjected female employees to sexual harassment.
A federal appeals court on Monday ordered that the grand jury records in the case be unsealed.
He said opposition could prompt the company to back out of the deal.
GOP congressional leaders swung behind the proposed deal, selling it as a necessary compromise.
Using the app, Saudi men can limit the dates and places women are permitted to travel.
Employers added 304,000 jobs in December, the most in nearly a year.
The deal includes $1.4 billion in border funding, less than the $5.7 billion previously sought.
Campus police reported behavior “may cause concern.”
The Minnesota Democrat said she had no intention offending anyone, including Jewish Americans.
Says huge growth in the industry has allowed “bad actors” to sell dangerous products.
Findings come from a survey of more than 20,000 middle and high school students.