The Knight Institute at Columbia University seeks an expedited review of the FOIA request submitted to the DHS and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The Knight Institute also seeks compensation for costs incurred due to the lawsuit and any other relief the court orders.
The U.S. Secret Service announced at 10:42 a.m. on Twitter: “SecretService investigating suspicious package near @WhiteHouse grounds. Road closures in effect.”
The bulk of the investment — $850 million — will be used for a planned upgrade at a plant in Wayne for the Ford Bronco SUV and the Ford Ranger pickup truck, the company announced. The Michigan Assembly Plant will begin building Ranger at the end of 2018 and Bronco in 2020.
The case of Bobby James Moore, 57, convicted in 1980 of murder during a botched robbery attempt, will be returned to an appeals court. The ruling invalidates Texas’ current method of determining if an inmate facing the death sentence is intellectually disabled.
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The mediated agreement will be reviewed by U.S. District Judge David Lawson in a hearing on Tuesday. The settlement includes state and federal funds dedicated to identifying and replacing at least 18,000 unsafe city water lines.
Oneal Ron Morris, 36, pleaded no contest in February to manslaughter and practicing medicine without a license. She was sentenced Monday in a Broward County, Fla., court to 10 years imprisonment and five years’ probation. Morris, who is transgender, will serve her term in a men’s prison.
The GAO’s announcement comes after a request for an investigation from leading congressional Democrats. Since the inauguration, Trump has spent 17 days of his 67 days in office either at Mar-a-Lago or flying up to Washington, D.C, and down to Florida five separate times on Air Force One, The Washington Post reported.
Musk, 45, the South African-born founder and CEO of both electric carmaker Tesla Inc. and privately owned rocket company SpaceX, established the California-based company and is taking an active role in its funding and development, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, citing sources involved in the company’s start.
In a White House ceremony Monday, Trump referred to the actions as “removing an additional layer of bureaucracy to encourage freedom in our schools.”