https://pmcdeadline2.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/donald-trump-supreme-court.jpg

People

While final nominees will be known only when Trump makes the announcement , this would be for the second time that Thapar might not be able to make the final cut after being interviewed by Trump. Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, who will likely seal his sport to run against McCaskill after an August Republican primary, called the SCOTUS nominee "the defining issue of this campaign".
  • 11 of a family found dead in Delhi

    11 of a family found dead in Delhi

    People

    Police teams were at the spot and investigation was underway. They may have committed suicide after the business suffered financial losses, News18 quoted unidentified police officials as saying. originally from Rajasthan lived in the Burari house for twenty years, according to India Today . Police have cordoned off the home in Burari in the north of the capital where the bodies of seven women and four men were discovered Sunday.
  • New rallying call for 2020 Democrats: 'Abolish ICE'

    New rallying call for 2020 Democrats: 'Abolish ICE'

    People

    In a following tweet , he says abolition will "never happen!" He's been the leading official at the border in regard to the country's current immigration crisis and recently spoke about the issue of child separation. New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand becomes the first sitting USA senator to publicly call for the elimination of Immigration and Customs Enforcement; reaction and analysis on 'The Five'.
  • Trump sounds triumphant at North Dakota rally

    Trump sounds triumphant at North Dakota rally

    People

    Trump didn't mince words Wednesday night. President Trump blasted Democratic Sen. She also voted against some of his Cabinet nominees. He said he hopes Kennedy's replacement will serve for 40 or 45 years. "These radical Democrat protesters - they really want anarchy", Trump added. "I say no, the trade war ended a long time ago and the United States lost because our leaders didn't take care of our people and our companies".
  • AirAsia cancels Bali flights after volcano spews ash

    AirAsia cancels Bali flights after volcano spews ash

    People

    Australia's national airline Qantas said in a statement that it's "currently not safe" to operate Bali flights. State-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura said in a statement that as of 2.00 p.m. "Well it's Bali, these things happen and we are fine with it". Authorities lowered its alert status from the highest level in February. Bali's governor said officials were working on getting visitors on their way.
  • Violence Won't Kill Dream Of A New Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa

    Violence Won't Kill Dream Of A New Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa

    People

    Mohadi suffered leg injuries, while Chiwenga had slight bruises to his face, according to the presidential spokesman George Charamba. "Egypt expresses its relief at the survival of President Mnangagwa and the failure of the attempt, wishing the injured a speedy recovery", the statement said.
  • Justice Kennedy, U.S. Supreme Court's pivotal vote, to retire

    Justice Kennedy, U.S. Supreme Court's pivotal vote, to retire

    People

    Justice Neil Gorsuch, whom Trump nominated early previous year to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court, was seen as a crucial vote with fellow conservative justices in upholding the travel ban. For years, he has infuriated conservatives with decisions striking down prayer at public school graduations and upholding abortion rights - and exasperated liberals with decisions on affirmative action and campaign finance laws.
  • New Zealand's Prime Minister has given her newborn daughter an Irish name

    New Zealand's Prime Minister has given her newborn daughter an Irish name

    People

    While Ardern had been hailed as a pacesetter, and inspiration for women who wanted to have families and careers, Gayford had also been congratulated on his choice to take time off from his job to care for his daughter. The birth capped an eventful year for Ardern, who became prime minister in October just three months after taking charge of the Labour Party as it languished in the polls.
  • Uber driver streaming

    Uber driver streaming "The Voice" just before crash

    People

    Those records showed that Vasquez was streaming " The Voice " on the night of the crash, and was watching it until 9:59pm local time. Police said that records obtained from Hulu , an online service for streaming television shows and films, showed Vasquez's account was playing the talent show " The Voice " on the night of the crash for about 42 minutes.
  • People angry over Sanders slam the wrong Red Hen

    People angry over Sanders slam the wrong Red Hen

    People

    Yet, according to Cummings, the Red Hen owner did not do the right thing when she asked Sanders to leave because of her politics. "As far as the restaurant incident, I think the restaurant owner should have served her". Lexington, located in the Shenandoah Valley and a three-hour drive southwest of the nation's capital, is politically a spot of blue in a sea of red.
  • Deport Without ‘Judges Or Court Cases’

    Deport Without ‘Judges Or Court Cases’

    People

    The legislation has taken on new urgency as the executive order appears to be temporary and is expected to face legal challenges in connection with the Flores agreement, a landmark 21-year-old court settlement under which immigrant minors can be detained no longer than 20 days.
  • Yemeni officials say fighting rages around Hodeida airport

    Yemeni officials say fighting rages around Hodeida airport

    People

    United Nations officials estimate that 600,000 people live in and around Hodeidah and that in a worst-case scenario the battles could cost up to 250,000 lives. Hodeidah has been the main lifeline for humanitarian supplies and other aid into Yemen since the conflict began in 2015, but Riyadh accuses the Houthis of using Hodeidah to smuggle weapons.
  • New Zealand PM in hospital to give birth

    New Zealand PM in hospital to give birth

    People

    Adern, 37, posted a photo online of the child, her first, with partner Clarke Gayford . Benazir Bhutto had her second child in 1990 when she was prime minister of Pakistan. With the imminent birth of Jacinda and Clarke Gayford's child, it will be a given that Clarke is in the birthing room with Jacinda as she gives birth.
  • Trump immigration order may not prevent some family separations

    Trump immigration order may not prevent some family separations

    People

    A court order said that the families can not be kept in custody by the Department of Homeland Security for more than 20 days. President Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday ending his administration's policy of separating migrant children from their parents who were detained as they attempted to enter the USA illegally.
  • No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization

    No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization

    People

    Japan's capital of Tokyo held its first evacuation drill in January and smaller Japanese towns and villages have conducted similar exercises as North Korea pushed ahead with its missile and nuclear weapons programs. The wording of the agreement on the primary focus of denuclearization was limited to "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", stopping short of the "complete, verifiable and irreversible" denuclearization (CVID) the USA was seeking.
  • Critics Are Wrong, Illegals’ Kids Being Well Cared for, Sessions Says

    Critics Are Wrong, Illegals’ Kids Being Well Cared for, Sessions Says

    People

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions asserted in an op-ed published late Tuesday that migrant children who are held by the Department of Health and Human Services, including those who are separated from their parents , are "well cared for". Now, those crossing face criminal prosecution - but as the children are too young to be charged with a crime, children and parents can not be detained together.
  • Fox Accepts Disney's Raised $71 Billion Bid In Blow To Comcast

    Fox Accepts Disney's Raised $71 Billion Bid In Blow To Comcast

    People

    This time the bid consists of both cash and stock, which is a significant rise from the $52.4 billion bid Disney submitted to Fox previous year, which they accepted . As part of the deal, Disney will acquires 20th Century Fox , Fox's film studio, as well as a cable group that includes FX Networks, National Geographic and several global channels and regional sports networks.
  • Canada has voted to legalise cannabis for recreational use

    Canada has voted to legalise cannabis for recreational use

    People

    The Senate approved a bill from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to legalize cannabis, setting the stage for sales to begin in two to three months. The Canadian government said it will soon announce the date of when cannabis will become legal, but warns it will remain illegal until then. Nine U.S.
  • USA leaves ‘hypocritical’ UN Human Rights Council, citing China and Israel

    USA leaves ‘hypocritical’ UN Human Rights Council, citing China and Israel

    People

    The US also wanted more stringent criteria for membership and the ability to kick countries that have egregious human rights records off the council, reported CNN . The body has a permanent standing agenda item on suspected violations committed by Israel in the occupied Palestinian territories that Washington wanted removed.
  • Kim Jong-un returns once again to China following Trump summit

    Kim Jong-un returns once again to China following Trump summit

    People

    Besides being the U.S.'s largest trading partner, China is arguably the most important player in Trump's "maximum pressure" campaign to force Kim to give up his nuclear arsenal. "The Chinese side will be very cautious in using the DPRK issue as a bargaining chip", said Chucheng Feng, co-founder of GRisk, a political risk analytics firm, referring to North Korea.
  • Kamala Harris Calls On DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen To Resign

    Kamala Harris Calls On DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen To Resign

    People

    Nielson said the Trump administration did not create the policy that separates families and inherited the problem from previous administrations, during Monday's briefing at the White House . "The answer is that it's a law passed by U.S. Congress". Her news conference punctuated a day in which Trump and Nielsen each struggled to defend the separation of immigrant children from their parents against mounting bipartisan criticism .
  • Migrant families split apart at border

    Migrant families split apart at border

    People

    The revised bill would also give Department of Homeland Security the authority to use $7 billion in border technology funding to pay for family detention centres, the person said. And it breaks my heart", Bush said on Twitter as she shared her column. "We need borders, we need security, we need safety", Mr. Trump said. And as for the criticism from Laura Bush , Sanders said that while "we share the concern" Bush voiced about children, Sanders pointed blame back at the Bush administration, ...
  • Conway says 'nobody likes' family separation policy

    Conway says 'nobody likes' family separation policy

    People

    Protesters gathered outside as the lawmakers made their way into the facility, only to be greeted by detention officials who seemed to be caught off guard by the visit. The immediate cause of the crisis is Team Trump's decision to start prosecuting illegal border-crossers , rather than simply deporting them. The government pays more than $1 billion a year to care for unaccompanied immigrant children, Sessions has said .
  • Fighting In Yemen Port City Threatens Aid Shipments

    Fighting In Yemen Port City Threatens Aid Shipments

    People

    The closed meeting requested by the United Kingdom comes as residents flee outskirts of city fearing incoming air attacks. Fighting on Thursday appeared to be concentrated around the city's airport, the first strategic target the Arab coalition is trying to seize before battling for control of the vital port facilities.
  • Five killed after US Border Patrol vehicle chase in Texas

    Five killed after US Border Patrol vehicle chase in Texas

    People

    CNN has reached out to local authorities and is waiting to learn details of the crash. A fifth person later died at the hospital. "He was able to get him out of the vehicle and the driver was actually walking", Boyd said. According to News 4 in San Antonio , 12 of the people inside the auto were ejected during the crash and four were pronounced dead at the scene. He said his deputies are often involved in chases pursuing people suspected of smuggling undocumented immigrants and drugs.
  • Manafort jailed over tampering charges

    Manafort jailed over tampering charges

    People

    A U.S. federal judge sent Paul Manafort , President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, to jail on Friday ahead of his trial on money laundering, tax and bank fraud charges . Very unfair! Manafort has not been convicted and has not received a "sentence" as the president claims. "Didn't know Manafort was the head of the Mob", he said.
  • Police say 2 Kansas deputies killed by inmate were parents

    Police say 2 Kansas deputies killed by inmate were parents

    People

    Bailiff said it's very possible the deputies were shot with their own guns. Pictures taken by local media show the white van, its doors wide open, parked in a gated portion of the parking lot and surrounded with yellow evidence markers. Rohrer, 35, had been with the department for seven years. King, 44, served for 13 years. "Praying for Wyandotte County!" the Kansas City Police Department wrote on Facebook following King's passing.
  • US drone strike kills Pakistan Taliban leader

    US drone strike kills Pakistan Taliban leader

    People

    President Ghani telephoned Gen Qamar Friday night - hours after Afghan and American officials formally confirmed the death of the most ferocious chief of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan , the umbrella of terrorist groups responsible for most violence in the country.
  • US, China firms brace for escalating trade war

    US, China firms brace for escalating trade war

    People

    The duties, which will make Chinese goods more expensive for United States customers, were imposed "in light of China's theft of intellectual property and technology and its other unfair trade practices", the White House statement said.
  • Battle for Yemen port city resumes

    Battle for Yemen port city resumes

    People

    An image grab taken from a video handed out by Yemen's Houthi rebels on 27 March 2018 shows what appears to be Houthi military forces launching a ballistic missile on March 25 reportedly from the capital Sanaa. Some 8.4 million people in Yemen face pre-famine conditions, according to the World Health Organization. The charity group, CARE International, reported 30 airstrikes in the space of a half an hour Wednesday morning, while warships off Yemen's coast conducted a naval ...
  • Spain opens ports to refugees shut out by Italy and Malta

    Spain opens ports to refugees shut out by Italy and Malta

    People

    Spain announced Monday that it would allow a ship carrying hundreds of migrants to dock in Valencia after Italy's new populist government turned the boat away in a move described by rescuers as unprecedented. Salvini , who was only recently appointed as Italy's deputy prime minister and interior minister, has taken a hard-line approach against migrants, stating that his country would clamp down on new arrivals.
  • Journalist Shujaat Bukhari killed at Press Enclave

    Journalist Shujaat Bukhari killed at Press Enclave

    People

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met Shujaat's family members in the hospital last night. "The scourge of terror has reared its ugly head on the eve of Eid", Mufti tweeted. The separatists have also condemned his killing terming it barbaric and unpardonable. "Press Club of India has time and again underlined the threat to the lives of journalists working under hard and challenging circumstances and demanded protection for them", it said.
  • The Trump-Kim peace summit has been downgraded to a half-day

    The Trump-Kim peace summit has been downgraded to a half-day

    People

    North Korea is seeking a security guarantee - possibly including a peace treaty formally ending the Korean War - and the removal of the US's nuclear umbrella protecting allies South Korea and Japan. A good starting point would be North Korea's agreement to dismantle some nuclear infrastructure within the next six months and declare full accounting of all nuclear materials within a few months, said Michael Mazarr, associate director of the strategy and doctrine at the RAND Corporation.
  • G7 leaders urge Russian Federation to stop undermining democracies

    G7 leaders urge Russian Federation to stop undermining democracies

    People

    Expelled from the club of rich nations in 2014 after it seized Crimea from Ukraine, Russia has tried to rebrand itself as an Asian power rather than a European one, abandoning visions once eagerly embraced by Putin of a common economic space stretching from Lisbon to Vladivostok.
  • Julie Bishop 'cautiously optimistic' after Trump and Kim summit

    People

    Yesterday's summit was the first time a sitting U.S. president had met face-to-face with a North Korean leader. On the heels of his historic summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un , US President Donald Trump said Tuesday he hopes to negotiate a "real deal" with Iran over its nuclear program after Washington's renewed, "brutal" sanctions kick in.
  • Woman Arrested After Traveling With Children Inside of Pet Kennels

    People

    Temperatures in the area reached about 35 degrees Celsius. Leimome Cheeks was apprehended by police after the children were spotted on Elvis Presley Boulevard, in Memphis , yesterday afternoon, Fox 17 News reports. In an affidavit, Cheeks admitted to placing the children in the pet kennels and transporting them from Whitehaven to Collierville to Downtown Memphis .
  • N.Korea's Top Apparatchiks Converge in Singapore

    N.Korea's Top Apparatchiks Converge in Singapore

    People

    Trump descended from Air Force One into the steamy Singapore night, greeting officials and declaring he felt "very good" before being whisked away to his hotel via a route lined with police and photo-snapping onlookers. The North Korean leader and Singapore's Prime Minister. Trump had called Kim "Little Rocket Man" and threatened to unleash "fire and fury like the world has never seen" on North Korea as it conducted several ballistic missile tests in defiance of global warnings .