ICE calls out Philly, Chester County as uncooperative

23 Mar, 2017

The report was requested by President Trump through an executive order as part of a White House campaign to "better inform the public regarding the public safety threats associated with sanctuary jurisdictions". Keller said the county is on the non-compliant list because detainers are non-binding requests, and you must have a court order to hold inmates pass their release date.

Blizzard Watch issued for shoreline ahead of Tuesday's storm

12 Mar, 2017

Sunday will be cold too, with highs only in the lower 30s statewide. Temperatures are expected to start out in the 30s overnight Friday , and the cold will intensify even after the skies clear on Friday afternoon, meaning the snowfall likely will remain on the ground for the Morristown St.

Lawmakers Hunt The Capitol For An Obamacare Bill Moved Between Secret Locations

04 Mar, 2017

They literally can not find it. It was a rare bipartisan stunt, inspired by the unusual secrecy surrounding the GOP's bill. Sen. Paul said , "I have been told that the House Obamacare bill is under lock & key, in a secure location , & not available for me or the public to view ".

Trump Asks Black Reporter If She's 'Friends' With Black Caucus

17 Feb, 2017

Ryan said that she knows some of the CBC members but that she would not set up the meeting. "Are they friends of yours?" As if already realizing how condescending he had come off, Trump then added that he "would love to meet with the Congressional Black Caucus".

Reston Restaurants Show Their Support of 'Day Without Immigrants'

17 Feb, 2017

There was something of a trial run for the day in Wisconsin on Monday, when some businesses and schools closed . Eater Boston has a list of other bars and restaurants that are closed, or are expressing support . Out of solidarity, he says he'll "try to do our gringo version of Latino food and serve them if they want to come in". Wellesley College's Davis Museum took a different approach to #ADayWithoutImmigrants, staying open but covering works donated to the museum with a black ...

Melania Trump reopens White House for tours

16 Feb, 2017

The latter comes with some trepidation for traditionalists, as there were rumors that Trump would be adding a "glam room", where she could get ready for public appearances, to the storied mansion. Since inauguration day, Melania has spent nearly all of her time hiding inside the "gilded cage" of the family's lavish, $100 million Trump Tower penthouse on Fifth Avenue - where treasured son Barron , 10, has a whole floor to himself.

Toshiba delays earnings and writedown report, fuelling fears of crisis

15 Feb, 2017

Toshiba is rumoured to have approached Korea Electric Power as a potential buyer for its stake in NuGen, according to the Nikkei business paper. The company has been trying to deal with huge cost overruns at its at nuclear plants in Georgia and SC.

Protesters block Devos from from entering public schools

14 Feb, 2017

Following the defection of two Republican senators last week, Alaska's Lisa Murkowski and Maine's Susan Collins, Vice President Mike Pence needed to cast the tie-breaking vote, which was unprecedented in Cabinet nominations. Some of the infuriated replies pointed out that many public schools couldn't afford supplies, causing most teachers to spend their own money to purchase them.

DE prisons on lockdown, smoke reported at facility

02 Feb, 2017

Convicted serial rapist Scott A. Miller had somehow passed through two security checkpoints before using a homemade knife to take hostage a prison counselor, and sexually assaulted her during a seven-hour ordeal. The lockdown at the Level 5 James T. Vaughn Correctional Center (JVTCC) in Smyrna caused all DE prisons to be put on lockdown. The lockdown also covers the Howard Young Correctional Facility in Wilmington, the Baylor Women's Facility in New Castle, and the Sussex Correctional ...

Frontier Adds Three Nonstop Flights From San Diego

02 Feb, 2017

The latest additions are courtesy of Frontier Airlines, who will provide nonstop service to Washington and San Diego this spring. The San Diego International Airport service, which is slated to take off on April 23, will run Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

Universities denounce Trump's Muslim ban, advise affected students not to travel

31 Jan, 2017

The global members of our community enrich our academic, research and clinical missions while serving to actualize VCU's core value of diversity. Our commitment to the values of equality, inclusion, and diversity remains as strong as ever.

Senator Peters Rips DeVos Appointment To Head Education Department

27 Jan, 2017

Before her confirmation hearing began, committee member Joe Lieberman praised DeVos for not being part of what he called the "education establishment". But DeVos' approach to programs for students with disabilities - particularly her comments on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - troubled her.

Police officer smashes his way in to burning vehicle to rescue driver

24 Jan, 2017

It takes Officer Schwering about one minute to break the window and grab Novak. The woman told police she was trying to kick the windows out but wasn't able to break through them. "It was full of smoke and I hear the officer yelling, 'I'm here, I'm going to get you out, it's going to be okay'". "The flames are getting bigger and bigger and the smoke is bellowing in and I'm now I'm starting to lose control because now I'm really freaking out".

Thousands of spilled Skittles turn Wisconsin road red

20 Jan, 2017

The Dodge County Sheriff's Office said that at 8:51 p.m. deputies found pink Skittles strewn across County Road S near Blackbird Road. It had been raining that evening, and eventually the box became wet and broke open. Deputies in Dodge County, Wisconsin said they've cracked a case that began with a sugary surprise. According to the sheriff, the Skittles were meant to be feed for cattle as they did not make the cut for packaging at the company.

Light snow and sleet expected for the midstate this weekend

14 Jan, 2017

Saturday's temps continue to drop, with a high of about 31 in Morris.There's a 50 percent chance of snow and/or a wintry mix beginning about 1 p.m. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. SATURDAY NIGHT: A 30 percent chance of snow and sleet before midnight. If snow falls, it's highly likely that it will be less than a half inch. A storm system will bring widespread valley rain and mountain snow from Saturday into Sunday .

Quad Cities community celebrates Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

10 Jan, 2017

NPLEx allows officers to identify suspicious purchases of safe and effective cold and allergy medicine containing pseudoephedrine, which can be used to make meth, and helps take meth cooks off the street. Change your profile picture on social media to support law enforcement. "On this day, and every day, the New York State Fraternal Order of Police supports and recognizes all those who stand on the front lines and continue to keep our communities safe".

21st century will belong to India: PM tells Pravasi Indians

10 Jan, 2017

India was fast moving on the path of development, he said, and added: "One definition of FDI is Foreign Direct Investment, while the other is "First Develop India". Speaking about Indians living overseas, Modi said, "30 million Indians overseas are valued not just for strength in numbers but for contributions to India and to countries where they live".

SeaWorld Orca That Killed Trainer, Plunged Company Into Controversy Dies

09 Jan, 2017

The Orca was actually involved in the deaths of three people: also killing a man trespassing on SeaWorld Orlando's property, and a trainer at SeaWorld . "My heart goes out to all who have cared for him over the years and the countless individuals who have worked so hard to put an end to orca captivity".

Mother dies after falling out of Colorado ski resort chairlift with children

31 Dec, 2016

The family was visiting from Texas. One of the children was hospitalized in stable condition and the other was flown to a children's hospital in suburban Denver for treatment. The 12-year-old daughter was treated at a local hospital and released. The Grand County Sheriff's Office and Granby Police Department launched an investigation into the incident.

Horry Scale: Jimmy Butler's jumper lifts Bulls past Nets

30 Dec, 2016

Today, "Jimmy Buckets" did just that as he drilled this step-back mid-range jumper to give the Bulls a 101-99 win over the Brooklyn Nets. There is also no set timetable for when the Nets will be in position to win back-to-back games again this season.

Mass. lawmakers pass bill delaying sale of recreational marijuana

29 Dec, 2016

Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, who presided over Wednesday's session, said the bill would not impact any provisions of the new law that went into effect on December 15, including the legalization of possession, use, gifting and home-growing of marijuana.

Boy dies of fall from water slide in the Dells

24 Dec, 2016

A 16-year-old boy is dead after falling from a water slide. Lake Delton police say three young people were in the Mount Olympus Water Park after it was closed Wednesday night. The youths apparently chose to scale the park's 7-foot security fence, and the victim attempted to traverse the "Dragon's Tail" in a plastic snow saucer.

Pennsylvania's population declined between 2015 and '16

21 Dec, 2016

The state's population grew at a faster rate than a year ago, but lags behind national estimates. Missouri saw an increase in population-there are an estimated 17,000 new residents in the state. "As things start to inch up, people are finding good home values in central California, and that's spilling out into other mountain West states", he said, though in most places the growth doesn't yet match pre-recession levels.

Wake Forest leaks discovered by accident before Louisville game

18 Dec, 2016

In his statement on Wednesday, Jurich had seemed to dismiss the seriousness of Louisville receiving information about Wake Forest plays, noting that the plays ended up never being run in the game, and he said that he was disappointed that the issue had brought "undue attention" to Louiville's football staff.

Oswego police stepping up traffic enforcement

16 Dec, 2016

One of the Long Beach police checkpoints will be from 7 3 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 16 and a saturation patrol is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 23. "If you choose to drive impaired, you not only risk your safety and that of others, but you will also face serious legal consequences".

Shameless' Emmy Rossum Settles Salary Dispute, Clearing the Way for Season 8

16 Dec, 2016

In the hit US version of the British comedy drama, William H. Macy and Rossum play father and daughter, and the Oscar-nominated star, 66, recently renegotiated his pay deal with production bosses at Warner Bros., increasing his salary, which was already more than the rest of the cast.

NWS: Chicago could get 8 inches of snow this weekend

11 Dec, 2016

All residents are required to remove their vehicles from the roadway, in order to allow DPW workers to safely plow snow and drop salt. Snow is expected to develop in our area later Saturday afternoon and evening and continue through Sunday .

President Obama marks 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack

09 Dec, 2016

Before delving into his response, Belichick mentioned that documentary filmmaker and former WJAR sports reporter Tim Gray, who once covered the Patriots, has done a great deal of work on World War II. Jackson, was discharged from the U.S. Army as a first lieutenant. Warriors who have all the medals and citations they need return here looking for a much different honor - rekindling a bond with their brothers.

Order could have little effect on pipeline protest camp

29 Nov, 2016

The Corps' letter , according to Archambault, said that those who stay on the land after December 5 may be prosecuted, and that there'll be a free speech zone south of the river. The camp is located on a slice of land at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers, and is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Strong earthquake rattles Central America as hurricane makes landfall

25 Nov, 2016

A magnitude 7.0 quake occurred off El Salvador's Pacific coast Thursday, but the country's civil defense agency said there were no immediate reports of damages or injuries. Hurricane Otto, believed to be the strongest hurricane to make landfall in Central America since 1934, hit outside the town of San Juan de Nicaragua just after noon on Thursday.

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