U.S. Mexico confirms arrest in Border Patrol killing
Author: 0 Mexico confirms arrest in Border Patrol killing

Customs and Border Protection". The " rip crew " stationed themselves in the desert along the U.S. -Mexico border looking for drug dealers to rob. Border Patrol agents conducted records checks which revealed that the man, a 28-year-old Mexican national, was convicted in the State of California for Lewd and Lascivious Acts with a Child for which he was sentenced to 2 years in prison.

U.S. Edmundson's OT winner sends Allen, Blues past Wild 2-1
Author: 0 Edmundson's OT winner sends Allen, Blues past Wild 2-1

Allen was a part of the Blues' struggles mid-season that eventually led to coach Ken Hitchcock's firing. Oh, and by the way, Sobotka never showed up-he was still plying his craft over in Russian Federation. "Obviously, the way (Allen) controlled situations, shots, rebounds, the puck. just an impressive performance". Minnesota has found success killing Blues power plays this season, allowing just one goal on 15 chances.

Author: 0 Activists to use Tax Day to tell Trump: Show us your returns

Schumer continued, "Second, there might be conflicts of interest that should be made clear". It's stretched across both sides of the Capitol and has come from both sides of the aisle. We could learn who is investing in his enterprises-and where. "The President is accountable to the American people". The House Ways and Means Committee has legal authority to obtain confidential tax records.

Author: 0 House race in heavily GOP Kansas surprisingly competitive

The other two districts look safely Republican. Readers of the liberal blog Daily Kos also were jumping into the race, donating more than $200,000 to Thompson in the final days. "People are really eager to make sure we do things like repeal and replace Obamacare and reform the tax code and support free and fair trade", Estes, the Kansas State Treasurer, told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program.

U.S. EPA head tells coal miners 'regulatory assault is over'
Author: 0 EPA head tells coal miners 'regulatory assault is over'

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt visited the Harvey mine in Sycamore, Pa., today, to meet with coal miners and announce the agency's Back-to-Basics agenda . Pruitt has voiced objection to the EPA's Accidental Release Prevention Requirements in the past, writing a letter in 2016 while he was Oklahoma Attorney General to then EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy urging her to rethink course on the rule.

U.S. Poll reveals the most popular senator in America
Author: 0 Poll reveals the most popular senator in America

Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has the highest approval rating in the country - 75 percent - from his constituents. "At a time of massive income and wealth inequality and a shrinking middle class, we need a government which represents all Americans, not just Wall Street, multinational corporations and the top 1 percent", Sanders and Perez said in a joint statement.

Author: 0 President Trump signs legislation allowing states to block some Planned Parenthood money

She said it's still unclear what impact the new federal rule will have for Planned Parenthood. Pro-life members of Arizona's congressional delegation did not respond to requests Thursday for comment on the president's action. As a result, states are unable to block funds from going to organizations simply because they provide abortions. The legislation officially erases the Title X Family Planning Program which provides family planning and other preventative health services to low income ...

Author: 0 White House partially to blame for Syria chemical attack: McCain

The deal was created to prevent possible military incidents between the two great powers, which support opposing sides in the Syrian civil war. The US blames Syria for Tuesday's chemical attack, which left at least 80 people dead and dozens more injured.

U.S. Last of drug-smuggling 'Cocaine Cowboys' arrested in Florida
Author: 0 Last of drug-smuggling 'Cocaine Cowboys' arrested in Florida

He was booked into the Osceola County Jail and will make his first federal court appearance scheduled for Thursday. Augusto Falcon went on the run in 1991, shortly before indictment. She also had fake identification, in the name of Maria Reiss . "We figured all this [Falcon's fake identity] out a month ago". Despite facing decades in prison if they were convicted on the hefty charges they faced, Willy and Magluta were still living an expensive lifestyle that included a Lear jet, their ...

U.S. Lawyer: Dragged passenger 'poster child' for airline abuses
Author: 0 Lawyer: Dragged passenger 'poster child' for airline abuses

The United Airlines passenger dragged from a plane in Chicago in an incident that sparked worldwide outrage and turned into a corporate public relations nightmare suffered a concussion and broken nose and will likely sue, his attorney said yesterday.

Author: 0 What President Trump's coming Obamacare decision could mean

Health insurers are already nervous about that possibility. "Obamacare is dead next month if it doesn't get that money", Trump told the Wall Street Journal . "That's part of the reason that I may go the other way" on making the insurer payments, he said. The president has even worked behind the scenes to send this message.

Author: 0 Trump says health care before tax reform

During an exclusive interview on FOX Business , President Donald Trump said he wants to tackle health care before tax reform. The hard-line conservative caucus was one of the groups primarily responsible for sinking the Republicans' first attempt to repeal the ACA, the American Health Care Act.

Author: 0 DHS Revises Policy of Separating Families

A DHS official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the agency has changed course in part because of the sharp decline in women attempting to travel to the United States with their children. What the "wall" will look like - including how tall and thick it will be - is yet to be determined, Kelly said. Democrats oppose it and some Republicans are also skeptical, suspecting that American taxpayers would foot the bill.

Author: 0 Turkey has radar info showing Syrian regime is behind chemical attack

Russian Federation has consistently denied that Syrian forces used chemical weapons, insisting the incident at Khan Sheikhoun was caused by a hit on a rebel chemical weapons plant, a claim dismissed by the West. Russian president Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that Moscow would demand a United Nations investigation of the use of chemical weapons in Syria as it expected new provocations with toxic agents in the war-torn Middle East country.

U.S. Squirrel served daily ice cream mini-cones at North Carolina shop
Author: 0 Squirrel served daily ice cream mini-cones at North Carolina shop

No matter the weather, a squirrel at Holden Beach in Brunswick County has to have her ice cream. North Carolina ice cream shop owners Scott and Pam Martin have adopted a squirrel as a mascot who seems to love vanilla ice cream enough to show up almost every day for her serving.

U.S. North Carolina bill looks to ban gay marriage
Author: 0 North Carolina bill looks to ban gay marriage

According to House Bill 780 , the "Uphold Historical Marriage Act " the Supreme Court " overstepped its constitutional bounds " in its 2015 ruling in Obergefell v. But that ruling, say authors of the bill, "exceeds the authority of the court relative to the decree of Almighty God" laid out in the cited passage from Genesis.

U.S. 'Charging Bull' sculptor accuses NYC of violating his rights
Author: 0 'Charging Bull' sculptor accuses NYC of violating his rights

The artist said he would hold a news conference on Wednesday with his attorney Norman Siegel to explain how he plans to challenge city officials who extended the bronze's girl permit. "The bull is handsome, it's a stunning piece of art", Visbal told the New York Post . The 50-inch (127-cm) girl stands fists on hips on a cobble stone plaza, eye-balling the 11-foot (3.4-meter) bull that has occupied the space in Manhattan's financial district for almost three decades.

U.S. Exactly How Did Ben Carson Get Stuck in an Elevator?
Author: 0 Exactly How Did Ben Carson Get Stuck in an Elevator?

But here's the catch: The building was co-developed by former National Basketball Association player, Alonzo Mourning's, non-profit group. Reporters at the scene tweeted video showing firefighters trying to free Carson and his wife from the elevator at Courtside Family Apartments.